Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India 2019-2020
Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
With the postures and breathing techniques, your whole body is transformed: muscles, joints, organs, glands. We unload the physical body of the toxins and the information of the past accumulated there. You feel fresh and healthy, you literally build new organs and a new body. This is the main reason why yoga entered the West and is still the incentive of many to practice.
When we adopt a yoga asana, each one's experience is very personal, but for all of them it is a challenge because it encourages us to go further. We face corporal resistance and at the same time we learn to manage mental and emotional resistance. Even with a very rational mentality, we cannot help but feel how much our psyche is stretched and reinforced with an asana.
No matter what physical capacity you leave, with discipline and patience you will advance giving your body cleanliness and energy, flexibility and physical power. We love yoga because it gives us back freedom of physical and mental movement.
A kriya of Kundalini Yoga is a series of asanas and pranayamas that achieve a concrete result at a corporal and subtle level. Here are the names of the kriyas that you will learn in depth to be able to teach with excellence
The Roots of Kuṇḍalinī Yoga
Role of the teacher and conscience of a teacher: Virtues and Values of Life in the Golden Chain. The skills and methods to become an effective instructor, consisting practical strategies for teaching beginners, ethical guidelines, curriculum development, and the role of teacher transformation in the development of effective yogic practice.
Posture, alignment and Kriyā: The foundations of Kuṇḍalinī Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. The theory and practice of Ku Kalinī Kriyā Yoga (yoga set), asana and mudra. Exploring the nature of the mind and its formation through meditations, mantras and Prāṇāyāma of Kuṇḍalinī Yoga.
Western Anatomy and Physiology: Essential Elements of Yogic and Functional Anatomy. Traditional Western anatomy, its aim and function, including respiration, the nervous system, immune system, musculoskeletal, circulatory, and endocrine and digestive systems and their relationship with the practice and teaching of yoga. Also the yogic anatomy and the energetic systems of the body, among which the nadis and the energy Kuṇḍalinī, prana, the ten yogic bodies the 3 Guna, 5 Tattwas, 5 Passions, 5 Vayus, 7 Chakras, Spiritual Dimensions of the human being, Bhanda.
Umanology and yogic philosophy: the lifestyle of a teacher of Kuṇḍalinī Yoga. The history and tradition of Kuṇḍalinī Yoga, as well as the philosophy that governs all yogic practices. The Yoga technologies that apply for healing and humanology, that is, the science of everyday life, including diet, nutrition and relationships. The profound considerations of Yogi Bhajan on human nature and its potential. Awareness of the temporal cycles of life, the art of relationship, the process of death. Happiness: the goal of a journey with seven fundamental stages.
Mind and meditation: Dhyāna, types, stages, states, concentration, time in minutes and days. Gong, mala, Tratakam, points of focus, Mantra, Celestial Communication, Mudra, Prayer, Banis. Tantra: black, red, white, Mahan Tantric.
TO WAKE UP THE ENERGY: Quantum Yoga
- We are surprised by the principles of physics and quantum mechanics with the presentation of a micro world of light in which the observer influences. Rivers of luminous particles that are the foundation of matter and that respond to amazing laws: we are made of energy and it is consciousness that directs it. Physicists and yogis agree.
- Kundalini Yoga handles prana or quanta (the least amount of energy that can be transmitted at any wavelength) with precision. With the attention, the gaze, the mudras, the postures, the angles, the movement of the diaphragm and the propulsion of the breath, the bhandas, the retentions of breathing and concentration, we create and push millions of particles of life all over the body and all the aura until we feel ourselves glow.
- The kriyas of Kundalini Yoga move the particles of light or prana through the nadis (meridians) and the chakras. The aura is recharged, cleaned and colored in such a way that the experience of life changes and improves. You will learn to feel it and lead others to this energetic experience.