Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Module 2 – Ulrica Norberg 8/12-10/12

Deepen your knowledge of ISHTA Yin Yoga in theses ares: Teaching skills, Adaptations, ISHTA Yin meditation, Nadis/Meridian theory, Ayurveda and Yin, Neurophysiology, ISHTA Yin Yoga philosophy, Tantra, chakra philosophy and anatomy, hands-on assisting, sequencing. And more.

This training is founded and created by ISHTA senior teacher and Yogiraj Ulrica Norberg and this training explore asana from the yinside, by way of the subtle connection between body and mind from a more individualized perspective.

Ulrica Norberg

Ulrica Norberg

Ulrica is an academic with a masters degree in Film and Journalism and also studies in Indiology, Sanskrit, Philosophy, Literature, Rhetorics and Psychology. Due to her passionated interest of the human psychology and anatomy, she is trained in anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, and has studied Eastern philosophical theories and therapies like Tao, Zen, Tantra and TM. Ulrica is schooled in many yoga styles and lineages and she deeply honor her studies with modern yin yoga forefathers and mothers like Paul Grilley, Sarah Powers and Paulie Zink. Using an approach rooted in Ayurveda, Tantra, and ISHTA kriya techniques, this training will give you the tools to integrate the lunar quality of Hatha Yoga into your practice and your teaching. In additional to leaving you refreshed and relaxed, this program will give you the tools to find the yinside on your own and to share it with others.

Ulrica Norberg Yin Yoga

A more individual approach to yin yoga
Practicing Yin yoga with a more individual approach on yin yoga, means we search for tension and when found, we apply the appropriate tools for that individual to release the tension in the fascia, so mobility, circulation and muscular connection activates again. Yin yoga stems back more to its authentic roots from “Raj asanas” /meditative asana explored in the Hathayoga Pradipika and also merging back from the initial science from yoga on how to target tension via working from the fascia to the muscle, from the subtle to the physical. This way, it is yin working towards yang.
In this approach to yin yoga the yin practice is led to be a great complementary practice to any “yang” oriented practice, as preparation for meditation, tension reducing, mind strengthening, relaxation, preparation for pranayama and more vigorous practices and as a great way of balancing the inner and outer aspects of living. In the first module we explore yin from a more ground level, and look at how to begin a home practice. In module two, we set sails towards how energy is being transmitted, altered and balanced through the Yin in corporation with the Chakra theory, Ayurveda and the TCM /meridian system. In module 3, we delve deeper into the more individual therapeutic approaches, techniques and appliance models.
This approach is founded by Ulrica, after many years of research, practicing various other approaches in yin yoga as well as deepening her understanding of anatomy, meditation, physiology, psychology, indian philosophy and more.

Contents of the training:

View Yin Yoga through the lens of ISHTA, and give great clarity to this already beautiful practice. From 2017, this training is made up of a total of 85 hours, divided into three modules. Sometimes this training is taught as an intensive of 6 days.

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Ulrica Norberg is YACEP; a qualified Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider, so this training will grant you the hours towards your continuing education.

Certificate of completion for this program will be issued to those who have successfully completed the written assignment and attended all hours of the course, as applicable.

This training is of total 85 hours, conducted in three modules. You will meet Ulrica on all modules as well as Physical Therapist and yogateacher Hillevi Borga and yinteacher Malin Svanholm.

Schedule

Friday
9-10.30 Intro
10.30- 12 Practice
Lunch
13-15 Theory
15-17 Practice
Saturday
9-10.30 Theory
10.30- 12 Practice
Lunch
13-15 Theory
14.30- 17 Practice
Sunday
8-10 Practice
10-12 Theory
Lunch
13-15 Lab

Time & Date: Friday 8th of December – Sunday 10th of December.
Prerequisites: You need to have Yinyoga module 1 with Ulrica Norberg and c/o in order to register to this module.
Certification: This module involves homework. After passing, those with a 200 hr TT (YA) will recieve a certification to teach yinyoga. This training counts as CE to your YA TT license. (See YACEP information)
Price: 5800 SEK
Registration: Please fill out the form below to register to this training
Teachers: Ulrica Norberg, Hillevi Borga, Malin Svanholm

Please note that this teacher training will be held in English.