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  • Yoga Yard 17 Gongti Beilu Beijing China (map)

Introduction for teachers of Yin Yoga - a path to share

The Power of Yin is an exploration of feminine power as it expresses through our inner life and energy. Like the subtle pull of the moon, Yin energy is receptive, magnetic and potent by its quality of being. In contrast, Yang, like the sun is an active, doing, outgoing masculine energy.

Generally people do not have sufficient language for expressing what we feel and sense inside, even though our instinctual wisdom is all the time attempting to guide us in our lives. Tapping into our embodied knowing - the power of Yin - supports us to take wise actions in the world, a natural outcome of balanced Yin and Yang.

In the POY teachings we look at how we were formed and shaped throughout our lives by a combination of inherited influences and daily choices. You will discover how Yin is an invisible hidden power, something to tap into and awaken through conscious intent.

Yin power is a feminine power which is awakening across the world right now. As we open to this new way of being and learn to fill our Yin reservoirs through restorative practice, we will naturally contribute to nourishing our collective potency as women. As we refresh our true energy we can gather the power we need to flow with our larger life possibilities. When the volume of Yin is strong in our bodies, like a river full of water, the propelling action of the current can more easily transform blocks on our path to nourish the unfolding of our destiny.

Revealing a life of purpose and meaning and showing up to what life is offering, is a day by day step by step journey - there is no magic door ! Opening to the receptive power of Yin prepares us to welcome the inspiration of the unseen and call it into being.

Seven Steps

In the Power of Yin journey we introduce seven steps to help us engage feminine power. Step 1 We look at Life as a journey emerging from the Source essence, step 2 embodied in the deep Reservoirs, step 3 enlivened by the power of Flow, step 4 revealed through the strength of Presence, step 5 grounded in the Earth step 6 nourished by how we Mother ourselves and hold sacred space at home, step 7 partnered by ‘Great Mystery’

The Power of Yin is a path to healing - about letting go to let come. You will be guided into the enjoyment of opening to deep rest and finding how strength that emerges with softening, yielding and surrendering as a way of being.

The foundation for this series are simple teachings from traditional Chinese medicine. You will be introduced to language and frameworks which can help you understand your place in the universe. To embody the teachings we practice restorative Yoga to juice up the internal organs and refresh the deep flows of blood and Qi. To integrate your insights and apply the teachings to your life and journey, we offer a series of guid- ed reflections . All teachings are valuable and easy to share

As a whole you will discover a new language system and a way of being which
engages life from the inside out. There is a rapidly growing global community of women and Yin men changing the face of the world. We invite you to join us in sharing healing conversation about how to engage your destiny by getting to know your unique flow. Join our You Being You global community, help us help many to embrace the sacred feminine as a remedy for over use of the do-do, go-go Yang-style culture !

Limited to 40 people. Book early !


"Cameron shows us that we all exist on a spectrum. It is one thing to know who we are and what we’re capable of doing now, but another to awaken the potential of what we can become. This ability to help awaken one’s own potential is the true gift of a good teacher, and Cameron is one of the rare, real teachers".

– Mimi Kuo-Deemer, Co-founder and Co-Director, Yoga Yard, Beijing.

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