200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN RISHIKESH INDIA
Rishikesh Yoga School
Traditional Hatha Yoga-200 hour Yoga Alliance certified Yoga teacher training program
Rishikesh Yoga School is a registered organization by the Government of India, Yoga Alliance. Rishikesh Yoga School is a world class Yoga Teacher training institute perfect for both yoga beginners looking to improve their health, happiness, peace, and harmony and for those who want to acquire yoga as a profession. Once you successfully complete the Yoga Teacher Training program, a certificate will be provided and which will be valid all over the globe, for you to begin your new calling!
The Objective of our Yoga Teacher Training courses is to allow a person to develop his or her self-practice both spiritually and physically in the areas listed below. The modules are categorized into 5 areas:
2. Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices
3. Yoga Philosophy
4. Yogic Lifestyle
5. Teaching Methodology and Practice
We strongly believe that being a strong practitioner in the above areas will provide you with grounding and foundations that are required to become a successful and confident yoga teacher.
Choose something that can change your life. In approximately one month, you will finish the Yoga Teacher training with the necessary tools, skills, and insights that will guide you in the journey.
Our journey is unique, we learn Yoga and grow together, becoming part of the same energy. You will be able to explore what works best for your body. The Yoga Teacher Training course provides a detailed study of the eight limbs of yoga based upon the Yoga Sutras. Yoga Teacher training is mainly devoted to enabling Yoga Teachers to teach all walks of life. “Yoga for all” is our motto. The technique of Yoga asana we use explores contemporary principles of safety and alignment while also focusing on our Yoga student’s need for creativity, freedom, and self-expression in their practice.
Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh Yoga School Rishikesh- Practice
1. Practice: Various postures of Ashtanga Yoga and Hatha Yoga will be taught.
Different Yoga postures that will be taught are:
- Standing Yoga Poses
- Sitting Yoga poses, forward Yoga bends, and hip openers Yoga Poses.
- Sitting Yoga Poses/supine twists Yoga Poses.
- Backbends Yoga Poses.
- Inversions Yoga Poses.
- Arm Balances Yoga Poses.
- Restorative Yoga postures.
2. Adjustment: You will learn about adjusting Yoga asanas and understanding how an adjustment can deepen your Yoga practice.
3. Pranayama: In simple words, it is called Breathing Technique...based on the traditional yogic technique of breathing, which will benefit the yoga practice as you learn to lengthen your breath. How to breathe during different Yoga postures. How breath works assists the body.
4. Shatkarma (Cleaning Techniques): Various techniques will be included in the daily morning Yoga activities and will work parallel with the practices of Yoga Asanas. These techniques not only help in purifying the nervous system but also allows your breath to be able to flow freely throughout the body.
5. Yogic Mudras: It is also known as Energy Seals. In this, different parts of the body are stimulated by sealing in the energy. These are usually used in Pranayama and affect the flow of prana.
6. Bandhas: They are Energy Locks which regulate the flow of energy and assist the practitioner in Yoga asana.
7. Meditation: A range of techniques of meditation that will help in building concentration and focus in your day to day practices. Techniques include Om Chanting, Chakra, candlelight meditation, etc.
8. Mantras (Chanting): A range of mantras will be taught like Gayatri Mantra. Helps you in finding your inner harmony.
4 Week Curriculum – 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh Yoga School
7.Yoga Teaching Practice
8.Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practice
10.Hatha Yoga Pradipica
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training India - Daily Schedule in Rishikesh Yoga School
The 200-hour program follows a tight Yoga schedule where almost each of the 6 to 7 Yoga training hours in the day are assigned to some aspect of yoga. You could find the Yoga Teacher training intensive but enlightening. Depending on the yoga School in the mornings can begin as early as 5:30 a.m. with meditation followed by some yoga postures and maybe some Yoga classes or lectures in philosophy or anatomy. Chanting and pranayama are also part of the Yoga schedule. During Yoga Teacher training, you are provided with two to three yoga meals, fruit refreshments, and green tea. Daily written homework is also the norm as that is how you will gain in-depth Yoga knowledge of the subject. Sleeping early is encouraged as that is part of yogic practice.
