Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikeh, India 2019-2020
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikeh, India
Today, hatha yoga is the most popular style of yoga, which is practiced by many people of different ages and social groups all over the world. Many people have chosen for themselves, this is the path of yoga, because here you can quickly notice the results - from improving health and general well-being to increasing stress tolerance and opening up creative abilities.
But it is not true to think that since hatha yoga is so popular, it means that this is a simple path that everyone can follow. Hatha yoga requires, first of all, discipline and inner determination, because the results come in the case of regular practice. There is also an erroneous opinion that Hatha Yoga is only the practice of asanas. In fact, hatha yoga is a complete system, which also includes the correct interaction with society, diet, cleansing and breathing techniques.
Begin the adventure of your life by immersing yourself, for four weeks, in the practice, study and teachings of yoga in the Teacher Training of Ayuskama Ayur Yoga School learning center.
Speaking in simple language, Hatha Yoga is a teaching about physical and mental harmony, a special direction of yoga that originally originated in India and reached the West in the 20th century. Literally, it means “diligent unity.”
There is another interpretation of the term haTha, where “HA” means mind, mental energy, and “THA” means prana, life force. At the same time, “HA” means the sun and the male mantra, and “THA” means the moon and the female mantra.
It should be noted that peculiar duality is characteristic of hatha yoga: this practice emphasizes the experience of opposing opposites, such as male/female, movement/static, inhale/exhale, and resistance/relaxation. This will be complemented by comprehensive classes of ten integral aspects of yoga teaching:
You will have the opportunity to meet ancient texts, original masters, yogi lifestyle choices, and ethical choices and appropriate behavior for yoga teachers.
The full spectrum of asanas including adaptations and the use of supports will be explored in depth. Both the 'maintained' classical positions associated with Iyengar yoga and the Vinyasa Flow (movement synchronized with breathing) often associated with Ashtanga yoga will be taught.
You will learn the science of breathing: change the rhythm of breathing, inhale, retain and exhale..
You will obtain a functional understanding of the key anatomical structures in relation to Hatha Yoga. The knowledge of these structures can be used immediately to optimize the practice, defeat blockages, avoid injuries and of course, talk with your future students.
In physiology, we will focus on the autonomic nervous system, its structure, and function. The chronic imbalance of this system is directly or indirectly responsible for many diseases related to stress. Understanding the link between stress and the nervous system allows us to explore the various yogi techniques and related techniques that can restore the proper working of the body.
There are six types of kriyas: Neti (nasal cleansing); Nauli (shake the abdominal); Dhauti (cleansing of the upper digestive tract); Basti (colon cleansing); Kapalabhati (lung and gill tube cleaning) and Tratak (steady gaze). Of these six kriyas, we will practice only Nauli, Kapalabhati and Tratak.
Restorative and Therapeutic
Yoga 'Restorative Yoga' is defined as the opportunity to restore and regenerate the innate muscular and energetic capacity of the body before practicing the asana to optimize the practice of yoga.
The focus of the course
This course aims to grow the pedagogy acquired in the previous course to improve the teaching activity, advancing even more in aspects such as anatomy, classical texts, and Hindu tradition.Those students who have finished some of the residential training courses (Instructor Degree Abbreviated Level) can access this course by completing a complementary study that will update them in the necessary subjects to be able to access and develop this new cycle successfully.
- The goal of these courses is to complete the training begun in the Instructor course, consolidating the criteria and expanding all the practical and theoretical subjects.
- This will allow the student to have a broader vision of the world of Yoga and its theories. The practical classes reach high levels of help techniques and preparation to teach more advanced classes.
- You already know the basics of anatomy and sequencing to give your students an intelligent and effective yoga class, but now you can work with a mentor to develop your voice and master your teaching skills. To complete this course, graduation is required in the 200-hour Yoga Instructors training course.