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IYT 500Hrs+ Course

Successful completion of TTC IYT 500 + Hrs will make one eligible to RYS 500 Certificate

Where

#144/E, 7th Main Road, Gokulam 3rd Stage,, Mysore Karnataka, IN 570002
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Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

May 23 to
Jul 25
2015
22:00 pmto12:00 pm

TTC IYT 500 +Hrs is conducted for a period of 8 weeks.
Beginning on 24th May 2015 will end on 20th July 2015

Price

$2,299

This Price is an Early Bird Offer and can be availed when payment is made before 28th Feb 2015

Full Description

Month 1

The IndeaYoga Training 250 Hrs+ taught at IndeaYoga is divided into the following & is designed to meet the expectations of the Yoga Alliance:

Asana practice and technique : During this course one will learn how to practice and teach in detail the IndeaYoga Therapy series and IndeaYoga Foundation series. The Therapy series provides the knowledge and skill to work intelligently with students who are living with chronic illness or injury, as well as aging populations and beginners. Yogic tradition says that there are 8.4m species in the world and there is one asana for each, capturing the life experience and qualities of each species in a relaxing position. Obviously nobody could learn, not mentioning practicing regularly, all of them. The Foundation series provides one with 83 important asanas.
Asana practice is a mix of led and mysore style classes.
The teaching of the Therapy and Foundation series is thoroughly imparted in the following structure by Bharath, and students are expected to know this detail for each asana by the end of the course and for the exam:

Sanskrit name & English translation
Silent demonstration
Limitations
Benefits
Detailed technique
Common mistakes
Variations
Class practice & instruction

Teaching practice: Students will have taught 2-3 sessions either a) teaching the other TTC students in a classroom setting=> using the above 8 steps for c.4 asanas, or b) teaching in smaller class settings (with other TTC students as mock students). Students will also be required to sit-in and observe Bharath and other IndeaYoga teachers who present the mysore style classes. The aim is for students gain knowledge of the methodology of teaching which includes the principles of demonstration, instructions and observation.
Prayers (slokas), chanting (kirtan): Students must learn the IndeaYoga opening and closing prayer which are chanted before and after every session. See tab Chanting and Prayer for further detail.
Pranayama: A selection of pranayama techniques will be taught and practiced during the course.
Anatomy: includes the study of physical human body anatomy, the skeleton, organs & muscles, cardiovascular system, and nutrition.
Philosophy and Ethics: this part includes the basics from the study of yoga scriptures, ethics for yoga teachers and life of a yogi & includes:

Meaning of the word “yoga”
Raja yoga of Patanjali
Pancha koshas
Overview of chakras
Overview of Patanjali yoga sutras and “ashtanga (eight-fold) yoga”, with a more detailed satsang on selected Sutras from Chapter 1 & 2 of the sutras.

Self-practice: study of recommended books & participating in discussion and practice of all the above mentioned topics.

Month 2

The Advance Course has been specially designed to give yoga students the opportunity for personal development and to intensively deepen their own practice.

Asana practice and technique: One will attend two strong asana practices per day. Morning asanas covered will be Indea Foundation and Indea Vinyasa series. Afternoon practices will primarily incorporate Indea Innovation series (back bending, hip opening and balancing asanas (incl. adho mukha vrikshasana and pincha mayurasana)). Practices are a mix of led and mysore style classes. There will also be classes covering how teachers can better adjust your students in certain key asanas.

Prayers (slokas), chanting (kirtan): Students must learn the IndeaYoga opening and closing prayer which are chanted before and after every session. See tab Chanting and Prayer for further detail.

Pranayama: A selection of pranayama techniques will be taught and practiced during the course.

Meditation: There will regularly be short sessions of meditation (c.15-30 mins per session).

Anatomy: This session covers a number of conditions and diseases and how to treat these with yoga.

Presentation and yoga therapy: Students are required to prepare a mini presentation/ thesis / dossier on a disease/ ailment/ condition (not necessarily covered in the first two weeks anatomy classes). Students are required to submit this for review and then present to the class their chosen condition and how to treat with yoga.

Bandas: Janandara Banda, Uddiyana Banda, Moola Banda & Maha Banda.

Kriya: Jalaneti, Sutra Neti, Kaphalabati, Trataka and Shankprakshalana, Dhouti. In addition to learning the technique, students will have the opportunity to gain personal experience in performing these kriyas during the course.

Mudras: Yoni mudra, bhairava mudra, hridaya mudra, shambavi mudra, nasikagra dristi, shanmukhi mudra, vipareeta karani mudra, and ashwini mudra.

Philosophy: Patanjali Yoga Sutra (Raja Yoga) Samadi Pada (Chapter 1), Sadana Pada (Chapter 2), Karmayoga Sloka Sangrahah (Bhagavad Gita), Atma (Nivana) Shataka.

The following subjects will be touched on also:

Chakras and Ayurveda principles.

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