Yin Yoga Teacher Certification


This class is taught by:

Molly Ho

Hi, my name is Molly. I grew up with very protective parents. My mom shielded me from direct sunlight and my dad wanted me to be by his side. But my true self was adventurous. I decided to further my education in the States when I was twelve and left my birthplace Hong Kong immediately after college.

A few decades later, after returning to China as a graduate student from the University of Chicago, covering long distances on foot and by train, living in Kyoto in Japan, the West Coast and Mid-West in the States, I now live with my husband and our son in Jacksonville. I love the blue skies and the water of the gulf and the ocean, and the sands that lay the beaches in Florida.

Terri is the one who led me onto the yogic path. I was first attracted to Mindful Motion Yoga Studio because of the word “mindful.” I had taken some yoga classes before and enjoyed doing the poses. Yet, I had never paid attention to the process of going in, holding, and coming out of a pose. Terri’s belief and practice on “acceptance” also relieved my anxiety about lacking in perfection. In addition, I had the good luck of meeting Carolyn Dehlinger, who reminded me that there are bones under muscles.

I graduated from MMY’s teacher training in 2012. The training opened my eyes to the deeper meaning and the history of yoga. I have been able to apply the knowledge I gained from the training to my daily life. On a practical level, I have successfully gone through challenges with a calm mind. On a spiritual level, I have arrived at the realization that I am only one part of “Ishvarapranidhana” (Oneness) and am connected to every being in the universe. With this understanding, I have an offering to you all:

“May the true light in you shine bright and far, warm the hearts of many and lift the spirit of many more. Love and be loved.”

Please register early to ensure you space in the training.
 
Hours:
Friday 7pm-9pm
Saturday 8:30am-7pm
Sunday 8-3:30pm
 
 
The primary focus of this training is to provide yoga teachers with the necessary knowledge and skill set to effectively teach Yin Yoga.  Yin is a seemingly simple, yet complex practice.  Your student's experience will be greatly enhanced by the deep knowledge that this training provides. In addition to learning and working with the postures you will learn how and why the practice came into being. This is a hands on academic training to be conducted at UNF and Mindful Motion Yoga.  
 
 
• Learn how to teach Yin effectively.
• What is Yin yoga?
• What are the benefits of practicing Yin?
• How did Yin yoga evolve and arrive at the present state of practice?
• Evaluate the significance of Yin yoga in the classic Hatha yoga tradition.
Session in Context:
• The Yin power of Paulie Zink
• The meridian and energetics theories of Paul Grilley
• The impact of Sarah Powers
• The contribution by Bernie Clark
• The mindful and compassionate practice at MMY
• Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra and Tao Te Ching
• And more…