100 hour Yin Yoga TTC
Shree Hari Yoga is now offering a unique 100hr Yin Yoga TTC in India. Yin yoga is a practice that has its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Daoist yoga and western anatomy. Long, static holds in postures help to put healthy load on the joints, increasing their range of motion while accessing deep layers of connective tissue and fascia in the body.
Yin yoga promotes slowness and self enquiry, and helps you to understand the power of being totally present in your body. It is the perfect antidote for our modern, stressful lives, and the gentle nature of the practice means that it is truly accessible to all.
In this 100hr teacher training opportunity you’ll be introduced to the philosophical concepts that underpin the yin yoga practice, as well as studying the traditional yin asanas and learning how to structure and guide a practice yourself.
100 Hours Yin Yoga Teacher Training Courses 2019
100 Hours Yin Yoga Teacher Training Courses 2020
Accommodation and Food
Our priority is to provide you with comfortable, safe and clean accommodation that is located close to the yoga shala. Rooms are either shared between two people, or private, depending on your preference. Our simple, cosy rooms are the perfect respite for rest and relaxation. Step out of your door straight into nature, and fall asleep with the sound of the ocean, or trees blowing in the breeze. Warm, salty breeze from the ocean or the fresh air with its mountain energy will fill your soul with happiness and calm.
We provide 3 healthy, energy-boosting meals per day, from Monday to Saturday. Sunday is a holiday for staff and students and we encourage you to try some of the delicious food on offer in the surrounding area. Our kitchen staff pride themselves on their local, fresh, seasonally-appropriate ingredients. We aim to give you all the energy you need for this intensive time. Let us nourish your soul and fill your body with prana-supporting meals!
Classes run from 06:30 am to about 17:30 pm daily. Your time will be spent between asana, theoretical and practical classes. Please note that the schedule below is an example and is subject to change.
|06:30am – 07:30am||Meditation/Pranayama|
|07:30am – 09:00am||Yin Yoga|
|09:00am – 10:00am||Breakfast|
|10:00am – 12:00pm||Theory (philosophy/anatomy)|
|12:00pm – 14:00pm||Lunch|
|14:00pm – 16:00pm||Art of Teaching|
|16:00pm – 17:30pm||Yin Yoga|
|19:00pm – 20:00pm||Dinner|
Saturday you will have only half day classes and Sundays are your days off. Use this time to relax, study and enjoy your surroundings.
- Daily pranayama/meditation practice
- 2 asana classes per day (yin and gentle hatha)
- Introduction to yin and the history of yin yoga
- Yin from a Daoist, Yogic and Western point of view
- Western anatomy including joints, connective tissues, fascia and myofascia, and it’s relevance to the yin yoga practice
- Eastern anatomy from both a Traditional Chinese Medicine view (meridians) and an Indian view (the chakra system)
- Daily teaching practice and discussions on sequencing and assists
- In depth study of the 24 yin asanas, plus extras
- Optional extra activities include: yoga nidra, partner relaxation workshop, alternative meditations
Check-in & Check-out
Please feel free to check-in any time from 10am. The day is dedicated for you to settle in. We will hold an introduction and orientation opening ceremony for your information, followed by a welcome dinner from 5:30pm onwards.
On the last day, we will hold a closing ceremony before your departure, where you will get your certificates. You have time to prepare everything to leave on this day. We welcome any feedback at the end. Check-out time is 1pm, but you may join activities throughout the day as desired. We will hold your belongings safely.
Who can join?
This program is open to anyone with a genuine interest and desire to learn more about this fascinating branch of yoga. Because of the gentle nature of the practice, you don’t need any prior yoga experience. It may be helpful if you have already completed another teacher training, but it is by no means a requirement.
Karma Yoga (selfless service)
In the weekdays you will be engaged in voluntary karma yoga. This will be a short time either before or after classes. Karma Yoga, the Yoga of selfless action, will help you to learn and practice yoga holistically.