"It is our hope to bring people into the inner depth of self-awareness and spiritual growth through the practice of Yin Yoga"
In this Yin Yoga training, Sarasvati and Matthew will present a brief but in-depth look at several key aspects of the yoga practice. They will present a classical approach to yogic development and include the most exciting aspects of how modern scientific research is "finally" demonstrating the changes that have been happening for Yogi's since the dawn of written history. The specific topics that will be covered are Anatomy, Meditation, Science of Sleep, Chakra theory, History of Yoga, Neuroscience, and Muscle-skeletal-fascial anatomy. This training will cover 100 hours of content over the course of 10 weeks.
After 17 years of teaching yoga, I am overjoyed to announce that Matthew Schulman & I will be holding our 2nd teacher training this fall.
Yin Yoga. Science of Sleep. Social Justice and the journey of the Seeker. Kung-Fu. Anatomy. Physiology. Qigong. Tai Ci. Neuropsychology. Neuroendocrinology. And SO much more.
Master bodyworker and energy worker with 16 years of training in private apprenticeships and 11 years of full-time experience. He combines knowledge from his training in Kung Fu and Chinese Medical Theory, Anatomy & Physiology, Therapeutic Massage, and Meditation to address all of a persons needs in the healing process. Along with his training and experience, Matthew has taught massage at the Ashland Institute of Massage since 2007 and has instructed 100's of students in Kinesiology, Therapeutic Massage, Chinese Medical Theory, Chi Gong, A&P/Pathology.
WHEN & WHERE
We will meet every Saturday and Sunday beginning September 11th, 2021to November 14th, 2021
Saturdays & Sundays
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Space is limited and this will sell out.
Secure your spot with a $300 deposit.
Information on final payment will be provided after you sign up. Payment plans are available. Full payment must be received by the conclusion of the training.
All sales are final. No refunds or transfers or credits. Deposits are non refundable.