AyurYoga Ashram is offering a 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training program nearby Mysure, India to teachers and students who have already completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training from a recognized school. Interested individuals can choose between the June 18 to July 16, 2018 and November 17 to December 15, 2018 schedules.
Yoga teacher training India will deepen the participant’s understanding of advanced asanas, yoga nidras, kriyas, and pranayamas. This will improve not only their self-practice but also their ability to teach advanced sequences and poses. Those whose previous training doesn’t cover what’s considered standard syllabus may be asked to come for a 2-week intensive yoga course to prepare them for the advanced 300 hours yoga teacher training. Each class is composed of 20 to 30 students and a minimum 4 of 5 to teachers in a group.
Those who are advanced enough to hold basic asanas for at least 1 minute are also qualified to join yoga Training India. The course is open to those with healthy back and joints as they have to practice 30 to 40 rounds of Sun Salutations daily. Participants should also have enough core strength to do 25 double leg lifts nonstop and a lung capacity enough sustain two 30-minute sessions of intensive pranayamas. Participants should have a basic understanding of the human body’s physiology and anatomy, stamina to handle lessons that last 10 hours a day and willingness to practice silence from 10 pm to 10 am. They should have no heart ailments, high blood pressure or chronic illness. Participants must be psychologically matured to deal with the group’s cultural differences.
Advanced yoga teacher training will strengthen the participants’ joint core for advanced poses and improve their cardio-lung capacity so that they can breathe better. The course is taught by advanced teachers. Morning yoga classes focus on holding advanced and intermediate asanas longer to explore the body-breath-mind at a deeper level. Two pranayama sessions are held daily to help students master the basic pranayamas and teach them how to practice and teach advanced pranayamas safely. The training also includes daily practice of Kapalabhati/Bhastrika, Jala Neti, and Agnisara. Students who are ready will try out Prakshalana, Sutra Neti, and Shanka in the last week of training.
AyurYoga’s 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training program also teaches various yoga nidra and meditation techniques that participants can teach to their future students. Participants will learn to read and write Sanskrit lessons. They will also be introduced to Ayurveda to help them understand the physical body and mind. Yoga therapy classes train students on contraindications of asans and how to deal with certain common diseases like asthma and high blood pressure. Students will learn how to chant Sanksrit prayers that they can use in classrooms.
As for their teaching practice, each participant will be teaching at least 2 to 4 classes to a small group of 4 to 5 other students. They will also learn how to offer Chakra-based workshops. AyurYoga’s expert teachers will monitor these classes and help students with suggestions and corrections. Students will be continuously assessed throughout the program in 5 modules including self-practice, anatomy, and Ayurveda, teaching skills, the spirituality of yoga and philosophy and psychology of yoga. Students will be given one written examination of philosophy and anatomy to evaluate their understanding. Completing the course will give them a certification of RYT 300-hour teacher training, which will be added to their previous RYT 200 hours. This will qualify them as RYT 500 Hours with Yoga Alliance.
About The Company
Ayur Yoga Ashram India is a non-profit organization run by Krishna Chaitanya and other spiritual monks who want to help people incorporate yoga in their daily lives. The organization’s faculty is composed of at least six teachers, and many of them are recognized as ERYT 200 or E-RYT 500. AyurYoga’s yoga teacher training certificate is valid for getting insurance and invoicing costs for further education and training for taxation purposes.