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Yoga teacher training in rishikesh 2014

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AYM Yoga School Upper Tapovan – Rishikesh Uttarakhand – India
Email : aymindia@gmail.com

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    To confirmed a seat at Yoga course in advance, need to pay 200 USD = 9000 INR of the total fee along with application form, rest of the fee shall be payable at the begining of the course.

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    Note: All Transition charges will be beared by applicant. Make sure full amount of course fee reach to organization bank acount. The particiapants duration of stay will be for 4 weeks at yoga school forextra stay charges will be apply.

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    Mob : 91- 7500277709 Phone : +91 135 2442655 Email : aymindia@gmail.com

    Our Address :- Yoga school Association for Yoga and Meditation, Upper Tapovan, Rishikesh Uttarakhand, India. (Take left turn from badrinath road beside baba balak nath temple,and move 700 m from Badrinath rd and you will reach yoga school in india, the AYM Yoga School)

    About the place

    Rishikesh 24 Kms. from Hardwar and more than 200 km from Delhi. Located in the laps of lower Himalayas, and is surrounded by scenic beauty of the hills on three sides with Holy Ganga flowing through it. The whole place is considered to be sacred as it is believed that meditation at this place leads to attainment of salvation. Rishikesh is an ideal destination not only for pilgrims but also for those who want to go deeper into meditation, Yoga and other aspects of spirituality. Rishikesh is also acquiring greater significance as a centre for white water rafting, sports, a base for treks and hikes in the beautiful Garhwal Himalayas.

    Getting There

    There is an express train from Delhi to Haridwar – from there you can take a taxi to Rishikesh (ask for Ram Jula) If you have never been to India, before you can fly into Delhi better our hotel pick you up at the airport

    Map:

    To reach to Yoga school of association for yoga and meditation go to Laxman jhula Tempo stand and than move further and cross police station and move further on Badrinath road and than take left turn from Baba balak nath Temple and move 700 meter and you will reach AYM Yoga School, one of the best yoga school in india.

    Rules & Agreement

    1. The student’s behavior and attitude while study of Yoga courses in india, both private and public while at the venue, should respect the local culture and enhance the spiritual atmosphere.

    2. Standards of Conduct -Student should maintain an atmosphere encouraging mutual respect, civil and congenial relationships and free from all forms of harassment and violence, where everyone can discuss their differences and exchange ideas openly, honestly and respectfully. -Use respectful language without using vulgarity, insults, abusive language, and verbal threats.

    3. Inappropriate Conduct -Student should avoid public displays of affection and public nudity. Celibacy should be kept during the Yoga course. -Students should not possess, use, or distribute alcoholic beverages or illegal or recreational drugs. -Any music played in your lodging should be played so as not to disturb others. Silence is to be maintained after 10:00 pm and before 09:00 am, with no talking or loud noises especially in the sleeping areas. -Students should not make false statements about others with malice to cause harm, or publicly disclose another’s private information. -Students should avoid entering into intimate relationships where an imbalance of power or influence, a conflict of interest, or other type of bias exists, for example between staff and guest, or between teacher and student.

    4. Smoking, alcohol, non-prescription drugs, eating meat, fish, eggs, garlic and onions are to avoid during the yoga course.

    5. Unless otherwise specified, photography or video filming is not allowed in the venue during any Sadhana (spiritual practice) times i.e. during Meditation, Satsang, Asana class, lectures, and religious rituals, anywhere in the temple areas and during meals. This helps to maintain a tranquil and protected environment for all.

    6. For security reasons and to gain maximum benefit from experience students are encouraged to remain in the same town venue throughout their stay. The program co-ordinator must agree beforehand all absences from the YTTC, particularly for night and weekend excursions. A ‘free day’ is incorporated into the weekly program for sightseeing or shopping outside the venue.

    7. Attendance and participation in scheduled classes and all Satsang are mandatory. If students expect to be absent from any scheduled event for whatever reason, notice must be submitted to the program coordinator. Many absences from scheduled classes may result in the student being dismissed from the course and asked to leave the course.

    8. Students leaving the course before completion are required to return all their teaching materials.

    9. Karma Yoga is an integral part of the training course life. Karma Yoga is required for each student, every day. Karma Yoga is a practical approach to help eliminate egoistic and selfish tendencies in students.