Syllabus of Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Rishikesh Yoga School
1.Parseval Chakrasana – Sidebending Yoga Pose
2.Tadasana A & B – Palm Tree Pose A & B
3.Vrikshasan – Tree Pose
4.Utkatasan – Chair Pose
5.Trikonasana – Triangle pose
6.Padahastasan – Hands to Feet Pose
7.Garudhasan – Eagle Pose
8.Natarajasan – Shiva Dancing Pose
9.Shirsha Padangushthasan – Head to Big Toe Pose
10.Parivatrita Trikonasana – Reverse Triangle Pose
11.Uttanpadasan – Raising Feet Yoga Pose
12.Ardha Pavanmuktasan – Half Gas Release Pose
13.Pavanmuktasan – Gas Release Pose
14.Viprit Karani –Inverted Pose
15.Kandhrasan – Shoulder Pose
16.Setubandhasan – Bridge Pose
17.Matsyasan A – Fish Yoga Pose
18.Naukasan – Boat Yoga Pose
19.Sarvangasana – Shoulder Stand Yoga Pose
20.Matsyasan B – Fish Yoga Pose
21.Salabhasan – Locust Yoga Pose
22.Viprit Naukasan – Inverted Boat Pose
23.Bhujangasan – Cobra Pose
24.Dhanurasan – Bow Pose
25.Vakrasan – Twisting Pose
26.Janushirasan – Nose to Knee Pose
27.Vajrasan – Strong/Thunderbolt Pose
28.Mandukasan – Frog Pose
29.Uttan Mandukasan – Raising Frog Pose
30.Supta Mandukasan – Sleeping Frog Pose
31.Ushtrasan – Camel Pose
32.Yoga Mudra A
33.Vadha Gomukhasan – Bound Cow Face Pose
34.Supta Vajrasan – Sleeping Thunderbolt Pose
35.Paschimottasan – Seated Forward Bend
36.Simhasan – Lion Pose
37.Ardhmatsyendrasan – Half Fish Lord Pose
38.Shirshasan – Head Stand Pose
39.Ardha Chandrasan – Half Moon Pose
40.Majariasana – Cat and Cow Pose
41.Uthitha Parsvakonasan – Extended Side Angle
42.Parshvaottanasana – Intense Side Stretch
43.Halasana – Plow Pose
44.Chakrasana – Wheel Pose
45.Karnpidhasan – Knee to Ear
46.Crocodile Practices (4 Variations)
47.Yoga Mudra B
48.Gomukhasana – Cow Face Pose
49.Poorna Matsyendrasana – Full Fish Lord Pose
50.Mayurasana – Peacock
51.Kukkutasana – Rooster Pose
52.Uttana Kurmasana – Raising Tortoise Pose
53.Padma – Bakasana – Lotus Crane Pose
54.Baddha -padmasana – Bound Lotus Pose
55.Akarnadhanurasana – Archer Pose
56.Ugrasana – Ferocious Pose
57.Parvatasana – Mountain Pose
58.Tolangulasana – Scale Pose
59.Virasana – Hero Pose
60.Sankatasana – Comtracted Pose
61.Garbhasana – Womb Pose
62.Bhadrasana – Gracious Pose
63.Kapotasana – Pigeon Pose
64.Ekpadaskandhasna – Foot Behind the Head Pose
65.Vatayanasana – Horse Pose
66.Padmasana – Lotus Pose
67.Siddhasana – Accomplished Pose
68.Swastikasana – Prosperous Pose
69.Shavasana – Corpse Pose
70.Makarasana – Crocodile Pose
B. Pranayama and Different types of Meditation (Primary Level)
1.Anuloma Viloma, Nadi Shodhan
9.Theory of Murccha
C. Kriyas – Cleansing Process
1.Jala Neti 2.Kapalabhati 3.Sutra Neti 4.Aganisara
5.Dhauti (Vamana) 6.Trataka 7.Nauli 8. Uddiyana
1.Pranava Japa 2.Svasti Mantra
E. Other Practices
2.Mudras & Bandhas (Locks)
F. Teaching Practice
1.Symptoms of a good teacher 2.Clear instruction 3.Demonstration 5.Individual care of each student 4.Proper alignment
G. Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practice
1.Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
2.Structure and Function of Brain
H. Yoga Philosophy
1.Introduction to Indian Yoga Philosophy 2. The concept of Yoga according to Patanjali 3.Kriya Yoga- A way to overcome inborn afflictions 4.The concept of God in Yoga philosophy. 5.Ashtanga Yoga- A methodology to overcome suffering 6.Yamas & Niyamas: Foundation of Yogic Practices 7.Introduction to Samkhya Philosophy 8.The concept of Panch Vritti & Panch Klesha