Advanced Yin Yoga Teacher Training, June 2020

Yoga Hero / Advanced Yin Yoga Teacher Training, June 2020

Advanced Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course

Part of Yoga Hero’s 300 hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course

19th – 25th June 2020, 12:00 – 6:30pm

Prerequisite – Yin Level One with Angela Jervis-Read 


Yoga Hero’s 300 hour advanced yoga teacher training course is designed to take your yoga teaching to the next level, and beyond!

Deepen your understanding of Yin Yoga, fascia and Traditional Chinese Medicine, on this wonderful, immersive online training.

This 50 hour module can be attended as part of our 300 hour course, or on its own.

Course Content:

Review and Clarify

Chinese Meridian System

  • Where the channels are located
  • What their physical, mental and emotional qualities are
  • The āsanas that create the healthy movement of Qi through specific organ meridian pairs

Fascial Anatomy

  • Refresh your knowledge on the qualities of connective tissue
  • Review how to safely manipulate fascia
  • Make the connection that this is where East meets West
  • Fascia is the energetic channels that carry information in the form of QI (electromagnetic energy). We can manipulate, stimulate and restore this force with breath, intention and pressure. Invigorating the flow of Qi assists the healthy function of cells. All of these techniques are easily applied within the context of Yin Yoga.
Angela Jervis Read Yin Cobra

New Depths

Five Element Theory (Wuxing)

  • Learn the distinguishing qualities of the Wuxing and how they relate to our ability to adapt and integrate
  • Explore each element in detail to illuminate our own presence in the natural order of things

From My Way to the Middle Way

  • Familiarize yourself with your dominant element and the virtues we can apply to keep us stay on our path
  • Design a sequence that is just for you! The continuation of your efforts will help you to balance your unique approach to managing crisis.
    Realise how all of the elements relate and influence each other to accurately trace the pathology of a symptom back to it’s source

Practice and Application

  • Consolidate your knowledge with case studies
  • Trace the pathology of a system back to its source using the Five Element matrix
  • Construct sequences that directly impact common ailments like:
    • high blood pressure
    • digestive issues
    • skin conditions
    • depression
    • anxiety
    • exhaustion


Friday 19th June  – Thursday 25th June, 12noon – 6:30pm daily


The price is £775

For Yoga Hero Teacher Training trainees and graduates, the price is £700

Payment Plan

Payment in installments is available:

This can certainly be paid in installments as follows:
* £250 non-refundable deposit
* Balance to be paid by 1st June 2020

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If you book on to two modules of our 300 hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course, we will offer a 5% discount on the total cost

If you book on to three modules of our 300 hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course, we will offer a 7.5% discount on the total cost

If you book on to four modules of our 300 hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course, we will offer a 10% discount on the total cost

If you book on to all modules of our 300 hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course, we will offer a 15% discount on the total cost

Angela Jervis Read Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Angela Jervis Read Yin Cobra

How the Online Course Works

Prior to the course, Yoga Hero will confirm the technology used to deliver the course, but rest assured, there will be no fees for you to create an account with the chosen technology, nor will there be fees to ‘attend’ the lectures.

You will need a mini studio set up at home, with your PC / laptop / tablet / smartphone able to handle video conferencing technology, and you’ll want your yoga mat and ideally some props; a bolster, two bricks, a strap and a blanket, to be able to get the most from the lectures and the Yin Yoga classes.

We also recommend a decent internet connection, to ensure that there’s no connectivity issues during the course.

But that’s it!

Angela & Yoga Hero have been delivering courses online with great success; the ability to share documents, point out intricacies of the human body with detail, share vocal and written information and more has meant that information is easily conveyed, and therefore easily consolidated by trainees!

Please do let us know if you have absolutely any questions about the online format of the course:

More about Yin Yoga:

Who is Yin Yoga good for?

Postures are set up slowly and with a lot of attention and care to injuries and sensitive places. So Yin yoga is good for everybody! Whether you are a super fit athlete, a senior battling aches and pains or a stiff office worker – everyone can work together – in the same class. Yin yoga classes are often the busiest classes on schedules – you don’t have to choose between slow or fast, dynamic or easy – everyone will be challenged and get what they need in one place with one teacher. There are three paradigms that you can use to design a class – so pending on your audience you can pick and choose what ‘map’ you use.

Yin yoga helps to undo the postural mis-alignments that come from repeating a specific movement over and over again — like kicking a ball or swinging a racket. Most athletes stop playing their sport because of problems with their joints. Yin Yoga helps to realign bones where they meet ensuring a smooth articulation of bones at joints. An athletes career can be extended significantly practicing in the Yin way.

