TCM Module

Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Traditional Chinese Meridian Module (50hr) with Josh Summers, E-RYT 500, YACEP, Lic. Ac.

The 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Traditional Chinese Meridian Module is a comprehensive training in the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine and its application to the practice and teaching of Yin Yoga. This module is open to serious students and teachers of Yin Yoga who are interested in integrating the profound energetic aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine into their practice and teaching of Yin Yoga.

The 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training Traditional Chinese Meridian Module will include:

Students will receive a certificate of training which is eligible for Continuing Education Credit (50hrs) with the Yoga Alliance. This Traditional Chinese Meridian Module is a core module of the Summers School of Yin Yoga and can be applied towards the 200-hour and 300-hour certification program.

Here’s how the program works:

1. Register for the module. Fee (includes manual): €590 early bird, €740 thereafter (early-bird pricing expires 30 days prior to the start date of the training).
You will receive:

2. Prepare. One of the unique features of the Summers School of Yin Yoga is that each of the core Training Modules has an online course component. The online course will prepare you to arrive at the live training with a solid foundation of the theory and practice covered in each module, allowing us to start at a higher level in our time together in the intensive.

Upon registration, you’ll get a 90-day free access pass to the online course (a $125 value).

Please note: you will need to complete the online course, including a short quiz, before attending the live teacher training module. Estimated time to complete the online course: 5-10 hrs.

You will receive an exclusive access code to the online course via email after signing up (please allow up to a week for processing).

Course Readings

Required texts: Readings will be assigned during the online course, as well as during the live training.

Wood Becomes Water, Chinese Medicine in Everyday Life, Gail Reichstein

Suggested texts

The Spark in the Machine, Daniel Keown

The Web That Has No Weaver, Ted Kaptchuk


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