21 Days 200 Hour Hatha yoga Teacher Training Course Mysore
200 Hour Hatha yoga teacher training course Mysore at Yoga With Srinatha is where one is able to evolve oneself from being a non practitioner to a regular practitioner and from being a regular practitioner to guide people into their practice.
This entire journey from being a non-practitioner to a practitioner and then to a teacher is filled with exploration of the various body movements which we otherwise think is not possible as we never practiced breathing in a position other than standing, sitting or lying down. The practice of Yoga allows us to explore the subtle aspect of our breath called Prana which transcends the physical limitation of the body and allows us to move and comfortably stay in different yogic postures and practice them.
Hatha Yoga is an essential science of humanity. During ancient times, hatha yoga was practiced as a preparation for higher state of consciousness. In modern times, the practice has moved more towards the physical.
Hatha Yoga can be summarized as the “Science of Purification”. Upanishads and Puranas have references of Hatha Yoga dated earlier than 6th century BC.
Purification of the body is the priority in Hatha Yoga and hence Shatkarma comes before asana and pranayama.
Hatha Yoga believes that self-control and self-discipline starts with the body and it is easier than controlling the mind as propounded by Raja Yoga. The entire purpose of Hatha Yoga is to prepare the practitioner for the culmination of Raja Yoga.
Pranayama can be derived to have two meanings – Prana + Yama and Prana + Ayama.
Prana means “Vital Force” , Yama means “Control” and Ayama means “Expansion”.
Hence Pranayama can be understood as either “Control of the Vital Force” or “Expanding the Potential of the Vital Force”.
In one of the Vedantic texts named “Upadesh Saara” it is mentioned that Prana and Mind are the two branches of the same tree. Prana is the lower branch and Mind is the higher branch. To grab the higher branch we will have to pull the lower branch down. Hence to control the mind first we need to control the Prana. Only through steadiness in the Prana can we move towards steadiness of the Mind.
Pranayama is practiced to understand and control the pranic process in the body. Breathing is the direct means of absorbing prana and the way by which we breathe sets off pranic vibrations which guides our entire being. We, at Yoga with Srinatha, focus on the science of Yogic Breathing.
The Basis of life is Breath. Hence every human being alive continues to breathe however mostly unconsciously. We, at Yoga with Srinatha, focus upon bringing the change in the pattern of breathing by practicing more conscious breathing which the person can then practice off the mat as well.
Teaching Methodology is the session which hones the teaching skills of the student by helping the student assimilate the theoretical and practical knowledge gained during the Teacher Training Course. It involves detailed study of the postures, which muscles to engage and which muscles to relax in a posture, how to safely correct the student & help the practitioner reach the right alignment with ease, which props to use according to the needs of the student, establishment of the priorities and boundaries and also time management.
Anatomy is the science that studies the structure of the body.
Our Yoga Anatomy classes opens doors for the practitioner to understand their own body type and move in and out of the posture injury free by creating awareness of the interaction of different muscles, joints, nervous system and breathing in a posture.
The word Yoga, a Sanskrit word, comes from the Sanskrit root “Yuj” which means “to join”. It is the Union of the individual consciousness with the Supreme consciousness. The essence of Philosophy says that there was never two but one. Realization of this reality and continuous abidance in this state of Union is what all four paths (Karma, Bhakti, Ashtanga and Jnana) of Yoga wants human beings to culminate at.
Here in the yoga teacher training course we gain an in-depth understanding of the history and philosophy of this sacred land of Knowledge called Bharatvarsha through Patanjali Yoga Sutras and Vedanta which will enable us to evolve us into a better human being and transform our fundamental relationship with life.
Dhyana which is loosely translated as Meditation in English is a state of total stillness of the mind according to Patanjali Yoga Sutras. Each Sadhaka has its own path to follow however each of them has Dhyana as part of the spiritual journey.
Ashtanga Yoga propounded by Maharishi Patanjali begins with yama which is social ethics; then niyama which is self ethics; asana which involves postures; pranayama which is expansion of the Prana; Pratyahara which is withdrawal of the senses / mind from external objects; dharana which is one pointedness of the mind and then comes dhyana (meditation).
Ayurveda has an age-old documented history of more than 5000 years. The Fundamentals of Ayurveda works on the principle that the entire universe is composed of five elements Vayu (Air), Jala (Water), Aakash (Space or ether), Prithvi (Earth) and Teja (Fire). These five elements (referred as pancha mahabhoota) are believed to form the three basic humors of the human body in varying combinations. The humors are Vata, Pitta and Kapha and are together called Tridoshas. They control the basic physiological functions of the body along with five sub-doshas for each of the principal doshas.
The yoga teacher training at YogawithSrinatha allows us to connect with our breath in ways which we otherwise are unable to experience. Here we focus on the correct alignment in each posture to derive maximum benefit out of the practice. Our comprehensive Hatha Yoga Teacher Training includes Shat Kriyas, Asanas, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra, Anatomy, Philosophy, Meditation, Ayurveda and Teaching Methodology.
Certified with Yoga Alliance, we pay special attention in providing the most authentic practice available to the students in order to take their practice to the new level and improve upon their teaching skills.
Our 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training course is suitable for all Yoga Sadhaka and Practitioners who want to deepen their understanding of Yoga as Practice, Yoga as Philosophy and more importantly Yoga as the way of life.
7:00 – 8:30am hatha yoga (focusing on alignment)
11:00-12: 00pm yoga philosophy
12:30pm- 2:30pm methodology
4:30-6:00pm hatha yoga
6:15-7:15 pm mediation
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