    10. Temple Guidelines: The purity of the temple areas is to be maintained, minimum of one’s hands, feet and face must be washed before entering the area. No unnecessary talk or noise in the temple area, which is regarded as a place of worship and meditation for all visitors.

    11. All transaction fees are the responsibility of the registrant, in case of Cancellation no fee will be refunded but is possible to adjust in next course within one year priod in case of emergency.So befor joining course make sure that you will manage to join the course.

    12. Final confirmation of the Yoga course will happen for 2-3 weeks ahead of the starting date. If you are making any travel arrangement prior to this confirmation, we would advise you to subscribe to a cancellation insurance as Association for Yoga and Meditation cannot be responsible to any cost incurred for cancellation of your travel.

    As a Course Participant of the Association for Yoga and Meditation Organization, I do hereby agree to participate in all activities. I assume full responsibility for my personal property and myself and will endeavor to make a genuine effort towards my own self-improvement according to the teachings of Yoga. I understand that if I should break any of the rules I may be asked to leave. No refunds will be granted in any circumstance.

    I hereby confirm that I understand that the training program is of intense nature and will be challenging. The course is a full time commitment and does not allow any other activities. I declare that I have disclosed on this form all relevant details and by submitting these details to Association for Yoga and Meditation I take full responsibility for myself in attending the course.

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    Yoga Teacher Training India

    Course offered and different packages and facilities:
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    Internationally recognized Yoga Teacher Training and certification.

     

    Experience of Ashram life style and Yoga Retreat: without certification and training

     

    200 hrs Yoga Teachers Training (multi style)

    Price: 1250 USD

    (Including Single room accommodation and meals.)

    Dates:  Every 15’Th of the month to 12 of the next month.

    This course is suitable for those yoga aspirants who want to learn for self and want to teach yoga. In this course we focus on:

    Asanas : student will practice more than 100  asanas  and teacher will explain method of doing asana, its benefits, contra indication and alignment of asana and how to correct while in asanas.  Also there will be lecture on theory of asanas.

    Pranayama: there will one hour practice of different pranayamas (breathing techniques of yoga) every day which will includes tradition pranayams as well as modifications of pranyamas. This is one of the famous class taught at our yoga school in Rishikesh with one of the most experience teacher in Rishikesh. There will be theoretical lecture on pranayamas we well to explain physiology and philosophy of pranayama.

    Detoxification (kriya): 200 hrs courses also includes different cleansing techniques to increase healing prana of the body. Kriyas are therapeutic in nature and helps in treatment of different psychosomatic disorders. Theses include Jala neti, suta neti, dauti, sankhpkshalena, kunjala kriya, trataka and kapalabhati. There will be focus on practice as well as explanation about their philosophy and anatomy and physiology.

    Mediation: Meditation is the real begging of inner journey in yoga. There will be one hour class every day for practice different kinds of meditation techniques also lecture on to explain meaning, purpose, benefits and physiology and philosophy of meditation.

    Teaching Methodology: the principles of teaching will help the student teachers to bring out the real teacher. There will be lecture on lesson planning, characteristics of a good teacher, evolution of teaching and other different aspect of teaching and learning. Every student who willing to be a teacher has to teach few classes and observe how to teach.

    Multi style: We have expertise in all kind of yoga styles like Hatha Yoga, Sivananda Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Power Yoga, Flow Yoga, and lots more. Hatha yoga is a style which balances, body, mind and energy. It is slow and stretching type. Ashtanga Vinyasa is a dynamic flow of poses, utjjai breathing, bantha and dristi and base for power and flow yoga. After finishing the course student will able to teach all above styles after graduation.

    300 hour Yoga Teacher Training (yoga therapy and natural healing) 6 weeks.

