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Nurture Every Student

Yin yoga is a nourishing practice that is easy to adapt for every body.

Let me show you how.

In Yin, the Teacher is More a Midwife

Than a Master

Yin yoga is not a vocabulary of poses, but an intention that we bring to the practice. Rather than focusing on the aesthetic, performative, and acrobatic nature of the practice, asking us how the practice should look, Yin asks a different question.

Yin asks - how does it feel?

How can you create a sequence in service of that question?

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What About the Wall?

Seamlessly sequence Yin yoga classes that leverage the benefits of walls and work around their inconveniences.

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Upper Body Boost

Skillfully choreograph upper body poses into sequences, introduce new concepts, and negotiate students with all variations of mobility.

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Clever adaptations

Forget lists of rules about who should and shouldn't do certain motions. Build the confidence to adapt your sequence for each student with no stress.

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Signature Sequences

Embrace your own style & infuse your teaching with your perspective, charisma, and talent.

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Yin is Fun

Explore all of the ways to leverage creative support - whether you are teaching in person or virtually, learn to leverage every gift.

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Behind the Scenes

Outtakes are my favorite part of the movie, and as a bonus, you'll get to see what makes a sequence go wrong.

I will continue to add to the course as I receive feedback.

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Hi, I'm Kari

This course contains the system I developed in 1996 when I first started teaching yoga. It's perfectly suited for Yin, which is slow and methodical and often attracts students who do not feel welcome in other styles of practice.

There is no 'peak' pose in a Yin practice, and the objective is to nourish students, not entertain them.

As you step through this course, I believe you will develop the confidence to support every student who desires to practice.

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