60-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Jo Phee, Mar 1 - 7
(Acupressure, AcuYin & Hip Anatomy II)
Led by Jo Phee, Senior Assistant to Yin Yoga founder Paul Grilley
Hom Yoga Orchard Central
March 1 - 7, 2020
ACUPRESSURE AND ACUYIN
- Meridian System & Physiological Functions
- Theory of Acupressure
- Location of Vital Acupressure Points
- Functions of Each Point
- Symptoms, Illnesses and Treatments
- How to apply Moxibustion
- How & When to apply Acupressure
- Practicum: Teaching Acupoints to Students
- Applying Acupressure in Yin Yoga
- Teaching AcuMassage in Yin Yoga
- Yin Yoga: Theory and Practice
- Concept of Yin and Yang
- Yin Poses & Prop Usage
- Sequencing & Teaching Methodology
- Safety & Precautions
- Skeletal Variation (Hip)
- Anatomy & Movement of Hip
- Hip Dysfunctions, Symptoms & Treatments
- Hip Analysis Tests
- How to Teach Functional Yin
Yoga Alliance (USA) E-RYT 500 Teacher Trainer
Jo Phee is a senior Teacher Trainer for Yin Yoga teachers around the world. She is the primary assistant to Yin Yoga founder Paul Grilley, and a long time student and registrar for Sarah Powers trainings in Asia.
Jo is the first generation Yin Yoga teachers trained by Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers 13 years ago. With 3500 hours of apprenticeship with both of them, Jo has been mentored by Paul to teach his entire teacher training curriculum. With 19 years of yoga experience, Jo has taught 10,000 public Yin classes since 2006 and 70 Yin Yoga Teacher Trainings around the world.
Brought up solely with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from childhood by her Chinese Taoist parents, all of Jo’s initial education on TCM was based on practical knowledge passed down from generations in her Chinese family. She was taught Guasha by her grandparents and herbal medicine by her mother. To add theoretical basis to her personal experience, Jo went on to study at the Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Jo graduated from the Bihar School of Yoga where she took rigorous examination to teach the original Yoga Nidra practice developed by Swami Satyananda of the Bihar School. Her formal education in this practice and knowledge of the Chinese Meridian system inspired her to develop a systematic and detailed outline of a new practice - Meridian Nidra. Jo was the first Yin Yoga teacher to incorporate a comprehensive Chinese Medicine module, "Guasha" treatment, Acupressure and Myofascial Release into Yin Yoga teacher training programs worldwide. She is the creator of Meridian Nidra, AcuYin and MyoYin.
Driven by a profound interest in functional anatomy and fascia, Jo has attended numerous human cadaver dissection labs in the United States and Europe. She has 500 hours of dissection lab experience and has studied up to 40 cadaver specimens to-date, including a dedicated neuroanatomical dissection of the brain and spinal cord. Jo studied Anatomy and Kinesiology at Marquette University in Wisconsin and Myofascial Release at the John Barnes MFR Institute. She has attended fascia school at Ulm University Germany and the Anatomical Institute of Leipzig University. She is a founding member of the Fascia Research Society and a team member of the Fascial Net Plastination Project. She is involved with the team to create the world’s first 3D Plastinated Human Fascial Network at the headquarters of the renowned Bodyworld Exhibition in Guben, Germany.
Jo’s teachings are a blend of the science of Western Anatomy fused with Eastern Medicine and Philosophy. She resides in Singapore but spends 90% of the year traveling the world delivering Yin Yoga Teacher Training programs. All of her trainings are endorsed by Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers Insight Yoga Institute.
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Sunday - Saturday
Early Bird Pricing (by 31 Oct 2019): S$1,995
Full Tuition: S$2,195
Includes colour manual and full Moxibustion Kit.
All trainees are entitled to unlimited complimentary yoga classes and 10% off all retail during the period of the training, and 20% off our packages upon completion of the teacher training.
Cancellations before 31 October 2019 will receive a full refund less $200 cancellation fee.
Cancellations from 1 September 2019 onwards will receive no refund, but substitutes are allowed.