Yin Yoga Immersion Training


17, 18 & 19 February 2024

A Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Certified Course

I created this training for yin enthusiasts and yoga teachers who want to deeply explore the core principles of Yin Yoga and gain the confidence to teach it effectively.

-Kat Gregory

Why Yin Yoga Immersion Training?


Yin Yoga has accelerated in popularity over recent years. More studios are seeing the benefits of offering Yin Yoga on their schedules.  Often times, having the skill to teach Yin Yoga allows a teacher to maximise revenue by teaching back-to-back classes with traditional yoga.

The 25-hour training, delivered over a three-day weekend, will delve into the vast knowledge of yin yoga and its principles.  If you are already a teacher, this training will assist in delivering safe, informed and engaging Yin classes. With only sixteen places available, this small group training will ensure everyone feels acknowledged and seen. The course covers all the relevant areas of teaching such as anatomy, teaching skills and class planning. Not only that, but this training will also take you beyond the physical body.

The energetic side of the practice will be covered through Traditional Chinese Medicine philosophy, including the Meridians and the Five Elements. You will learn how to take your students on a journey into the esoteric realm with confidence. Also, gain valuable insights for yourself on and off the mat. If you are interested in delivering Dharma talks and philosophy into your classes, this course will give you great inspiration to do so.


Who Is This Training For?

This training is designed for both enthusiastic students of yin yoga and for certified yoga teachers who want to add a new skill to their teaching repertoire.

  • For enthusiastic students of yin yoga, this training will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practice of yin yoga. You will learn about the different postures, the use of props, and the sequencing of postures. You will also learn how to modify postures for your body type and levels of flexibility.
  • For certified yoga teachers, this training will give you the skills you need to teach yin yoga classes. You will learn how to create a safe and effective yin yoga class, how to cue students, and how to adjust postures. You will also learn how to integrate yin yoga into your existing yoga practice.

No matter your level of experience, this training will give you the tools you need to deepen your understanding of yin yoga and to become a more effective teacher.


YES! I Want to dive into Yin Yoga!

How Does This Certification Work?

*Certification Requirements

By February 29, 2024, you must do the following…

  • 100% attendance is required for the entire course – Thirteen hours each weekend.
  • A written review completed to assess how well the course content has been understood.
  • Written sequencing assessment to be taken after the course and completed within ten-days.
  • Pre-course recommended reading will count as non-contact hours. A reading list will be provided with the course welcome information.
  • Pay the course fee in full.

If you already have a 200-hour teacher training certification…

The Yin Yoga 25-hour course is all you need to begin teaching Yin Yoga right away!

This course is accredited towards your Yoga Alliance Continuing Education (CE) requirements.  A copy of your 200-hour certification is required upon application.  


If you do not have a 200-hour teaching certificate,

Non-teaching students with a keen interest to learn are welcome to participate. You will be awarded a ‘certificate of completion.’

*Your certificate will only be issued upon completion of assessments and payment of the course.

Other Recommendations

  • Have a regular (weekly) Yin Yoga practice either at a studio or through online platforms for at least six months prior to the course.
  • Have a good understanding of the English language, both verbal and written, as the course will be delivered in English only.
  • Be in good health to be able to sit for up to six hours a day. Any pre-existing health issues, injuries and surgeries must be declared on the student application form.

Course Outcomes

  • Sequence and teach Yin yoga classes.
  • Offer modifications and prop suggestions.
  • Understand the functional aspect of Yin, rather than aesthetic values.
  • Gain knowledge around the Meridians and Five Elements for philosophy
  • Deepen your own practice of Yin yoga.
  • Receive 25 hours of continued education (CE) points with Yoga Alliance.

Course Schedule (subject to change)

Saturday 17th:  9:45am to 4:30pm

Sunday 18th:  10:15am to 6:15pm (includes evening Yin practice)

Monday 19th:  10:30am to 7:15pm (includes evening Yin Yang practice)

Course Location

Beyondbeing Yoga – 32 Townshend Road, Subiaco, WA 6008


This training was made for me.