    Price: 1630 USD

    Including Accommodation and meals

    Date: six times a year

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    • 14 April        -22 May 2014                     —- 1630 USD – Fully Booked Closed
    • 14 May         -22 June 2014                      —- 1630 USD – 7 left Apply
    • 14 July        -22 August 2014                  —- 1630 USD – 10 left Apply
    • 14 August  -22 September 2014         —-1630 USD – Fully Booked waiting list
    • 14 September -22 October 2014         —-1630 USD – 15 left Apply
    • 14 November -22 December 2014    —-1630 USD – 8 left Aply

    This Yoga Teacher Training india is suitable for those who willing to increase knowledge and practice about natural healing and treatment of different diseases. This course will focus on

    Yoga therapy: the participants in this module will learn different principles of yoga therapy, how to integrate different techniques of yoga like asanas, kriyas, pranayams, mudras, bandhas, meditation and relaxation techniques to cure and heal different psychosomatic diseases like back pain, asthma, high blood pressure, constipation, diabetics, headache, migraine, sciatica and so on.
    Ayurveda: the complete course in Ayuveda is five years so is possible includes all the subjects of Ayurved in 300 hrs but will focus on its application on healthy life style, knowing different herbs good for health and treatment of different diseases.

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    500 hrs Yoga Teacher Training (multi style with healing) 10 weeks

    Price:  2800 USD (Including Accommodation and meals)
    Dates:
    15 April 22 June 2014
    15 June 22 August 2014
    15 August 22 October 2014
    15 October 22 December 2014

    This course includes syllabus of 200 hrs and 300 hrs at one time which is explained above in short.
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    100 hrs Ashtanga vinyasa Teacher Training

    Price : 850 USD (Including Accommodation and meals)

    Dates:  every 15 the of the month – 12 th of the next month

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    100hrs Hatha Yoga Teacher Training

    Price – 850 USD (Including Accommodation and meals)

    Dates:  every 15 the of the month – 12 th of the next month

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    500 hrs Yoga and Ayurveda teacher training

    Price: 3000 USD (including accommodation and meals)

    Dates: once a year 15 May to 26 June   ( Seats: 20)

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    Experience of Ashram life style and Yoga Retreat: without certification and training
    One week (6 days) yoga program
    Price: 200 USD
    Date: running continuously every month
    This program includes: Accommodation, 3meals, 3 yoga classes of asana, pranayma and meditation,   one ayurvedic massage (optional)

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    Two week yoga program

    Price: 400 USD

    Date: running continuously every month

    This program includes: Accommodation, 3meals, 3 yoga classes of asana, pranayma and meditation,   two ayurvedic massage (optional)

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    About us – Yoga in India

    Meet the Board
    Yogacharya Balmukund Singh –
     Advisor, Yoga in India for Indian Yoga Alliance, Member International Yoga Federation is a world Famous Yogi. He is world yoga champion and yoga  champion of champion at International Yoga Federation and International yoga Festival. He is Famous for Teaching yoga Last 30 years.

    Yogi Chetan Mahesh – Director Indian Yoga Alliance,Teaching Yoga last 10 years and also world yoga champion. He is also Advisory member at International Yoga Federation.

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    Yogi Chetan Mahesh


    Yogacharya Rakesh Kumar Shastry – Member Indian Yoga Alliance is National Yoga champion and vice president Association for yoga and Meditation Teaching yoga last 15 years in Delhi.

    ABOUT AYM YOGA SCHOOL
    Welcome to Yoga School of Association for Yoga and Meditation (AYM) that concerned in spreading health and spirituality and yoga in India and also governing body of Indian Yoga Alliance which is located in Rishikesh, India. AYM is a non- profit organization registered under Govt. of India to teach yoga and to organize charitable activities at rishikesh. AYM provides following courses and events
    Yoga vacations or yoga retreats for 2-3 weeks

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    Yoga teachers training for one month, two month and more
    These courses are design in such a way to provide knowledge of yoga not only for teachers but also for common people that wants to learn yoga to keep healthy. If a person can practice deeply can teach easily.
    Mission

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    Our prime mission is to widen the traditional yoga in India and values to common man in such a easy and scientific way that transform the every day life of common human who is suffering from stress and tension. AYM Yoga ashram is dedicates to spread the happiness through yoga and its practices that yogis spreading to Yoga community, to yoga Instructors, to yoga studios, to all.
    Why AYM?
    There are lots of yoga teacher’s training schools and ashrams, which offers yoga course, but there are many reasons to chose Association for Yoga and Meditation, which are:

    Location:

    AYM is located in Upper Tapovan, which is more peaceful, green, near mountain, full of fresh air and natural. Courses are conducted in a Newly built building having 30 rooms, two big Yoga studios and open kitchen and reading room with library.

