300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, Greater Noida, Mumbai, Dol India Certified by Yoga Alliance USA. Advance Hatha, Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, Greater Noida, Mumbai, Dol India. To Enroll in the RYS 300 course, it is mandatory for you to have a RYS 200 certificate from the preceding course, as the curriculum builds on from the concepts you have formerly learned and practiced in your 200 hour Yoga TTC. RYS 300 hrs is for yoga teachers designated as RYT 200. The 200-hour yoga course lays the foundation of yoga for the students, whereas the 300-hour course helps in constructing a beautiful structure upon it. The deeper understanding of yoga molds the personality of a person becoming an inspired teacher. It will provide you knowledge of advance yoga teaching skills. After completion of 300 hrs you can teach beginner, intermediate and advanced students with clarity and confidence. It enables you to get registered as RYT–500 and creates the new ing for you teach anywhere in the world.
Syllabus – 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, Greater Noida, Mumbai, Dol India
There exists at present a good deal of misconception with regard to the practices of yoga. Yoga philosophy is needed to get linked with tradition by a direct reference to the treatises. This class will allow students to understand and appreciate the classical literature of Yoga. The philosophy of yoga is an integrated view of life. It includes an understanding nature of existence, man and his role in investigating true self. The 300 hr philosophy is comprised of the following yogic texts:
Orientation of Patanjali’s yoga sutra:
In the Yoga Sutras, Patanjali has provided a very scientific and practical exposition of the philosophy and practice of yoga. One very important section of the book describes what is commonly called Ashtanga yoga, or Eight Limbs of yoga, which provides practical guidelines for experiencing the ultimate state of consciousness. The discourse will be a recollection of Ashtanga Yoga from the 200-hour discourse and will detail the important sutras, including a discussion of the last two chapters
Orientation of Hathayoga Pradipika:
This is a classic text on Hatha Yoga written by Yogi Swatmarama. The instructions given in the text are very useful in understanding the mechanics of the body and channelizing the energies to establish harmony. By bringing balance between sun (Ha) and moon (Tha), one can prepare for a higher possibility. Topics include:
» Relationship of Hathayoga and Rajayoga
» Greatness of Hathayoga
» Hathayogi lineage
» Importance of Hatha Yoga
» Destructive and constructive aspects of yoga
» Methods of Hathayoga Practice and Yogic diet
Orientation of Gheranda Samhita:
Gheranda samhita and Hathayoga Pradipika are two of the older main Hatha Yoga texts available in India. Dated back a few centuries, they are still studied today to understand the therapeutic aspect of Hatha Yoga. The Hathayoga practices described in Gheranda Samhita are known as Ghatayoga, which describes the human body as a clay pot and the practices of Hathayoga as the means by which one molds the clay, seals the cracks in the wet clay and solidifies the pot through the fire of one’s own disciplined practice. Topics include:
» Introduction to Gheranda Samhita
» Seven step of Ghatayoga
» Benefits of Ghatayoga
» Purification techniques
» Classification of asanas and their benefits
» A comparative study of Hathayoga and Ghata yoga.
Orientation of Upanishad:
The Upanishads (defined as “to sit with one’s self” or “to sit in the presence of the master”) are the insights gained by the yogis. It discusses liberation through wisdom. This is the end portion of the Vedas, and the subject of yoga is presented in a conversational form. It is very easy to comprehend the discussion of yoga through the Upanishads. The quality of discrimination between real and unreal unfolds during the study of the Upanishads. Studying the Upanishads helps the practitioner to implement yoga in their daily lives. A study of the Upanishads inspires the question of, Ko Ham? Who am I?
This class provides a meticulous understanding of Anatomy and Physiology of the human organ systems key to one’s yogic practice, with a brief discussion of the remaining organ systems. The correlation between the physiology and the psycho-philosophical nature of the human organ systems is also discussed.
(i) Muscular System: Muscle classification, histology, properties, distribution, mechanism of muscle contraction, neuromuscular transmission, ligaments and tendons.
(ii) Skeletal System: Bone types, structure and function, spinal column, joints, end field restrictions.
(iii) Lymphatic and Immune System: Function of the lymphatic system, major and accessory organs (lymph, lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils, thymus, capillaries), composition of blood corpuscles (red blood corpuscles, white blood corpuscles, platelets). Plasma, lymph, hemoglobin, coagulation of blood and anticoagulants, blood groups and their importance, lymphatic system, immunity types and mechanism of immunity. Relationship of the lymphatic system to pranamaya kosha.
(iv) Cardiovascular System: Function of the cardiovascular system, major and accessory organs (the heart, blood vessels – veins, arteries). Properties of cardiac muscle, control of cardiac cycle and circulation, cardiac output, blood pressure, heart rate. Relationship of cardiovascular system to annamaya kosha.
(v) Respiratory System: Function of the respiratory system, major organs (nasal cavity, trachea, lungs, bronchioles, bronchiole trees, alveolar sacs, diaphragm, chest, shoulder and back muscles). Mechanism of breathing, exchange of gases, pulmonary function tests, lung volume, control of respiration. Relationship of respiratory system to annamaya kosha.
