TantraTeacher Training Course

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Recently Meditation is getting a whole lot of attention. This Yoga  Meditation Teacher Training you will work on your flexibility while you integrate the ancient wisdom of the acupuncture meridians and the chi flow in a mindful meditative yoga practice. While initially, yin yoga can seem passive, there is actually quite a challenge in finding our edge in the poses and then holding them for a long time. By doing so we practice Daoist mindfulness principles while reaching into our deepest level of fascial tension. We ride the edges of our sensations with a gentle flowing Dan Tien breath, tuning in – like a surfer is riding the waves of the ocean. Here is a gateway to emotional healing and the releasing of energetic blockages.

In the teacher training you will go on a journey through all the Daoist elements. You will learn all about the ancient wisdom of the main acupuncture meridians and chi flow in the body. You will gain insight in each element and the correlating acupuncture meridians and organs. Find out more about their subconscious value and the applied body acupressure points and yin yoga poses to help balance those. You will learn about emotional healing and the releasing of energetic blockages in the asana.

You will get to know more about additional tools and different meditation techniques to support the Yin Yoga process. You will gain insight into the power of visualisation and breath, yoga nidra, mantras, mudras and chakras. To complete a basic understanding of yoga in all its variations you will also look into the Ayurvedic Dosha system and introduce different aspects of yoga philosophy and foundations like the Eight Limbs and Patanjalis yoga sutras.


Why you should join this course at Parimukti?


This is a life transforming journey for most people so we practice an attitude of non-judgement in all our training towards all fellow travellers around us. The training is not a competition as different people have different bodies and different level of expertise, from beginners to people already teaching.  We insist on creating a nurtuting mutually supportive and an inclusive learning environment for all our students.


History and people, 8 limbs of yoga, Patanjali yoga sutras, pranayama, chakras, mudras & mantras.

Morning class for self practice of different dynamic yang styles of yoga

You will be introduced to meditation techniques like silent sitting, movement meditations, heart meditations, and buddhist meditations.

Muscular and skeletal system, understanding fascia, compression vs tension, joints and their movements, aesthetic vs. functional alignment

Acupressure points for each meridian / asana, anatomy of the mind – mindfulness principles, the power of visualisation & Dan Tien breath, basics of Ayurveda – know your Dosha

Yin/ yang/chi defined, Theory of the 5 Daoist elements, 12 primary traditional Chinese Medicine organs & meridians, physical, energetic and emotional value, and functional aspects in the asanas

Intention / expression / context / tools

25 regular yin yoga asanas, additional upper body poses, wall poses and modifications, special situations / target areas, elemental sequences




  • 5th July 2019 at 11:00 am  – 29th July 2019 10:00pm
  • 4th August 2019 at 11:00 am  – 28th August 2019 10:00pm
  • 5th Sept 2019 at 11:00 am  – 29th Sept 2019 10:00pm
  •  1st Oct 2019 at 11:00 am  – 24th Oct 2019 10:00pm


  • 2nd Sep 2019 at 11:00 am  – 25th Sep​ 2019 10:00pm
  • 1st Oct 2019 at 11:00 am  – 24th Oct 2019 10:00pm
  • 1st Nov 2019 at 11:00 am  – 24th Nov 2019 10:00pm
  • 1st Dec 2019 at 11:00 am  – 24th Dec 2019 10:00pm
  • 2nd Jan 2020 at 11:00 am  – 26th Dec 2020 10:00pm
  • 1st Feb 2020 at 11:00 am  – 24th Feb 2020 10:00pm
  • 2nd Mar 2020 at 11:00 am  – 25th Mar 2020 10:00pm
  • 1st April 2020 at 11:00 am  – 24th April 2020 10:00pm

Sample Schedule

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