    Yoga Masters:
    AYM is blessed with the presence of yoga master who are the pioneer of yoga teachers training in rishikesh. Yogi chetan Mahesh is one of the pioneers of Yoga teachers training who first time begins yoga teacher training in rishikesh. His explanations about asana, pranayama, and meditation make a great difference when you sit for practice, his explanations will make you to love yoga.

    Facilities:
    AYM having basic facilities like – Accommodation, Yogic food, Hot water, drinking water, wi-fi, airport pick up service, laundry. Rooms are newly built and having Mountain View with big window.
    AYM having dedicated team of spirituals who makes your stay and learning memorable and totally different from other contemporary yoga schools and Yoga ashrams in rishikesh.

    Our Syllabus

    our syllabus - yoga ttc in indiaFor 200 hours minimum 6 modules has to studied in four weeks and for 300 hours 9 modules in 6 weeks . see below detailed syllabus.Detailed Syllabus

    Module 1 Introduction to Yoga and Streams of Yoga

    Objective:

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    a. Understand the meaning of Yoga.

    b. Understand the importance of Yoga.

    c. Understand different varieties of Yoga.

    d. Understand on how to begin a Yoga class according to Yoga principles.

    Practical competences:

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    1.1   Demonstrate Bhakti Yoga by chanting Yoga Mantras to begin the class

    1.2 Demonstrate Karma Yoga techniques (selfless service)

    1.3 Demonstrate Raja Yoga techniques by sitting in meditative pose useful to begin the class

    1.4 Demonstrate Jayana Yoga techniques for changing mood in beginning of class

    1.5   Describe about Yoga for beginning of yoga class.

    1.6   Advise student to properly sequence.

    1.7   Organize seating arrangement, mats, props, light and sound system.

    1.8   Check and detect body posture defects.

    1.9   Determine illness or injuries of student and advise accordingly.

    Knowledge requirements:

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    1.1   Understand true meaning and definition of Yoga.

    1.2   Explain the origin and history of Yoga.

    1.3   Understanding meaning of mantras.

    1.4   Describe relevance of playing song during class

    1.5   Describe relevance of friendly and healthy environment in class.

    1.6   Explain meaning, principles and benefits Karma Yoga.

    1.7   Explain meaning, principles and benefits of Jayanna Yoga

    1.8   Explain meaning, principles and benefits of Bhakti Yoga

    1.9   Explain meaning, principles and benefits of Raja Yoga

    1.10 Explain why it is necessary to differentiate between traditional and modern Yoga

    1.11 Explain the application and importance of Yoga.

    Module 2 Loosening Exercise

    Introduction

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    a. Handle starting part of the class

    b. Understand importance of warming up before proceeding to Yoga poses

    C. To modify yoga techniques for worming up

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    2.1 Loosening exercise for head and neck

    2.2 Loosening exercise for arms

    2.3 Loosening exercise for chest and abdomen

    2.4 Loosening exercise for back bone

    2.5 Loosening exercise for legs

    2.6 Loosening exercise for whole body

    2.7 Loosening exercise anti-rheumatic group

    2.8 Sun-salutations as loosening exercise.

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    2.1   Explain method, duration, awareness, contra-indication,

             Benefits and precaution and anatomy and physiology of:

             a)     Loosening exercise for head and neck

             b)    Ten loosening exercise for arms

             c)     Loosening exercise for chest and abdomen

             d)     Loosening exercise for beck bone

             e)     Loosening exercise for legs

              f)     Loosening exercise for whole body

             g)     Loosening exercise anti-rheumatic group

    2.2   Describe sun-salutations as loosening exercise

    2.3   Describe how and why sun salutation as warming up?

    2.4   Describe the importance of loosening exercise

    2.5   Explain the various system of loosening exercise for different part of the body

    2.6   Explain the differences between loosening exercise and physical exercise

    2.7   Explain the reason why loosening exercise needs to be repeated

    Module 3 Yoga Asana

    Introduction

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    a.    Learn and teach Yoga Asana

    b.   Understand methods and benefits Yoga Asana

    c.   Understand stability, health and suppleness about Asana.

    d.   Sit for hours in a meditative Asana

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    3.1 10 standing asanas

    3.2 10 sitting asanas

    3.3 10 lying down asanas

    3.4    5 Inverse asanas

    3.5    3 Meditative asanas

    3.6    2 Rexative asanas

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    3.1   Explain and identify check points, method, duration, awareness, contra-indication and benefits of asana.

