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This is a full time, advanced and comprehensive teacher training course. After completion of the course the participant can teach yoga to all age groups, as well as help students in the management of various diseases. This course is a residential course at The Yoga Institute.
The course syllabus covers Yoga Sutra, Asanas, Pranayamas, Kriyas, Bhavas, attitude training, counseling, public speaking, Methodology of Teaching, practice teaching, Essential Anatomy & Physiology and Samkhya Philosophy. On completion of full attendance and all other pre-requisites, an examination is conducted at the end of the course after which successful students are awarded certificates.
This yoga teacher training course offers hostel facilities for the students.
The ladies hostel is on a triple-sharing basis with attached bathroom.
The gents hostel is on a quadruple-sharing basis with common bathroom.
24 hours hot and cold water is available in the bathrooms.
Students are to arrange their own travel to and from the Institute.
A shared computer is available with internet connection. Laptops may be connected through LAN cable provided. Wi-Fi connection is not provided at the Institute.
While the facility provides bedding and blankets, members are required to bring their own clothing, towels and toiletries.
Smoking, consumption of alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited.
Residential members are strictly not allowed to stay overnight outside the Institute.
Washing of clothes in the premises is not permitted. Members can avail of the laundry facility outside the Institute at their own cost.
Refrigeration facility is there to store medicines and permitted eatables. However, storage and consumption of non-vegetarian food / alcohol is strictly not permitted on the Institute premises.
Members are advised not to keep too much cash and valuables in their rooms
Residential members are not allowed to stay overnight outside the Institute.
All lights must be turned off at 10.30 p.m.
4 meals will be provided per day at regular intervals in the dining hall(i.e. Breakfast: 8:30 a.m. lunch 12:00 p.m., evening snacks 4:30 p.m. with herbal tea and dinner: 7:30 p.m.).
The food served is healthy, hygienic and nutritious, low in oil and spice. The cuisine is typically Indian. Cooled and UV filtered drinking water is available round the clock.