Tools and maps for your yin yoga journey.

A simple practice for every body.

Medicine for the modern world.

Slow down. Tune in. Let go. Wake up.

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EVENT POSTERS

Please contact studios directly for bookings.

For teacher training enquiries please email hello@yinculture.com

More information below.

Teacher Training - Gili Meno - November 2018

Teacher Training - Gili Meno - November 2018

Cacao & Kirtan at Flowers & Fire Gili Air - November 2018. From left to right, Aleks Nikolic, Jenny Ruiseil, Aimee Glucina-Stevens & Nik Robson.

Cacao & Kirtan at Flowers & Fire Gili Air - November 2018. From left to right, Aleks Nikolic, Jenny Ruiseil, Aimee Glucina-Stevens & Nik Robson.

Yin Brothers. From left to right. Aaron Petty, Stelios Mousaferiadis, Nik Robson, Simon Lee, Kalem Moore & Gus Wood in the Organic Mechanic top.

Yin Brothers. From left to right. Aaron Petty, Stelios Mousaferiadis, Nik Robson, Simon Lee, Kalem Moore & Gus Wood in the Organic Mechanic top.

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9 Day 70 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training


Led by Nik Robson
Supported by Aimee Glucina-Stevens, Aleks Nikolic, & Simon Lee
Ohui Retreat, Coromandel, New Zealand
18th - 26th March 2019

Tools and maps for your yin yoga journey.
Medicine for the modern world.
A simple practice for every body.
Slow down, tune in, let go, wake up.

Deepen your own practice and learn the tools to share it.

Deposit - $250USD
Early Bird - $1000USD (available until 12th February)
Full Price - $1200USD

Accomodation and Food provided onsite at additional cost.

Total amount to be paid before 8th March.

Sample daily schedule:

6:30am - Practice/Pose Breakdown Workshop

8:30am - Breakfast

10:00am - Lecture / Discussion

12:30am - Lunch / Beach / Reading / Rest

2pm - Lecture / Teaching Practice

4pm - Yin practice

7:30pm - Dinner

Exceptions - Opening day, closing day, day of noble silence, day of the 6 Hour Yin Journey.

For all questions and application inquiries please email hello@nikrobson.yoga

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Content:

• Taoist Philosophy – Understand the universal principals of Taoist Yin/Yang philosophy and learn how it relates to our practice, our lives, the earth and the universe.

• Yin Practice – An introduction to the history and lineage of Yin yoga. The foundational principals of a simple practice for every body using the four stages of a yin pose.

• Yin Teaching – The art of creating and holding space for Yin Yoga. How to use clear communication to guide students safely and methods for creating themes to share your unique message.

• Tantra Yoga Philosophy and Yantra Yoga - Explore the world view of Samkhya Philosophy and the science of Yantra Yoga and how it relates to our dharma (purpose).

• Inner landscapes – Yogic maps of the energetic centers (chakras), rivers (nadis) and winds (vayus) and how we can explore them using body, breath and mind through the practice of Yin Yoga.

• Anatomy Trains – The science of fascia using maps of the myofasical meridians lines focusing on how we can release and reshape the body through the practice of Yin Yoga.

• Mind – Maps of the Mind. Yin yoga as a container for meditation focusing on mindfulness/insight meditation and tantric meditation on energy.

• Breath – Exploring the breath as a way of enhancing and complimenting the practice of Yin Yoga to cultivate energy and reach deeper meditative states.

• Yin Culture – The balance of Yin/Yang in the context of our modern culture and how we can use our practice to create harmony and balance as individuals and a collective.

Methods:

A variety of methods will be used to create a transformational journey and an educational experience.

• Lectures on philosophy, anatomy, teaching, mind, breath and energetics.

• Daily masterclass practices of signature sequences.

• Pose breakdown workshops of the key Yin Yoga shapes.

• Discussion time for questions and sharing of experience.

• Day of silence to slow down and tune in.

• 6 Hour Yin Journey cocreated by students of the course.

• Opening and closing circle.

• Free time for rest, reading and the beach.

• Connection to nature

 

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Om NAMAH SHIVAYA

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