50HR Yin Yoga Training
with Jee Moon

October 2020 
Live Virtual Course


October 3 and 17
8 am-1 pm 

October 7, 14, 21, 28
5-8:30 pm 


Lead: Jee Moon
Assistant: Laurie Brockhaus


Includes a 10-class card at Urban Breath

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Add depth to your yoga practice and your teaching by delving into the practices of yin. The 50-hour Yin Yoga Training course, appropriate for yoga practitioners, teachers, and teachers-in-training, is a unique opportunity to study in-depth the practice and instruction of yin yoga. Through extensive practice, instruction in functional anatomy and fascial connections, study of the energetic body (chakra system and meridians), and study of yin yoga teaching methodology, this course will advance your practice and encourage more skillful teaching. Yoga teachers taking this course will be confident in and well-equipped to add yin yoga classes to your schedule or incorporate yin techniques into your classes of other yoga styles.

This is a virtual program that will consist of live virtual meetings during scheduled times and recorded content and self-study that you can do at your own pace. Throughout the course, students will have opportunities to discuss, practice, and practice teach yin techniques (postures, breathwork, and meditation), variations, and sequencing.


the archetypal yin yoga postures, their target areas, and variations

functional anatomy and its application in yoga

subtle body anatomy: qi, meridians, nadis, and chakras

relationship of organ health and emotional quality

effective sequencing of yin yoga for physical and energetic balance

how to listen and lead: dialogue between teacher and student

chakra and mantra meditation


Live virtual meetings will be held:

8 am-1 pm
October 3 and 17

5:00-8:30 pm 
October 7, 14, 21, 28

Remaining hours will consist of recorded content that you will watch between live meetings.


Yin Yoga: Principles and Practice by Paul Grilley

Insight Yoga by Sarah Powers
Your Body, Your Yoga by Bernie Clark
The Spark in the Machine by Daniel Keown

“Most forms of yoga today are dynamic, active practices designed to work on half of our body, the muscular half, the “yang” tissues. Yin yoga allows us to work the other half, the deeper “yin” tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones. All of our tissues are important and need to be exercised so that we can achieve optimal health and vitality.”  

Bernie Clark, The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga

“Modern life is full of overpowering yang, and the balance of yinyang has been lost for so long. This imbalance not only disturbs our planet but also degrades the quality of our lives. What we need to adopt is the calming and soothing yin quality for our lives and planet. 

 The balance of yinyang brings peace and joy to our minds and health and vitality to our bodies. When a yogini practices yoga, she must consider the balance of yinyang in her body and mind to attain optimal health. Learning and practicing yin yoga is to complete the balance of yinyang in her yoga, as well as life.”

Jee Moon

Instructor Jee Moon

Jee has been dedicated to teaching yoga since 2001. Her studies began with a teacher training course with a qigong teacher in Seoul, Korea; she went on to train in Ashtanga and Anusara yoga in Thailand, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, and Taipei and earned Yoga Alliance International Certification. Jee now specializes in teaching, and training teachers, in yin yoga. She has completed an extensive teacher training course and commits to yearly study in yin yoga and yoga philosophy with Paul Grilley, known for developing yin yoga. Jee's teaching of group classes and teacher trainings is rooted in years of practice and study of a diverse range of yoga styles, functional anatomy, meditation, and yoga philosophy. She teaches with great attention to detail, an individualized approach, and a dose of humor. 

"sculpt your body, calm your mind and touch your soul."

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