    3.2   State the meaning and definition of asana

    3.3   Explain characteristics of asana

    3.4   State aims and objective of asana.

    3.5   Explain place and seat for asana.

    3.6   Explain rules and regulations before and after doing asana

    3.7   Explain the difference between asana and exercise

    3.8   Explain classification of asana

    Module 4 Yogic Breathing (Pranayama)

    Introduction

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    a.   Learn and teach breathing exercise

    b.   Understand how to increase energy of body

    c.   Understand Prana (energy) body

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    4.1   Abdomen breathing

    4.2   Thoracic breathing

    4.3   Clavicular breathing

    4.4   Yogic breathing

    4.5   Dynamic Kapalabhati

    4.6   Surya Kapalabhati

    4.7   Chandra Kapalabhati

    4.8   Alternate nostril Kapalabhati

    4.9   Traditional Kapalabhati

    4.10 Identify and explain check points of different types of breathing and methods, duration, awareness, contra-indication, benefits of Kapalabhati.

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    4.1   State the meaning and definition of Pranayama.

    4.2   Explain characteristics of Pranayama.

    4.3   State aims and objective of Pranayama.

    4.4   Explain place and seat for Pranayama.

    4.5   Explain time, duration and sequence of Pranayama

    4.6   Explain the benefits of Pranayama on body and mind

    4.7   Explain types of breathing useful in Pranayama

    Module 5 Yogic Relaxations and Meditation

    Introduction

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    A.   understand method and benefits of relaxation and meditation

    B.   understand how to manage stress

    C.   understand how to increase mind power

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    5.1   Demonstrate procedures to reduce disturbances during practice using the right equipment and tools

    5.2   Demonstrate and explain pose for Yoganidra

    5.3   Demonstrate practice and method of Yoganidra Level 1

    5.4   Demonstrate and explain pose for meditation

    5.5   Demonstrate practice and method of breathing meditation

    5.6   Identify and explain check points, methods, duration, awareness, contra-indication, benefits of breathing meditation of Yoganidra Level 1

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    5.1   State the meaning and definition of meditation.

    5.2   Explain characteristics of meditation.

    5.3   State aims and objective of meditation.

    5.4   Explain place and seat for meditation.

    5.5   Explain time, duration and sequence of meditation

    5.6   Explain the rules and regulations for relaxation and meditation

    Module 6 Teaching Method of Yoga 

    Introduction

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    a.   Understand what is teaching and its importance.

    b.   Teaching methods used for teaching yoga.

    c.   How to be a good teacher.

    d.   Devise methods that enhance teaching.

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    6.1   Demonstrate the skill on how to begin the class.

    6.2   Demonstrate the skill on how to manage seating arrangement

    6.3   Demonstrate the skill of class management

    6.4   Demonstrate the skill of good communication.

    6.5   Demonstrate and yoga techniques to students.

    6.6   Plan a healthy and learning environment in class by using equipments and tools.

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    6.1   State the meaning and definition of teaching

    6.2   Explain component of teaching

    6.3   State and explain teaching process.

    6.4   Explain teaching methods used in yoga.

    6.5   Explain characteristics of a good teacher.

    6.6   Explain how to enhance teaching effectiveness.

    6.7   Explain need of evaluation of teaching and its methods.

    6.8   Explain how to sequence yoga techniques for teaching

    Module 7 Ashtanga Yoga

    Objective:

    The aim of this module is to enable the candidate to:

    a.   Understand meaning of Ashtanga Yoga

    b.   Understand importance of Ashtanga Yoga

    c.   Understand the eight limbs of Raja Yoga.

    d.   Understand on how to begin a yoga class according to yoga principles.

