Yoga Teacher Training 200 Hour
Why Training In India
India is the birthplace of Yoga. This word Yoga has been derived from a Sanskrit word “Yuj” that means bind, join or to unite. Yoga is the union of our individual soul that is known as Jivatma and Supreme universal spirit that is known as Paramatma. Yoga Sanskrit Meaning Yog is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India The spiritual sense of the word yoga first arises in Epic Sanskrit, in the second half of the 1st millennium BCE, and is associated with the philosophical system presented in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, with the chief aim of “uniting” the human spirit with the Divine.
The history of Yoga in India is very long. Its existence has been noted in oldest form of literatures like the Vedas, Upanishads, Panin, Buddhist Literature, Puranas etc. In our Indian yogic culture, the first guru or rather the ‘Adi Guru’ is considered to be Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva in yogic practice is known as the relentless meditation expert. After the end of Vedic era, Yoga was also known as “Satapath”. . According to the Yogis, Yoga was believed to be a very mystically capacity of the body and mind that improved their health and mind beyond natural capacity.
Why Yoga Training in India
Aadhya Yogshala 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training is the gold standard of Yoga Teacher Training and will mark the beginning of your radical transformation and a successful career as a global yoga expert. This 200 Hours YTT course has all the tools for aspiring Yoga Teachers to develop a solid foundation to be able to find a unique Yogic self-expression.
Our 200 Hours Course comes from the experience of great yogis. After to teach many years we made this course to give a complete knowledge about Yoga and Spirituality. Its structure especially allows the students to embrace and to understand yoga by different perspectives. This shows very clearly the multidisciplinary of Yoga and the connection between many branches of ancient knowledge for instance Ayurveda and Philosophy; Meditation and Mantra; Pranayama and Asana. This experience can be a milestone in the journey of Yoga seekers to explore the age old tradition, its practices, principles and concepts.
This training is well suited for beginners and intermediate students. This training is designed for someone who wants to be a teacher and also for those who want to deepen their practice and understanding of yoga, or simply improve their quality of life. Yoga teachers as a secret society of warriors who is working for the wellness and happiness for the peoples. If you have thought about a yoga teacher training before, here are six reasons it’s time to take the leap.
Deepen your physical practice
Learn world largest culture
Find Your yoga family
Challenge yourself mentally & Physically
Explore your spirituality
Become a teacher
Highlights Of The Course
You will learn traditional style of Asanas with correct techniques.
Philosophy will increase your knowledge from where and how Yoga came in existence . You will learn what exactly Yoga is.
Yoga Anatomy will help you to understand the basic structures of the body. It includes knowledge of the bones, muscles, joints, blood vessels, nerves and organs within the body.
Meditation and Pranayama will give you different experience of life how we can find ultimate inner peace.
Ayurveda is a art to live our life with nature and within the nature. Our expert will teach you how you can make your life easy with Ayurveda.
Teaching Methodology will help you grow as a teacher or school so that you can start your own yoga school.
Duration - 3 Weeks
We divided this Teacher Training course in 3 weeks in each and every week you will learn something different. To make course effective we divided the whole syllabus in to small small portion so that it will be easy for you.
Week First – Introduction of Yoga with Philosophy of Yoga.
Week Second – Deepen your practice more focus on adjustment & alignment.
Week Third – Ayurveda ,Teaching Methodology with Evaluation
Multi Style Yoga Teacher Training ( Hathta, Ashtanga, Vinyasa )
Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an old system that includes the practice of asanas space: normal (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation. Hatha means forceful or determined in Sanskrit.
Ashtanga means eight limbs or branches of yoga.Ashtanga Yoga contains different groups of asanas and teachings on vinyasa, drishti, bandhas, mudras, and philosophy. This is a great chance for students to practice and know their level of ability, in a supportive group environment and with the inspiration and guidance of a guru. Ashtanga can be a perfect foundation for home practitioners and also those who want to teach professionally once they know the arrangement of poses.
The word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way,” like yoga poses for example. Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga, it is sometimes confused with “power yoga“.
Explore yoga poses (Asana) by type, from arm balances to backbends, inversions, twists and more. Plus, find sequences and step-by-step pose instructions for each to enhance your practice. Asanas are one of the most important facets of Yoga. Each asana is performed for a particular beneficial reason. Our Teacher will help you to aligning the body posture, getting rid of toxins, losing weight, overall health, taking away fatigue, and relaxing the mind.
