w Matt Eshelman and Erin Winters
Join Us for the whole weekend for 12 hrs YA CEU’s
Explore the underlying theory of the Yin practice, and gain practical tools and confidence in sequencing and leading Yin Yoga classes. Learn all about fascia, its unique properties, and how to safely target and train it. Understand the larger concept of exercise and how to bring awareness to different tissues in our practice. Examine the poses of a Yin practice through the lense of energetic anatomy.
Advances in modern science support what ancient mystics and healers of the East have described for centuries. Begin a lifelong study of the meridian channels of Chinese medicine with supporting western evidence. Learn the ways yoga practice may facilitate the body’s natural healing and remodeling response, and how we can design classes to stimulate the meridians.
WTF: What’s The Fascia?
A Taoist Approach: How do we apply yin & yang to yoga?
Modern Meridian Theory: It does exist! Here’s the science.
Sequencing with Meridians in Yin Yoga Classes
Saturday - Taoist Yoga
11:30 - 2:30: Intro to Yin Yoga Theory (practice included)
3:30 - 6:30p: Modern Meridian Theory
Sunday - Meridians
10:45 - 2:00p: Taoist Yoga and Functional Application (practice included)
3:00 - 6:00p: Myofascial Meridians and Posture Sequencing
Full weekend or full day early-bird registration is currently open. Day 1, former training with Matt and Erin, or experience in Taoist yoga philosophy is highly recommend to attend Day 2 of the training.
Full weekend: $220 until April 22nd; $250 after April 22nd
Full day: $110 until April 22nd; $125 after April 22nd*
*if registering for single day, please select both sessions on each day at check-out
About Your Teachers...
Matt Eshleman and Erin Winters believe learning should be fun and useful. Expect practical study and genuine jokes in an interactive and relaxed learning environment. Matt and Erin are directors of teacher training, the brains, and heart behind You Do Yoga in Cincinnati. They enjoy sharing a spectrum of taoist yoga from the balancing practice of yin yoga to the playful yang practices of acro yoga and slackline. As students of Paul Grilley and YogaSlackers Sam Salwei and Raquel Hernández-Cruz; they share a combined 30+ years of experience teaching in the field of yoga.