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This is a fully residential course, systematically designed with theory as well as practical classes. In the course, all the components of Hatha yoga, such as asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha, and shatkarma, are discussed along with their implication into your day to day life. The course brings to you an understanding of yogic lifestyle which includes all activities right from when you wake up until you wake up the next time. Learn how to be a smart yoga teacher.
Hotel Sushila Residency (Tapovan), Gayatri Resort (Tapovan), and Laxman Jhula Residency (11.11) are some of the best choices to stay in the Yoga Capital of India, Rishikesh. The prime location, nice surroundings,s and natural view with easy access to the nearest local market and other daily facilities make them worth staying. Decent rooms, hot running water, needful air condition, and other modern amenities are also available on request. Yoga and Spiritual Practitioners are also frequently joining and enjoying our venue to attend regular and drop-in classes.
Students who complete their training are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®)
Yoga teacher training and assessment: The entire Yoga Teacher Training is the assessment of the students at all levels. However, there will be one practical and one written test. Successful students in these tests will be conferred upon the Teacher Training Certificate.
The course is open to everyone however underwritten needs some consideration such as medical fitness; physical as well as mental. In cases otherwise, SANATANA YOG SANDESH must be detailed the individual limitation along with the medical report.
You need to be prepared for the training because during the time of the course you will pass through a lot of changes at physical, mental, and emotional levels. The classes are always gentle according to the need and limitation of the aspirants yet effective. You will be having your body standing on feet and standing on the head as well. From Tadasana (palm tree) to Sirsasana (headstand) and from Padangulinaman (toe bending) to Vrishchikasana (scorpion) also will be in the journey but with a systematic approach.
Sanatana Yog Sandesh will do their best to bring to you all a broader view of yoga so you can practice and disseminate the same according to your own way. They are practitioners only and will offer unto you the same practices. Either you are to start your yoga journey or you have been practicing yoga or you have been teaching yoga, the course/retreat will fit you the most.
200 Hours Hatha Yoga teacher training course (up-leveled syllabus) incorporates a variety of topics. All these topics come under these following heads.
It incorporates several levels of topics, techniques, practices, training of Hatha Yoga which students will study in the Yoga teacher training course. They are - historical context of asana, specific asana from the school’s lineage, complete sequencing (asana, pranayama, meditation) to achieve a particular effect, shared anatomical and alignment principles plus contraindications, the historical context of pranayama and subtle body, effects of pranayama on anatomy and subtle body, complete sequencing of pranayama safely, including alternatives and adaptations, different types of pranayama types, koshas, kleshas, chakra, nadis and prana vayus, key terms of meditation, meditation methods by lineage, ability to practice school’s chosen meditation practice, chanting, mantras and mudras.
Elective - sacred sound, singing bowl, Ayurveda tri-dosha basic knowledge.
Different basic postures from Hatha Yoga such as purificatory asana for lightness and purification of body, standing, supine, prone – (backward, forward, spine twist), inversion and balance.
Techniques for correction of breath, breathing to heat and energize, breathing to balancing, breathing to cool and harmonize.
Gesture of hands, fingers and body to affect the energy in the body.
Practices of locking the energy in the body.
Practices for purification of body in Yoga.
Practices for mind management such as study of sitting asana, Yogic breathing with awareness, peace establishment, Stillness of body, awareness of senses, awareness of thought process and Yoga Nidra.
Chanting and practice of important mantras for well-being and auspiciousness in life.
Practice of sound healing.
Skeletal system - major bones, types of joints, major muscles involved in asana, types of contraction
Nervous system including ‘fight, flight, freeze’ stress response, vagal theory, overall mind-body connection, cardiovascular/circulatory, endocrine, digestive systems as they relate to yoga practice, respiratory system, incl. muscles that affect breathing, involuntary vs. voluntary breath, and how air enters and leaves the body.
Types of joint movement, joint stabilization, safe movement as it pertains to balancing, stretching, awareness and physical limitations, contraindications, misalignments, adaptations.
Additional study on modern physio about bones, joints, muscles and their movements.
The term ‘Yoga’, historical perspective of Yoga, Yoga in ancient texts, school’s lineage, style and methodology, important dates and key ideas - Vedic period, Pre-classical era, Classical era, Middle Ages, Hatha Yoga 11 Century, Colonial era, Modern revival - 19th century with Swami Vivekananda and other great saints and Yogis, Vedas, Vedanta and Hatha.
Definition of Yoga and key terms, relationship between asana, pranayama and meditation with reference from Yoga sutra and according to school’s approach, texts of Yoga – important topics from Yoga Sutra, relationship, message and similarity between Yoga Sutra, Bhagavad Gita and Hatha Yoga Pradipika, self-reflection on how philosophy relates to practice.
Awareness of Yoga Sutras or similar Yogic ethical precepts, relationship to Yoga Alliance’s ethical commitment, comprehension of and responsibility to increase equity in Yoga, accountability measures, self-reflection on how Yoga ethics relate to practice and teaching.
Aum definition, Aum sound and inner sound awareness.
Sequencing, pace, environment, cueing (verbal, visual, physical), class management.
