200-hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

200-hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

 Module 1: Theory and Discovery - July 2 to 14, 2018

Module 2: Application and Transformation - November 5 to 17, 2018

Manila, Philippines

Module Regular Rate Early Bird
Module 1 only 84,900 74,900
Module 1 and 2 154,900 144,900

*early bird expires May 31, 2018
*50% refund by June 10. Fee becomes non-refundable and non-transferable after.

Module 1 only (50% Downpayment)


Module 1 and 2 (50% Downpayment)


Module 1 only (Full Payment)

P74,900 (Early Bird Rate until May 31, 2018)

Module 1 and 2 (Full Payment)

P144,900 (Early Bird Rate until May 31, 2018)

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Posted by Yoga+ on Thursday, March 1, 2018

Do you want to change your life?

Do you work a stressful Monday to Friday, 8 to 5 job, have back to back meetings, never- ending deadlines and end your work week tired, realizing you will have to do the exact same thing the following week?

Do you imagine a job that will give you a more flexible schedule, allowing you to have more time for yourself and your loved ones?

Can you imagine working a job that you are passionate about, plus the benefit of living a well-balanced life? The capacity to embrace wellness in all aspects - physically, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually?

If it’s a yes, then come and join our 200-Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training and change your life forever!

What is so special about our 200-Hour Teacher Training?

At the end of the course, you will:

1. learn to hold space for your students.
Whether it’s a class of pure beginners, advanced yogis or a multi-level one, we will teach you how to handle it skillfully and creatively, providing a space for all your students that is both safe and welcoming. Safe, because we will dig deep into alignment and adjustments. Welcoming, because your classes will be made accessible to all levels, regardless of their experience.

2. have learned from a diverse set of instructors - all experts in their field.
Our instructors have devoted their time, not only in teaching, but also in immersing themselves in continuous education - to be able to learn more, to share more.
You will take home a wealth of knowledge from our lead trainers and guest teachers - currently working in the fields of yoga therapy, clinical psychology, philosophy, meditation and mindfulness, theater, voice and Life Force nutrition.

3. take home a sustainable and holistic practice, one that you can continue on your own.
More than being able to teach a great yoga class, we will cultivate seeds of mindful awareness into your practice, so as you grow stronger physically in your practice, you will also grow emotionally and spiritually. As you take in mindfulness into your life, on and off the mat, you will take this into your teaching as well. Teach from a place of peace and calm.

4. find inspiration to grow as a teacher in this community, and help grow others as well.
Have the ability to inspire students and touch their lives to become better people, for themselves and for others. We all have what it takes to inspire and cultivate change, our job is to help you find it.

5. build a strong and solid practice.
With hard work and discipline, our daily asana classes and asana clinics will change you and your practice, allowing you to create a solid foundation of strength and stability.

6. have a new outlook on health and nutrition.
We will teach you proper nutrition and mindful eating to help support a lifetime practice. Eat to heal and nourish the body, and maximize the energy we get from our food. You will be surrounded by like- minded people, who will be your support group to get through the challenges and achieve
that sustainable change.

7. find ways to earn and have a job that you are passionate about.
Being a yoga teacher will open many paths for you, whether it’s being a full-time teacher for a studio, being part-time teacher for several studios, traveling around the world as guest teachers, conducting your own workshops and trainings, and being a successful studio owner. The possibilities are endless!
We can’t guarantee that you’ll be a millionaire, but you will have a job that you love, help people in the process and be financially secure and happy.

8. register under the Yoga Alliance and be accredited to teach in yoga studios world wide.
(only for those who complete Module 1 and 2.

Why did we divide the course into 2 separate modules?

  1. Make it more accessible to those with full time jobs to take time off from work to join the course.
  2. Have the option to do only the 100 training hours in Module 1, where we will give you the chance to learn in a comprehensive Teacher Training environment. If you don’t have plans of teaching yoga just yet, but are looking into expanding your knowledge of the yoga practice, then Module 1 is for you!
  3. Choose to dive into the more technical aspects of teaching yoga in Module 2 - from sequencing to learning to project your voice, from mindful touch to managing the business side of the teaching. Module 2 will give you the tools and practice time that you need to become a confident, knowledgeable and efficient teacher.
  4. Have time in between modules to digest information and practice teaching.


