This private yin yoga TTC is available all year round (depending on availability).

The package includes 4 night accommodation, daily organic breakfast and tuition (yoga practices and lectures).


7:30am – 9am Morning asana practice 

9am – 10am Breakfast time 

10:30am – 12:00pm Theory sessions 

12:00pm – 3:30pm Lunch break and personal studies 

3:30pm – 4:30pm Theory sessions/the art of teaching 

5pm – 6:30pm Evening asana practice

Not included:

  • Flights and airport transfers
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Massages and other therapies 
  • Excursions 

The focus of Yin Yoga is on the rejuvenation of the physical and mental body, by maintaining a certain set of asanas for 3 to 5 minutes, sometimes even more, and allowing gentle tension and compression to be applied to our tissues.


In this training we will explore:

  • Yin Yoga asana practice— how, why and when to practice this style safely and effectively
  • Yin yoga Philosophy (Taoist principles, yin vs yang)
  • Yoga Anatomy (Connective tissues, compression vs tension, fascia structure)
  • Introduction to the Chinese Meridians and Organ health (practice sequences for the kidneys, liver, etc.)
  • Balancing the Yin style with a Yang practice to support structural strength and stability
  • The primary focus of breath in asana: length, depth and direction 
  • Mindfulness in asana and Meditation practice
  • The art of teaching and how to sequence a yin yoga class
  • The use of touch and hands-on adjustments
  • Skilful verbal communication

As final assessment, there will be a written test and a practical teaching experience, where every student will create his/her own yin yoga sequence.


Suitable for

Yoga teachers, people who want to teach Yin yoga, Yin yoga practitioners of all levels. There is no lower or upper age limit. 

This course is a registered YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Program), and you’ll receive a certificate on completion of the course. 


What to bring 

A journal or notebook and a pen, your yoga mat (though mats will be available for you to use), a clock or time-keeping device (timer app on your phone is fine), a flashlight as at night is quite dark here. A rain jacket is also something good to have. 


Price: 750$ (including accommodation and tuition fees)