The Yin Yoga Immersion Training Curriculum

Your course will focus on the key elements of Yin Yoga that lead to well-structured, safe, and transformational classes.


Module 1 – Introduction to Yin Yoga

The introduction to yin yoga module will provide students with an overview of this slow-paced, passive style of yoga. Students will learn about the history of yin yoga, the benefits of yin yoga, and the basic principles of yin yoga practice.

Module 2 – Yin Yoga Functional Anatomy

This module will provide a comprehensive understanding of the anatomy of the body and how it is affected by yin yoga.  We will explore the different types of connective tissue in the body and how they can be targeted to releive stress and tension.  Specific areas of focus include the hips, spine, shoulders, legs, chest, neck, and abdomen.

Module 3 – Yin Yoga Teaching Methodology

This module explores the specific methods and approaches used to teach yin yoga. These methods include the use of The Seven Yin Yoga Archetypes, props, modifications, sequencing, theming, language, and teaching skills.

The methodology used to teach yin yoga is important because it can help to ensure that students are able to experience the full benefits of this practice safely and effectively. The right methodology can help students to relax, connect with their bodies, and release tension.

Module 4 – The Energetics of Yin

This module will explore the energetics of yin yoga from the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Students will learn about the five elements of TCM, the yin and yang meridians, and how these concepts relate to yin yoga practice.

The module will also introduce students to the concept of qi, or vital energy, and how it flows through the body. Students will learn how to assess their own qi levels and how to use yin yoga to balance their qi.

The Energetics of Yin is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about the energetic aspects of yin yoga. The module will provide students with a deeper understanding of how yin yoga can be used to balance the body’s energy and promote overall health and well-being.

What Will You Get?


25 Hours of In-Person Tuition


Personal feedback on your assessment 

Practice classes within the course structure and some extra classes at beyondbeing yoga

A comprehensive and professionally-designed course manual

Use of the studio yoga props

Complementary tea and coffee

BONUS: 75-Minute Mindful Yin Class

In this 75-minute Yin Yoga class, Kat guides you through the pillars or principles of mindfulness. There is time to ponder, reflect and draw the lines back to what is going on for you in the present time. An easily accessible class for all and beginner-friendly.

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Why Learn From Kat Gregory?

Yoga Alliance RYT 500, 200 E-RYT, Continuing Education Provider (YACEP)

Yoga Australia Level 3 -Senior Teacher

Kat first discovered yoga in 2008 and she knew from her first class she had found her passion. Yoga soon turned from a personal practice to a career for Kat. Since graduating from Bikram’s Yoga College of India Fall Teacher Training in 2011, Kat has taught in studios all around Australia and the UK. Kat now teaches a weekly schedule of public classes all around Perth. She has led many successful workshops and retreats, as well assisting as a facilitator/guest teacher on a number of yoga teacher training courses.

Over a twelve-year teaching career, Kat has expanded her teaching styles from Hatha to Yin and Vinyasa. Kat has studied with renowned international Yin Yoga teachers – Jo Phee, senior assistant to Yin Yoga’s founder Paul Grilley. Kat completed the only Yoga Alliance-approved 300-hour Yin program with Jo Phee over the past six years. Covering modules in Chinese Medicine, Acupressure, Qi Gong, Myofascial Release and Yin Yang. Kat is looking forward to continuing her studies with Jo toward an advanced 1000-hour diploma in Yin Yoga.

In 2019 and 2021, Kat studied with renowned teacher Sarah Powers in her Insight Yin/Yang Mindfulness Teacher Training Level 1 and 2 courses.

As well as training with many other inspirational Yin teachers Kat has completed over 500 hours of Yin and mindfulness training. Kat completed a 100-hour certification in Yoga for Embodiment & Healing, incorporating yoga for anxiety and depression, yoga psychology and trauma-sensitive yoga.

It’s Kat’s passion for energy, healing and metaphysics that makes her stand out from the crowd. She brings her knowledge as a Reiki Master and intuitive healer into her classes to assist students to gain a deeper understanding of energy and self-healing.

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