Yin Yoga Teacher Training:
Myofascial Release, Fascia Study & Spine Anatomy
With Jo Phee
Guest lecture: Dr. Robert Schleip
03rd – 9th of July 2018, Tuesday – Monday
65 hours, 7 days
***Teaching language: English***
Myofascial Release & Fascia Study
- Myofascial release: theory & practice
- Trigger points
- Ball techniques & sequencing
- Fascial bouncing
- Fascial fascial
- Anatomy of fascia
- Fascia as sensory organ
- Causes of fascia dysfunctions
- How to prevent adhesions
- Fascia behaviour in Yin Yoga
- Fascial manipulation (Manual Therapy)
Anatomy of Yoga (spine)
- Skeletal Variations
- Six movements of the spine
- Dysfunctions & treatments
- Posture Analysis Lab
- Theory & Practice
- Classic Yin poses & prop usage
- Sequencing & Teaching Methodology
- Yin & Myofascial Release Sequencing
- 03rd – 09th of July 2018, Tuesday – Monday
- 8am – 1pm
- 2.30pm – 5.30 pm
- Immersion: 1450€/ 1295€*
- *Early bird Preis available with booking & payment until 30rd of April 2018.
- Booking & payment details: email@example.com
- Tel. 0049 (0)30 / 53796124
Senior Assistant to Yin Yoga founder, Paul Grilley
Jo Phee is a senior trainer for Yin Yoga teachers around the world. A long-time student and senior teaching assistant to Yin Yoga founders, Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers, Jo was one of the first Yin Yoga teachers trained by Paul and Sarah 12 years ago.
To date, she has spent up to 2500 hours of study apprenticeship with them, and was personally tutored by Paul to teach his entire teacher training curriculum. She continues to receive teaching mentorship with them every year and updates her teaching curriculum according to their latest offerings. With 17 years of yoga experience, Jo has accumulated more than 10,000 hours of teaching public Yin classes before she became a full time travelling teacher.
Brought up solely with Chinese Medicine from childhood by her Taoist parents, Jo has been familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) all her life. All of her initial education on TCM was based on practical knowledge passed down from generations in her Chinese family. To add theoretical basis to her personal experience, Jo went on to study at the Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has completed an Acupuncture Meridians course with Dr Susan Stumpf and has studied Medical Qigong with Master Tan Soo Kong.
Driven by a profound interest in functional anatomy and fascial studies, Jo has been attending human cadaver dissection labs every year in the United States and Europe. She has performed numerous full body dissections, including a dedicated neuroanatomical dissection of the brain and spinal cord, and has had the opportunity to study up to 30 cadaver specimens to date. Jo obtained her Myofascial Release Therapy training in the USA and has studied with renowned scientists and anatomists in the fascia field in America and Europe. She has attended fascia school twice, at the Ulm University Germany and the Anatomical Institute of Leipzig University. She has recently participated in the 4th International Fascia Research Congress held in Washington DC. Jo is a founding member of the Fascia Research Society, where she is constantly kept up-to-date with the latest science and education in fascia research.
Jo’s teachings are a blend of the science of Western Anatomy fused with Eastern Medicine and Philosophy. She resides in Singapore but spends majority of the year traveling around the world delivering Yin Yoga Teacher Training programs. She has taught more than 60 Yin Yoga Teacher Trainings around the world.
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Dr. Robert Schleip
Director of Fascia Research, University of Ulm, Germany
Dr. Robert Schleip (*1954 in Göppingen) is a human biologist and psychologist. existence Field of expertise is fascial research.
Schleip completed his psychology studies at the University of Heidelberg in 1980. 1977-1983 he trained as a Certified-Advanced-Rolfer and 1984-1987 as a Feldenkrais teacher. In 2006 he received his doctorate in human biology from the University of Ulm. His doctoral thesis on active fascial contractility was awarded the Vladimir Janda Prize for Musculoskeletal Medicine.
Schleip was co-initiator of the first International Fascia Congress 2007 at the Harvard Medical School in Boston (1st Fascia Research Congress), which marked the breakthrough for modern fascia research, as well as the subsequent congresses. He was a member of the scientific committee at all events in this series. Schleip has been Director of the Fascia Research Group, Division of Neurophysiology at the University of Ulm since 2008. Schleip was and still is the organizer of the event „CONNECT – Connective Tissues in Sports Medicine“ in 2013 and 2017 together with the sports physician Prof. Jürgen Steinacker. He is also Executive Research Director of the European Rolfing Association, Vice President of the Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation, and Board Member of the Fascia Research Society.
As a lecturer he lectures in physiotherapy, orthopaedics and training science. He is the author and publisher of specialist publications on the subject of „Fascia“ and is present in the media on this subject.