Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Anatomy and Theory - Zurich, Switzerland
From Sunday, June 13, 2010
To Saturday, June 26, 2010
This 100 hour module is the most complete anatomical foundaton of yin yoga.

To analyze why a student can or cannot do a yoga posture a teacher must learn to look past the surface of the body and see it as a moving skeleton. More specifically a teacher needs practice in analyzing the body as fourteen skeletal segments and seven muscular segments. All yoga poses are combinations of these segments.

This training emphasizes touching, moving and analyzing ourselves and our classmates. This is the only way we can master these ideas. Day by day, hour after hour, by repeatedly applying these basic principles all the bewildering variety of yoga poses becomes a transparent, almost simple combination of basic movements. Once a teacher masters Fourteen Segment Analysis the use of props and variations becomes obvious. These principles apply to all yoga poses of all styles, even the ones not invented yet.

Location Planet Yoga

Zurich, Switzerland

Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Anatomy and Theory - Zurich, Switzerland

From Sunday, June 13, 2010
To Saturday, June 26, 2010
This 100 hour module is the most complete anatomical foundaton of yin yoga.

To analyze why a student can or cannot do a yoga posture a teacher must learn to look past the surface of the body and see it as a moving skeleton. More specifically a teacher needs practice in analyzing the body as fourteen skeletal segments and seven muscular segments. All yoga poses are combinations of these segments.

This training emphasizes touching, moving and analyzing ourselves and our classmates. This is the only way we can master these ideas. Day by day, hour after hour, by repeatedly applying these basic principles all the bewildering variety of yoga poses becomes a transparent, almost simple combination of basic movements. Once a teacher masters Fourteen Segment Analysis the use of props and variations becomes obvious. These principles apply to all yoga poses of all styles, even the ones not invented yet.

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