Our teacher training course will give you a brief knowledge about Philosophy , Definition and Meaning of Yoga.Yoga is an ancient philosophy. To become a Yoga teachers we should not only understand the philosophy and ideas attached to as well we should share these same ideologies with our students in the future. We will lean .
o Yoga Sutras and the 8 limbs of Yoga.
o Yogic History and understanding all paths of yoga.
o Introduction to subtle bodies
o Introduction to the key ancient texts of the yogic path
o Understanding the foundational teachings of Yoga and Vedanta on Life, Self and the Universe
o Yoga as a path to awakening and the Yogic way of life
It is believed that mantras can penetrate the depths of the oblivious mind. A mantra is a revealed word, a divine sound that has been received or experienced by an adept in the state of deep samadhi (spiritual absorption). It is a condensed form of spiritual energy, the sound body of the Divine Being. It can also be thought of as a compact prayer. During this training you will feel the power of Mantra.
Yoga nidra, or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful meditation technique, and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain. While the practitioner rests comfortably in savasana (corpse pose), this systematic meditation takes you through the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self), leaving you with a sense of wholeness.
We will learn here:-
o Basic Relaxation
o Tension Relaxation
o Full Body Relaxation
Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years. Meditation originally was meant to help deepen understanding of the sacred and mystical forces of life. These days, meditation is commonly used for relaxation and stress reduction.Meditation is considered a type of mind-body complementary medicine. Meditation can produce a deep state of relaxation and a tranquil mind.
Pranayama (Breathing Practice)
Pranayama yoga is also called “breathing yoga” because it is based on the principle of controlling the breath. The name Pranayama yoga, according to linguistic sources, comes from the words “prana” (life force) and “yama” (control).Pranayama is the formal practice of controlling the breath, which is the source of our Prana , or vital life force. Here read up on pranayama exercise & Poses , breathing techniques and sequences,o Breath Retention ( Kumbhaka Pranayama )
o Channel Cleaning Breath ( Nadi Shodhana Pranayama)
o Conqueror Breath ( Ujjayi Pranayama)
o Lion Pose ( Blow Off your Steam , Wakeup Your Face , and Lighten Up Your Practice in Silly Simhasana )
o Single Nostril Breath ( Surya / Chandra Bhedana
o Skull Shining Breath ( Kapalabhati Pranayama)
Important part of Yoga science is to let the unwanted out so that the nature fills the requirement in time, which also helps to perform to asana or pranayama without straining. Non Cleansed system cannot gain much benefit from yoga. Yoga has six important cleansing techniques which prefer as a master tool to cleanse whole body to union the system mechanism cooperative during the path of meditation, which the technique is termed as shatkarmas in sanskrit. These techniques are highly valuable in healing all the possible internal disorders. The six practices of shatkarmas are as follows:
Yoga and Ayurveda is both a important part of today’s life if we need to live a happy and healthy life we need to know about both.We are giving to our students a small course about Ayurveda with our TTC in which you will learn about Ayurveda..
o Introduction what is ayurveda?
o Prakriti and vikruti
o Doshas Vata, Pitta and Kapha explain quality and how balanced them
o Satvic diet and yoga. Why this kind of diet?
o Pancha Karma
o Some basic remedies and home remedies of Ayurveda
Beyond philosophy, meditation, asana, and Pranayama, there is still much more for an intern to learn about teaching Yoga. These subjects get some attention, during a 200-hour Yoga certification course, but once an intern has successfully graduated, a peripheral subject becomes a part of daily independent research or continuing education.
Teaching methodology is learned by instructing classes. Interns should have a firm grasp of the principles, practices, and procedures involved in teaching classes. Upon successful graduation, interns have learned the necessary procedures and techniques involved in teaching a class.
The package includes 21 days 21 nights’ accommodation (double sharing or single).
Accommodation at our School with all facilities such as big rooms with attached bathroom, a/c room and views that include the river and mountains.
An additional complimentary night is offer prior to the course start date
Free unlimited filtered cold and hot water
A welcome bag full of surprise goodies.
Use of campus facilities such as free wifi, garden, etc
Yoga Alliance International India Certification of completion. The certificate enables you to register with Yoga Alliance International as a 200 hours RYT.
Teacher Training Manual approved by Yoga Alliance International India.
Three organic delicious meals per day, plus morning & evening herbal tea.
Full immersion into a unique yogic culture
Outdoor excursions that include some of the Caves, temples, waterfalls, or local mountain villages.
Full guidance of senior experienced and dedicated faculty.
What's Not Includes
Pick & Drop
Entry Tickets to Sightseeing
06.00 Am Herbal Tea
06:30 Am Mantra & Pranayama
07:30 Am Yoga Asana
09.00 Am Breakfast
10:00 Am Yoga Philosophy
11:30 Am Anatomy & Physiology
12:30 Pm Lunch
13:30 Pm Self Study
16:00 Pm Alignment & Adjustment
17:30 Pm Tea Break with Snacks
18.00 Pm Meditation
19:30 Pm Dinner
20:30 Pm Silence / Mediation
21:30 Pm Lights Of
** Subject to Change**