  • General Anatomy with Dr. JP. Prado
  • Functional Anatomy with Aisa Locsin-Winternitz and Ria Tirazona
  • Philosophy and History with Dr. Ganesh Rao
  • Asana Clinic
  • Meditation and Mindful Communication


  • Sequencing
  • Yoga for Beginners and Use of Props
  • Yoga for Pregnancy and Special Populations Mindful Touch and Hands on Adjustments
  • Finding your Voice
  • Asana Clinic and Practice Teaching
  • Life Force Nutrition
  • Business and Ethics of Yoga

How will your schedule look like?

Module 1 and 2: MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS (Sunday off, but expect homework)

Sample Daily Schedule*

06:30 - 09:00 - Morning Practice with Aisa, Ria or Ryan
09:00 - 10:00 - Breakfast
10:00 - 13:00 - Lecture 1
13:00 - 14:00 - Lunch
14:00 - 17:30 - Lecture 2/Yoga Lab

* Daily schedule is subject to change.

Learn in a space conducive for training

Meet the Teachers


Aisa Locsin-Winternitz
(Course Director/Lead Trainer)

Aisa is a yogi, mother, teacher, trainer, surfer and diver, based in Manila. Her knowledge and love of movement and anatomy has influenced her classes to have a strong focus on finding the balance of strength and stability. She aims to inspire her students to move and flow with purpose and intention, so that Yoga Asana can be a healing and therapeutic practice. Her classes are dynamic and challenging, yet open to all levels - whether new to the practice or a seasoned yogi. She leads 200-hour teacher trainings, conducts workshops and teaches Functional Yoga Anatomy courses in Manila and around Southeast Asia. She also teaches yoga therapeutically to clients in Manila, specifically those experiencing joint dysfunction and pain.

Aisa has completed her trainings at the Absolute Yoga Academy and is currently completing her 500-hour certification under Yoga Medicine by Tiffany Cruikshank. She has been teaching for almost a decade and continues to study diligently as a perpetual student of Yoga.


Ria Tirazona (Trainer)

Ria’s passion as a yoga teacher and therapist is to support others in finding their personal path to wellness. She draws from her psychology background in working with beginners, the older and less active students, and people with injuries, chronic illnesses, and weight, emotional or mental health concerns. Her nurturing yet playful classes encourage you to embrace your unique body structure, shape and condition. She incorporates the principles of yin yoga, Traditional Chinese Medicine, myofascial release, and body awareness in classes she teaches, while placing emphasis in building strength and stability while harnessing softness in the body and mind.

Ria takes inspiration from her teachers to motivate others to live wholeheartedly with humor, levity and gratitude. Follow her yoga adventures at

Ryan Chester

Ryan Chester (Trainer)

Ryan’s classes are rigorous, energetic and fun. Inspired by IdoPortal and with a background in Muay Thai kickboxing. Ryan’s classes are interlaced with core conditioning and strengthening asanas ideal for martial arts groups and people, especially men, who are looking to build strength without being a gym rat.

Ryan is passionate about sharing yoga and has been inspiring students since graduating from the 9-week intensive Bikram Yoga training in Hawaii in 2007. Ryan has amassed over 5000+ hours of teaching yoga, gaining valuable experience that he shares as a faculty member for both the Vinyasa Yoga and Absolute Yoga teacher trainings at yoga+.


Dr. Ganesh Rao (Philosophy)

Dr. Rao is a Guide for Ph.D. students in Philosophy and Yoga of Mumbai University and K.K. Sanskrit University, Nagpur. Presently, he is Advisor to Kaivalyadhama, Mumbai as also a Member of the Board of Studies of Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala.

In addition to being a Visiting Faculty in Mumbai University and K. J. Somaiya Institute for the Diploma Courses in Yoga and Counseling, for B.A. and M.A. Degree Courses in Philosophy and Yoga Shastra, he is a Visiting Faculty at Kaivalyadham, Mumbai and Lonavla. He was a Visiting Faculty for Western Philosophy (2001 & 02) at the Institute of Technology and Management, Mumbai. Dr. Rao has taught in several Teachers’ Training Courses (TTC) in Rishikesh, Dharamshala and Goafor international students under the aegis of Yoga Allianz, USA.

He is also a member of the Board of Studies at Sri Sri Yoga University, Bhuvaneshwar and Technical expert – Yoga for Quality Council of India (QCI).