The Three Treasures
Jing, Qi, & Shen
May our study be enlightening...
Yin Yoga is so much more than asana – it's also a platform for growth and transformation. If we want to help our students build up the inner resources to meet life's challenges, then we have to share the practices that train them up.
According to the Taoists, Qi originates from the Tao and permeates all manifest things. A life form is comprised of three essential types of Qi, and each as a unique roll to play in our health and longevity.
In this workshop, you'll learn how our lifestyle enhances or depletes these energies and how Yin Yoga can affect them. You'll learn how to accurately talk about Qi and weave these essential teachings into your classes.
Register for this workshop through June 8, 2020.
In this 2hr online workshop, we'll explore the following:
- What is Qi and where does it come from?
- The three main levels of Qi: Jing (Essence), Qi (Energy), and Shen (Spirit)
- How these energies relate to one another and influence our health and wellbeing
- How to accurately talk about Qi and how Yin Yoga affects it in your classes
- How to bring these concepts into your sequences and classroom dialogue
Your Investment Includes:
Jennifer brings a compassionate approach and talent for making complicated material accessible and interesting. You'll get lifetime access to the following:
- 2hr live, online workshop via Zoom (plus recording)
- Printable workshop notes with key terms and diagrams
- Additional handouts and recommended resources
Jennifer O'Sullivan has been teaching yoga and meditation in the Washington, DC area for fifteen years after completing her first training in 2004. She has studied with exemplary yoga teachers from a number of disciplines but is most influenced by Don and Amba Stapleton of Nosara Yoga Institute and Sarah Powers. Jennifer is also greatly inspired by the mindfulness teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh and Bhante Gunaratana. She is endorsed by her primary teacher Sarah Powers to teach Insight Yoga, a heart-centered approach that weaves together yoga, Taoism, Buddhism and spiritual psychology.
A teacher's teacher, Jennifer has co-led 200hr teacher trainings and she currently leads her own 50hr Foundations of Yin Yoga & Mindfulness Teacher Training throughout the mid-Atlantic US. She is a mentor in the Insight Yoga Institute and an assistant to Sarah Powers. You can view her complete bio at: www.sati.yoga.