2015 UPCOMING TRAININGS
200-HOUR BHEEMASHAKTI TRAINING & AUTHORIZATION TO TEACH
LEAD BY ANGELA PATRIARCA & TROY ALEXANDER MUNSEY
BASED ON THE TEACHINGS OF MASTER HR SURESH & JONATHAN PATRIARCA
SUMMER 2015 (exact dates to be announced)
• Mornings: Everyday from 5:00 am to 8:00 am
• Afternoons: Wed, Sat, Sun from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
• 7 day rest period between mandalas
WHAT YOU GET:
• 200hr Certificate of Completion
• Level 1 Authorization to teach Bheemashakti Yoga (Intro and All levels Classes)
• Students that have an interest in the Bheemashakti Method
• Practice Bheemashakti regularily (not mandatory)
• Earned previous Teacher Training Certificates (not mandatory)
• Want to have a deep practical experience
• Add to your depth of knowledge regarding yoga
• Interest in a regular Pranayama and Meditation practices
WHAT IS BHEEMASHAKTI YOGA?
Bheemashakti Yoga is a system of yoga that progressively opens and energizes the body thru dynamic “kriya” (exercises) and powerful “kapalabathi” breathing. This practice is based on the experience of Jonathan Patriarca’s intense study under Master H.R. Suresh in Mysore, India for 5 years.
It intergrates 2 practices: Dimensional and Asana. Dimensional practice utilizes kriya and kapalabathi as a deep preparation for advanced Asana practice. The Asana practice develops the foundation of flexibility and strength utilizing sequencing of postures and incorporates it into a disciplined progressive daily practice.
Why is Bheemashakti Yoga an important supplement for any discipline of yoga?
• Builds a rock solid strong foundation that can be built upon
• Prepares the body for Advanced practice
• Gives the understanding of “directions of openings”
• Can be customized to any student from beginner to advanced & tight to flexible
$2,450 flexible payment available
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GINSENG SAN DIEGO | 2985 Beech St. | San Diego, CA 92102 | Tel. 619.338.YOGA
ABOUT THE TEACHERS
Angela Boes has journeyed through many modalities in her professional career. She began her career as a dance choreographer and performer at age 16 at the Temecula Valley Playhouse. After receiving a B.A. in Dance from the University of Irvine she spent four years performing in companies all over the Bay area.
In 2005, after moving to New York City, she graduated from the Jose Limon Professional Studies Program and by 2007, she transitioned from professional dancing to teaching Qigong and Tai ji. She spent four years intensely studying Zen Meditation, Korean Energy Healing and Qigong practices while teaching and practicing as an Energy Healer at the Tao Yoga and Tai Chi Center in Union Square, New York. In 2008, she became co-owner of Health Up Yoga in New Jersey along with Master Jae Lee and in 2009 opened the first yoga studio in the Bronx called Bamboo Moves. During these years she studied yoga under Andrew Tanner, Dharma Mittra, and Deschen Thurman.
In 2009 Angela enrolled at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine to pursue a Master’s of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine. She came to California to continue her studies in Chinese Medicine, meditation and yoga. She lived at the Dharma Zen Center of Los Angeles practicing meditation and has studied Bheemashakti yoga with Jonathan Patriarca for the past 3 years. Currently she lives in San Diego and has begun teaching for the Bheemashakti Yoga School.
Troy Munsey began practicing yoga in his late teens an alternative to traditional exercise routines. From the very first practice, it was apparent that this was for life. After several years of improper practice and intense focus on the physical body, Troy developed several injuries that would force him to reassess his relationship with the ancient science. It wasn’t until finding Bheemashakti Yoga that he began to experience and understand the deeper, subtler aspects of the practice that would eventually heal him. Ultimately it was this process of healing that inspired Troy to take on teaching. After using Bheemashakti Yoga to transform his body, Troy began intense focus on the Ashtanga and Rocket Vinyasa Yoga Methods. His experience with these systems has allowed him to develop a unique perspective on the practice of Yoga Asana.
In his own words: “Your mind is a mirror. Yoga is Windex. There’s more to polishing the mirror than physical postures, but it’s a start. Transform the body. Transform the breath. Transform the mind,” is my teaching philosophy.
“It is also my own personal practice. I believe the only limitations that exist are the ones the mind creates, but is too dull to recognize as illusion. Physical yoga practice is a great way to experience the actual truth: You are strong, You are flexible, You are balanced; You are all things you want to be. You just have to see it to believe it. The greatest lesson I have received from yoga over the years is the power of dedication and enthusiastic repetition. Everything else works itself out.”