During our courses students will have the unique opportunity to start teaching from the second day of the training. Yoga Teacher Training India.
Daily students will be teaching Yoga in small groups during the Group Practice. Students will learn how to sequence their Yoga class and prepare their Yoga modules including warming up exercises, Pranayama, Asana sequence, a guided Shavasana and a proper mediation under the guidance of the Lead teacher.
A 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is a life changing experience. Students will learn how to practice, teach and adjust Asanas. However a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is just the beginning of life long journey of Yoga. Students should never stop learning and practicing.
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Yoga Teacher Training in Mysore with Samyak Yoga
Mysore is the place where the tradition of Yoga practice has been followed for generations. Sri T Krishnamacharya, the father of modern Yoga started teaching Yoga in Mysore which continues till today. Mysore is also the birthplace of Ashtanga Yoga.
Even though our Yoga Teacher Training Courses are the same everywhere, taking the decision to learn and practice Yoga in Mysore is choosing a complete commitment toward the Yoga, it’s philosophy and it’s way of life. Day starts at 5.30 am and finish at 8.30 pm.
Our Yoga Ashram is located in an organic farm surrounded by the Sugar cane field, palm trees, and Cauvery river. The silence of the nature, the sounds birds and river, the voice within you, the vibrating presence of a Yogi, the chanting and singing of the inmate Yoginis residing in the Gurukulam for females are the helping factors in the journey of Light and Love.
Yoga Teacher Training Course Description
Each student will be provided with two detailed & comprehensive Yoga Manuals, i.e. Theory and Practical manuals, which will be used throughout the Yoga Teacher Training and provide for an invaluable tool of reference for the students’ career in teaching Yoga & deepening their personal practice.
Highlights of the Theory Yoga Manual include Chanting and the meaning of the mantras with connotations, Meditation Techniques & the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali in Sanskrit with English transliteration and meaning, Pranayama & Kriyas Practice and Guidelines, Yoga Anatomy, Hatha Yoga as it is explained by Yogi Svatmarama in Hatha Yoga Pradeepika, Nadis, Chakras, Layers of human body and their connections with Koshas, Mudras and etc.
The practical manual includes the Sanskrit and English names of the postures, the practice technique and variations for different levels of practice with benefits and limitations. With pictures around 150, the practical manual will be a lifelong guide for your yoga practice and teaching even after the completion of the course.