Immerse yourself in the science of tension, and de- stress for myofascial, mind and emotional balance.
Are you interested in Neurofascial and Neuromuscular science? In the connection between spirituality and science? Of how to work with tension? Of connective tissue? Intrigued by energy work? The embodiment and healing yoga? How to use yoga to increase life quality and the building of muscular strength? Is meditation appealing to you but are too restless?
Then this training is something to consider for you. You don’t have to be a teacher to benefit from this training. For those of you who wish to deepen your personal yoga practice and teaching, it will be very fruitful in many ways. This training is focusing on the art of Yin Yoga; the practice of how to de- tensify in order to re-sensify. Why? So, we can live stronger, more alive, better restored, more wholesome, clear, solid and powerful in body, mind and spirit.
This training is designed by Ulrica Norberg, a Master yogi from Sweden who has decades of experience from various yoga styles (yin yoga since 2000), meditation and personal growth from various fields and traditions. She highly respects and honors her teachers and the founders of the modern yin development yet adds her experience in working more individually to adapt the yoga practice to be more about the individual than the group.
Ulrica has taught yin yoga for almost 20 years. This yin yoga approach was molded out of experience and in dialogue with Alan Finger and it merges perfectly with ISHTA’s individualized approach.
The Individual Approach to Yin Yoga
This training explore asana from the yinside, by staying in awareness of the subtle connection between body and mind from a more individualized perspective. Practicing Yin yoga with a more individual approach means searching for tension, and when found, applying the appropriate tools for that individual to release the fascia – reactivating mobility, circulation and muscular connection activates again.
In this approach to yin yoga the yin practice is led to be a great complementary practice to any “yang” oriented practice, as preparation for meditation, tension reducing, mind strengthening, relaxation, preparation for pranayama and more vigorous practices and as a great way of balancing the inner and outer aspects of living.
Topics taught in this training: Learn the foundations of yin, including: The Art of the Yin practice, Energetic Alignment, Individuality, Subtle and Physical Anatomy, Myofascial research / practice, Pranayama and Kriyas, Yin and Mediatation, Yin for Stress Management / Better Sleep, Yin for Emotional Balance, Yin for healthy ligaments and joints, focus on how to start a personal Yin practice, and more.
August 17 – 19, 2022 (Online)
Pricing: $375 EB through August 12, $475 Regular Rate
ISHTA Members and Acharya Membership Pricing: $288; Acharya Pricing $350
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