Anaahat Yog has been able to design the most comprehensive course of Yoga Teacher Training in India, especially for you. We provide training with the aim to deliver the best yoga practices that were followed in ancient India. Our Yoga Teacher Training Courses are International Yoga Alliance certified and are accepted worldwide. We have Indian Yoga Teachers with the translators available in popular languages. Our 200 hours Yoga Teacher certification courses include the study of ancient yoga philosophy to gain in-depth knowledge of the text and techniques involved in yoga and the understand the true meaning being a “YOGI”.
We work to bring the real yogis out from our students, helping them to lead a life which they feel worth.
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|1 Sept to 21 Sept 2019||1000 USD||1250 USD||Rishikesh||Apply Now|
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Our yoga teacher training curriculum is a comprehensive course which will give you an understanding of the following
1. Yoga philosophy
The basic text of yoga philosophy is the Patanjali Yoga Sutras. This is the basic theory of yoga which answers many questions like – what is yoga? How yoga is beneficial in the overall development of body, mind and soul? What are the best practices to attain a stable state of dhyana? Different aspects of life and the perspective to live a better life – free from hustle and bustle. And many other questions which can help a human being live a life which is worth and attain “Nirvana”.
2. Yoga anatomy
Studying human anatomy to understand various poses and postures. This will also help you understand the benefits of doing certain postures. It is very important for a yoga teacher to have deep knowledge about human anatomy as the physical forms of yoga incorporates movement and stretching of different body parts, along with increasing blood flow within the body. Yoga anatomy also involves the study of different body muscles, joints, tissues and more. The yoga teacher should also have the knowledge of various changes taking place within the body to enhance the blood flow to each muscle. Take the in-depth knowledge of yoga to the mat and fine tune and deepen your practice.
3. Mantra Recitation & Meditation
Mantra can be defined as a series of phrases or words that are chanted in a repeated manner to enhance inner energy. They are mostly recited during meditation to increase concentration. They give the wandering mind a focal point. They produce a beat which is easy for the mind and body to grasp and maintain a flow in the energy system. The rhythm of the mantra gives a soothing effect allowing the energy to flow in and out. Moreover, if the person knows the proper pronunciation and the meaning of the mantra, it enhances the overall effectiveness of the mantra.
4. Asanas & Alignment
Asana means physical posture. It is a Sanskrit Word and denotes a specific position that can be helpful for a long period while still staying relaxed and comfortable. Doing asanas is beneficial for the whole body including muscles, joints, nerves, cardiovascular system and lymphatic system. Practising asanas strengthen the entire nervous system, balancing and stabilising the practitioner’s state of mind. The after effects of doing asanas are amazing as the practitioners are left with the sense of contentment, clarity of mind, relaxed and feeling of inner peace.
Alignment can be defined as the proper way in which the body needs to be positioned while doing asanas or yoga poses. This helps in avoiding injury and obtaining maximum benefits from a particular pose. It is very important as helps in keeping the body safe while performing asanas, allowing the energy to flow within the body and let the practitioner enjoy the practice with the utmost ease.