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Sunshine House is part of the NGO Metta-morphosis.

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Module 3 with Biff Mithoefer

14th - 19th September 2018

 About

STORYTELLING

Storytelling is the most ancient of the healing arts. The way of the storyteller is about more than just telling stories. At it’s core it is a way of seeing and interacting with the world through the stories that are constantly unfolding inside and around us.
Classic teaching stories remind us that our lives ebb and flow; always moving between our youth stories, that teach us to triumph; our mid-life stories, that help us to transform, and our elder stories that remind us that eventually triumph and transformation must give way to transcendence and acceptance.

Course content

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In these Storytelling workshops we explore the path of the storyteller. Through classic stories we will look at how our own life stories can become our teaching stories, and how as teachers, parents and humans, storytelling helps us share the truth of our own experience.
As part of unfolding our stories we will use Yin Yoga, body meditations and sacred sound to look within our own bodies at the places where we so often hold our deepest truths.

 

This training is a stand-alone training, and is open to anyone who has taken Level 1 or Level 2 Yin Yoga Teacher Training as well as any dedicated yoga students or teachers who are interested in deepening their practice.
You don’t need to be a teacher or even experienced in Yin, just come with an open heart and a willing mind.
You will receive a certificate of completion in a 50 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training.

 

Daily Programm

7.00 - 8.30 Creative Flow Yoga with Betty
breakfast
10.00 - 13.00 Yin Yoga T.T.
lunch break/ beach/ siesta
16.00 - 19.00 Yin Yoga T.T.
dinner
20.30 - 22.00 Quite Yin Class or/ and Kirtan


portrait Biff Mithoefer

Biff Mithoefer teaches Yin Yoga Teacher trainings and workshops in the U.S and Internationally.
He is a 500-E Yoga Alliance registered teacher and has trained and taught extensively with Don & Amba Stapleton, and has studied Yin Yoga and anatomy with Paul Grilley.
He has studied shamanism with teachers of the Shapibo tradition of Eastern Peru, and is a student of cross-cultural shamanism, as taught by Angeles Arrien. Biff is the author of The Yin Yoga Kit and co-author of The Therapeutic Yoga Kit.
Biff is a founder and director of the Jamtse Sponsorship Project, for the support of Tibetan refuge children. He lives in Vermont with his Family.

 

Betty Papadopoulou

Betty was born in 1970 in Greece. Has been a High School Teacher for 12 years.
She is studying and practicing Tai Chi since 2001 and Yoga since 2004, Thai Yoga Massage, Osteothai, Chi Nei Chang, Cranio Sacral Theraphy. She is a Vipassana meditator.
At 2011 she did her TTC at Yin Yoga with her teacher and friend Biff MIthoefer and since then she is organizing and being part of the Yin TTC's in Greece.
She has practiced contemporary dance for 6 years, continues her research through Dance Therapy Schools, "Singing art therapy Werbec - Steiner Anthroposophic Medicine School", "Gestalt Institute of San Francisco", "Vinyana -end of life care".
She feels inspired by many philosophies and cultures, especially Buddhism, applying Buddhism, Taoism and the Indignant Traditions.
She wishes to teach and live in a way that empowers the yin energies to sprout and bring more balance and peace to the Global community of Souls.
Betty uses her drum, guitar and voice to connect with the clear rhythm of the heart.
She spent four years cooperating with amazing people in Uganda and Burundi in which they created a “You Create Your Own Reality Program, through Creative Arts and Fairy tales" for the children and the youth of the area.
She offers continuous education through Yin Yoga TTC and teaches "Basic Thai Yoga Massage and the Yin" Courses.

The seminar will begin at the first day at 18.00 with dinner and at 19.30 we will have our first Quite Yin Practice.

For more info and registration please contact Betty at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.