10 & 30 Hour LACuna Yoga Teacher Training
May 4th-8th, 2019
Lacuna juice and yoga, 2590 lawrence street, denver
Reframe, reform, restructure- join us for Lacuna’s inaugural training to learn the methods, theories, sequences, and techniques behind Lacuna. This is for teachers with a 200 hr RYT or individuals with a dedicated practice interested in further developing their own home practice, learning, and teaching. We’ve integrated multiple lineages and teachings into our practice, and you’ll take a deep dive into this mix of Vinyasa, Hatha, and Katonah Yoga®* offerings. Each day we will practice together, learn to read bodies, how to see patterns within the body, work on adjusting each other, all while leveraging and integrating the teachings to embody the material. Grow your capacity to hold space for your students as well as your own continual evolution as a student and teacher. You’ll also receive a training handbook with adjustments, sequences, home practice guides, visual guides, and more. Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits available.
30 hour training
10 hour training
Saturday and Sunday
Founder and co-owner of Lacuna Juice And Yoga, Megan’s yoga journey has inspired her teaching to be a reflection of her own values; joyful, fun, creative, informed, and intelligent. As a former professional athlete, she loves challenging the limits of her own mental boundaries and of what’s possible when the mind and body work together.
Megan's teaching style has ripened through the years with a dedicated and varied practice in multiple disciplines and traditions of yoga. Her teaching method is a uniquely blended Vinyasa framework infused with Katonah Yoga®, a Hatha practice rooted in geometric alignment principals, pranayama, and Taoist theory. As a certified Katonah Yoga® teacher, her experience with this practice allows her to provide pragmatic, dimensional, and practical insights into the material. Her classes are full of creative sequences that are playful yet challenging, and her lighthearted attitude and playlists will always put a smile on your face. Her goal is to make yoga accessible, enjoyable, and informative for everybody so that they can live life at a higher frequency.
Her passion for travel has allowed her to train, teach, and learn, as well as lead yoga retreats, around the world. She finds endless joy in experiencing new places, and her retreats aim to share the world with her students in a way that is real, raw, uplifting, and insightful
Rebecca Jo Phillips
Inspired by the rhythms of the natural world, Rebecca Jo guides her students into their own innate patterning through practices of breath awareness, supportive movement and meditation. Within each class she emphasizes the need to slow down and create a space for oneself that is both comforting and sacred.
Trained in the arts of dance, photography, and breath-centered movement she incorporates a lifetime of lessons into each class and encourages her students to integrate practices of conscious flow into daily life. Rebecca earned her 200hr RYT certification in 2009 while living on a self-sustained farm in the mountains of Spain. She began her teaching practice in New York City, working privately with individuals recovering from injury; supporting them in finding acceptance and peace within their bodies as they redeveloped their physical strength and range of motion. Her practice is informed by the teachings of Abbie Galvin + Nevine Michaan of Katonah Yoga, Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains, Tias Little, Ana Forrest and BKS Iyengar.
A life-long traveler and eternal student, she seeks opportunities to immerse herself in new experiences and discover new ways of seeing the world. She has led retreats and workshops in Mexico, Costa Rica, Morocco, NYC, LA and Denver.
*Katonah Yoga® is a syncretic Hatha yoga practice developed by Nevine Michaan over 40 years. She and her teachers incorporate classical Hatha yoga with Taoist theory, geometry, magic, mythology, metaphor, and imagination — in a practical framework designed to potentiate personal and communal well-being.
Framing the practice, maps of time and personal space are defined and refined. Themes using asana as origami, manipulating form for function, and developing a sense of personal measure are incorporated in Katonah Yoga practices.
Katonah Yoga is organized around three principles of esoteric dialogue: all polarities are mediated by trinity; the universe has pattern, pattern implies intelligence; by virtue of repetition there is potential for insight.
Revelations are revolutionary.