Lila Yoga Teacher Training
Lila – pronounced Leela – means Divine Play in Sanskrit.
This 200 hr yoga teacher training will teach you the fundamentals of yoga including:
- asanas (poses),
- pranayama (breathing),
- chakras, subtle bodies, and meditation.
- Anatomy, physiology and biomechanics
- History, philosophy and ethics.
- Teaching methodology, queuing and sequencing.
- Mudras, sanskrit and more.
Students will also be introduced to restorative yoga, yin yoga and yoga nidra.
How is this training unique?
What makes this training different and stand out from others is its attention to the divine. How to connect to the divine, your guides, your gifts including clairaudience, clairvoyance and how this connection to the divine can influence our yoga practice and take it outside of the simply mechanics of proper alignment and structure.
Attention will also be payed to the work of Moshe Feldenkrais, Thomas Hanna and Somatic Movement. We will discuss the work of Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen and Body Mind Centering too. These movement educators have offered much insight into the body that we will explore.
When yoga first began many 1000s of years ago there were no postures or set series instead yogis sat in meditation and when they were divinely inspired then they moved and flowed from divine inspiration!
The heartfelt intention of this teacher training is to bring you back to that place of trusting in the divine and becoming divinely guided.
March 30 to June 24, 2020 | Guelph
Days: Mondays and Thursdays with the odd Friday.
Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Includes: 160 in person hours and 40 via Zoom
Cost: $3000 CDN
A $500 deposit is requested to secure your spot in this semi-private training.
Option 1: Deposit of $500 and 2 Monthly Payments of $1000 and one Final Payment of $500.
Option 2: Deposit of $500 and 5 monthly payments of $500.
Option 3: Payment in Full.
Please contact me if other arrangements need to be made.
Lisa Cipparone, Energy Healer, Yoga Teacher
In 2001 and 2011 Lisa completed two 200 hr Yoga Teacher Trainings in Toronto. Over the years she has taken many Teacher Trainings to enhance her skills. Lisa’s areas of focus include Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Slow Flow, Seniors Chair Yoga and Soma Yoga, where she integrate principles of Hanna Somatic Education, Moshe Feldenkrais and the Tensegrity Repair Series. She also teach Kids and Teen Yoga. Lisa is a Yoga Alliance Registered (RYT) and a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP).
This YTT is in alignment with the required hours and content set out by Yoga Alliance but has not yet been approved. That said, Lisa is a Registered Teacher with YA and a Continuing Education Provider.