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Become a certified yoga teacher surrounded by a peaceful atmosphere and the natural beauty of India. During this teacher training course, you will grow your asana with Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and therapeutic yoga styles, as well as learn about anatomy, philosophy, and meditation. To complement your yoga practice and understanding, Ayurveda and the ancient medicine of India will be part of the program. Do not hesitate and deepen your yoga practice with this course!
Accommodation is simple but clean and comfortable. It will be either located at the yoga shala or within five minutes walking distance. Rooms have double beds, hot shower, and most also have a balcony, which usually has a mountain view. The area is friendly and safe to walk around for all. The waterfalls and town are all within a few minutes walk.
During this yoga teacher training, you will delve deeply into all aspects of yogic life. Each aspect of the course is interwoven to create a holistic and thorough grounding in yoga. To support and grow your asana practice, you will learn multiple styles of yoga: Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and therapeutic yoga.
Crucial theoretical knowledge of anatomy will be shared with you, which will give you the insight and understanding of the body and how the various parts perform during yoga poses. Additionally, it will complement the understanding of therapeutic yoga and how to heal. Guru Mahi himself inspects the progress of every student and identifies the right time when a student is ready for more complex asana and next level of yoga.
The teachings are not limited to just the transmission of theory but are, in fact, a process for illuminating the soul. Yoga philosophy sessions are provided to discuss and aid you in opening your mind and there is always a teacher willing to answer any questions. As you come to understand the philosophy, you will delve deeply into the powerful practices of meditation and pranayama, the subtler aspects of the yogic life.
To complement yoga, you will also be introduced to Ayurveda, the ancient medicine system of India. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word meaning the science of life. It goes hand in hand with yoga, as one is a discipline and the other is the practice of that discipline. With this knowledge, you will enhance your practice and help others overcome physical problems.
This course, as described by the Yoga Alliance, will empower you to get the basic understanding of yoga asana, coupled with guidance for yoga teacher training, enabling you to pass on this knowledge to your students in the right fashion. The course helps you go beyond the theory and the asana to understand the realm of yoga, which in its true meaning aims to unify the mind and the body.
At Sadguru Yoga, the teaching environment is completely interactive. You are encouraged to ask any and every question you may have about the asana technique and even the implication of a particular asana in the overall practice. In practical sessions, teachers pay attention to every student and ensure that the asanas are being done in the right posture, style, and spirit.
There are theoretical sessions, too, in which the teachers explain the fundamentals of human body and how each asana makes a difference to your body. Special sessions are held by Guru Mahi, in which he talks about the origin and reason for various asanas. Attention is also paid to how the students learn and teach yoga.
Upon completion of your 200-hour course, you will be a fully qualified yoga teacher and awarded a certificate of completion of the course. You will be able to apply for Yoga Alliance certification and significantly improve your chances of getting a better paying job.
The teachers will support you in your transformation. Sadguru Yoga believes in improving students' physical capabilities and asana practice, as well as in engaging the mind and the knowledge. Most importantly, your soul will be nurtured through meditations, pranayama, and support.
The multi-style yoga course is focused on four styles that will create the best foundation for being a yoga teacher in today’s global world. The theory content is created holistically and complements these requirements. It offers a deeper level of understanding, immersing students in the spiritual and traditional yogic philosophy and values.
Anatomy is the study of how the body is made up and physiology is the study of the systems in the body that helps it function. These classes help build a foundation of knowledge about the human body, its constitution, and its composition. You will explore the 11 systems of the body.
This knowledge will allow you to build links between yoga and its effects on the physical body. The sessions will familiarize you with the different parts the body and their relation with movement and breath as the body moves in and out of the physical asana or posture.
Art of teaching or teaching methodology is the focus of how to transition from being a great yoga practitioner to being able to stand in front of a class and coherently instruct yoga safely and inspirationally. How to speak in front of a class, teacher dialogues, giving instructions, qualities of a yoga teacher, teaching styles, and the four teaching techniques; instruction, demonstration, observation, and adjustment.
The technical aspects of running a class will also be covered, such as class structure, routine, teaching safely without injuries, anatomy of alignment, and the art of touch encompassing physical adjustment. Also, the essential guide to setting up a yoga business will be explained: tips, ethics, advertising, and other practical workshops.
