Take your YIN to another level!
In this training, led by Samantha Lawrence, Lisa Reeder, & Raymond Tapia, you will learn about anatomy, alignment, the subtle energy body, philosophy, breath practice, meditation, yin poses, the use of props, how to guide students through a yin practice, and more!! This training is suitable for all levels of practitioner and no prior teacher training experience is required.

 

Schedule is:
Wednesdays 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturdays 9:00am – 5:30pm
Sundays 9:00am – 4:30pm

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Meet Your Team!

 


Samantha Lawrence 

Samantha started her yoga career after working as a musical theatre professional in 2011 in Chicago where she gained invaluable experience in teaching, facilitation, and management at Corepower Yoga. Since then, she has led numerous Teacher Training programs, Boot Camp and Wellness programs, and worked in studio operations of 3 yoga studios in the Chicago and Boulder regions. In addition to teaching yoga, Samantha is also a Certified Professional Life and Development Coach, Kirtan leader, and currently getting certified as a Pre & Post Natal Corrective Exercise Specialist. Samantha is trained in formats such as PodFlow, PodFIT, PodHOT, and Yin. Enjoy a thematic approach to her classes providing an intentional and challenging physical practice balanced with the spiritual and emotional benefits that yoga has to offer.


 

Lisa Reeder

Lisa is a teacher at heart having taught high school Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students for 12 years. She began teaching yoga in 2014 and believes that yoga has transformational power beyond the mat. Lisa teaches weekly classes at Corepower Yoga, is the co-owner of Deaf Yoga Rocks, which brings together the Deaf, Hard-of Hearing and Hearing communities through the practice of yoga and is the co-owner of Wild Souls Yoga, which offers inspiring women’s workshops and retreats. It is her goal to encourage people of all ages to continue to dream big, be fearless and love beyond imagination.


Raymond Tapia

Stumbling upon the healing practice of yoga was the catalyst for immense change in Raymond’s life. He first dedicated himself to his practice in 2014 with the hope to calm his anxious mind and restore health to his physical body. His journey towards healing naturally led him to explore his practice deeper by completing his first 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2016 and his second in 2017. Inspired by the liberation of yoga, Raymond has passionately set out to share the benefits of this transformational practice with others who also wish to restore their mental and physical well being. Linking the rhythm of breath and movement Raymond works to create meditation in motion by offering incremental and inclusive flows that allow his students to feel safe, supported, and encouraged to explore their body through a greater sense of awareness and acceptance.