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Yin Immersion Weekend with Megan Moss Freeman

Friday 6-9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 20 CE hours with Yoga Alliance.

Yin Yoga Training: Functional Alignment + Sequencing


During this weekend of Yin Yoga exploration we'll spend time considering skeletal variations between us, based on the work of Paul Grilley. As we study these anatomical differences we'll also examine the common themes that thread throughout our more subtle energetic realms through the lens of Yin Yoga + Daoism.
Friday night, the first segment of the training, will be a public workshop: Yin Yoga for Self-Care. This class will utilize the quiet and stretchy practice of Yin Yoga as a tool for finding balance in our over-stressed, over-worked minds and bodies.
Saturday and Sunday are designed for teachers, therapists and curious students to learn how to weave Yin Yoga into their existing practices. We'll do an in-depth study of Yin asana (postures) as we carefully consider how to best modify the shapes to meet the needs of the individual. In addition, we will look at how to incorporate meridian and chakra work, pranayama and meditation into our practice/teaching to help balance the nervous and energetic systems.
You can expect a blend of lecture, discussion, personal practice and hands-on/partner work.
Upon completion of this course, students will receive 20 YACE Continuing Education hours through Yoga Alliance.
Course topic will include:
• yin asana study
• skeletal variations
• functional alignment + anatomy
• bones + fascia
• yin + yang movements + theory
• meridians, chakras + elements
• sequencing
• creating space for practic

Megan Moss Freeman is on a clear mission to bring more stillness and freedom into our lives. Cultivating safe and nurturing spaces for people to slowly and lovingly peel back their layers is of utmost importance to her. She encourages freedom of spirit, creativity and looking inward for the answers. She can also be pretty silly and loves a good time.

Yin Yoga and Meditation are the focal points of her offerings as she is passionate about their ability to help with stress and trauma. She offers tools for practitioners to weave into their daily lives to come into a more balanced state of being. She has been teaching yoga for over a decade and you can find her leading trainings, workshops, classes and retreats at Megan currently resides in Northampton, MA with her young daughter and elderly cat.

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