300 Hour Lila Vinyasa Teacher Training

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13 May 2012 · by Clara ·

A 300 hour Vinyasa Teacher Training program for those who are looking to deepen their practice and teaching.

The second module is OPEN to anyone who would like to explore the more esoteric aspects of the practice.

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Module 1 Thailand: May 3-24th, 2014

*You must have your 200 Hour Yoga Certificate to take this module*
 
Outline of what I’ll be covering:
Art of Sequencing
Krama by Vinyasa Krama
Adjustments and Enhancements
Anatomy of the injured Yogi
Teaching to the Pregnant Goddess
Standing in One’s Own
The ‘Open Level’ Class 
Feeding Ourselves on and off the Mat
 

Price: $2340 Dorm, $ 2605 Private room shared bath, $ 2755 for private room and bath. Currency is US dollars.  The price includes all your meals, accommodation and the course at The Sanctuary

 

Module 2, Baja, Mexico: November 8-16th, 2014

With Guest teachers Shivanad Oss & Paul Ochoa

*Open to teachers and students alike.
 
This is an intensive program geared towards deepening our understanding of the more subtle aspects of the Yoga Practice along with anatomy lectures with guest teacher Paul Ochoa DPT, OCS, LMT
 
Program Includes:
Art Of Mantra and Meditation
Sacred Scripture
Pranayama
The Subtle Body
Ayurveda
The Power of Myth with guest teacher Shivanad Oss 
Anatomy of the Injured Yogi with guest teacher Paul Ochoa, DPT, OCS, LMT

 Price $2500 USD for double occupancy at Prana Del Mar. This includes all your meals, accommodation, shuttle and the program!
 
The Training starts at noon on the 8th and ends at noon on the 16th.
 

If you’d like to receive the 300 hour certificate, you must take both modules. They can be taken out of order.

I’m ONLY taking 14 for the first module and 12 for the second.

This program is Yoga Alliance Certified.

A $500 deposit is required to reserve your space. I accept checks or credit cards (with min. fee)

Email me to register: info@lilavinyasa.com

Bios:

Paul Ochoa PT, DPT, OCS, LMT
As a Certified Orthopaedic Specialist and Co-Owner of F Squared Physical Therapy of New York, Paul brings with him over 10 years of hands-on experience to the table with every patient he treats.  He approaches every patient by breaking down their movements into biomechanical basics, no matter what sport or activity.  By looking at the fundamentals of movement, Paul uses evidence-based practices to treat everything from common running injuries, post operative care of ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff repairs and spinal surgery to jaw pain.  Paul believes that patient education as well as his own continuing education is key to returning his patients to their optimal health.

As a native New Yorker, Paul began his education at Hunter College as a Psychology major.  He then went on to become a licensed massage therapist at the Swedish Institute.  Working alongside a team of healthcare practitioners, he coordinated the massage team for the elite runners as part of the New York Road Runners from 2003 to 2006.  Paul then received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Touro College in 2009.  Continuing his education, in addition to becoming an orthopedic specialist, Paul was part of the first group to complete the Diane Lee and LJ Lee series, Discover Physio course, in the United States.

As an educator, Paul has taught advanced anatomy and injury prevention courses to Yoga instructors around the US.  He is currently working towards his own Yoga certification to bring yet another aspect of body movement to his patients.  Alongside Chad, Paul teaches a RUNshop course to new and old runners as well as practitioners looking to treat and train runners.

In his spare time, Paul studies martial arts and fighting styles including capoeira, muay thai, wrestling and jeet kune do.  Outside of training in the arts, he also continues his passion for tennis, participates in the Tough Mudder series, Yoga and meditation.  He has been published and interviewed in New York RUNNERS in 2005 and in Men’s Journal in 2011.  In addition to his publications, Paul lends out his knowledge and experience to local running groups such as the North Brooklyn Runners and The Dashing Whippets running team. www.f2pt.com

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