My online yin yoga training is CLOSING

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Attention yoga lovers!
I’m closing the doors to my Online Yin Yoga Teacher Training on April 30th, 2019.
Rest assured, this isn’t forever.
I’ll be re-opening registration on November 1st, 2019. I’ll be re-launching it with brand new content based on requests and feedback from students currently enrolled! New lessons, classes and training manual updates.
Since new content will be added, the price will also be a bit higher. (Price not yet disclosed)
For this reason, if my training was something you already had on your radar I would recommend signing up now and locking in the current rate. (Current cost is $489 USD which can be paid over three months)
All students automatically get access to the new content that gets added yearly 🙂 Once you’re in, you’re in for life! You can start and stop the program at your own pace, there’s really no rush.
From now on you can expect that same open/close schedule. Registration will always be opening on November 1st with new content and will stay open for 6 months, it will then close down for 6 months.
This course offers all the benefits of online instruction, without sacrificing the personal touch of in-studio classes. Not only can you complete the training on your own time, but our comprehensive curriculum will effectively prepare you to teach students at every stage of their practice.
By joining this 30 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training program, you will receive:
  • 20 video lessons
  • 8 yin yoga classes
  • a copy of my book “Yin Yoga: Stretch the Mindful Way” sent to you by mail
  • a 100-page PDF teacher training manual
  • final quiz
  • certificate of completion
  • teacher and community support
  • Lifetime access to new content
The course is a 30 hour continuing education course. Yoga teachers can submit the certification to Yoga Alliance for 20 non-contact hours. You DO NOT need to be a yoga teacher to join, it’s open to everyone!


This is not a 200 hour YTT, it is a yin specific training. Teachers can use this training to start offering yin classes and students can use it to deepen their knowledge and home practice.
Namaste yogis!
Kassandra

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