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Intelligent Flow: Yin Yoga Training, Part II

February 24 @ 9:00 am - February 26 @ 11:00 am


Yin Yoga with Devon

Part II: Yin Yoga Teacher Training
February 24-26
Fri 4-9, Saturday 12-7:30pm, Sunday 12-6pm

*pre-requisite pt 1 or previous yin training.

Learn to facilitate yin practices from a somatic perspective, using traditional asanas and evolutionary methods of sequencing and postural

Part 2:
~ Explore and learn to teach Yin asanas and adaptive variations of postures to fit a variety of practitioner needs. Teachers will be equipped to cue postures and educate students safely.
~ Learn subtle hands on enhancements and deep hands on assists with massage techniques to support your students in the practice of stillness
~ Ground your teaching in the use of props, modifications, and other creative methods of physical reinforcement during the practice
~ Reflect upon and learn to develop the inner and outer body cueing necessary to give students greater access to physical, emotional, and mental release – incorporate visualization, imagery, and metaphor to enhance somatic accessibility and kinesthetic awareness
~ Write deeply transformative yin sequences from an anatomical and energetic perspective
~Learn the art of facilitating meditation within asana, and use lighting, music, and vocal range to cultivate ‘bhavana’ or ‘feeling-states’ of regeneration, clarification, balance and healing within yin practices.

For Part 2: 200 hour yoga teacher training is recommended
No experience teaching Yin is required, although we recommend taking at least 10 Yin Yoga classes prior to enrolling

Yoga Alliance Continuing Education: Yin Yoga Teacher Training

Students will receive an in depth manual for teaching and study.

Single weekend module Early Bird: $249
Regular weekend module: $299
Full YTT (both wknds) Early bird: $549
Reg Full YTT: $599



Join Devon Sweeney, E-RYT 500 to learn the art of practicing + teaching Yin yoga. This practice brings us into deep, restorative states of meditation by exploring the relationship between stillness, breath and the body’s ability to release tension. Devon’s multidimensional approach to the energetic practice and teaching of Yin yoga was developed through new paradigms of modern behavioral psychology, classical and tantric yoga and pranayama, movement therapies, and neurological/physiological stress management techniques.


February 24 @ 9:00 am
February 26 @ 11:00 am
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Frisco, CO 80443 United States
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