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How is God Inviting You to Surrender?

A Practice that Transforms You from the Inside Out

Holy Yoga Yin training provides instructors and practitioners with an in-depth understanding of a traditional Yin Yoga practice and how to adapt it to the needs of individuals with specific physical, mental and emotional goals. The programs explore the philosophies and perspectives of other cultures and belief systems that have influenced the development of Yin as it is known today, and help the practitioner develop a Christ-centered approach. As a contemplative spiritual discipline integrating the heart, mind, soul and body, Yin is ultimately approached as a practice that can greatly strengthen one’s relationship with God and promote holistic wellness.

What is Yin Yoga?

Yin Yoga is a passive practice, with postures held for extended periods of time to strengthen the deep connective tissue throughout the body. The focus is less on flexibility than stability, as well as release, meditation and regulation of the flow of energy. As a result, consistent practice increases the integrity of the entire body when it returns to activity—whether functional or athletic. While the practice is not strenuous, it can be incredibly challenging as holding particular positions can grow increasingly uncomfortable. Rather than defaulting to our patterns of flight or fight, we practice staying at our edge and breathing through the difficult moments inviting grace, ease and ultimately transformation.

This was an amazing training. Yin, to me, is how I have been able to meet Him in total surrender, being still, although uncomfortable. Following Him into the dark cave, I am learning to trust that He is leading me through safely as long as I hang on to His hand or He has mine (while I’m literally kicking and screaming the whole time). My journey since becoming certified in Holy Yoga has been life changing.” 

Pat Fox, C-HYI Yin

Training

In this nine week, 60-hour training, you will learn about meridian theory and organ health, prescriptive postures, yang counter poses, pain and pain management, special populations and sequencing. The class meets for nine 2-hour webinar sessions and includes additional home study, reading assignments, at-home video instruction, and a teaching practicum.

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Created with flexibility and convenience in mind, immerse yourself in 9 weeks of live webinars from the comfort of your home.

upcoming training times

march 2021

March 2nd – April 27th, 2021

Tuesdays, 12:00pm – 2:00pm central

Enrollment Deadline: February 15th

*If you are unable to make a live webinar you will have access to the recordings within 48 hours.

September 2021

September 9th – November 4th, 2021

Thursdays, 12:00pm – 2:00pm central

Enrollment Deadline: August 25th

*If you are unable to make a live webinar you will have access to the recordings within 48 hours.

I’m curious – What now?

1) Register for Yin Holy Yoga Training

2) Attend 9 weekly Zoom meetings

3) Experience transformation from the inside out

Get started today!

$675

5% off paid-in-full discount

Payment plans available

Meet your instructors

GARY STEEVES

GARY STEEVES

C-HYI 500, E-RYT 200, YACEP

JONNIE GOODMANSON

JONNIE GOODMANSON

C-HYI 500, E-RYT 200, YACEP

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