Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Nov. 12-17, 2021
Yin Yoga is a highly therapeutic, meditative style that requires a skilled approach to sequencing, queing and theming. To teach it well one has to know the philosophical theory that was it’s genesis and the anatomical and physiological protocol that makes it such a healing practice. So often we teachers regurgitate the rhetoric of our teachers but Yin is more than theory. In Yin Yoga Teacher Training you will learn the science of Yin Yoga and you will learn how to apply your new understanding to not just Yin classes but all of your formats.
This training will be held in Omaha, NE at Sound Method Yoga. Sound Method is a beautiful studio in Northwest Omaha, near a plethora of hotels, VRBOs and restaurants. The studio boasts two lovely practice spaces. For your convenience there is a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, hot plate, dishes and cutlery. A large table provides ample space for everyone to converse over lunch. Sound Method has a dedicated parking lot and is located near a lovely trail for breaktime strolls. If you are traveling from out of town, we are happy to provide assistance in finding the best place to lodge.
Yin Yoga is unique in it’s employment of intentional duration. Learn how to exploit this practice not just for greater flexibility, but healing. Gain the knowledge you need to make decisions about how and when duration is most advantageous. Transform your teaching into a purposeful expression of science and tradition. Rather than learning stock sequences, you will amass the tools you need to build customized sequences inspired by a theme, anatomical focus or energetic focus.
Register Now for 40 Hour Yin Teacher Training
TUITION AND INCLUSIONS
For Yin Yoga Teacher Training
This training is chock full of information, application and peer feedback. You’ll listen to lectures, participate in discussions, apply, practice and ponder. The full price for Yintensive® 40 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training is $550.
- 40 CEU’s for Yoga Alliance
- Training in alignment, cueing, theming, sequencing and assisting
- Feedback on practice teaching from the instructor
- One hour meeting with Mandy to discuss your teaching and followup questions.
- Online compendium of Yin Poses and Common assists
- Option of in studio or virtual attendance
Mandy Ryle, ERYT500, YACEP, CPT
Mandy has been training extraordinary Yoga teachers since 2012. She is the developer of Yintensive® Yin Yoga Teacher Training method in addition to 200 hour teacher trainings and continuing education for Yoga teachers. Mandy is the owner and founder of Sound Method Yoga but teaches globally. She is a lover of science and movement and marries the two for impactful classes and continuing education. In addition to special education in bio mechanics and pain science, Mandy has a voracious appetite for information and research in fields that are related, though indirectly, to Yoga such as neuroscience, mindfulness, tissue mechanics, interoception, pain science, somatics and polyvagal theory. When Mandy isn’t teaching or training, she is studying. She brings this passion for information into the training room as a well organized, cohesive strategy for helping students and clients to meet goals and improve wellness. Mandy is also the host of The Yin Yoga Podcast
“I would definitely recommend this training and any of Mandy’s trainings to others. Mandy is one of the most knowledgeable and well-spoken yogis I have ever met. This training was packed with information, well organized and structured, and left me wanting more. I probably got as much or more out of this 5 days than my 200 hr YTT. This class reinvigorated my desire to learn about and teach yoga.”
“Mandy is a wealth of knowledge and she is able to articulate her message clearly and with passion. She is a great example of true dedication to her purpose and it’s amazing to learn from her. I look forward to the next opportunity.”
“This course really challenged some of my teachings and understandings of fitness and yoga. While it was uncomfortable at first, I grew in the short time we were together to embrace it, make space for it. I tend to avoid conflict in all aspects of my life…sitting in discomfort and digesting. Hummmm sounds like Yin? I was most attracted to the science behind the practice…and the training did not disappoint. Knowledge, resources, science, resources…loved it all! It was amazingly overwhelming and I’m super excited to continue experiencing Yin both as a practitioner and teacher.”