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Rooftop Yoga

35hrYin Yoga Teacher Training

Yin yoga is a deep, meditative, and reflective practice that links an asana practice to ancient Chinese philosophies and Taoist principles. While “yang” yoga focuses on your muscles, yin yoga targets the deep connective tissues, like fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. This practice gives you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensations of your body.



2 Weekends (fully in person)

  • July 27 & July 28th

  • August 3rd & August 4th


Saturdays: 11:30 - 7:30pm

Sundays: 11:30 - 7:30pm (Yin Yoga class 6-7:15p) 

*students must attend the classes as part of the curriculum, please note classes will be open to the public


  • Learn Yin Yoga history, principles and benefits as well as concept of Yin vs Yang.

  • Integrate Traditional Chinese Medicine elements and 5 Elements Theory.

  • Experience Yin poses, and complementary Pranayama and Meditative practices.

  • Acquire a knowledge of Meridians 

  • Anatomy as it refers to Yin Yoga such as connective tissue & muscles.

  • Learn how to structure a class, tips on teaching, music and environment.

  • Receive modifications for all bodies: injuries and injury recovery, pregnancy, mobility etc.


This training will prepare you with the tools to lead an informative and transformational Yin Yoga class. By experiencing the history, theory, and physical components of Yin Yoga in depth, you will be able to effectively and confidently lead a practice to suit the season, area of the body, mood of the world around us, and guide your students and yourself through it all. 

This training will span 2 weekends / 4 days:

Day 1:

  • Introduction to Yin and Traditional Chinese Medicine, 5 Element Theory, and Chakras

  • Introduction to the Meridian system

  • Functional Approach to Yoga

  • Archetypal Poses

Day 2:

  • Kidney & Urinary Bladder Meridians: Theory, Poses, Practice and Practice Teach

  • Heart & Small Intestine Meridians: Theory, Poses, Practice and Practice Teach

  • Liver & Gall Bladder Meridian: Theory, Poses, Practice and Practice Teach

  • Spleen & Stomach Meridians: Theory, Poses, Practice and Practice Teach

  • Lung & Large Intestine Meridians: Theory, Poses, Practice and Practice Teach

  • Yin Yoga Class 6-7:15p

Day 3:

  • Pranayama

  • Class Structure

  • Meditation for Yin

  •  Asana breakdown \ overview

Day 4: 

  • Students mini class

  • Review: Pranayama, Class Structure & Meditation for Yin, Final Thoughts/Discussion,

  • Create full body class

  • Yin Yoga Class 6-7:15p


$555 (paid in full by July 20th)
Early Bird: $500
 (save $55) if paid in full by June 21st

Option to pay in 2 monthly installments. Email

​​Training includes the yin yoga training manual, YACEP continuing education credits for current registered yoga teachers, and certification. 

*please note: training is open to all. If you are not a certified yoga teacher, you can take this training to deepen your knowledge of Yin Yoga. Depending on the yoga studio, you may need at least a 200hr training prior to teaching.

“It was a great learning environment overall. Sharyn held space for everyone very well and I felt secure and comfortable sharing and asking questions. The review of each asana was incredibly helpful along with modifications. Sharyn is a great teacher."

Megan M.

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