50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training ~ Antibes, France
50 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Gemma Vassallo
Join me for an inspiring seaside Yin Yoga teacher training in beautiful Antibes, in the south of France.
La formation est en Anglais mais le manuel est disponible en Francais
All previous Paris trainings have all sold out. Book now to get your spot!
(New Paris dates are coming soon!)
I’m excited to bring this training to the South of France where we can learn in a relaxed setting with plenty of time for the beach and for exploring the gorgeous town Antibes. Antibes is a Mediterranean resort in the southeast of France, on the Côte d’Azur between Cannes and Nice. There are 48 beaches along the 25 km (16 miles) of coastline that surround Antibes and neighbouring town Juan les Pins. Hello Summer! Read more about Antibes below.
Please note that the tarif is for the training only and does not include transport to or accommodation in Antibes. This must be self organised. Read on for full details.
This course will run over 7 days in 2019 :
Sunday 25th August: 12h30 – 20h00
Monday 26th – Friday 30 August: 8h00 – 17h30
Saturday 31 August: 12h30 – 19h30
Please note full attendance is required to receive your completion certificate. Misses sessions will be made up by private class at an extra cost, or a certificate can be awarded for the number of hours completed out of the 50.
Expect deep, juicy yin yoga classes and comprehensive practical instruction each day in an intimate environment.
Topics covered during the course include:
- The key principles of yin yoga
- Yin asana theory
- Effective use of props (e.g., blankets, bolsters, straps) and practicing yin yoga at the wall
- Teaching styles, class sequencing and theming, including take-home sequences used in the training
- Introduction to human anatomy from a yin perspective
- Introduction to Chinese Medicine meridian theory of the 12 main meridians including qi (chi, energy) and yin/yang
- The five elements, chakra energy systems, myofascial trains an their relationship to Yin Yoga
- Meridian massage, some key acupuncture/pressure points and how to stimulate them
- Meditation theory and daily practice
- Mantra chanting
- Pranayama (breath control) during the yin practice
This training is open to yoga teachers who have completed any 200-hour yoga teacher training and who wish to begin teaching yin yoga. Regular practitioners of yin yoga or practitioners of other modalities (osteopaths, reiki, massage etc) who wish to deepen their practice and knowledge of yin yoga are also welcome.
You will receive a certificate at the end of the course for 50 hours of yin yoga teacher training. This program is recognised by YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider) and counts towards Yoga Alliance’s RYT continuing education requirements.
Samasthiti House of Yoga
4 Rue Paul Bourgarel, Antibes 06600, France
Course practices and lectures
Course manual (provided on first day of training)
Certificate of completion
What’s not included:
Transport to or in Antibes. You must organise your own transport
Accommodation (if required). You must organise your own accommodation. Think hotels or AirBnb
Textbooks and recommended readings
I will be creating a facebook page for the participants to connect and organise sharing accommodation, transport etc
What to bring:
The yoga studio is equipped with yoga mats, straps, bolsters, blocks and blankets, however you may like to bring your own.
It’s summertime and we’re next to the beach! Bring beach wear, sunscreen, hat etc to enjoy your free time.
Water bottle with lid
Pens and a notepad
Yoga clothes for each day of training
Your textbook (you will receive the name of the book once your booking is confirmed)
The serious stuff: Payment and cancellation policy:
100% payment is required to confirm your place. 50% of this payment is non-refundable.
For cancellations within five weeks or more of commencement date, all fees will be refunded less the non-refundable deposit.
For cancellations within four weeks of commencement date, no refund will be given.
Please note your payment is not transferable to another person or training program run by Gemma Vassallo or Earth to Fly Yoga Skool
Earth to Fly Yoga Skool Graduates (-10%): 720€
Full payment is required to secure your place.
50% of the fee is a non-refundable deposit.
Meet your teacher:
Gemma Vassallo is the Co-Founder of Earth to Fly Yoga Skool where she runs Yoga Alliance Certified 200-hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Trainings with Tatiana Avila-Bouru and their teaching team in Paris, France.
Gemma began her yoga journey in Sydney, Australia, her home town. She studied vinyasa yoga with many internationally known teachers including Baron Baptiste, Nicole Walsh and Simon Park, and soon after discovered her passion for Yin Yoga. She later began studying Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark, Melanie McLaughlin and Tiffany Cruikshank, and is scheduled to study with Yin Yoga pioneer, Paul Grilley, in 2019. Gemma has completed 180 hours of yin yoga teacher training courses plus countless hours of practical teaching experience and self-study. Her experience also includes nutrition and wellness coaching. Gemma brings a wealth of knowledge with her to her trainings and delivers it in a fun, inspiring way.
The ancient walled town of Antibes is one of the liveliest and prettiest on the French Riviera, with a relaxed beachy feel, a thriving superyacht port and a gorgeous old town of narrow cobbled streets, markets and cafes.
Famous for being home to the Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, Antibes certainly saw its fair share of glitz, glamour and a touch of the avant-garde though the 20th century. For those who love art, and for those who love Picasso in particular, there could be no better place than Antibes and the French Riviera to trace the master’s footsteps, and find the masterpieces and scandals he left in his wake.
Lying to the east of Cannes, it offers a calmer, more traditional place to spend some time. It has a wonderful old town centre with a covered market and plenty of little cafes where you can contemplate the world as it drifts by.