200 Hours Yoga Ayurveda Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
The program offers a yoga alliance registered with 200 Hour Ayurveda Yoga-Teacher-Training-Courses in Rishikesh, India.
This AYTTC 200 Teacher Training Course : This program is especially for those who wish to get training in yoga and Ayurveda together. The training is especially drawn to make students study the concept of soul, mind and mind by following the principle of Yoga and Ayurveda together. The course comprises the study of combining Ayurveda and Yoga therapeutically, understand to transform and balance yourself with traditional yoga and Ayurveda therapies.
Since Ayurveda courses, eternities and traditional yoga in Rishikesh are popular among the yoga fanatics. This course aims to make people learn about yoga and it remains ignited in their hearts. The training course always focuses on physical and mental well-being. The course is given under the guidance of professional Ayurveda charas and yoga gurus. It provides yoga and Ayurveda teacher training along with yoga and Ayurveda retreats.
This course is especially to help students to deepen their knowledge of yoga and Ayurveda and make them learn various styles of Ayurveda and yoga professionally.
Pancha Mahabhuta Concept : Knowledge of physiology, modern anatomy and Ayurveda for therapy according to the disease. Benefits of Prana Vata and Pranayama, Bandhas, yogic shatkarma/Shatkriya (yogic way of cleaning), techniques of breathing, Panchkarma (detoxification technique). Upon successful completion of the training and final exam, students will get the 200-hour certificate and also register with the yoga international alliance at level 200 RYT.
About Yoga Ayurveda Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
The 200-hour Yoga Ayurveda teacher training course in Rishikesh, India is a comprehensive program that combines the ancient wisdom of Yoga and Ayurveda to provide students with a holistic understanding of these practices. The course is designed for individuals who are looking to deepen their knowledge and understanding of Yoga and Ayurveda, and for those who wish to become certified Yoga teachers.
Rishikesh, located in the northern state of india, is considered the spiritual capital of India and is known as the birthplace of Yoga. The city is surrounded by the Himalayas, which provide a serene and peaceful environment for learning and practicing Yoga and Ayurveda. The course is held in a traditional ashram, which offers a secluded and peaceful environment for students to focus on their studies and practice.
The course is divided into two parts: Yoga and Ayurveda. The Yoga component of the course includes the study of Asana (Yoga postures), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Meditation, and Yoga philosophy. The Asana component of the course focuses on the proper alignment and technique of the postures, as well as the benefits of each posture. The Pranayama component of the course teaches students various breathing techniques, including Ujjayi, Nadi Shodhana, and Bhramari, which are designed to help students control their breath and improve their overall well-being. The Meditation component of the course teaches students various techniques for quieting the mind, such as Trataka, and helps students understand the importance of meditation in the practice of Yoga.
The Ayurveda component of the course includes the study of Ayurvedic philosophy, Ayurvedic nutrition, and Ayurvedic massage. The Ayurvedic philosophy component of the course teaches students about the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and how they affect the body and mind. The Ayurvedic nutrition component of the course teaches students about the importance of proper nutrition for maintaining good health and how to prepare Ayurvedic meals. The Ayurvedic massage component of the course teaches students about the benefits of Ayurvedic massage and how to perform various Ayurvedic massage techniques.
The course also includes daily yoga and meditation practice, which allows students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to their own practice. The teachers are experienced and knowledgeable, and they provide students with individualized attention and guidance. The course also includes group discussions, which provide students with an opportunity to share their experiences and learn from each other.
After completing the course, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). This certificate is recognized worldwide and is a valuable asset for those who wish to teach Yoga professionally.
Overall, the 200-hour Yoga Ayurveda teacher training course in Rishikesh, India is an excellent opportunity for individuals who are looking to deepen their knowledge and understanding of Yoga and Ayurveda, and for those who wish to become certified Yoga teachers. The course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the practices, and the teachers are experienced and knowledgeable. The peaceful and serene environment of Rishikesh provides the perfect setting for learning and practicing Yoga and Ayurveda. After completing the course, students will have the knowledge and skills necessary to teach Yoga and Ayurveda, and will be recognized as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).