Yoga-related professional organizations including the Yoga Alliance credentialing process, ethical commitment, including scope of practice, code of conduct and equity position statement, lifetime of learning and continuing education, general professionalism, including timeliness, consistency, cleanliness, liability insurance, waivers and invoicing.
Marketing tools, online Yoga business, websites, promotion, profession and career.
Knowledge, skills, experience across 12 key competencies, mentorship component, including apprenticeship and feedback.
The daily schedule starts at 5 a.m. All students have to wake up at this time except in some contingencies. The above daily programs are tentative and subject to change according to need. All classes are held 6 days a week.
Everyone is in the process of being mature and the Congress at this yoga course/retreat is also one of the processes to unfold the sense of oneness with one another. Therefore, you need to be ready to deal with anything coming in your way!
In academic education, Satyanarayan completed his B.A. (Bachelor in Arts) from Bundelkhand University, U.P., India. He completed his YTTC 200 from Rishikesh to document his credential for Yoga Teaching. As he grew into his knowledge and experience, he taught Yoga at many Yoga schools in Rishikesh. He still teaches in Rishikesh and his classes are loved by people from all age group. In the year 2018, he chanced to visit Denmark where he conducted several yoga teaching workshops which brought to him international experience, acclaim, and excellence.
Rohit is the founder and lead trainer of Sanatana Yog Sandesh. Literature, metaphysics, Tantra, and yoga have been matters of interest in his life since a young age. Having started yoga classes at Yoga Sansthan, he visited several places to disseminate the principles of yoga along with its practices. He traveled to many countries of European Union such as the Netherlands, Germany, etc, where he received a lot of exposure to various aspects of human life and could feel how yoga could be implemented into several walks of life.
Niveda Arora comes from Delhi. She has been a trained Yoga instructor with 5 years of long teaching experiences to various Yoga teacher training courses across different states of India and abroad.For the last 2 years Niveda has been in Rishikesh teaching at various Yoga Schools to students coming for Yoga Teacher Training from all parts of the world. In Yoga teaching her interests are Hatha, Vinyasa and Anatomy lectures.
This training will take place at Rishikesh, a very ancient city in Uttarakhand province of India.
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You will be served Sattvik (suitable for yoga) vegetarian North Indian food. Alcohol, drugs, or any kind of intoxicant is strictly forbidden. Non-vegetarian food is also not recommended during the course.
Sanatana Yoga Sandesh provides filtered water for drinking purposes. Bring a water bottle with you. The weather in Rishikesh in summer is normally hot so you need to drink plenty of water. On an average, you need to consume 3 to 4 liters of water every day. In the class also, you need to bring your filled water bottle.
These food timings and food are a general idea and are tentative. There can be substantial changes according to the need. Sanatana Yoga Sandesh provides food / kinds of food and arranges the timings of the food from the yoga course point of view.
According to the yogic principle, there must be at least six to eight hours gap between two meals. On an average heavy food like grains etc.take, three hours to digest and fruit takes 30 to 40 minutes to digest. Stomach-full food at brunch is sufficient for sustaining the body for long hours.
At the same time a light stomach is also required for the afternoon classes. If you need to have something in between you can keep something healthy with you always. Rishikesh has many shops from where you can buy many healthy foodstuffs. But make sure that your stomach is empty before you are doing asana and pranayama classes.
There are many places to explore in and around Rishikesh. After the course, you can enjoy tours to different places of North India such as Delhi, Agra, Mathura, Vrindavan etc.
Jolly Grant Airport
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Indira Gandhi International Airport
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In order to come to Risikesh you need to land at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), New Delhi. Or you can also fly from your place to Dehradun Airport (DED), also named as Jolly Grant Airport, a domestic airport, in Dehradun via New Delhi airport or other international airports in India. This way you can make your arrival to Cochin and from there to Fort Cochin.
According to Google, the distance from the India Gandhi international Airport, New Delhi to Risikesh is around 245 kilometers, which is around 6 hours car-drive and the distance from Dehradun Airport to Risikesh is around 25 kilometers which is 45 minutes car drive. There are available car services at the airport that you can avail. In case of need, we can organize safe airport pick up / drop back to / from Airports.
In that case if students would be arriving one/two days before the course starts, Sanatana Yog Sandesh can co-ordinate to accommodate two / three students in one car comfortably to reduce the car fare and for a company on a long drive. You need to send them your confirmed e-ticket to let us know the flight number, airlines, airport and arrival / departure timings etc. They will confirm you the booking of the car / taxi by email.
A designated driver / staff will be standing at the airport with a placard showing your name and Sanatana Yog Sandesh (yoga school name). There will be phone numbers to reach the school in case of any difficulty in locating the driver.
Airport pick up (from Delhi to Risikesh) and vice versa costs approximately 4500 to 6000 INR. Meanwhile, aiport pick up (from Dehradun to Risikesh) and vice versa costs 1200 to 1400 INR. These charges are variable as per the arrival of number of tourists, but the charges can’t go too much high.
At the airport, there are also government / professional car / taxi drivers to take passengers to different routes. Sanatana Yog Sandesh suggests you to avail these facilities when you arrive at the airport to come to Risikesh. The government buses or any other bus services are very cheap. You can bargain also with the car / taxi drivers to give you cheaper fair.
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