YOGA TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMS IN INDIA

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Detailed Syllabus:


AYM yoga school in Rishikesh provides provide yoga teacher training program in India, includes 200 hour yoga ttc, 300 hour yoga ttc and one or two week yoga courses. The detail syllabus of.


200-hour yoga teacher training is


Module 1 Introduction to Yoga and Streams of Yoga(yoga philosophy)

  • 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 meaning, principles and benefits of Hatha Yoga.
  • 1.11   Explain meaning, principles and benefits of AshtangaVinyasa.
  • 1.12   Explain why it is necessary to differentiate between traditional and modern Yoga.
  • 1.13   Explain the Physiology, application and importance of Yoga.

  • Module 2 Yoga Asana

    The candidate must be able to do all asana listed in ashtangavinyasa series which have standing asanas, sitting asanas, lying down asanas, Inverse asanas, Meditative asanas Rexative asana.

  • 2.1   Explain and identify check points, method, duration, awareness, contra-indication and benefits of asana.
  • 2.2   State the meaning and definition of asana.
  • 2.3   Explain characteristics of asana.
  • 2.4   State aims and objective of asana.
  • 2.5   Explain place and seat for asana.
  • 2.6   Explain rules and regulations before and after doing asana.
  • 2.7   Explain the difference between asana and exercise.
  • 2.8   Explain classification of asana.
  • 2.9   Explain anatomy and physiology of standing asanas, sitting asanas, lying down asanas, Inverse asanas, Meditative asanas Rexative asana Static and dynamic asana.

  • Module 3 Yogic Breathing (Pranayama)

  • 3.1   State the meaning and definition of Pranayama.
  • 3.2   Explain characteristics of Pranayama.
  • 3.3   State aims and objective of Pranayama.
  • 3.4   Explain place and seat for Pranayama.
  • 3.5   Explain time, duration and sequence of Pranayama
  • 3.6   Explain the benefits of Pranayama on body and mind
  • 3.7   Explain types of breathing useful in Pranayama
  • 3.8   Identify and explain checkpoints of different types of breathing and methods, duration, awareness, contra-indication, anatomy and physiology, benefits of Abdomen breathing, Thoracic breathing, Clavicle breathing, kapalabhati, bhastrika, nadishodhana, sitali, sitkari pranayama.

  • Module 4 Yogic Relaxations and Meditation

  • 4.1   State the meaning and definition of meditation.
  • 4.2   Explain characteristics of meditation.
  • 4.3   State aims and objective of meditation.
  • 4.4   Explain place and seat for meditation.
  • 4.5   Explain time, duration and sequence of meditation.
  • 4.6   Explain the rules and regulations for relaxation and meditation.
  • 4.7   Identify and explain checkpoints, methods, anatomy and physiology, awareness, contra-indication, benefits of different meditation techniques.

  • Module 5 Teaching Method of Yoga

  • 5.1   State the meaning and definition of teaching
  • 5.2   Explain component of teaching
  • 5.3   State and explain teaching process.
  • 5.4   Explain teaching methods used in yoga.
  • 5.5   Explain characteristics of a good teacher.
  • 5.6   Explain how to enhance teaching effectiveness.
  • 5.7   Explain need of evaluation of teaching and its methods.
  • 5.8   Explain how to sequence and design of yoga class.
  • 5.9   Explain lesson planning, its principles and presentation of yoga lesson.

  • Module 6Shatkarma

  • 6.1   State the meaning and definition of Shatkarma.
  • 6.2   Explain classification of Shatkarma.
  • 6.3   Explain anatomy and physiology of JalaNeti.
  • 6.4   Explain anatomy and physiology of Sutra Neti.
  • 6.5   Explain anatomy and physiology of AgnisaraKriya.
  • 6.6   Explain anatomy and physiology of NualiKriya.
  • 6.7   Explain anatomy and physiology of Trataka.
  • 6.7   Identify and explain checkpoints, method, duration, anatomy and physiology, awareness, contra-indication, Benefits of above techniques.

  • Recommended Books: yoga teacher training programs in rishikesh

  • »   APMB- Satyananda Saraswati, Swami. Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha. by Yoga Publications Trust: Bihar School of Yoga.
  • »   YA - Kaminoff, Leslie, and Amy Matthews. Yoga Anatomy. 2nd ed. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2012.

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