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(ENG) 50-hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training with David Kim

February 28, 2020 @ 8:30 am - March 8, 2020 @ 5:00 pm

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Level 1: Yin Yoga Foundations (30hours)

Date: 28 February – 2 March, 2020 (Friday – Monday)

Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm

Yin Yoga is quickly becoming one of the most influential styles of yoga in the world.  A much-needed counterbalance to Power or Vinyasa styles, Yin exercises our body and mind through longer, passive postures that apply gentle stress to our joint tissues via bodyweight and gravity.

Yin anatomy combines Eastern and Western perspectives by highlighting the unique potential – rather than standardized “norms” — of our bodies.   This course empowers teachers to move beyond rote verbal cues and aesthetically “pretty” poses, by developing a sharper eye for different body types and a more spacious understanding of asana.   We will learn how to develop a meditative classroom space that coaxes students to see beyond their habitual distractions, where most suffering originates.

In this 30-Hour Foundations Course, you will learn:
• Fundamental Yin Yoga Postures, Modifications, and Sequences
• Functional Anatomy Focused on Skeletal Variations, Proportions, and Connective-Tissue Research
• How To Understand Bodies, Instead of Memorizing Poses
• How To Integrate Mindfulness Into Asana and Meditation
• How To Integrate a Yin Approach Into Yang-style classes


Level 2: Myofascial Release & Restoratives (20 Hours)

Date: 6-8 March, 2020 (Friday – Sunday)

Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm

This 20-Hour module will introduce the working concept of Myofascial Meridians, and their role in communicating and transmitting stress forces along key longitudinal “tracks” of the body, which directly impact our posture and ease of movement.   We will explore these tracks through the Myofascial-Release technique of ball rolling —  a targeted approach to maintaining the suppleness of our connective tissue and to preventing fascial adhesions.  Ball-rolling is a particularly effective form of both experiential “body-mapping” and self-massage, reinforcing the gentle stimulus cultivated in Yin Yoga.

Moving further along the Yin spectrum, this module will introduce the fundamental principles and techniques of Restorative Yoga, and its profoundly soothing effect on the Nervous System.  We will examine the extensive use of props to completely support and pacify the body, and offer practical examples of how to integrate Restorative postures within the context of a Yin class, while still delineating the different intentions of each system.  Restoratives are particularly effective for both self-practice and private sessions, and offer an underutilized professional opportunity for teachers to diversify their public-class offerings.


Level 1 (30 hours Yin Yoga Foundations):

Date: 28 February – 2 March, 2020 (Friday – Monday)

Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm


Level 2 (20 hours Myofascial Release & Restoratives)

Date: 6-8 March, 2020 (Friday – Sunday)

Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm


Location: The Yoga Room 4/F Studio



Level 1: Early Bird Price: $5,600 HKD ; Regular Price: $6,500 HKD

Level 2: Early Bird Price: $3,800 HKD ; Regular Price: $4,300HKD

Level 1+2: Early Bird Price: $8,500 HKD ; Regular Price: $10,000HKD

*Early-bird discount until 15 January 2020


About David Kim:

David Kim (500 E-RYT) is a Senior YogaWorks and Yin Yoga Teacher Trainer, who leads trainings, workshops, and yoga events all over the world. A Brown University graduate, David began his career as a New York journalist, and later worked as a Script Analyst for Universal Pictures in Hollywood before embracing full-time yoga teaching. Mentors Paul & Suzee Grilley inspired David’s YogaWise Yin Yoga trainings, and early trainings with Annie Carpenter, Lisa Walford, Sarah Power, Ana Forrest, Jill Miller, and Shiva Rea were key influencers in his Vinyasa teachings. David honors his foundational Krishnamacharya-lineage studies, with the Iyengar family in India (2007) and Ashtanga founder Sri K. Pattabhi Jois during Jois’s American tour (2005) and continues to explore yoga’s evolutionary frontiers with anatomy trailblazers Gil Hedley, Robert Schleip, and Tom Myers.


David’s thoughtful, challenging classes employ creative sequencing, precise instruction, and a philosophical attitude informed by his Mindfulness meditation practice. One of five original teachers for the video-streaming website, David offers numerous online yoga videos, some of which may be found on and the YogaWorks YouTube channel. David dedicates his teachings to the students and loved ones who inspire and teach him every day.  Learn more at


Please drop us an email at / call 2544-8398 / whatsapp 6685-9097 (Click to start chat) for details.
Booking can also be made directly through our office, please contact us.
Please note that once paid, no refund will be offered on training and workshops.
All the training hours can be counted as Yoga Alliance Continuing education hours.
Full participation of training hours is required to obtain certification.





February 28, 2020 @ 8:30 am
March 8, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
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