In this 100-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training , we meet these inquiries directly, drawing from the combined wisdom of traditional Hatha Yoga, Traditional Chinese Medicine & Taoist Five Element Meridian Theory, and the Mindfulness Meditation practices of Tibetan Buddhism.
Dr Jimi Wollumbin
Over the last 15 years of clinical practice Jimi has studied, worked, taught and presented across the globe. His journey has included internships and study exchanges in some of the world's most prestigious centres of learning, including: The Tibetan Medical Institute, Kottakal Ayurvedic Hospital & The Beijing China Japan Friendship Hospital. He is the founder & CEO of One Health Organisation, the world's largest holistic health care NGO, and has worked on a large number of wellness based international development & community health projects. He is a passionate and engaging speaker & has spoken on traditional medicine in a wide range of settings including the United Nations. As a Doctor of Chinese Medicine, he has a deep passion for integrating meridian & myofascial models of anatomy.
Rachel Ellery, a UK-trained Osteopath, specializes in teaching human anatomy and movement principles to yoga students/teachers from around the world. Her mantra “educating and moving the world one body at a time” stems from over 24 years of hands on experience and 14 years of teaching. Her passion to help others through touch and movement began while practising sports therapy in the UK and Caribbean. As part of her natural progression, Rachel studied for an honours degree from the British School of Osteopathy, where she graduated in 2000. Since then, Rachel has practised osteopathy, taught anatomy, osteopathic technique and other related workshops such as the importance of touch and cueing in the UK, New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia. Based in Bali, the healing capital of Asia, she travels to yoga schools across the globe to educate yoga students in the importance of human and functional anatomy encouraging them to develop their self-awareness, teaching and to enlighten others. She combines her extensive knowledge of sports therapy, osteopathy, pilates, yoga and experience into a unique interactive anatomy and movement class, that is both engaging and fun.
Lee Ann Heron ND
NATUROPATH, FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY EXPERT, MUM OF 3, YOGA TEACHER TRAINER Teaching: Yin Yoga Anatomy Lee’s yoga practice and naturopathic clinical practice dates back over 15 years. Lee specialises in women’s health, fertility and has a keen interest in functional anatomy and healthy movement patterns as well as meditation. You’ll find Lee featured in the upcoming Functional Approach to Yoga filmed in LA in March 2015 with Paul Grilley and leading workshops and teacher trainings around Australia, India, USA and Cambodia. When she is not travelling you’ll find her in her clinic in Perth, Australia and teaching at Yoga Tree Perth or playing ‘acro’ with her kids at the park or the beach! Lee is committed to sharing information on skeletal variation, body proportions, postural assessments, yoga asana, yin yoga and Yoga Tune Up® balls for proprioception, and functional goals of yoga asana in her private practice as well as leading workshops and the functional anatomy component of teacher trainings worldwide. Lee’s workshops and trainings are fun, interactive and give you tools that you can experience personally and immediately apply in a one on one or group setting!