Postponed new date TBD
"The inner journey is the only journey" John F. Barnes
Take your learning to a new level
April 24-26 & May 1-3, 2020
at The Yogashala
312 Dundas St E. Waterdown, Ontario
A personal and transformative exploration of the power of yin yoga seen through the lens of the fascial body. This insightful training will bring a clear understanding to the approach, the effects and the benefits of yin yoga. Understanding the outcome of long-term stress on our systems, we will journey inwardly, exploring how a yin approach can be part of the solution to a much needed recovery period in our modern day stress paradigm.
Yoga teachers, social workers, physiotherapists, chiropractors, psychotherapists, life coaches, psychologists, massage therapists, reiki practitioners and structural integration therapists.
In this 40-hour immersion over the course of two weekends you will:
explore the history of yin yoga and the timeline of merging related philosophies of stress and adaptation..
gain understanding in the emerging science behind the fascial matrix and the biotensegrity model of the human being
learn guiding principles as they apply to yin yoga based on John F. Barnes myofascial release
have hands on practical and experiencial work taking you deeper in to your own self-exploration of yin yoga and the myofascial body
in depth analysis of each of the yin postures, modifications and anatomical considerations
learn how to create an environment for yin practice that deepens the experience into the self, including power of touch, voice, cueing, sequencing and transitioning.
explore the body as energy from different perspectives including the chakra system and it correlates to the fascial network
receive a full manual covering all aspects of the course
40hr course including manual and Yoga Alliance registered certificate
$899.00 + HST payable through PayPal
Friday April 24, May 1, 6-10pm
Saturday April 25, May 2, 9am-6pm (Lunch 1-2)
Sunday April 26, May 3, 9am -6pm (Lunch 1-2)
Reserve your limited spot through PayPal
Barb Leese MA, ERYT, RYS, As a recipient of the Burlington Civic Recognition Award for International Achievements, Barb is delighted to be using her experience of over 30 years of performing and teaching dance and yoga to assist people in finding personal wellness and performance excellence. On faculty at Sheridan College, Barb trains the future generation of Musical Theatre performers in dance and anatomy. Over the last 10 years, Barb has trained numerous instructors through her 200hr Yoga Alliance registered Yoga Teacher Training program, just outside Toronto, Ontario Canada. Her guest lecturing and workshops on the effects of stress and the benefits of yoga have been enjoyed and appreciated by various groups looking to move towards greater wellness. Barb holds a Masters degree from York University as well as certifications in various styles of Hatha yoga. In addition, her studies of personal training, mind/body techniques and MFR principles of John J.Barnes further enhance her knowledge and the experience that she brings to her teaching. Barb is delighted with Christine to have launched the initial 40hr Yin/Fascial Yoga Training at Bode NYC Fall 2019.
Christine Grant, PT, Expert Level John F.Barnes Myofascial Release Therapist and Reiki Master is a Physical Therapist, helping people return to balance and wellness for more than 25 years. She is a life-long learner, spiritual seeker and yogi and her journey of outer exploration and inner transformation has led her to study many approaches to healing. She has a strong belief in engaging the whole self: mind, body and spirit, in assisting people on their healing journeys. She also works with the energetic realm and has been teaching Reiki as a Master Teacher for the past 11 years. She was introduced to the world of fascia 17 years ago and fell in love; blown away by its holistic paradigm and how it merges the conscious and subconscious being with the energetic and physical self. She has expert level training in John Barnes Myofascial Release and has led introductory workshops and talks about fascia for the past 5 years. She is passionate about bringing an understanding of fascia to the yoga community and merging these two philosophies to enhance peoples’ wellbeing. She has a private PT practice in Oakville, Ontario.