Yin Yang Yoga Course (10 hrs)

A delightful therapeutic combination of Yin Yoga and Traditional (Hatha) Yoga

 

Here, in our studio, we offer Yin Yang Yoga - a delightful combination of Yin Yoga and Traditional (Hatha) Yoga. Deriving its roots from the concept of Chinese meridians, the main focus is on achieving a balance between our energetic active Yang energy and our relaxed passive Yin energy.

In this course, we will introduce meridian based Sun Salutations and poses, and discuss their effects on our internal organs. Sequencing and lesson planning will also be incorporated to deepen your knowledge and further your understanding, beneficial to your practice or teaching. Regular practice can help to rectify imbalances, contributing to improved functioning of the body + mind, stimulation of pranic flow + energy channels, and mobility of internal organs. 

This course is ideal for those who have completed Yoga Trigger Point course and/or Yoga Wellness Course and is suitable for teachers/inspiring teachers.

Our Yoga Trigger Point Course (Part 1 and 2) is a prerequisite to this course. We also conduct regular Yin Yang Yoga classes, and one-to-one yoga wellness sessions (a myriad of techniques and concepts are used; Yin Yang included) at our studio should you be interested in trying them out prior to taking our course.

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  • Meridian based Sun Salutations (done sequentially based on the flow of the 6 paired Chinese meridians)
  1. Lungs and Large Intestine
  2. Stomach and Spleen
  3. Heart and Small Intestine
  4. Urinary Bladder and Kidney
  5. Pericardium and Triple burner
  6. Gallbladder and Liver
  • Breathing techniques – Pranayama
  • Usage of massage / therapy balls on trigger points
  • Yin Yang class planning and sequencing
  • Guidelines for teaching Yin Yang
  • Understanding how specific body movements and poses can target different meridians
  • Incorporate meridian based poses and flows into your practice
  • Extend the application of Yin Yang Yoga by sharing the knowledge with others and in therapy sessions (very useful if you are a practising therapist)
  • Contributes to improved health and wellness by:
  1. balancing the Yin and Yang energies within the Energy body – Pranamaya kosha
  2. increasing strength and flexibility of the Physical body – Annamaya kosha
  • Can be used in self-therapy with the help of different types of massage / therapy balls.
  • It is a UNIQUE combination of both the 'Soft' and 'Hard' Styles of Yoga (like Software and Hardware) for the betterment of Health and Wellness.
  • Yogapoint Singapore has Memorandum of Understanding & Cooperation with Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, India in 2018.
  • Yogapoint Singapore is affiliated to Yoga Vidya Gurukul which is a non-profit organization that has trained thousands of yoga teachers worldwide since 1978 and recognised by Govt of India.
  • Our founder and mentor Hon Guruji Dr Vishwas Mandlik was awarded the “Outstanding Contribution for Promotion and Development of Yoga” for 2018 by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi.  


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30, 31 December 2020

Wednesday,
Thursday

10:15am - 4:15pm

31B Kreta Ayer Rd (3rd Floor)

Singapore 088998

 

 

By MRT:

By Bus:

Car Park:

Outram Park MRT (Exit H)

Chinatown MRT (Exit A)

80, 145 (Opp BLK 333)

Kreta Ayer Community Centre

Oriental Plaza