Believe me, if you are getting a chance to experience Yoga Ayurveda Teacher Training in Rishikesh; then truly, you are so lucky!
200 Hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training in India: Upcoming Course Date
Yoga Ayurveda School offered 200 hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
Certified by Yoga Alliance, USA -RYS 200
Why go for 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India?
Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course, we provide that yoga is not a mere keep-fit device. Asanas and Pranayama are important means for achieving a perfect physiological condition. The subjects that equal beneficial in this course are Philosophy, Meditation, Anatomy and Teaching Methodology.
The Asanas in LED style comprises of 3 hours of practice and 1 hour of adjustments & teaching sessions every day provides students an opportunity to enhance their understanding of asanas and teaching skills. All asanas classes are LED and self practice allowing students to explore their strengths on their own under the supervision of a teacher.
This 200 Hours Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training course which limited for 10 students only, is taught by a team of experience gurus with many years of practice in their respective fields.
After completing the course successfully you will be able to teach Ashtanga Yoga or Hatha Yoga depending on the course which you have enrolled into beginners or yoga practitioners.
This is a comprehensive Yoga Training Program, designed in accordance with the 200 Hour requirements for registration with Yoga Alliance. After successfully completing the course you will be a Certified Yoga Instructor, eligible to register with Yoga Alliance and you will be qualified to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga worldwide.
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India: Syllabus
Yoga philosophy has a special importance in philosophy. That is why all the philosophical sects, whether Indian or foreign or theist or atheist, practice yoga in some form or the other. The reason for this is that the practice of yoga is the practical aspect of all the philosophies and especially of the Sankhya philosophy. Yoga philosophy and practice is as old as the human world. According to Indian chronology, the beginning of the present human world was more then 10000 BC. Modern physics, astronomy, geography, anthropologists also believe that the origin of life on Earth occurred two to three billion years ago. According to the Indian legend, at the beginning of creation, the yogic sages first had the vision of the Vedic ideas in a state of deep meditation. Therefore, the history of yoga begins with the Vedic sages from the beginning of creation. There are many references to yoga in Vedas and Vedanta literature. Vedanta i.e the last part of the Vedas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, Aranyaka are texts written only with the aim of spiritual practice. References related to yoga and sadhana are found in abundance in the Kathopanishada, Shvetashwar and Maitrayani Upanishads and in the six Vedic scriptures. Yoga
- Introduction of philosophy
- Why is Yoga?
- Historic tradition of Yoga
- Shiva and Shakti concept
- Yoga Sutra
- The four path of Yoga Sutra
- The discipline of life
- Bhagavad Gita introduction
- Introduction and Meditation
Asanas are yoga postures and the physical movements of yoga practice and, in combination with pranayama or breathing techniques constitute the style of yoga referred to as Hatha yoga. Traditionally asanas are positions, which make us fit and healthy in all the way. In the yoga sutra, Patanjali describes asana as a "firm, comfortable posture", referring specifically to the seated posture, most basic of all the asanas. Normally asanas will be held for an average of two or three minutes. Besides being held steadily they should also be held comfortably. No pain should be experienced while holding the posture or in the hours or days that follow. Hindu Shastras tell us of 84 lakhs asanas. A lakh being equal to 100,000, this brings the number of yoga postures to 8,400,000.
We teach Yoga asanas as traditional hatha yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Flow, alignment and Posture correction according to yogic science.
- Pada Hastasana
- Utthita Trikonasana A, B
- Utthita Parsvakonasana A,B
- Prasarita Padottanasana A,B,C,D
- Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana
- Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana
- Virabhadrasana I
- Virabhadrasana II
- Paschimottanasana A,B,C
- Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana
- Trianga Mukaikapada Paschimottanasana
- Janu Sisrasana A,B,C
- Marichyasana A,B,C,D
- Paripurna Navasana
- Supta Kurmasana
- Garbha Pindasana
- Baddha Konasana A,B
- Upavista Konasana A,B
- Supta Konasana
- Supta Padangustasana
- Ubhaya Padangustasana
- Urdvha Mukha Paschimottanasana
- Setu Bandhasana
- Urdvha Dhanurasana
- Salamba Sarvangasana
- Urdvha Padmasana
- Uttana Padasana
- Urdhva Dandasana
- Yoga Mudrasana
Yoga ayurveda schools design a special way to learn practice Pranayama, it is generally defined as breath extended Study,Pranayama is a Sanskrit word meaning & extension of the pran or breath & or extension of the life force;. The pranayama is combination of two Sanskrit words: prana, life force, or noted particularly as the breath), and ayma, to extend or draw out or simply can say control. (Not restrain, or control as is often translated from yam instead of ayama). It is a yogic discipline with origins in ancient India. Pranayama is traditionally viewed as a practice involving a lot more than just breathing for relaxation.
