200 Hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in India is a popular course that is open to beginners, yoga practitioners with some experience and anyone who would like to teach this ancient style of yoga.
Hatha yoga is a practice where diet and pranayama are as crucial as the practice of yoga asana. The diet, regulatory breathing and asana provide the body with energy so it becomes capable of sustaining higher practices of yoga-like meditation.
|Course Name||200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training|
|Yoga Style||Hatha Yoga|
|Module||Residential with Meals|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Certification||RYT 200 Yoga Alliance|
|Venue||Abhayaranya Yoga Ashram / Jhanvi Yoga Ashram|
|Course Fees||US $900 to $1600|
|23 Jan - 29 Jan 2023||27 Feb - 25 Mar 2023|
|03 Apr - 29 Apr 2023||08 May - 03 Jun 2023||12 Jun - 08 Jul 2023|
|17 Jul - 12 Aug 2023||21 Aug - 16 Sep 2023||25 Sep - 21 Oct 2023|
|30 Oct - 25 Nov 2023||04 Dec - 30 Dec 2023|
It is believed that mantras can penetrate the depths of the oblivious mind. Mantras are Sanskrit language elements constantly chanted to adjust the vibration of all regards of your being and have an everlasting influence.
One of the perks of mantra chanting is that it can help manage tension. Scientifically referred to as Mantropathy, it is widely practiced for healing and environment cleansing.
Shatkarma is a yogic purification and cleansing technique. Shatkarma ensures that our bodies stay strong, healthy and clean. The technique can help get rid of toxins and embrace a pleasant and refreshing living.
Asanas are one of the most important facets of Yoga. Each asana is performed for a particular beneficial reason. The reasons can vary and may include aligning the body posture, getting rid of toxins, losing weight, overall health, taking away fatigue, and relaxing the mind.
One of the key elements of the 50 hour yoga teacher training India curriculum is to make teachers aware of the importance of sequencing. Sequencing has a vital role to play in conducting a successful and efficient class.
A yoga class environment cannot be predicted at all times. It is in the hands of the teacher to engage the class, create a flow and share his/her teachings most suitably and effectively possible.
The course also consists of a part that teaches to enhance the effectiveness of a class with the use of props. Smart and intelligent use of props is a skill and is to be used to engage the class better.
Yoga Postures along with their names and meanings are taught in detail. The meaning of a posture can help the learner understand it better and it will also have a better impact as compared to doing it for the sake of it.
The practice of breathing is considered the foundation of Yoga. Deep breathing combined with Yoga has several benefits such as improved blood flow, detoxifies the body, improved digestion among others.
A deeper level of meditation and concentration to know the truth is referred to as Dhyana. Dhyana is mostly done to reach Samadhi, meaning bliss which is the ultimate goal of Yoga
Understanding human anatomy will help people understand yoga and its aspects better. This will also help achieve holistic health and the therapeutics of yoga practices.
Yoga is an ancient philosophy. To be a Yoga teacher one should understand the philosophy and ideas attached to it.
Apart from this, they should also be able to share these same ideologies with their students in the future. The 50 hour YTT Course in Rishikesh assures to share this philosophy with their worldwide crowd
Teaching a skill by itself that demands confidence. The 50 hour Yoga teacher training in Rishikesh also ensures that enthusiasts are open to learning the skill of teaching and can excel in the same with practice.
The 200 hour TTC at Rishikesh Yogpeeth follows a strict schedule in compliance with Yoga Alliance standards. Nearly 6 to 7 hours of training time are assigned to some aspect of yoga each day. You could find the training intensive but enlightening.
|05:30 am||Wake Up|
|06:00 am||Herbal Tea|
|06:15 am||Nasal Cleansing|
|06:30 am||Mantra Chanting & Pranayama|
|07:30 am||Yoga Asana|
|11:00 am||Yoga Philosophy|
|12:00 pm||Yoga Anatomy|
|02:30 pm||Self study / Assignment|
|03:30 pm||Alignment and Adjustment|
|05:00 pm||Yoga Asana|
|10:45 pm||Lights Out|