Sunday, 10 April 2011

Teachers Training Yoga Course (200 hrs - One Month)

Teachers Training Yoga Course (200 hrs - One 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.

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:-

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
6.30 - 7.00 am. - Chanting.
7.00 - 8.00 am - Asanas /kriyas.
8.00 - 9.00 am - Pranayama/Mudras.
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 .

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