Yin Yoga 50 hr Certification PERTH Mar - Apr 2019(29-31 Mar, 5-7Apr)
Date and Time
Surge Fitness Perth CBD
10 Telethon Avenue, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Yin Yoga 50 hr Certification with Lee-Anne Heron ND, ERYT, YACEP
STRICTLY limited to 20 places
DATES: Mar 29-31 AND Apr 5-7 2019
TIME: Fri Sat Sun 29-31 Mar 9am- 530pm (1hr Lunch Break around 1pm)
Fri Sat Sun 5-7 Apr 9am- 530pm (1hr Lunch Break around 1pm)
*Suggested Schedule (may be subject to minor change and announced on first day of training)
VENUE: Surge Fitness Perth City
PRICE: $1290 Full Fee ($890 Early Bird extended to Mar 15 2019) includes training, manual, block & strap
Payment Plans Available contact firstname.lastname@example.org
No pre-requisites or experience necessary.
Continuing Education credits with Yoga Alliance (50 credits)
* Yin Yoga Philosophy
* Yin Yoga Anatomy (Skeletal Variation, Tension Vs Compression)
* Physiology in Yin Yoga
* TCM 5 Element Theory
* Modern Meridian Theory & Fascia
* Paul Grilley Method : 14/10/7
* Yin Yoga Archetypes
* Yin Yoga Asana (comprehensive manual of asana, modification, variation & prop use)
* Transitions & Rebound
* Teaching Skills
* Daily Practice with 8 sequences
* Assignments 1) Class Plan 2) Journal (attend any Yin Yoga class and complete course journal deliberately post-contact to consolidate learning)
45 Contact Hours, 5 Hours Assignments
ABOUT YOUR TRAINER:
LEE-ANNE HERON, ND ERYT, Yoga Alliance Expert Teacher Designation, YACEP
BSc (Nat), Adv Dip Herb Med, Adv Dip Hom, NKT, over 1000 hours Yoga TT and Body Work Certificates
Functional Anatomy Teacher Trainer, Yin Yoga Teacher Trainer, The Roll Model® Method & Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer
Director of Training Yoga Training Australia www.facebook.com/yogatrainingaustralia
Lee is based in Perth, Australia and enjoys delivering workshops, teacher trainings and retreats worldwide as well as providing CPE for allied health industry at university campuses, health clinics and birthing centres and is on faculty for International Yoga Teaching Trainings as expert Anatomy & Physiology teacher and Yin Yoga Teacher Trainer. When Lee is not teaching you may find her at the beach or park with her 3 children. You can connect with Lee at www.facebook.com/leeanne.heron
With over 17 years in clinical practice as a naturopath (specialising in women’s health and fertility and has interned at hospitals & anatomy labs around the world in surgery and clinic) and has a yoga practice that predates this. Lee has much anecdotal experience to share Lee encourages teachers and trainees to challenge research and teachings, to question students (never assuming we know how our students feel) and to always listen to the answers and observe the bodies we are guiding. She provokes teachers to consider purpose and function of what we teach and how we can view different bodies as individuals to assist guide every student in a meaningful practice.
Expect every class, workshop or training to share a vast toolkit of tests, languaging, modifications, alternate asana, mindfulness, yoga tune up®, myofascial release, proprioception, interoception processes to assist our teaching to guide our students in an embodied and empowered practice on the mat and beyond.
Lee has studied over 500 hrs yin yoga with Paul & Suzee Grilley (founder of yin yoga), Jo Phee, Joe Barnett, has dissected with Gil Hedley and can be found in the upcoming Anatomy In Yoga by Paul Grilley (filmed in LA in 2015 and released online January 2019), has assisted Jill Miller, Jo Phee and Joe Barnett and brings this background and her vast toolkit of naturopathic and body work experience to her yin trainings!
No Refunds, however you can transfer your place to another person.
Yoga Training Australia
Yoga Training Australia has HQ in Perth, West Australia and offers Functional Anatomy, Mindfulness, Myofascial, Yin Yoga Teacher Training, Mentorship and Yoga Tune Up® The Roll Model® Method Trainings throughout Australia and Asia and offers workshops and retreats worldwide. Our faculty, directed by Lee-Anne Heron ND, E-RYT, provoke teachers/allied health professionals to consider the purpose and function of what we teach and how we can view different bodies as individuals, honouring unique skeletal variation and differences in our teaching.