- Introduction of Pranayama
- Benefits contraindication of pranayama
- Explain the pranic body
- Prana and lifestyle
- Breath, health Pranayama
- Pranayama and the spiritual aspirants
- Bhastrika Pranayama
- Kapalbhati Pranayama
- Surya Bhedi pranayama
- Chandra bhedi pranayama
- Practical & Theory
- Nadishodhana Pranayama
- Sheetali pranayama
Yoga ayurveda school team special design in 200 Hour yoga ayurveda course to learn and practice meditation, meditation is a practice in which an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state better concentration, clearer perception, improved communication, greater inner strength and relaxation. These are all natural results of regular meditation. there More relaxation than sleep is achieved by meditation. Today;s stressful world, which is full of negative emotions. Meditation is not a luxury but a necessity. This is the key to maintaining a calm and happy mind with healthy life style,
- Introduction of Meditation
- OM Meditation
- Mantra Chanting Meditation
- Soham Meditation
- Shiva Meditation
- Yoga Nidra Meditation
- Tratak (Candle) Meditation
- Buddha Meditation (Vipassna)
- Inner Light Meditation
- Prana Meditation
- Kundalini Meditation
- Benefits of Meditation
- The connection between breath and meditative state
Mantra Chanting & Keertan:
Mantras are impulses or rhythms of consciousness. They create vibrations in the soul. Their effect, method and mode of action are all a mystery. In Sanskrit, it is said Mananat tryate iti mantrah;. Mantra is the one by which you break free from the cycle of birth and death. Repetitive thought is the concern. Mantras help you to free yourself from your worries The meaning of every mantra is infinite. Mantra sound is a vibration beyond the knowledge of the mind. When the mind is unable to feel, it simply dissolves and goes into a meditative state. Mantra is a mystery. He alerts your subconscious mind. Mantras work at the level of consciousness. When we want the seed to germinate, we sow it by hiding it in the soil. If the seeds are just thrown around, then the birds can eat them., from that it can only satisfy our intellect but that will not come in experience! That is why listening to mantras, chanting them takes us to a new dimension of meditation!
- Meaning of mantra
- Benefit of mantra
- Ganesha Mantra – Vakratunda Mahakaya
- Shiva Mantra – Karpoora Gauram
- Santhosham Santhi Mantra
- Mangalam Mantra
- Samarpanam Mantra
- Twameva Sarvam Mantra
- Om Mantra
- Vaidika Shanthi Mantra (Dyoho Santhir Antararikagum)
Shatkarmas Practice Sessions:
The word Shatkarma is made up of two words Shat and Karma. Shat means six and Karma means action. In Ayurveda, Karma means purification, which is called Panchakarma therapy in Ayurvedic system. The purification procedures in Shatkarma are designed to cleanse and cleanse the body from within and to prepare the yoga practitioner for higher yoga practices. Shatkarma is a great yoga practice for both physical and mental health. Shatkarma in modern medicine. There has been a great interest in the medical community these days in Shatkarma or Shuddhi Kriya Yoga. It has been proved by various studies done by modern medical scientists that it has been accepted to have benefits of Shatkarma in the prevention of various diseases. Shatkarma kriyas play a big role in removing toxins from the body, in strengthening various systems of the body, in increasing their efficiency and in keeping the person free from various diseases, so this kriya is performed from time to time during yoga class in yoga ayurveda school are conducted.
