Yin Yoga Immersion and Teacher Training With Christy Brown
This 40-hour course is intended for those who wish to teach Yin Yoga, as well as for anyone who wishes to be immersed in the profound benefits of this meditative, therapeutic and philosophically-rich practice.
Combining Indian Yogic, Chinese Taoist, and Indian/Tibetan Buddhist philosophical lineages, Yin Yoga encompasses a vast, holistic approach to health and well-being of body, mind, and spirit.
• Modern & ancient roots of Yin Yoga
• Yin Yoga practice & sequencing
• Meditation & Pranayama
• Anatomy (including Paul Grilley’s Anatomy DVD series)
• Yogic, Taoist & Buddhist philosophy
• Meridian & Chakra theories from ancient Chinese medicine
• Nadis, Chakras, and Koshas of the Ayurvedic Indian system
• Therapeutic applications
• Injuries & Special Needs modifications
• Teaching practice
• The Business of Yin Yoga
“I have complete confidence in Christy’s sensitive and skillful ability to teach teachers the nourishing practice of Yin Yoga.” –Sarah Powers, internationally-renowned yoga teacher and author of Insight Yoga
Oct 1-4 & Oct 29 – Nov 1
Monday–Thursday | 10 am-3 pm
Yoga Tree Teacher Training Center, 175 De Haro St., San Francisco
$750 | $675 until Sept 1**
*ENROLLMENT NOTE: To place a deposit to reserve your registration, please call Yoga Tree Potrero at (415) 655-3936.
Christy Brown, E-RYT 500 has taught yoga since 2000. She has studied in India with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (Ashtanga yoga) and S.N. Goenka (Vipassana meditation) and in the U.S. with Sarah Powers, Paul Grilley, T.K.V. Desikachar, and H.H. the Dalai Lama. Emphasizing mindfulness, breath, and alignment; cultivating one’s highest well-being for the benefit of the Earth and all beings; and drawing on Buddhism, Taoism, and other wisdom traditions, Christy weaves a creatively flowing, invigorating yet calming, centering yet expanding exploration of Self through asana. Christy also has a background in cultural and language studies with U.C. Santa Barbara and Harvard University and spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Bolivia working with indigenous basket weavers.
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