Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Want to deepen your mind-body connection? This program will deepen your knowledge of Yin yoga. We will give you the tools you can use to reduce stress and anxiety and improve joint mobility. You will leave with all the skills necessary to lead an effective and informed Yin yoga class for different body types and with different props.
This course is for experienced students looking to deepen their practice and yoga teachers wanting to diversify their offerings.
- Learn Yin Yoga’s background and lineage
- Explore Yin postures – their benefits, cautions, and modifications
- Learn sequencing for both teaching a Yin class or as a home practice
- Learn how to teach and practice both with and without props
- Review anatomy, the fascia system, and energetic meridians
- Learn and practice using effective languaging skills to guide a well-rounded Yin Yoga class
What can this Training do for you?
This program will give you the tools you can use to reduce stress and anxiety and improve joint mobility. You will leave with all the skills necessary to lead an effective and informed Yin yoga class for different body types and with different props.
What We Offer
Our faculty specializes in yin, fascia release and other healing modalities. They have taken many hours of training in these areas. They keep up-to-date with industry standards, and honour that everyone’s body uniquely different.
We keep up-to-date with industry standards, and we honour that your progression is uniquely yours. We strive to create a place of safety and an environment where you receive all the tools needed to support your students.
Rachel originally came to yoga for the physical practice but found herself drawn to the slower, more therapeutic practices. Shortly after finishing her 200-hour Hatha Yoga training in 2013 at Chrysalis Yoga, she completed a Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Andrea Peloso. The continual student, she took a day-long Yin Yoga workshop with Marla Ericksen at the Toronto Yoga Conference where she fell in love with the practice. Rachel has a science background with a B.Sc in Biochemistry where she learned how the body works on the molecular level. When she heard about Ayurveda, the sister science to yoga, she became intrigued and this interest led her to some workshops and eventually a Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Kathryn Flynn. Rachel fully believes in the internal benefits of yoga and decided to continue with more in-depth yoga training. She is currently working towards her 500-hour certification under Tiffany Cruikshank having taken the Myofascial Release and the Yin and Meditation trainings. Rachel is a registered instructor through the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT200 and YACEP.
Michelle grew up surrounded by deep spiritual roots, teachings and practices that exuded a mindful and contemplative lifestyle. Her fast-faced corporate career kicked off the quest to find the grounding and mindful disciplines that yoga and meditation offer. She completed her 200-hour Hatha Yoga training in 2013 at Sheridan College and has completed an additional 300 hours of training from the Kripalu lineage. These intensive studies focused on Meditation, Pranayama, Kripalu Vinyasa, Nadis & Granthis. The principles of Sukha (comfort) and Sthira (effort) are the root influence in Michelle’s teaching style and there are often reminders to students to connect to a mindful practice. She’s inspired by how small shifts make big changes and how slowing down offers a different perspective on almost everything. Some other studies she has completed include Yin Yoga (PranaShanti; Jashoda Edmunds, Brahmani Liebman), Restorative Yoga (Cyndi Lee), Thai Yoga Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, and Chinese Medicine. She is also a certified Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra® instructor, Meditation Teacher, and Usui Reiki Master. She looks forward to being a part of your yoga journey! Michelle is a registered instructor through the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT200, RYT500, and YACEP.
Saturdays @ 10:00am – 6:30pm
Sundays @ 10:00am – 6:30pm
October 24 – 25, 2020
November 21 – 22, 2020
- Receive a manual that outlines Yin postures in groupings, i.e. reclined, seated, prone as well as suggested hold times and placement in a practice
- Complete an assignment to reinforce learnings and to deepen personal experience
- Participate in sharings and group discussions
- Have opportunities to practice teach
- Receive a certificate upon completion and 35 Continuing Education Credits for the Yoga Alliance (30 contact / 5 non-contact)
$625 + HST
* Receive a 10% discount for Chrysalis Yoga members and 200-Hour YTT graduates of Chrysalis Yoga.
** You can write this off as a professional development expense for your business (please speak with your accountant).
*** Apply this training towards your continuing educational credit with Yoga Alliance.
A non-refundable deposit of $175 + HST is due at the time of enrolment into the program (this is included in the price of the teacher training listed above).
Pay the deposit, listed above. Balance can be paid in full by October 24, 2020, or in 2 equal instalments of $225 + HST payable on October 24th and November 22, 2020.
Terms & Conditions
Price does not include HST. If you cancel before the teacher training begins a full refund will be given, minus the non-refundable deposit of $175. If you cancel after the teacher training starts, you’ll be refunded the prorated amount (YTT tuition spread over the number of days) minus the deposit. If you wish not to receive a refund and continue the teacher training at a future date, you’re welcome to apply the amount paid towards a future training (as credit) – an additional $100+HST administration fee is required.
In-Person: Call or come into the studio to process payment. You’ll automatically be signed into the teacher training. NO APPLICATION FORM IS REQUIRED FOR ACCEPTANCE INTO THE PROGRAM.