Asanas: Practise of the yogasanas consists 4 hours each day from Monday to Saturday. Morning practise focuses on the pracitse of asanas with a therapeutic approach and also opening up the vital centers in the body. They will also practise the modified vinyasa flow and learn to create their own vinyasa sequences. In the evenings practise students will be get trained in teaching methodology. From the third week onwards they will be teaching classes for 200 hour(hat yoga pradipika) level students.
Pranayama: Pracitse of yogic pranayama (breath work) every day will provide a solid foundation for increasing the pranic reserves within and use it positively to gain vitality at various levels and to be able to teach them skillfully in their classes.
Yoga nidra and meditation also are practiced regularly to allow students to understand relaxation and meditation deeper and to be able to use them with confidence in their own teaching classes.
Yoga Anatomy: 200 Hrs hatha Yoga Teacher Training Students will study the various anatomical and physiological concepts in correlation to the yogic practices in order to have deeper experience of providing in class explanations, methodology, alignment in positions, demonstration, cues, correction and feedback techniques of teaching hat yoga pradipika.
Yoga philosophy includes the indepth study of yoga sutras of patanjali to gain insights into yoga as a preventive medicine for various physical and mental disorders. This provides a firm foundation for learning the therapeutic applications of yogic techniques. Hatha yoga pradeepika will be studied to learn about the curative aspects of yoga and to get more knowledge on the correct classical techniques of hat yoga pradipika.
Mantra chanting and Bhajans will add the holistic experience to the course and also making them able to use them in their class teachings more effectively.
Yoga therapy session will provide more detailed knowledge about the pathological conditions related to several common disorders and how yoga can be used to restore health and well being.
Importance of diet and inclusions of a yogic diet suitable from physiological, mental and spiritual perspective