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The 200-Hour "Multi Style yoga teacher training course" (YTTC) is formulated with years of experiments and research in yoga training. It is a four week (1 month) intensive yoga program of study aimed to give you the best knowledge, yoga skills and personal confidence to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa and other yoga forms. Every mode of fitness regime that we see or follow was born out of the pre medieval yoga form. This authentic form teaches a human to relate with his inner feelings and to control it to lead a life of prolonged bliss and happiness. According to Hindu mythology yoga means awakening the Kundalini or chakras that reside inside all of us. The more one tries to controls the chakras the more powerful he gets. Yoga brings mind, body and soul into a clear phase where one can control all the above three horses of human body with the power circle of yoga.
06:00-06:45 Cleansing process (detoxification body and mind) Mon-Wed-Fri
06:00-06:45 Pranayama and meditation Tue-Thu-Sat
07:00-09:00 Asana Ashtanga Vinyasa
11:00-11:45 Philosophy of Asana
12:00-13:00 Yoga philosophy
15:30-16:30 Anatomy of human body
17:00-18:30 Traditional and classical Hatha yoga
18:30 Tea & biscuit
19:00-20:00 Philosophy of Pranayama and meditation
A disciple of Shree Shree Ravi Sankar, was born in Eastern India in 1988. Before leaving his profession to follow the spiritual path, Sidharth was a recent graduate working in telecommunications. In 2008, he began practicing and perfecting various styles of Hatha yoga, such as Sivananda, Iyengar and Ashtanga, digesting and assimilating the strengths and benefits of each. In 2010, Sidharth completed both 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher training courses, becoming a traditional hatha yoga instructor. In 2012, he traveled south to Mysore, India, to become a certified Ashtanga yoga instructor and in the same year Sidharth began managing and teaching at Ashtanga Yoga Rishikesh School, India. Sidharth recently competed against 250 contesters in Rishikesh Got Talent, winning the title and was chosen as a contester for India got talent. Sidharth is full of power & spirit, and as an instructor, he is exceptional in correct alignment, clear communication, thorough explanation, and proper demonstration with mindful attention to each students needs.
Swami Biswamvhar was born in east India called as Orrisa. He left home when he was a child to search for god. He has been practicing Hatha and Ashtanga yoga since he was a child and learned from many gurus. He has studied Gita, Ramayan, Bhagabad Gita, Upnisad, Vedas, Vedantas, Patanjali yoga sutras etc.
His aim is to spread the knowledge of yoga to all over world.
Dr. Vivek is an internationally recognized teacher of Ayurveda and Indian philosophy with experience of teaching globally. His teaching on Ayurveda and yogic philosophy is easily to digest for Westerns. Dr. Vivek holds a strong knowledge of Ayurveda and is excellent in creating a natural cohesion between the individual and the world. By implementing Ayurvedic psychology and using basic Ayurvedic tools/treatments and herbs in daily routine you will find yourself better grounded within weeks. His teachings in class are not only great fun, but also very stimulating for continuing to follow the holistic path of yoga and Ayurveda.
Dr. Dev Dutt has taught yoga for 5 years (theory and practical) in the deptt of Phy. Education Kurukshetra. Worked as yoga teacher in Mauritius for 3 years. Worked in Saudi Arabia for 2 years as a personal yoga instructor with Royal family. Worked for 12 years as yoga therapist Drug-De-Addiction Center, Kurukshetra, India
Ravi Bisht is the most popular and coveted Hatha yoga teacher in Rishikesh, India, the yoga capital of the world. His expertise and attractive teaching style offers a very delicate balance between simplicity and intricacy, physical exertion & inner stillness. Ravi communicates, in great detail, the entire practice concisely and deeply, with a powerful yet gentle voice.
From childhood, he has completely immersed himself in the study of yoga in notable ashrams such as Prakash Yoga Seva Ashram, Yoga Mrtam Ashram Trust & Vedniketa Ashram. Inspired to become a teacher, in 2007, he studied with Iyengar Yoga Study Center in Rishikesh. Now a specialist in BKS Iyengar-style Hatha yoga, he has offered these teachings in many retreats, workshops, and teacher training courses for six years.
Having studied disciplines in Ayurveda & herbal medicine, Dr Usha Vaishnava completed her 5 1/2 year recognized BAMS, an internationally recognized degree in Ayurveda from famed 150 year old Ayurveda University in India. Then she specialized in Panchakarma Therapy at world recognized Arya Vaidhya Sala, Kottakkal (kerala). For the last 14 years she is engaged in Ayurvada Treatment, Teaching and Training. Currently she has started her own clinic in Rishikesh - Ayurveda Nirvana - where she is attending thousands of people from all over the world Dr. Usha Vaishnava is a member of Ayurveda Doctor's Association of Rishikesh & she is registered member from Uttrakhand Government
Dr. Gaurav Agrawal is presently working as assistant professor in the department of Clinical Psychology in Dev Sanskriti University, Haridwar. He earned his PhD in clinical psychology. He teaches philosophy of Patanjali Yogasutras as he sees the yoga as the higher form of psychology. Being a clinical psychologist he sees the many similarities between two and appreciates the ancient wisdom that surpasses modern understanding of human life.
He says that modern psychology at the peak of its development will be Yoga. Yoga for him is a life style and scientific method for all round development for every individual. Being a scientist himself he talks about the Yoga on the basis of ongoing research.
Known as the "City of the Divine" and also as the "City of Yoga" - is a spiritual center to which sages, rishis, saints and pilgrims have flocked for millennia. The roads of the city are lined with bustling market places of ethnic arts and handicrafts, fresh produce markets, holy shrines and orange-robed sadhus. Then, the road narrows, the markets become more sparse and you come upon a foot bridge, suspended high over the sacred Ganga river. As you cross this bridge, the sun streaming through the sacred Himalayas to warm your being, you will feel as if you have truly come home.
The nearest airport is Jolly Grant which is 18km. from Rishikesh on way to Dehradun. At present chartered planes services available.
Rishikesh has a well connectivity with Indian Railways. Hardwar, Delhi, Bombay, Howrah, Lucknow and Agra are the major cities which are directly hooked up with Rishikesh through Trains.
"I very much enjoyed your course. In particular, your dedication shone through. You demonstrated a wealth of knowledge and your experience is reflected through your life style and desires. It was amazing how you managed to share this with us within this intensive course."
Ashtanga Yoga School website, edited