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This training is part of the NGYC 300 hour track and will benefit you in teaching seniors and those with illnesses or injury. We will meet 4-7:30pm on Friday, Saturday 9-6 and Sunday 9-5.

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Yin Yoga Teacher Training – May 3 – 5
Friday night – 4:00 – 7:30pm
Saturday – 9am – 5pm
Sunday – 9am – 4pm
 
This weekend will deepen your understanding of Yin Yoga. Open to all students (no RYT Certificate required). For teachers, it will equip you with specific methods for teaching. 15.5 Yoga Alliance credit hour certificate given upon completion. Early Bird Discount – $275, after April 19 – $300
 
The weekend intensive will include a blend of lecture, discussion and practices with live music including:
  • A historical perspective of Yin Yoga
  • Yoga anatomy from a Yin perspective
  • Benefits of Yin Yoga
  • The Basic 26 postures 
  • Meridian Theory and the use of Yin Yoga for targeted results
  • Yin vs Restorative Yoga
  • Yin Yoga for Athletes
  • Teaching guidelines and how to design a practice
  • Over a dozen Yin yoga sequences are provided as well as class theme suggestions
  • Upon completion each student has the tools, practices and resources to lead yin yoga classes
Recommended pre-reading: The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga by Bernie Clark OR Insight Yoga by Sarah Powers
 
About Dennis and Kathy:
Dennis and Kathy Lang are both E-RYT 500/YACEP instructors of yoga, meditation and mindfulness with over 14 years of experience. As etherial musicians, they integrate sound and vibration into their teaching with Spanish guitar, fusion sitar, crystal bowls, gong, Native American flute and chimes. Students of the married couple expound “Practicing yoga with them is a magical blend of mindfulness, placid vibrational sound and live acoustic music created to accompany their warm and down to earth teaching style. They pay attention to all aspects and dimensions of what yoga is really about.” Annually, Dennis and Kathy lead 40+ workshops and teacher trainings in the US plus retreats overseas. Their foundations are in Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga but are also trained in Kundalini, Chakra Theory and Energetic Anatomy. Lovers of adventure and other cultures, they have traveled to over 36 countries and their lifelong mantra is “finding fun and making memories”. 

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When: Nov. 2-4 2018

Where: NGYC

Member Cost: $325

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The science and practice of yoga is framed in Sanskrit words and verses. A basic understanding of the Sanskrit language is important for any student or teacher of yoga. Many asana (posture) names have interesting, deeper meanings and stories behind them. Yoga philosophy, specifically the Yoga Sutras, contains many terms that have no accurate English equivalents. Learning these key terms in depth broadens our understanding of yoga and how it describes human consciousness

Join Nicolai Bachman(via WebEx) and Mindy Searcey

When: July 14th and July 15th

Where: NGYC   Cost $325

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Nicolai has been teaching Sanskrit, chanting, yoga philosophy, Ayurveda, and other related topics since 1994. He has a knack for synthesizing and organizing complex topics into simple and understandable presentations. His education combines informal, traditional study with the academic rigor of university classes. Nicolai studied extensively at the American Sanskrit Institute, the Ayurvedic Institute, the American Institute of Vedic Studies and the Vedic Chant Center. He holds an M.A. in Eastern Philosophy, an M.S. in Nutrition, and is eRYT500 certified. His ongoing studies continue to broaden his repertoire and inform all future classes. Nicolai has authored several Sanskrit book/CD learning tools including 108 Sanskrit Flash Cards, The Language of Yoga (Sounds True 2005), The Language of Ayurveda, and The Yoga Sutras: An Essential Guide to the Heart of Yoga Philosophy (Sounds True 2010). He also wrote an easy-to-read paperback on yoga philosophy called Path of the Yoga Sutras (Sounds True 2011).  
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This is a great workshop for anyone that wants to deepen their practice or for Yoga Teachers that need CEU’s.

For questions or to book: info@ngyoga.com or call 706.482.0090 

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 For questions or to book: info@ngyoga.com or call 706.482.0090