The Structure

of Stillness:

A Yin Yoga Training Level 2

SEptember Sept 7/8 2019

Honor Yoga Princeton


The second of a 2-part series, this intensive training, for Yin practitioners and Teachers, is geared to discuss the more internal aspects of a Yin Practice. The basic foundation of the poses will not be covered with the same amount of detail as Level 1.
Yin yoga practice encourages balance in the physical, mental and emotional and realms. The long-held floor postures coax a movement of Chi throughout the body setting the ground for deep relaxation or a meditative state.

Deepening Topics

  • Beyond Anatomy; Subtle Body Part 2

  • Combining the Practice: Yin & Yang

  • Practical Application of the Subtle Body

  • Meridian Theory 2

  • Meridian Pathways, Emotional Connection and Seasonal Practices

  • Sequencing considerations

  • Yoga Nidra, Pranayama and Yin Yoga

  • Mindfulness Practices

Pre-requisite - Level 1: Foundations

About Ellen

Ellen is a YACEP with Yoga Alliance as well as E/RYT-500 through the Himalayan Institute and has been training yoga teachers for a decade.  She currently co-teaches both 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher trainings at Elevate Yoga. She actively mentors teachers on a private basis and in the past has been a part of YogaWorks 500-hour teacher training staff. Ellen has many online yoga videos with in Alignment-based, Restorative and Yin styles of yoga.  

Yin Yoga Testimonials:  

Big fan of Ellen Mosko. Not only is she super down to earth, a Mom and Wife, she has a great sense of humor and knows her stuff. She is easy to listen to. I took the opportunity to attend this past weekend's teacher training/workshop as an intro to Yin Yoga. Yoga for busy people... Yoga for people who are do-ers, who like to move and are accustomed to move- yet we moved very little. She taught us ways to slow the movement and use breathe to provide a little space and distance between situations in our days. I am not giving up the power hot yoga and bike riding although the Yin is a great complement for all especially those with injuries, surgeries etc who still want a practice. I look forward to bringing some of her teachings to my classes. We are here to teach, to learn, to share and repeat. Check out her page here.    Jennifer J.

Hi Ellen - Thank You for the wonderful Yin workshop, I Enjoyed it from start to finish. You made me feel so welcome, your presentation was delivered clearly and effectively.  You are a fantastic communicator, very easy to get us engaged with the information.  I look forward to doing more work with you.  -  Andy