As we get older the spaces between our joints are diminished because of poor postural habits, repetitive movements, the force of gravity, negative emotional and mental states and the inevitable drying up of our tissues that comes with old age. As the spaces get smaller at joints we experience joint pain that often becomes arthritis. Yin Yoga creates space at joints – alleviating the discomfort that almost all elderly people experience.

Practice Yoga at Home

Office Workers
Sitting is the new smoking! Exercising the mind and ignoring the body is an all too common practice in office workers and academics alike. When we hold a siting position for extended periods of time we become ‘frozen’ in the shape. Shoulders roll forward, spines round and our hips become tight. The results are ‘carpel tunnel syndrome, back pain, arthritis, osteoporosis and poor circulation. Not to mention all the mental stress that manifests physically that is all too common amongst the ‘office’ population. Yin Yoga helps to ‘undo’ the holding patterns that become ingrained while sitting at a work station. Old aches and pains can be released once and for all by countering the ‘sitting’ position with yin positions. New postural habits will emerge and pain will be a thing of the past!


Trauma Survivors
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), emotions influence the way Qi moves through the meridians. This course will teach you the mental, emotional and physical qualities of the organ meridians, and teachers will learn how to manipulate and release emotional residue through Yin Yoga. There is a deep meditative quality to the practice because poses are held for a number of minutes. How the mind affects our physical body becomes apparent when we work in this way. Deep emotional releases are a common part of the practice for those that need them. We will also study the Indian Chakra system which mirrors the TCM model. These two systems are the ‘software’ or ‘maps’ that we will also study. We will also look at the ‘hardware” in the way of Western Anatomy, the nature of fascia and how the myofascial trains connect all the systems of your body and how they define your posture.


Stressed Out Students!
As mentioned above, we hold our emotional patterning in our fascia, so when we bring our attention to this tissue and create space and room for movement we ‘undo’ ourselves. We know no better way to ground a student, help them let go of negativity and shift their perspectives than the practice of Yin Yoga.

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Course Leader

Angela Jervis-Read

Angela Jervis Read Yin Cobra

Angela Jervis-Read E-RYT 500 has been immersed in the world of yoga since 1998. She stumbled upon the science while seeking out a way to manage her chronic back back. Within a only a few months of practising her physical pain and attitude towards life had shifted dramatically. It was at this time, that she realized, that her mission in life was to spread the magic of yoga around the world.

Known as a pain specialist , Angela’s intuitive nature fuels her ability to manipulate the relationship between mind and body. She holds a private practice in Toronto, where she works one-on-one with people suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, arthritis, repetitive strain injuries and other mental and physical discomforts. Compassion and kindness define her approach, setting her clients at ease — allowing for the greatest potential for change.

Sought out by studios around the globe, Angela leads international teacher trainings, retreats and workshops in the both the yin and vinyasa traditions.   She contributes to health and wellness magazines, has appeared on national television networks, speaks at conferences and is currently completing her first book.

Inspirations both and on and off the mat are: Jeannine Woodall, Hali Schwartz, Sarah Powers, Tom Myers and Rishi Sudhir of the Sampoorna Yoga School in Goa – India.



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Alternatively, email to ask any questions, or call 07743513225.

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Advanced 300 hour Teacher Training Course Information

The advanced yoga teacher training course comprises the following modules:


Advanced Yin: Diving deeper in to the myofascial lines, meridians, the chakras, and the relationship between the three along with five element theory
50 hours
Led by Angela Jervis-Read
19-25th June 2020, held online
Module repeated 18th – 24th June 2021, in Ibiza!


Advanced Training: Philosophy, Sanskrit and Chanting
100 hours
Led by Hali Schwartz
15th – 25th October 2020


Advanced Anatomy: Systems of the body; nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, respiratory, cardiovascular, and yoga’s impact on these
50 hours
Led by Pip Waller
Tuesday 20th – Sunday 25th April 2021


Advanced Anatomy: The musculoskeletal system in yoga; understanding the musculoskeletal system in asana, intelligent sequencing, accommodating common injuries and conditions
50 hours
Led by Angela Jervis-Read
Tuesday 18th – Sunday 23rd May 2021


Advanced Training: The business of being a yoga teacher
50 hours
Led by Holly Mcfee
19th – 24th October 2021


How it works:

Each module can be booked and attended individually, or attend 300 hours for the full 300 hour accreditation.

Modules will be re-run in 2021 and beyond, and new modules may be added at any point. All modules and their associated assessments must be completed within four calendar years in order to gain the accreditation.

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About Yoga Hero

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Hero has been established since March 2013. Initially, classes were ‘popping up’ in church halls, arts galleries, cafes, skateparks… you name it! Over time, we eventually found a beautiful home in Leeds Dock.

At Yoga Hero, we passionately believe in the value of continued learning, and we strive to provide an exceptionally high level of training, in all the courses that we offer, at the studio and internationally.

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