Meditation/Philosophy Module 3


Build and sharpen your ability to concentrate by applying and sustaining
(Merging Asanas, Pranayama and Dharana)

Practice different meditation technique to collect the mind
(Diaphragmatic breathing, Anapanasati)

Progress Towards an absorption of the mind
(Developing Samatha or the practice of meditative quiescence)

Balance and tune your energy level in the practice
(Standing Tonify/Meditating Daoist posture)

Teaching Methodology

The Tattvas of the Yin practice
(The principles and qualities of the practice)

Define Ekagrata or one-pointedness of mind
(Lead your practice & teaching with one intent )


Exploring Samadhi Pada Patañjali first chapter of the Yoga Sutras
(The meditative absorption or the definition of Yoga)

Patañjali analysis of Yoga
(“Yoga Citta Vritti Nirodha” exposed)

Samkhya or the framework of Patanjali
(From Prakriti to Purusa)

Studying the 5 hindrances to meditation
(The obstacles to meditation and how to overcome them)

Investigate the Samatha Path
(Lecture on the Jhanas or 8 levels of absorption)


Yin Yoga healed me!

“Following the Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Sebastian and Murielle was just a blessed experience. Prior to this training i had a complex surgery on my neck which compromised my teaching and daily practice. Also my mind/body connection was changed. The practice of Yin Yoga attuned me to a more subtle energy, allowing me to deal with the difficult and painful healing process. My confidence came back and i quickly recovered some strength and range of motion. I am so thankful for this opportunity to delve deeply within myself, helping me to carry on with my life, taking time to unfold past trauma. Yin Yoga is providing the energy necessary to carry on with my teaching and most importantly is giving me peace of mind keeping me in balance with the yin and the yang of life.”

Heartfelt gratitude to Murielle & Sebastian.

 Luz Lovern— Pilates, Yoga Teacher

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