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At Trinetra Yoga, their core values and the fundamental beliefs spins around the quality of teaching and following international yoga standards by World Yoga Alliance with the best curriculum and preparing international teachers to have deep insights into various aspects of yoga.
Trinetra Yoga provides stay at a third-party Youth hostel in Mysore, where they offer single occupancy, dormitory, and double sharing accommodation.
In all categories of rooms, one has to take care of their personal belongings and valuables especially dormitory and also in twin-single rooms. Trinetra Yoga suggests opting only single occupancy or double twin sharing rooms, as students can have their privacy and study, as dormitories may have few external guests of the hostel as well.
Trinetra Yoga suggests that you can also eat breakfast by paying a nominal amount to the restaurants nearby the Ashram, as we start classes early morning and breakfast break is an hour. So it is wise to stay back at the ashram and eat nearby, instead of traveling again to your accommodation for breakfast and come back, although you have breakfast included in the package but to save time and energy. The choice is completely yours.
The lunch dinner not included in the package. Choose lunch/dinner based on your preference, as there are many places for food in and around the school. The students can also talk to a couple of places and get your food arranged at the Ashram.
Trinetra Yoga also suggests students who are keen on their preference for a stay to opt outside because they may find a stay as per their taste. However, in case of students do not stay at our third-party places, then Trinetra Yoga won't be adjusting the package price as the entire package comes with stay and breakfast in case of Non AC twin sharing rooms and no breakfast in non-A/C twin sharing rooms.
Students who complete their training are eligible to register with the World Yoga Alliance as Registered Teacher of Yoga (RTY).
Hatha Yoga means more than mere physical exercise or postures. In its true sense, Hatha yoga refers to the practice of bringing harmony and balance between the two main energies in the human body, the energy of the moon and the energy of the sun ( Ha and Tha).
Just as the moon constantly changes, the human mind is not constant on a daily basis. In yoga philosophy, the principle of the mind is symbolized by the moon and one of the main energy channels in the body, the “Ida Nadi” is also known as the moon energy. On the full moon day, you will see the waves on the surface of the ocean become more turbulent. In the same way, the moon energy causes your mind and emotions to constantly change.
The moon system is paired with the sun system, known as the “Pingala Nadi”. The sun is the symbol of fire, it governs your activities, decision-making, and gives mental clarity. The third main energy channel is called “Sushumna” that relates to the central nervous system. Your consciousness continuously flows through this central spinal channel. Consciousness is the radiance and light of the soul.
Now, how to bring balance and harmony to these three energy channels in your body. It is through the practice of Hatha yoga. In Sanskrit, the moon is known as “Ha” and the sun is “Tha”, thus Hatha. The “Sushumna” channel is the third one that unites all three, thus yoga which is derived from the root word “Yog” which means the union of mind, body, and soul.
So it is that “Hatha yoga” restores the balance between the mind, body, and intellect. When there are perfect balance and control of mind and intellect, then one’s consciousness and supreme energies begin to awaken. This leads to better physical health, inner peace, inner contentment, and mental clarity.
The objective of life becomes more clear and one will start to understand creation. You will exist in this world with the feeling of spirituality, with the feeling of divinity, and of clarity. This is literally the meaning of Hatha yoga in its spiritual context.
Hatha yoga cleanses body with Asana (postures) and coupled with Pranamaya (vital force energy control and extension), a Hatha yogi prepares himself or herself to move to the next Ashtanga limbs (Pratyahara - Withdrawing senses), Dharna (one-pointedness), Dhyana (meditation), and Samadhi (bliss).
Hatha yoga (200 hours) is 7 sequence of Asana’s along with other theoretical and practical aspects of Hatha like meditation, Kriya, Mudra’s, Kundalini, Chakra, Bandha, Nadishodhana, yoga philosophy, yogic diet, 5 Prana and 5 kosha’s, Nadi’s, 3 Guna’s, Ayurveda, anatomy, 4 ashrams, mantra chanting, Bhagavadgita texts, and others. The 7 series of Asana that Trinetra Yoga is teaching in Hatha yoga are:
The program is well designed and based on international curriculum and teaching standards set by World Yoga Alliance. Trinetra Yoga has certified and qualified experienced masters having vast experience in teaching all the aspects of Hatha yoga.
