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Yin yoga has exploded in popularity in the last couple of years and being able to teach both vinyasa and yin yoga can be appealing to studios looking to hire you. It’s also great if you want to lead your own retreats as you can offer vinyasa in the morning and yin in the afternoon without relying on another teacher. A yin yang yoga teacher training not only teaches you how-to live-in balance but it makes you a more versatile teacher.
Inner Yoga Training is unique in that it offers both vinyasa and yin yoga as part of their 200 hours yoga teacher training. On successful completion of the training, you will be certified to teach both styles of yoga which means you don’t have to pay to do another yin teacher training later on. A lot of yoga schools will fill their schedules with a second vinyasa practice and extra posture clinics in the afternoon but Inner Yoga Training use this time for the yin teacher training.
Some teachers who have been teaching for a while believe that they can teach a yin class by offering floor poses from a vinyasa practice and call it yin yoga but it’s not that simple. Yin yoga has a very different philosophy behind it and looks to create a very different effect in the body and mind. One of the key elements of yin yoga is that it works on the deeper connective tissues of the body such as ligaments, tendons, joints and fascia. There is minimal muscle engagement and poses are held for between 1 – 7 minutes.
It’s important to know the why and the how when teaching yin yoga. If you have a yin yoga teacher certification, you’ll understand in depth what you are teaching. Yin yoga is a practice in its own right and is a lot more involved than simply holding floor poses for time.
During the yin yang yoga teacher training with Inner Yoga Training, you will learn about yin yang philosophy, when and how to practice each style of yoga to live life in balance, teaching methodology and sequencing for both vinyasa and yin yoga and how to teach a yin yang class. You’ll learn the core 26 yin yoga poses and their variations and learn about functional anatomy.