    Practical competences:

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    7.1   Demonstrate practical skill of Yama in class

    7.2   Demonstrate practical skill of Niyama in class

    7.3   Demonstrate practical skill how to teach Raja Yoga

    7.4   Demonstrate practical skill of Pratyahara and Dharana

    7.5   Demonstrate the practical differences of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga by K. Pattabhi Jois and Traditional Ashtanga.

    7.6   Determine illness or injuries of student and advise accordingly.

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    7.1   Understand true meaning and definition of Ashtanga Yoga

    7.2   Explain why Ashtanga yoga is the royal path or known as Raja Yoga and describe Ashtanga Yoga and explain eight limbs

    7.3   Explain meaning, methods and benefits Yama

    7.4   Explain meaning, methods and benefits of Niyama

    7.5   Explain meaning, principles and benefits of Pratyahara

    7.6   Explain meaning, principles and benefits of Smadhi

    7.7   Explain and differentiate between Traditional Ashtanga and Modern Ashtanga Yoga

    7.8   Describe the difference between Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga of K. Pattabhi Jois and Traditional    Ashtanga

    7.9    Describe the difference between Hatha Yoga and Rajayoga class.

    7.10 Explain the application and importance of Yoga sutra book for Yoga students.

    Module 8 Mudra and Bendha 

    Introduction

    The aim of this section is to enable the candidate to:

    a.  Chanel Prana (energy)

    b.  Calm down mind with Mudras and Bandhas

    c.  Learn advanced techniques used for Pranayama and meditation.

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    8.1   Gyana Mudra

    8.2   Chin Mudra

    8.3   Shambhavi Mudra

    8.4   Nasikagra Mudra

    8.5   Kaki Mudra

    8.6   Shanmukhi Mudra

    8.7   Vipareeta Karani Mudra

    8.8   Yoga Mudra

    8.9   Manduki Mudra

    8.10 Jalandhara Bandha

    8.11 Moola Bandha

    8.12 Uddiyana Bandha

     Description:  Identify and explain check points,

     method, duration, awareness, contra-indication,

     benefits and precaution to be taken of the above techniques.

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    8.1  State the meaning and definition of Mudra.

    8.2  Explain classification of Mudra.

    8.3  State aims and objective of Mudra.

    8.4  State the meaning and definition of Bandha.

    8.5  Explain classification of Bandha.

    8.6  Explain differences between Bandha and Mudra

    8.7  Explain similarities between Bandha and Mudra.

    8.8  Explain anatomy and physiology of Mudra and Bandha.

    Module 9  Shatkarma

     

    Introduction

    The aim of this section is to enable the candidate to:

    a. Cleanse and detoxify body.

    b. Attained mental and physical balance

    c. Creates harmony in energy system of body.

    d   Prepare for Pranayama practice.

    Practical competences

    The candidate must be able to do the following:

    9.1 Perform Jala Neti

    9.5 Demonstrate and explain preparation and drying of nostrils.

    9.6 Perform Sutraneti

    9.4 Perform Agnisara kriya

    9.5 Perform Nauli kriya.

    9.6 Perform Tratka.

    9.7 Identify and explain check points, method, duration, awareness, contra-indication,

           benefits of above techniques.

     

    Requirement: worm water, Jala Neti pot, Sutra Neti, candle, lighter.

    Knowledge requirements

    The instructor must ensure the candidate is able to:

    9.1 State the meaning and definition of Shatkarma

    9.2 Explain classification of Shatkarma.

    9.3 Explain anatomy and physiology of Jala Neti.

    9.4 Explain anatomy and physiology of Sutra Neti.

    9.5 Explain anatomy and physiology of Agnisara Kriya.

    9.6 Explain anatomy and physiology of Nuali Kriya.

    9.7 Explain anatomy and physiology of Trataka.

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    libyOver the course of the one month teacher training program , I experienced a profound transformation in my physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well being. I took the course with the expectation to deepen my yoga practice, to strengthen my asanas and learn proper alignment. I have come away with this knowledge in addition to much more: and understanding of yoga philosophy, daily detoxification practices, pranayama, meditation and a methodology for teaching. I will take the lessons I learned…
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