Ashtanga yoga means eight-limbed yoga, as outlined by the sage Patanjali in the yoga Sutras. It is in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. The primary series one asana will be taught both in the traditional manner, true to the fixed sequence, and also broken down and explained. Ashtanga is practiced systematically and each pose prepares the body for the next, building both strength and flexibility.
The Ujjai breath and set sequencing build and increase the energy flow, allowing for the practitioner to practice in an almost meditative manner. The finishing sequence rounds off each and every Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga practice. Systematic learning steps help you get a deeper understanding of this powerful and dynamic yoga practice supported by your breath.
Hatha Yoga is the original form of modern yoga from where all other styles and variations have been developed. A dedicated Hatha yoga practice strives to keep the yogi practitioner’s body healthy and free from disease in order to facilitate the more subtle purification of the mind. This deep practice creates balance and develops a very subtle awareness within the body that begins the process of cultivating the meditative state of awareness.
Pranayama, or breathing techniques, are also a very important aspect of a Hatha yoga practice. Here, you will cover the traditional asana sequence, pranayama, meditation, cleansing processes, and philosophies of Hatha yoga.
Both active and inactive meditations will be included, as well as ancient and modern techniques. Meditation allows the mind to become still, to allow oneself to become the observer of the mind free of conflicting thoughts. It is a process that helps to create peace of mind, clear thoughts, relieve stress, increase energy, and create a positive outlook. It also has physical benefits on the body.
The styles of meditation offered vary greatly, allowing you to connect with a style that really suits you. The methods include chakra, Kundalini, Third Eye, Sufi, Tantra, Mind to No Mind, Intensive Breath, Sound, and Silent meditations. It is a truly unique opportunity to experience so many styles of meditation in one place.
Yoga with a therapeutic intention has been applied for thousands of years and is now fast emerging as a discipline in itself. Guru Mahi teaches yoga therapy sessions, which is his real specialty and his area of expertise. He has over 27 years of experience in the tradition of yoga for health, using correct alignment and props to assist individuals facing health challenges of all kinds.
Each course begins with a health check-up of every student. Individual attention is paid to students who have some physical troubles and special asana or supported variations are taught to them to overcome their problems. You will learn how to scan the body to assess and assist your own students with the aim to correct alignment, bring balance to their body, increasing well-being, and vitality.
Vinyasa yoga, with its creative sequencing and focus of the flow of energy, has become one of the most popular styles of yoga in the modern world. You will learn the various ways of creating sequencing for classes, incorporating flexibility, enhancing and strengthening asana while placing emphasis on the enhancement of creating and building a flow between poses.
You will also learn how to bring in the correct language to use for subtler aspects, such as pranic flow, and themes, such as chakra or intention. The breath is used as an anchor to the movement, which builds heat, assists detoxification, and creates a rhythm and flow to the practice. Vinyasa yoga is an important practice to learn due to its high demand in the current yoga world.
Yoga philosophy classes are taught by teachers who have a deep understanding of yogic philosophy, obtained through extensive studies and first-hand experience of transformation through yoga practice. Classes are taught from a scientific perspective while applying spiritual and philosophical values of yoga to modern day lifestyle challenges. Classes are always open to debate, often full of humor and insightful alternative ways of thinking.
During this course, there will be one sightseeing tour to visit three temples. The first, Aghanjar Mahadev Temple, is where Guru Mahi himself began his study on the yogic path. It is a beautiful and serene place where you can witness babas carrying out daily rituals and take a walk to the sacred river, which is said to have healing properties.
The second temple is Norblinga, a Tibetan temple where you can watch traditional Tibetan art being created. The beautiful and intricate Tanka paintings made with real gold, metal sculptures, and wood carvings will mesmerize you. A guide will accompany you around the tranquil setting and explain the meanings and processes behind the artwork.
The final temple is the Karmapa Temple, a university for monks where you will arrive in time to hear the yellow-hatted monks chanting. The vibrations and energy in the air are something worth witnessing at least once in a lifetime.
