Justice and Spirit: Yin Yoga Leadership Training with Dia Penning and Danielle Hoogenboom in Vancouver, BC.
Join us August 6th to 10th for 50 hours of YYTT that can stand alone as a completion certificate or as hours towards LLY 200 Hour Yin Yoga School in our sunny studio in East Vancouver. 9am-6pm daily with assignments and pre reading and immersions that will allow you to apply this work to your work, world and life.
The early bird full rate is $650, with a deposit link here and is open until June 1, 2018 Final price is $750 plus taxes. We have a limited number of part scholarships are available. Please write email@example.com for an application.
Are you ready to craft new a new dialogue, shift paradigms and rewrite old
This workshop will support the development of inner resources, through breath,
asana, and meditation, to recognize and interrupt the patterns of our internal
landscapes. At the same time we will learn to cultivate strategies and analysis to
deconstruct, act, and interact with clarity while supporting the creation of new
Do our actions meet our intentions?
Are we engaged in the personal reflection and work it takes to be really present
for change and revolution?
How might we recognize patterns in our bodies as a mirror to patterns in our
world? What are the roots of these patterns?
This advanced training is for yoga teachers, activists, educators and those
interested in developing and applying yin yoga and social justice principles to
their work and lives. It is 50 hours towards LLY Yin School, CEU credits or to
deepen your own practice.
Honoured to be co-teaching again with the ever excellent Dia Penning.
With a Masters degree in Arts Integration, ten years as a social justice and racial equity professional and twenty-five years of yoga experience, Dia Penning E-RYT 200, supports students in slowing down, examining limiting patterns, and exploring creative solutions. Seeing yoga and social change as intertwined, she challenges habits of mind and supports shift and deep transformation. Dia draws the lines between personal and internal shift and the external patterns that hold inequity in place. She has consulted for a variety of clients including University of California at Berkeley, University Of Illinois at Chicago and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Dia has developed three volumes of curriculum exploring systems and patterns that maintain oppressive systems. She is an artist, activist, teacher, student, wife and mother, who wants the world to work. For Everyone.