yt-logo-signatur-150-und-72Sat 24 June at 5 – 5.45 pm

We are thrilled to be once again hosting Yin Therapy teachers Markus Giess and Karin Sang in August 2017 for levels I & II (2 x 50hrs) of their four level 200hr Yin Yoga & Anatomy Teacher Training course.

If you are considering joining this training but are not quite sure about it and need some more information, please come along and join us  on Sat 24 June from 5-5.45pm.

This free info talk is a wonderful opportunity for yoga students and teachers alike to hear more about this Yoga Alliance certified teacher training programme. There will also be time for discussion and to answer any questions you may have regarding the training.

And if you have time you can stay along for the potluck dinner and free movie from the mat from 6pm onward.

Dates for the training:
1-6 August – Module 1 (50 hours)
9-14 August – Module 2 (50 hours)

More information about the training 



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Yin Therapy co-founders Markus Giess and Karin Sang are international yoga teachers completed their first teacher training with Power Yoga founder Bryan Kest and then extensively with Yin Yoga teachers and mentors Paul & Suzee Grilley, with whom Markus also assists.  Markus has also completed a teacher training with Insight Yoga founder Sarah Powers. 

Originally professional dancers, they combine their extensive experience in dance, performance, bodywork, traditional Thai massage, Reiki, meditation with over 10,000 hours of training and 25 years of teaching experience to offer their 200hour internationally certified Yin Yoga & Anatomy Teacher Training with an holistic and therapeutic approach combined with practical, hands on, experiential learning.  

Markus and Karin currently offer their teacher training courses and workshops throughout Germany, in Switzerland, Austria, Australia and New Zealand. Markus and Karin are known for their inspired, fascinating and fun style of shedding light on the yin side of yoga, their non-dogmatic style of teaching and making yoga anatomy entertaining, humorous and enlightening.