VY Vinyasa Yoga promotes the yogi lifestyle based on the personal, regular, and constant yoga practice; creating a favorable atmosphere for the physical, mental, and spiritual development.
Yoga Teacher Training (2)
Ors is the director of VY Vinyasa Yoga System which consists of a group of affiliated shalas where the model for the teaching of yoga created by Ors in collaboration with Marina Porras and others teachers, is officially followed. He has given thousands of regular classes, certified hundreds of teachers that have now their own yoga studios, and taught classes, workshops and trainings for students all around Mexico. If you allow him to, Ors will teach you with his particular sense of humor. What really matter is the non-violence with your body, the safety in your practice and in the classes.
Marina discovered yoga in August of 2006 and since then, her life changed forever. At the beginning of 2008, she started a yoga teacher training and in April she started teaching multilevel Vinyasa yoga classes in a gym in her hometown city of Monterrey. She has taken 900 hours of yoga teacher training (three programs of 200 hours and one 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training program, all certified by Yoga Alliance) in different styles of yoga from Vinyasa based in Ashtanga, Mandala, Hatha flow, to Rocket and Vinyasa flow. She is registered in Yoga Alliance as an E- RYT 500.
Daniela De la Garza
Dani describes herself as a very happy and grateful person. She discovered yoga in January of 2013 at the studio where she practiced aerial silks. To Dani, teaching is guiding; throughout the postures and breath, always aware that the practice of yoga is a personal journey. Teaching makes her very happy, but the most important thing about it is that it allows her to remain a student and keep learning from others day by day. Yoga changed her life, and as a teacher what she wants most is to become part of the journey of many people, to sow a seed of love in each person.
After devoting herself entirely to the martial arts for more than 18 years, becoming Black Belt First Dan in Kung Fu, obtaining the 5th place in the World Championship of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts in Shivan in 2010, and thus tasting the world of aggression, ego and arrogance that abounds in this environment, in 2011 Ximena met the world of yoga, where peace, harmony and communion is the language of love that enriches your life day by day. Today Ximena devotes her life to yoga reaching all possible corners, being part of the team of lead trainers in VYTT200 and VYATT300 teacher training.
Conejo (Jorge) Castro
Musical producer by profession, Conejo had his first approach to yoga in 2013, after studying martial arts for nearly 20 years. Additionally, he has trained in the practice of meditation, taking courses and retreats of various contemplative techniques, such as Vipassana and Shamata, from the hands of teachers from different parts of the world. Conejo is the Dharma Rabbit coordinator, a school belonging to the VY Vinyasa Yoga Sister Schools System, located in the city of León, Guanajuato.
from Romania, November 2018
"More than I expected"
Everything! From the first moment I met Marina and Ors I knew they're amazing, but still, every day they surprised me even more. I am so thankful to have made the VYTT with them! They know so much and we learned a lot from them, but at the same time they are humble. They created a very friendly, lovely environment for us, a space where we could feel safe, loved, respected. They not only took care of our minds, but also of our hearts. Always listening to us, encouraging us, never too tired of BEING THERE. Always having a surprise activity(educating/fun), I could never be bored. They really put so much heart in this training and didn't just do it to get it done. Besides being so smart, they are also the goofiest(especially Ors). They were never scared to let the inner child show up, they had fun hand in hand with us, it felt like they're one of us!
I don't know what future holds, but I would love to go back and do the 300h TT with them.
My yogi fellows have been also amazing, supportive, inspiring, hilarious:)). They're all my yogi family now. I feel more inspired than ever, I feel like I've grown a lot during the training. Forever grateful!
The food was amazing, I was the only vegan but there was always a great variety for me. The cook, the sweetest I've ever seen, always there to help and always, always smiling. The accomodation was great, very nice and clean and the place was as described. I can not put into words how thankful I am for everything about this experience.