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Contains 3 sessions
plus a combination session
(Intermediate to advanced levels)
The purpose of The Yin Yoga Institute is to:
*Promote a standard of excellence in teaching the art of yin yoga
*Familiarize yin yoga teachers with the spirit of the art
as it is intended by the founder to be taught
*Provide a public data base of Registered yin yoga teachers
*Offer the only officially yin yoga teacher certification courses
authorized by the founder
The Yin Yoga Institute is the official source of information
on the only Yin Yoga Teacher Certification courses
authorized by the founder Paulie Zink.
Learn about Master Zink's Yin Yoga Teacher Certification Courses
Trailer to Paulie Zink's Yin Yoga Basics instructional DVD
(Recommended for beginner to intermediate levels)
The purpose of Yin yoga is to restore our innate ability
to move with fluidity, power, and grace.
“I took from Paulie Zink one weekend yin yoga workshop and I learned more in that one weekend
then I did in all of my yoga teacher trainings!!!”
The Yin Yoga Institute has been established by Paulie Zink,
the founder of Yin yoga to provide guidelines in Yin yoga teacher training and to establish a standard of excellence in the art.
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Then I took a yin yoga workshop with Paulie Zink. He reminded me why I fell in love with yoga in the first place. At his weekend workshop he told me I can do anything I set my mind to, and that there aren’t any limits to what I am capable of accomplishing [within reason]. He showed genuine care and interest, and had an energy that just radiated throughout the room. He is an example of the type of teacher I hope to be: one who inspires. And one day, I will do the splits!”
About Theory on Anatomy
By Joe Lanzarotta, M.D.
It is not possible to predict what a person may physically accomplish by observation, medical examination, X-ray of skeleton, MRI or other imaging devices. (This of course assumes we are not talking about ever being able to bench press a tractor trailer!)
This may not apply to someone who has a congenital physical deformity or a post traumatic physical deformity. The question of being able to perform any physical posture is not dependent on bone structure for the most part, but far more on the amount of time devoted to practicing.
I strongly discourage any concept by teachers or students about what can and cannot be accomplished. The heart of the practice of yoga rests completely in the word "practice", it is not measured in what external physical form is demonstrated. We have all seen individuals who through genetics and practice can do outrageous physical contortions, but have no spiritual awareness and we have seen individuals whose wisdom, compassion, and love are endless who have never heard of downward facing dog.
My response to a student who would ask if he/she would ever be able to do a particular asana, would be practice from the heart with compassion, diligence and persistence and ask me that question in another 20 years.
The Yin Yoga Institute Preserving the Spirit