You will learn

Yin yoga combines the Yin Yang philosophy from China and classic Hatha yoga postures from India. It has multiple layers which benefit both the physical and energetic body. While both layers serve the body and mind, the ultimate goal of yin yoga is to facilitate a steady meditation practice.

Our Yin Yoga & Chinese Meridians Teacher Training is grounded in a model of holistic learning. Through holistic learning methods, our training will elevate your practice by bringing you pure knowledge from the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Yoga System. Our program gives you the fundamentals of how the Chinese Meridians align with the classical Hatha yoga and Yin yoga postures. During the training, you will expand your existing belief systems and challenge your limits- to grow into an inspirational person with confidence and skills. From our training, you will experience blissful contentment while attaining physical vitality.

  • Daily Yin yoga

  • Qi Gong practices

  • Guided meditation & pranayama

  • Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • The Five Elements

  • The Three Treasures

  • 12 Regular Chinese Meridians

  • Yin Yang organs and associated emotions & healing sounds

  • Chinese Meridians Clock

  • Yin Yoga practice theory & application

  • Anatomy: Myofascial meridians, skeletal differences, compression versus tension

  • Vipassana, Anapanasati, Microcosmic Orbit meditation

  • Yoga & Buddhism Philosophy

  • Eight Limbs Path, Four Noble Truths, Bodhichitta

  • Deep relaxation technique, Yoga Nidra

  • Sequencing & theming

  • Ethics of yoga teaching

  • Business of yoga

  • Teaching from your inner wisdom

  • Group discussion & journaling

  • Homework & reading assignments

Our curriculum meets the requirements set by Yoga Alliance including training, teaching methodology, anatomy, philosophy, and practicum.

*Please note 100% attendance is required in order to get certified



6:45 – 7:15am ~ Tea, coffee, fruit

7:30 - 9:30am ~ Morning yin, pranayama, meditation, chanting, Qi Gong practice (2hrs)

9:30 - 11:00am ~ Breakfast

11:00 - 1:00pm ~ Theory of TCM (2hrs)

1:00 - 2:00pm ~ Lunch

2:00 - 4:00pm ~ Anatomy (2hrs)

4:00 - 6:00pm ~ Postural clinic (2hrs)

6:00-6:30pm ~ Sunset break

6:30 - 7:30pm ~ Evening yin or yoga nidra (1hr)

7:30 - 8:30pm ~ Dinner

*We may change 6:30pm to 8:30pm practice some nights

*February, 22nd is a Day Off

Schedule subject to change. Your flexibility will allow us to create the best schedule possible for you.