(vi) Digestive System: Function of digestive system, major and accessory organs (mouth, salivary glands, tongue, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, small and large intestines). Mechanism of secretion of: saliva, gastric juice, pancreatic enzymes, bile, intestinal secretions. Role of these secretions in digestion of food, absorption and assimilation of nutrients and excretion of feces. Relationship of digestive system to annamaya kosha.
(vii) Endocrine System: Function of endocrine system, major and accessory organs (thyroid, parathyroid, hypothalamus, thalamus, adrenal glands, hippocampus, pituitary gland, reproductive glands). Hormones produced by these glands and their effect on hypo- and hyperactivity of the body. Role of insulin in glucose metabolism. Relationship of endocrine system to manomaya kosha.
(viii) Nervous System: Function of nervous system, major and accessory organs (brain, spinal column, cranial nerves, spinal nerves). Gross anatomy of the brain: cerebrum, cerebellum, spinal cord. Physiology and important connections of cerebrum, pons, medulla, thalamus, hypothalamus, pineal gland, pituitary gland, cerebellum. Physiology of Somatic Nervous System and Autonomic Nervous System: Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous System. Relationship of nervous system to manomaya kosha.
(ix) Physiology of main Asanas.
(x) Common yoga injuries and their prevention.
To structure and sequence a class
Teaching different meditation techniques
Organizing and preparing for workshop
Principles of demonstration, observation, alignment and correction
Mantra is a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. The reverberating sound harmonious the body and mind.
Teaching Methodology, Yoga Alignment
You cannot claim to be a Yoga Teacher unless you familiarise yourself with the necessary techniques of teaching an Asana session. You cannot effectively teach an Asana session unless you know how to devise modifications for the students who cannot perform the final postures with ease. This class focuses on creating a syllabus that encapsulates important Asanas and the ideal methods to teach them. Additionally, you will learn how to optimise and adjust the poses, as well as some variations for the difficult poses by the use of props, micro-bends, and other easier approaches.
ASANA AND PRANAYAMA PRACTICE SESSIONS.
The practice of Aasanas and pranayama is imperative for a Yogi to fortify the mind, body, and soul. The 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training course at Yoga School consists of a carefully curated curriculum that entails rehearsal of numerous Yogaasanas and techniques of Praanaayaama to hone the Yogi’s physical posture and enable the conscious and deliberate control of one’s breath. A specific set of Aasanas belonging to the Hatha Yoga and Ashtaanga Yoga styles are incorporated into the curriculum, thus empowering the Yogi to master these techniques and reap full benefits of the same.
Adho mukha vrkshasana
Ardh matsyendra asana
Parivritti janu sirshasana
Back bend postures
Forward bend postures
Ardh padam paschimotanasana
Adho mukha svanasana
Bak dhayan asana
Daily Schedule – 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, Greater Noida, Mumbai, Dol India
300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training 4 Week Course followed by some Yogic Purification (Mon, Thur), Pranayama (Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat), ashtanga Yoga Classes and perhaps some classes or lectures in philosophy or anatomy.
Schedule 6:00 Am To 10:30 AM
06:00 am – Wake Up
06:30 am – Herbal Tea
06:45 AM – Shatkarma/Yogic cleansing
07:00 am – chanting and pranayama
07:30 – 9am – Yoga Asana
09:00 am – Breakfast
10:00 am – Yoga Anatomy
Schedule 11:30 PM To 10:45 PM
11:30 am – Yoga Philosophy
1:00 pm – Lunch, Rest/self-study
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Teaching Methodology, Yoga Alignment
04:30 pm – 06:30 – A Traditional Sequence
07:00 pm – Dinner
08:30 pm – Self Study
10:00 pm – Lights Out
What does The course fees include
- 4 Week Shared Accommodation | Single accommodation $200 Extra
- Daily nutritious vegetarian meals and herbal tea
- Weekend excursions
- Course materials will be provided (Note Books, Yoga Mat, cleansing kit)
300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh – Principles and Guideline:
- Teaching starts from early in the morning.
- Respectful behavior is mandatory at all times on and off the premises.
- Respect the rules and regulations Arogya Yoga School.
- Course fees are non-refundable.
- Before departure from Arogya Yoga School, students must return all books from the library.
- Non veg. food, smoking and drinking alcohol are not allowed on the Arogya Yoga School premises.
300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training – General Rules
- Silence should be maintained between 10 PM until the morning.
- Regular home work should be completed.
- All classes are mandatory to attend unless you are ill.
- As a part of the evaluation procedure there will be an assessment for certification.
- Arogya Yoga School reserves the right to disqualify any students at anytime during the course for misconduct.
- Eating and drinking (anything other than water) is NOT ALLOWED in the yoga halls.
- Use of electronic gadgets (i.e., mobile phones, laptops, tablets) during lectures is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
- During asana practice leave all jewelry, books, extra clothing, book bags and purses in your room. Only yoga mat and water bottles permitted in yoga hall.
- Management expects all students to clear your practice space immediately following your practices.