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Mindful Yin Yoga Online

Deepen your understanding of the practice and instruction of Mindful Yin Yoga.

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Develop a consistent yin yoga and meditation practice


Mindful Yin Yoga Online is a program that teaches you everything you should know about Yin Yoga.

Lessons are broken into physical practices, videos, audio recordings, readings, and worksheets.

Yoga students and teachers of any skill level will find this training helpful and unique because of Jennifer’s extensive training and practice of Buddhist mindfulness and related heart cultivation practices as well as her specialized knowledge of the energetic or subtle body as described by Traditional Chinese Medicine. These areas of knowledge deeply inform her instruction of Yin Yoga.


Sign Up and Receive:

  • Over 30 video tutorials on topics related to yoga, yin yoga, Chinese Medicine, breath, meridians, anatomy, mindfulness, and more.
  • Readings, handouts, and worksheets, to accompany the video tutorials
  • Weekly emails and guides with complete instructions
  • Full length downloadable yin yoga practice videos
  • Guided downloadable audio meditations
  • Links and resources to stay focused and inspired after the training is finished


"I am thrilled with the quality of the materials and the delivery of the videos. Jennifer’s teachings are clear and balanced and I think that this teaching has come to me at the ‘just the right time’. Loving every second and so grateful to work at my own pace. Thank you for putting this course together."

— Kristin Thygesen

Mindful Yin Yoga Online Includes:

Yin Yoga Basics

  • Introduction to Yin Yoga theory and its benefits
  • Overview of the history of yoga
  • Coverage of Yin Yoga postures & modifications/variations
  • Postures for all levels
  • Anatomy specific to yin yoga
  • Complete Yin Yoga sequences
  • Help developing a personal home practice

Meridian Energetics

  • Explanation of the meridian/organ systems
  • Thorough coverage of the five elements according to Traditional Chinese Medicine and how they relate to yin yoga
  • Additional information related to Chinese Medicine, the five elements and nutrition and lifestyle changes you can make to support your yoga practice

Mindfulness

  • Mindfulness meditation instruction and practice
  • Heart cultivation practices to support the yin yoga practice
  • Exploration of breathing practices to use during your yoga session
  • Exploration of common issues that arise as a yoga teacher and how to skillfully work with students

Your Instructor


Jennifer Raye
Jennifer Raye

Jennifer Raye is a licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. acupuncturist, holistic nutritionist, and ERYT 500 (experienced) mindful yoga and meditation teacher.

With over a decade of practice and serious full time study Jennifer has completed thousands of hours of training with a special emphasis on yin yoga and contemplative practices. Jennifer also holds her doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She maintains a private medical practice and has been faculty at a number of educational institutions including Pacific Rim College of Integrative Medicine.

She currently teaches yoga therapy teacher trainees in addition to a number of ongoing classes, retreats, workshops, mentorships and teacher trainings related to yoga, nutrition, psychology, and mindfulness.

Jennifer has worked with thousands of students and clients all over the world. Those who work with Jennifer appreciate the warm container she provides which allows them to dive deeply into physical, emotional, and spiritual well being.

For more info about Jennifer visit: jenniferraye.com


Jennifer has really done an outstanding job of making this engaging and informative at the same time. It is one of the best overview’s of yoga & yin history that I have encountered. Thanks for making this available online!

~ Joy Volkan, Nova Scotia

I have greatly enjoyed my weeks of training with you. I remember the excitement from when I signed up - and that excitement held throughout the entirety of this training.

I have grown confident in my knowledge of the meridian systems - even finding a few tender acupressure points on my husband, thanks to you!!! Yin yoga, is certainly a love of mine, and has taken my teaching and practices to an entirely new level. I have learnt so much, about myself, the body! - ITS ALL SO AWESOME!

Thank you for all that you have shared with me, and many others throughout this training! And for starting my Yin Yoga journey!!!

~ Stephanie Zigler

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"The Mindful Yin Yoga Online course is a wonderful introduction to yin yoga. Jennifer is a beautiful teacher with a lovely teaching style and the course is very professionally presented. There is written material to supplement the video and audio sessions which are delivered in short segments and so are easy to fit into a busy schedule. I would definitely recommend this course."

~ Mia Faletti

Frequently Asked Questions


Will I have access to the videos and training after the 4 weeks of the program?
Yes! After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for the lifetime of the program across any and all devices you own. Plus many of the videos and audios are downloadable.
Can I go at my own pace? What if I want to do the course later?
The course is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. The course is released over four weeks but you are free to move through the material whenever you'd like.
Will I receive a certificate at the end of the program?
Yes, at the completion of the program you will receive a certificate stating you completed the Mindful Yin Yoga Online program.
Can I use this program towards yoga accreditation?
Mindful Yin Yoga Online can be used towards continuing education credits with the Yoga Alliance.
Does this program certify me to teach yoga?
Generally, yoga teachers have at least a 200 hour yoga teacher training (which always involves an in-person component). For those people who do not have any yoga teaching certifications, but are wishing to teach yoga, Mindful Yin Yoga Online does not satisfy those requirements. Mindful Yin Yoga Online is open to yoga students and yoga teachers who would like to develop their personal practice and/or their teaching of yin yoga.
How will the course content be delivered?
After registration, you will receive 4 emails spread over 4 weeks which will have links to the online portal where you can access the full program. After logging in, you'll have access to all of the videos, written material, and audio for the course.
Can I download the practice videos and course content?
Yes! All of the practice videos, audios, readings, and worksheets can be downloaded. A few of the lecture and informational videos are only for streaming on the site because Jennifer updates them from time to time.
Will there be support during the training?
Our support team is always available if you need any support during the process. They can be reached at [email protected] anytime. The training itself is designed to be a comprehensive and self-guiding program. If you would like further support, be sure to purchase the premium package (gold level) which includes a 30 min. Skype call with Jennifer to ask any questions that may come up. Jennifer is also available for longer sessions and mentorship at an additional cost and commitment.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
If after enrolling, you are unsatisfied with the first week of training please contact us and we'll be happy to give you a full refund after a few short questions regarding why you weren't satisfied.
Can I study with Jennifer in person?
Yes! Jennifer offers her Mindful Yin Yoga Intensive Training at various locations around the world. Check out her schedule and sign up for her mailing list for updates. And if you have a studio or community that would like to host Jennifer’s training contact our team at [email protected]
What is yin yoga?
Yin Yoga is a style of yoga practice that activates the connective tissues of the body in order to open restrictions physically and energetically. Using passive longer held postures the tissues of the body become more flexible and the energetic channels open.