Teachers Training Yoga Course (RYS 200)

(0ne Month)

Teacher Training Course in Yoga Pre-requisite :- The candidate's age should be below 45 years at the time of admission and he/she must submit with his/her application, a certificate of physical fitness signed by a registered medical practitioner. For Foreign Students there is no age Limit. The executive committee in deserving places may consider application of Yoga Aspirants above the age of 45. In case a candidate is found unfit to undergo the course, his/her training will be discontinued and no refund of fees will be made.

To Enroll For This Course One Needs To Fill The Application Form . Details Will Be Sent To Your Email.

Course Syllabus:-
Yoga and Physical Education

  • Concepts of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • Aims and Objectives of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • Education as a common ground of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • Means of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • Concept of Exercise in Physical Education and its comparison with Yogic Practices.
  • Problem of Integration of personality tackled in Yoga.
  • Application of Yoga in Physical Education.
  • Utility of Yoga Techniques in Physical Education.
  • Co-ordination of Yoga and Physical Education for maximum benefit.

  • Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices
    • Introduction to Human Body andsystems in brief with special reference to Respiratory, Digestive, Muscular and Nervous systems.
    • Postural Physiology with reference to Asana.
    • Asana - Definition and Classification, Similarities and dissimilarities between Asana and Exercise.
    • Pranayama - Definition and Classification. Difference between pranayama and deep breathing. Importance of Rechaka, Kumbhaka, Puraka.
    • Introduction to Kriyas, Mudras and Bandhas in brief.
    • Points 3, 4 and 5 above are to be explained in relation to Anatomy and Physiology with some suitable examples of researches on these Practices.
    • Traditional Yoga The main book is Astangayoga & Hatha Yoga, etc.
    • Introduction, Definition of Yoga according to Patanjali, Gita, Swatmarama, etc.
    • Vital points of the body according to Vasistha Samhita.
    • Astanga & Hatha Yoga.
    • Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana & Dhyana,Awakening of the Kundalini.
    • Mudra, Bandha, Effects of Mudra and Bandha, Chakra,Satkarma

    • Yoga and Mental Health
      • Health, Mental Health, Hygiene, Mental Hygiene : Yogic and Medical perspectives.
      • Yoga and Modern psychology : A synthetic approach for existential problems.
      • Concept of Normality : Psychological and Yogic approaches.
      • Emotional Disorders : Caurses, effects and remedies in Patanjala Yoga Sutra.
      • Conflict, Frustration : Yogic Remedies.
      • Personal and interpersonal Adjustments through Yoga.
      • Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas and Pranayamas - their contribution to Physical and Mental Health.
      • Prayer - its significance in Yogic Practices.

      • Standing postures:-
        • Namaskarasana, Tadasana, Vrksasana, Chakrasana, Garudasana, Trikonasana, Parivrtta-Trikonasana, Parsvakonasana, Urdhva astasana, Padahastasana, Parvatasana, Ardha Kati Chakrasana, Ardha Chakrasana, Surya Namaskara, etc

        • Sitting postures:-
        • Pascimottanasana, Ardha-Matsyendrasana, Mayurasana, Budarasana, Ardha Padma, Gomukhasana, Padmasana, Tolasana, Vajrasana, sputa vajarasana, Ustrasana, vakrasana, etc
        • Supine postures:-
        • Sarvangasana, Navasana, Matsyasana, uttita padasana, pavanamuktasana, merudandasana, sarvangasana, Halasana, viparikarini-asana, etc

        • Prone postures:-
        • Makarasana, Bhujangasana, Salabhasana, Dhanurasana, Naukasana, etc
        • Practice of the Foundation Course keeps one healthy and strong - physically, emotionally and mentally. It carries energy and circulation to every part of the body, and unites the body, mind and breath.

        • Inverted postures:-
        • Shirshasana.

        • Prone postures:-
        • Introduction : Need of Practice Teaching and its use in Yogic Practices.
        • Prayer - its significance in Yogic Practices.
        • Scientific principles involving Yogic practice teaching.
        • Presentation Technique : Its meaning.
        • Class Management : Its meaning and need.
        • Preparation of Lesson Plan in Yogic practices.
        • Time allotment in different Yogic lesson plans.
        • Lesson Presentation.

        • TTC time table *
        • 6.00 - 7.30 am. - Chanting / Asanas .
        • 7.00 - 8.00 am - Asanas .
        • 8.00 - 9.00 am - Pranayama .
        • 9.00 - 10.00 am - Meditation.
        • 4.00 - 5.00 pm - Reading & Practice.
        • 5.00 - 7.00 pm - Theory.
        • 7.00 - 8.00 pm - Meditation /Chanting.

        • Examination and Certificates :-
        • There will be written, practical and Viva - examinations at the end of the course.
        • Successful candidates will be awarded a Certificate .
        • Fees Includes Certificate Of Teacher Training From Yoga Alliance , Registration As Teacher With Yoga Alliance International , Herbal Tea Every Day , Course Manual .. etc.
        • For Accomodation And Fees Details Please Email Us : omayurvedamysore@gmail.com.

        • *The above time table may change.


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