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This 200-hour Ayur Yoga Teacher Training Program is a harmonious blend of two ancient sciences of Health Yoga and Ayurveda. Students are prepared to not only to teach Classical Hatha yoga in group settings but also to use yoga as medicine and therapy in one-on-one sessions. In this course, you will learn how to apply yoga in an intelligent and customized way prescribing specific breathing, postures and styles of yoga to your clients based on their unique constitution or Dosha.
PDI Ayuryoga provides hostel with basic facilities.
This course is based on personal knowledge and experience of the teachers and the following books:
During the 200 hours of the teacher training program organized by our school, Pranayama plays an important role. The concept of Prana is explained by describing the five main types of Prana (Prana, Apana, Vyana, Samana, Udana), and what Pranayama, the bandhas, and the breath cycle mean.
The program is divided into three units, including a practical part in which the participants are guided to experiment the different pranayama techniques, and a theoretical part where the techniques are explained together, with the effects, benefits, and how they work by an anatomic and physiological point of view.
As for the asanas, pranayama techniques will be explained by studying various approaches and teaching methods
Effects of the mind and the spirit
Effects on the Chakras
Effects on the Doshas
Prana – The 5 main types, Prana, Apana, Vyana, Samana, Udana – Pranayama – Bandhas – the breath cycle. After an initial practical approach where the teacher will lead the participants to practice some simple pranayama techniques, the first unit focuses on the concepts of pranayama and prana.
Nadi Sodhana, Ujjay, Anuloma, Viloma, Sitali and Sitkari. The second unit dives further into the analysis and explanation of other techniques, always through a practical part first to experiment, and a second theoretical part to understand what happens in the physical and energetic bodies.
Kapalabhati, Bhastrika, Agni Sari, Samavritti and Asamavritti Pranayama. The third unit is part of the second year program. First, there will be a review of the program of the first year to refresh and then to aid in explaining more complex and advanced techniques, always through a practical part first, to experiment, and a second theoretical part to understand what happens in the physical and energetic bodies.
Prakash Deep Institute of Ayurvedic Sciences will look at the practice of meditation, its meaning, and the effects of meditation techniques as seen from scientific and physiologic perspectives; Students will practice and learn to teach meditation techniques utilizing breath, mantra, yantra, concentration on the Chakras and the principal Nadis (Ida, Pingala, Shushmna, Arohan, Awarohan). The majority of the meditation techniques that will be taught in the course of 3 years of study will have their origin in Tantra, Kriya and Raja yoga.
In the course of the 4 weeks of 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training, the multiple aspects of Anatomy and Physiology are treated throughout a detailed program, starting from the simple cell’s form and function to the most complex and vital processes of the human body.
The program emphasizes the study of the muscular bundles, the behavior in relation to the static and dynamic phases, and the various typologies of reaction to stimuli. The referring textbooks will be completed by handbooks that will help the student to deepen their knowledge of the joints and their functions, with the specific purpose of expanding the capacity of the future teacher in the prevention of possible injuries.
During the four weeks of the Teacher Training of our Yoga School, will be also treated the physiological and biomechanical processes activated by the practice of the asanas, pranayama and dharana.
This teacher training course includes one sightseeing tour.
Prakash Deep Institute of Ayurvedic Sciences is beautifully situated on the holy land of Vedas, Saints, Ganges, and spiritual divine power in Uttarakhand, in between Devbhumi Hardwar and Rishikesh, near the pride of Uttarakhand Rajaji National Park. This resort is situated at the foot of the Himalayas, 12 kilometers from Haridwar to Rishikesh. It is surrounded by forests and mountains.