Course curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter 0

    • Terms & Conditions

    • Essential Info to Get Started

    • Get to Know Your Teachers

    • Zoom Calls

    • Course Program / Schedule

    • Teachers Manual

    • FAQS Frequently Asked Questions

  • 2

    Chapter 1

    • 1.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 1.2 Yin Qualities – Devdas

    • 1.3 What is Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 1.4 Principles of Practice – Kirsten

    • 1.5 The Dao I – Devdas

    • 1.6 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 1.7 Mind & Heart – Devdas

    • 1.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 1.9 Significance of Spiritual Heart – Burkhard

    • 1.10 Meditation – Burkhard

  • 3

    Chapter 2

    • 2.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 2.2 A Functional Approach to Practice – Astrid

    • 2.3 Anatomy: Introduction to Fascia – Astrid

    • 2.4 Interoception – Kirsten

    • 2.5 The Dao II – Devdas

    • 2.6 Yin Yoga – Devdas

    • 2.7 Where is Your Location – Devdas

    • 2.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 2.9 I-Feeling – Burkhard

    • 2.10 Meditation – Burkhard

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    Chapter 3

    • 3.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 3.2 Anatomy: How does Yin Yoga work? – Astrid

    • 3.3 Your Yoga – Kirsten

    • 3.4 Sequencing in Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 3.5 The State of the Feminine – Devdas

    • 3.6 Yin Yoga – Astrid

    • 3.7 Witness Consciousness – Devdas

    • 3.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 3.9 History of Advaita Vedanta – Burkhard

    • 3.10 Meditation – Burkhard

    • 3.11 Yin Yoga Self-Practice Intro

  • 5

    Chapter 4

    • 4.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 4.2 Anatomy: Joints – Astrid

    • 4.3 Anatomy: Spine – Astrid

    • 4.4 Posture Studies – Kirsten

    • 4.5 Posture Studies – Kirsten

    • 4.6 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 4.7 Awareness – Devdas

    • 4.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 4.9 Sat Chit Ananda – Burkhard

    • 4.10 Meditation – Burkhard

    • 4.11 Yin Yoga Self-Practice

  • 6

    Chapter 5

    • 5.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 5.2 Anatomy: Spine – Astrid

    • 5.3 Anatomy: Hips – Astrid

    • 5.4 Posture Studies – Kirsten

    • 5.5 Posture Studies – Kirsten

    • 5.6 Yin Yoga – Devdas

    • 5.7 Who am I? – Devdas

    • 5.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 5.9 Ramana – Burkhard

    • 5.10 Meditation – Burkhard

    • 5.11 Yin Yoga Self-Practice

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    Chapter 6

    • 6.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 6.2 Anatomy: Hips – Astrid

    • 6.3 Anatomy: Shoulder – Astrid

    • 6.4 Posture Studies – Kirsten

    • 6.5 Posture Studies – Kirsten

    • 6.6 Yin Yoga Music – Kirsten

    • 6.7 Beyond Presence – Devdas

    • 6.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 6.9 Witness Consciousness – Burkhard

    • 6.10 Meditation – Burkhard

    • 6.11 Yin Yoga Self-Practice

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    Chapter 7

    • 7.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 7.2 The Elements in Daoism – Astrid

    • 7.3 The Elements & Meridians – Astrid

    • 7.4 The Elements & Emotional Qualities – Tina

    • 7.5 The Elements & Postures – Kirsten

    • 7.6 Yin Yoga – Tina

    • 7.7 Self – Inquiry Overview

    • 7.8 Contemplation

    • 7.9 The Natural State – Burkhard

    • 7.10 Meditation – Burkhard

    • 7.11 Yin Yoga Self-Practice

  • 9

    Chapter 8

    • 8.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 8.2 How to Teach Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 8.3 Teaching Styles – Kirsten

    • 8.4 Holding Space – Devdas

    • 8.5 The Dao III – Devdas

    • 8.6 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 8.7 Self-Inquiry – A Daily Practice – Devdas

    • 8.8 Contemplation – Devdas

    • 8.9 Teaching Self-Inquiry – Burkhard

    • 8-10 Meditation – Burkhard

    • 8.11 Yin Yoga Self-Practice

  • 10

    Chapter 9

    • 9.1 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 9.2 The Divine Feminin – Kirsten

    • 9.3 Prayer & Intention – Devdas

    • 9.4 Being Water - Devdas & Kirsten

    • 9.5 The Dao IV – Devdas

    • 9-6 Yin Yoga – Kirsten

    • 9.7 Final Quiz

    • 9.8 Graduation Ceremony

    • 9.9 Invitation to Graduation