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Yin & Meridians 25hr TTC

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Different ancient traditions have talked about an energy system within the body since the earliest of times. Indian Yogis called it Prana, while Chinese Daoists called it Qi or Chi. Chi is usually translated as ‘vital life force’ or ‘life energy’, this energy is the force present in all life and which binds together all things in the universe.

Just as Prana moves through energy channels called Nadis in the Indian Yogi tradition, in the Chinese tradition this Qi or Chi moves through a network of energy pathways called ‘Jing-luo’ that interconnects and encapsulates all tissues and cells. Jing, meaning ‘to go through’ and Luo meaning ‘that which connects’. The word is translated as ‘channels’ and commonly known as ‘Meridians’.

The Daoist tradition, upon which Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is based, distinguishes 12 main meridians, 8 minor meridians and many collateral ones. TCM acupuncture points can be mapped out on this meridian system.

While in yoga the chakras are considered as the main energetic points, the Daoist model considers our internal organs as being the main focus points of energy storage and distribution. 

Most major meridians are named after the internal organs they influence and are connected with: an organ’s Qi moves through that organ’s meridian. 

In this course you will learn the energetic aspects of Yin Yoga. You will gain knowledge about the Chinese meridian system and its effect on us and how we access this during the yin yoga classes. You will learn about your own body (all knowledge starts with yourself) as well as how you can see different body types in your yin yoga class and how to guide your students based on their conditions to get a nice yin yoga session with the benefits we are looking for in yin yoga.

PRICE:

Early bird expires one month before course start date: €260

Late Bird €350
Payment plans available, please contact us to discuss

* €120 deposit due by end of EB to secure price.

Payment to be completed two weeks before course starts.


Tuition and materials included


Upon completion of hours, students will receive a 25 - hour THoY Certificate

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Yin & Ayurveda 25hr Online TTC

Date: 12th, 19th, 26th April & 3rd May 2024
Tid: 5 - 9pm


(including a 1 hour follow up session)

Included in the course

    Course material in the form of a manual that you download yourself in pdf format


    Slide show presentation that you yourself download as a pdf after the course

 

Access to recorded content for one month


    Diploma after submitted home assignments

Yin Yoga & Chakras 25hr TTC
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Chakra means wheel in Sanskrit and circle of light in Hindi. The chakras are like spinning wheels that each control various energetic functions in our bodies. In this course you will gain a deeper understanding of how through yin yoga we can help to balance the chakras to create better health.

Simply explained, the chakras are energy centers in the body and they act as gateways between the inner and outer worlds. They hold body, mind and soul together and also regulate, supply and store our life force (prana) in the body. According to yogic philosophy, there are 72,000 nadis (energy channels) in the body, and we mainly talk about three of them; sushuma, ida and pingala. Where the ida nadi and pingala nadi cross each other around the sushumna nadi (from the sacrum along the spine) an energy center arises, a so-called chakra.

There are seven main chakras that follow the spine and are connected to the sushumna nadi. Five of them are located in the spine. The lowest one in the pelvis and the last one at the crown just above the head

In Sanskrit, the seven different chakras are called: Muladhara, Svadishthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddhi, Ajna and Sahasrara chakra.

The different chakras represent different functions in our bodies, minds and also different levels of consciousness. They are also correlated to the different glands in the body.

Through guidance into each chakra, we can get in touch with what the different chakras stand for, start to open and see what we need to balance in ourselves and in life.

In this course you will get an insight into the chakras' meaning and signs of their balances or imbalances, as well as how you can create different yin yoga sessions with a focus on the chakras and also several ready-made sessions for you to use.

Yin Yoga & Ayurveda 25hr TTC
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Ayurveda is an ancient holistic health system originating in India. The word Ayurveda is Sanskrit and means "pure knowledge of life". The wisdom of Ayurveda guides us towards living a more balanced and healthy life. It focuses primarily on lifestyle, food and yoga, and is uniquely adapted to each individual.

Ayurveda sees man as a microcosom of the macrocosom expressed through the five elements in nature; space, air, fire, water and earth.  These elements are represented in the human body as three doshas; Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The doshas govern all physiological and psychological processes whitin us. Acheiving a balance between the three doshas brings natural optimal health.

Everything that exists, according to both yogic philosophy and Ayurveda, has an energy or life force known as prana. Our physical and mental health is governed by the flow of prana and when prana is out of balance we can experience both physically and mentally symptoms. Together, yoga and Ayurveda supports the balancing of prana.

 

The knowledge of Ayurveda encourages us to balance our health according to different stages of life, seasons, the environment we live and work in. All these factors have a great impact on our health and from Ayureda we learn to adapt our lifestyle so that we can continue to live in harmony with our body, soul and mind and thus live in optimal health to our fullest potential.

 

Together we will look at how we are all shaped by the influence of the different elements in our bodies and minds. We will also explore the common denominator of yoga and Ayurveda, prana, and how it expresses itself in the body through the vajus (winds).

In this course you will receive tips and advice on how you can use this knowledge and weave it into your yin yoga classes. In this way, you will get new inspiration on how to set up yin yoga sessions and to guide yin yoga sessions with a theme both on Ayurveda and also the 5 elements.

PRICE:

Early bird expires one month before course start date: €260

Late Bird €350
Payment plans available, please contact us to discuss

* €120 deposit due by end of EB to secure price.

Payment to be completed two weeks before course starts.


Tuition and materials included


Upon completion of hours, students will receive a 25 - hour THoY Certificate

SCHEDULE:
 

Yin & Chakras 25hr Online TTC

Date: 15th, 22nd, 29th May & 5th June

Tid: 5 - 9pm


(including a 1 hour follow up session)

Included in the course

    Course material in the form of a manual that you download yourself in pdf format

Slide show presentation that you yourself download as a pdf after the course

 

Access to recorded content for one month


    Diploma after submitted home assignments

PRICE:

Early bird expires one month before course start date: €260

Late Bird €350
Payment plans available, please contact us to discuss

* €120 deposit due by end of EB to secure price.

Payment to be completed two weeks before course starts.


Tuition and materials included


Upon completion of hours, students will receive a 25 - hour THoY Certificate

SCHEDULE:
 

Yin & Ayurveda 25hr Online TTC

Date: 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th September
Tid: 5 - 9pm


(including a 1 hour follow up session)

Included in the course

    Course material in the form of a manual that you download yourself in pdf format

 

Slide show presentation that you yourself download as a pdf after the course

 

Access to recorded content for one month


    Diploma after submitted home assignments

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