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Yin Yoga Teacher Immersion II - Yin Yoga Shape Lab w/Jenn C

Mission Yoga - South Abington
Event organized by Mission Yoga - South Abington

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Join Jennifer Ciarimboli for this six hour yin yoga teacher immersion taking a deep dive into the shapes of Yin Yoga. We'll explore variations, proper modifications including use of props and working with common joint injuries. We'll also take time to discuss:

- How to encourage students to embrace the non-striving intentions of Yin.
- Gain a better understanding of how to guide any body into an "appropriate edge".
- Subtle energy cues and languaging to support your students during class.
- Introduction to Mindfulness practices to support the seat of the Yin Yoga teacher.

*Hours are approved and can be submitted as continuing education credits through Yoga Alliance.

Cost: $125 (Friday evening Yin class included)
When: June 23rd from 9:30am - 4:30pm
Where: Mission - South Abington (639 Northern Blvd)

About Jenn:
First introduced to yoga in 1999, Jennifer began her teaching journey in 2007.
Since then, she has been teaching full time, logged over 1200 hours of study, and has led local and regional workshops, retreats & trainings. She is on staff as the Co-Director/Founder of Twin Cities Yoga Collective and founded Balance yoga studio in 2008. She has been most influenced by her teachers, Rusty Wells, Biff Mithoefer and Sarah Powersand assisted Biff at his Yin Yoga trainings at the Omega Institute and Yogaville from 2012 - 2017. Deeply transformed by Yin Yoga and Buddhism, Jennifer has spent the last four years integrating the practice and insight of Yin Yoga and Buddha Dharma Mindfulness practices and enrolled in Sarah Powers Insight Yoga Institute in 2014. Jennifer continues her advanced studies under the direction of Sarah & Ty Powers.

Jennifer’s group classes are unique and intelligently designed so students are able to cultivate a deep understanding of their individual needs through breath and both passive and active movement (asana) to increase strength and vitality throughout the entire system.