With WYA certificate, you are authorized to spread Hatha yoga across the globe with your name in WYA international directory. The wholistic program is designed with a focus on Asana, adjustment techniques and methods, yoga philosophy, Pranayama, meditation, anatomy, mantra chanting.
Practical sessions overview: These sessions equip the students with all the necessary yoga tools for physical and mental development.
There will be one religious visit or short yoga retreat included in and around Mysore based on the time frame. This yoga retreat of the holiday will include only transport like pickup and drop off. Students need to take care of their food and personal expenses themselves.
Dr. Avinash LP has completed BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda medicine and surgery) and Ayurvedacharya from KVG Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, Sullia Dakshina Kannada, under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bangalore. Along with BAMS, he has done his Post Graduation Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics. He is practicing Ayurveda for last many years in yoga city Mysore which is also his native town Ayurveda is up a Veda of Atarvaveda, which is considered as 'the way of life' under which yoga comes and because of the sound knowledge of Ayurveda. He is well versed in yogic knowledge.
Grandmaster Dr.(Hc) Piyush goel's yogic journey started many years ago and he has worked under highly proficient teachers and gurus of the field from Mysore, Pondicherry, and Bangalore. Piyush was awarded and certified as “Grandmaster-Hatha Yoga” by Yoga Alliance International and is ranked 14th in Grandmaster’s category in the Asia Pacific region. Grandmaster Piyush hails from Bangalore and Mysore and uses a hands-on approach on various aspects relevant to different domains of yoga. Having trained under Super Master’s, he has a grounded approach towards his students in everything.
This training course will take place in Mysore, India. Mysore is considered to be the yoga capital of the world and is known for Ashtanga yoga and spirituality. It is a heritage city with many places to see like the palace, temples, zoos, local markets, art crafts, and food. Mysore is located 130 kilometers from Bangalore and will take you 2.5 to 3 hours of driving to get there.
The city is located at 12.30°N 74.65°E and has an average altitude of 770 meters (2,526 ft). It is spread across an area of 128.42 square kilometers (50 square miles) at the base of the Chamundi Hills in the southern region of Karnataka. Mysore has the biggest "walk-through aviary" called Karanji Lake in India.
Mysore served as the capital city of the Kingdom of Mysore for nearly six centuries, from 1399 until 1956.
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Trinetra Yoga suggest that you can also eat breakfast by paying a nominal amount to the restaurants nearby our Ashram as we start classes early morning and breakfast break is an hour so it is wise to stay back at ashram and eat nearby instead of traveling again to your accommodation for breakfast and come back although you have breakfast included in the package but to save time and energy. The choice is completely yours.
Trinetra Yoga doesn't provide lunch and dinner but can suggest restaurants at a walking distance where students can go and eat or can also get food delivered.
Kempegowda International Airport
Transfer not provided
The nearest major airport to Mysore is the new Bangalore International Airport or Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), which is about 130 kilometers away. Bangalore itself is very well-connected to all major cities in India. It takes about three hours by road to reach Mysore from Bangalore.
You can take a taxi from Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) to come to Mysore by paying cab charges on an Average 3800 - 4700 INR (most comfortable and easy mode of transport if you are landing at Kempegowda International Airport (BLR))
Mysore is very well connected by rail throughout the region and the railway station is just about 2 kilometers from the city center. You will find many express trains between Bangalore and Mysore that cover the distance between the two cities in about three hours. Bangalore itself is very well-connected to most other cities in India. Some of the trains plying between the two nodes include Tippu Express, Chamundi Express, Kaveri Express, and Mysore Express.
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