- Introduction of shatkarma
- Jal neti
- Sutra neti
- Nauli kriya
- Benefit, contraindication of shatkarma
Yoga Anatomy & Physiology:
The basic structure and function of the organs and system is very important for the practitioners of yoga, so that their work as a yoga teacher can be more enhanced. Knowing the different types of joints and their range of motions helps our students to be safe from injuries and also keep safe their students after they start teaching as a teacher.Yoga Anatomy is a valuable resource that allows you to see each movement in an entirely new light. This approach will lead you logically through a wealth of musculoskeletal anatomy, bring the academic discourse to life, and permit you to understand the body's architecture and work with its safety.
- Introduction of anatomy
- Respiratory Systems
- Types of bone
- Anatomy and respiratory of physiology system
- Effect of Yoga practices and physiology of Pranayama
- Skeleton Systems
- Safe way of adjustments and modifications of asanas
- Cardiovascular Systems
- Structure and physiology of heart and blood vessels
- Blood pressured and effect of yoga practices
- Digestive System
- How Digestion Effect Yoga
- The works of the Glands in the body
- The Function of Nervous Systems
- The Effect of Yoga and Muscular system.
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of natural and holistic health. This word of Sanskrit origin is formed from the combination of two word - Ayur + Vedas (Ayur means long life (life) and Veda means science). Therefore, the literal meaning of Ayurveda is the science of life Where as allopathic medicine focuses not on the root cause of the disease but on its removal, there as Ayurveda tells us about the basic causes of the disease as well as its holistic diagnosis .From the beginning, the education of Ayurveda in India has been given orally by the sages under the Guru-Shishya tradition. But about 5000 years ago this knowledge was given the form of texts. Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita and AshtangaHridayam are the ancient texts of Ayurveda. In these texts, the effects of the five elements prevalent in the universe - earth, water, air, fire and sky on human beings and the importance of keeping them balanced for a healthy and happy life have been propounded. According to Ayurveda, some of these five elements have more effect on each person than other elements. You will some important basic in ayurveda at yoga ayurveda school 200 Hour teacher training
- Introduction of ayurveda
- Body according to ayurveda
- 3 Doshas and Prakriti
- History of ayurveda
- The sub-doshas
- Ayurveda Nutrition
- Ayurveda Physiology and Kriyas
100% Vegetarian Yogic Diet
Our food is known all over the globe for its taste and variety. All meals are prepared hygienically by an expert chef and the vegetables used are organically grown.
If you are going to step into the world of calmness, meditation and yoga ayurveda, then you must start consuming yogic diet. It is considered a diet that cleanses the body and mind, thoughts. In this, only fresh fruits and vegetables, cooking are to be consumed, while packaged and canned food is prohibited. A yogic diet is a predominantly sattvic (balanced diet), which includes fresh fruits and vegetables. While one has to stay away from meat, eggs, more fried foods and alcohol. A yogic diet not only keeps the mind calm, but also keeps the body healthy. This diet is extremely beneficial in reducing weight, improving digestive health and improving bad mood. The yogic diet is based on the yogic principles of purity and a balanced life. It contains foods with sattvic (balanced diet) properties, which increase the energy level in the body and create a better balance between mind and body. The Yogic diet is based on the belief that our body is directly connected to the mind.
During your 200 Hour yoga Ayurveda teacher training course, you will be staying at The comfortable & safety zone in Rishikesh India. The location of the school is nearby or can be same building depends on availability. yoga ayurveda school provides a peaceful location to practice yoga as the ashram is situated close to the beautiful green mountain foothills of Himalaya. Basic amenities like shops, cafes, restaurants, ATM and organic stores are located close to the school. The school offers both single and double room sets according to the student’s needs. The rooms are neat and clean and have attached bathrooms with western toilets and have a hot shower available. Wifi is available on every floor and water and laundry services are also available.Yoga ayurveda school also offers budget accommodations. These rooms are separate from the school. All of the other facilities are also available with these rooms.
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Note: - In the process of evaluation and certification, discipline is a key factor. Attending all classes is mandatory. If a leave is required in case of emergency, consult the respective faculty prior to the class. Absence without leave shall be considered as an act of indiscipline, which may affect the practitioner's studentship and certification. Any changes in the schedule shall be intimated in advance. The schedule timings keeps on changing according to the seasons .