Dharamshala is nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the province of Himachal Pradesh. Imagine a place surrounded by towering mountains, their tops dusted with snow, green jungle, and endless cool waterfalls. The pace of life here is shanti, shanti, or peace, peace.
Each person you meet greets you with a smile. Villagers tend to goats and cows on the steep inclines of the mountains and further down in the Kangra Valley, tea plantations grow. Time transcends here.
Picure this: you are about to begin morning asana practice, as you look outside, you see mountains tapering down to the valley below. You hear birds and see eagles gliding through the clouds. You both hear and feel the vibrations of om as your teacher guides you in opening the morning asana practice.
Around you are your classmates who have become your new yoga family. This is the setting you will find and the magical, peaceful atmosphere which will pave the way for life and soul transformations to occur.
For thousands of years, the Himalayas have been home to ancient tribes of Indians that have practiced the yoga for enlightenment purposes. In time, they have become the bearers of deep knowledge concerning yoga, Ayurveda, and other Vedic sciences.
Dharamshala’s yogic history is engrained into the culture. It is understandable, considering the fact that this unusual little town has been home to the Dalai Lama himself, who settled here when he escaped from Tibet. The town grew up around him and ultimately McLeod Ganj has become a little Tibetan haven in the mountains.
As soon as your feet touch the ground, you will feel the spirituality that permeates the air. The Dalai Lama holds audiences at the Dalai Lama Temple, which you can visit freely. If you are lucky, every so often you are able to book a place at his teachings
The town is a pilgrimage destination among many foreign travelers and tourists that come here specifically to meet and receive blessings from his Holiness, the one and only Dalai Lama. It is also a popular destination to practice yoga in a peaceful environment.
There are many world-famous teachers here who have set up their own yoga shalas and run classes for the public. Every style of yoga is covered. from Hatha, Iyengar, Bikram, Vinyasana, and Ashtanga. If you want something new and modern, you can always find courses to complement your training, such as AcroYoga, circus skills, massage therapy, meditation, or Reiki, to name a few.
There is a special kind of feeling in the air; here, everybody is welcome, regardless of religion, race, or country of origins. Once here, the international tourists are welcomed by many kind local people that seek only to make their stay here nice and pleasant.
Due to the fact that the Dalai Lama resides here and due to the many Hindu temples where people pray to their gods, the town is considered to be a sacred location. This atmosphere and culture that is specific to the area means that tourists traveling alone, particularly women, have nothing to fear.
The landscape around the area is completed by tall pine trees coupled with the rhododendron bushes and ancient monasteries, all of which create the perfect environment for yoga. The weather conditions are likewise perfect for deep meditations; the summers have pleasant and warm temperatures.
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All the food provided during this teacher training is vegetarian and prepared in a yogic manner that helps to balance the mind and body. Three daily meals are provided Monday through Friday. On Saturdays, only breakfast is offered.
For the weekends, there is a wide array of foodie delicacies to be found from every corner of the globe. From delectable Indian cuisine to Tibetan momos, Italian pizza to German bakeries, vegan and vegetarian delicacies, and everything in between. Not forgetting the many Chai shops.
There are many interesting activities and features of natural beauty to discover in Dharamshala. Many yoga centers offer therapeutic massages, outdoor expeditions in nature, and even spas. Those who have a taste for adrenaline will love it here, because they can experience rock climbing, paragliding, and many other outdoor activities.
Particularly breathtaking, is the trek to Triund, which takes you up the mountain to 2,800 feet and reveals breathtaking views of the snow-caped mountains. It is also possible to camp at the summit for the night.
Those who seek ancient architecture will fall in love with the ancient forts and the Hindu temples constructed according to the great Tibetan architecture. Those that enjoy nature above all else will certainly become mesmerized with the natural lakes, the waterfalls, the hot water springs, and the overall beauty of the Himalayas.
Many yoga centers in Dharamshala offer massages and spa services at an additional cost.
Please book your flight to arrive at Gaggal Airport (DHM). Transfer from this airport is included. Sadguru Yoga will pick you up from the airport.
The center in Dharamshala is situated in Upper Bhagsunag, only two kilometers away from McLeod Ganj. It can be reached very easily from McLeod Ganj by taxi or auto rickshaw.