200 hour Yoga Teacher Training India

The 200 hrs of Yoga Teacher Training Course at AlakhYog is apt for anyone at a beginner or intermediate and advance level of yoga. We are a Yoga Alliance, USA registered school and our 200 hrs of Yoga Teacher Training Course (YTTC) is duly recognised by it. After successful completion of the course, every student receives a Yoga Alliance, USA certification in his/her name. It is a life-long valid certificate, on the basis of which, student are allowed to teach Yoga, anywhere in the world.

Our 200 hrs of Yoga Teacher Training Course is as per Yoga Alliance, USA standards and includes all the suggested topics and subjects, such as asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, mantra, meditation and other traditional yoga techniques. Analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques, and guided practice of the techniques. this covers Teaching Methodology, Anatomy & Physiology, Yoga Philosophy/Ethics/Lifestyle.

 

In this regard, we state that our curriculum not only includes what is specified by Yoga Alliance, USA but we have tried to give our students knowledge and taste of few other subjects and philosophies, like:

  • Emotional blockage treatment
  • Self healing through five (5) elements
  • Yog-Nidra
  • Yogic Breathing techniques
  • One to one personal interaction for inner queries and their answers

Highlights of 200 Hrs. Yoga Teacher Training Course:

  1. Acquire deeper knowledge of YogaAsanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Philosophy, and Anatomy.
  2. Enhance your teaching skills and brush up on your Sanskrit, asana vocabulary, and adjustment techniques.
  3. Refresh your knowledge of anatomy and philosophy in a focused, committed learning environment with professional and dedicated teachers.
  4. Deepen your own personal asana practice with daily Vinyasa Flow classes, advanced asana practice like arm balances and backbends.
  5. Learn and practice hands-on adjustments and enhance your teaching skills.
  6. Share the knowledge and experience you have gained as a yoga teacher with others.
  7. Take some personal time for yourself and ENJOY BEING A STUDENT AGAIN—studying in a fun, encouraging, and supportive environment.
  8. Enhance your credibility and increase your visibility.
  9. The philosophy component will follow a more in-depth study of Chakras and Bhagavad Gita, apart from basics of Ayurveda. Students will study intense pranayama, chakra balance, metaphysical meditations, and Yoga Nidra.
  10. The Anatomical highlight will be on practical applications of anatomy and comparative anatomy.

AlakhYog Heart Chakra Meditations:

  1. Technique & Application
  2. Transformational Mantra Chanting
  3. Awareness Expansion
  4. Meditation Lecture & Theory

Emotional Blockage Treatment:

  1. Body points
  2. Treatment Structure
  3. Theory & Lecture
  4. Treatment Practice
  5. Relationship between emotional accumulation in body and thought pattern.

Asana:

During 200 Hrs of Yoga Teacher Training course students will learn more than 54 traditional and dynamic Hatha         yoga Asana poses as well as a minimum of 25 Ashtanga poses.

Pranayama:

Introduction, its aspects, pranic body, different types of prana, types of breathing, anatomy of breathing, Yogic            breathing, NadiShodhana (alternate nostril breathing), Sheetali (cooling breath), Shitkari (hissing breath),                      Bhramari (humming bee breath), Ujjayi (the psychic or victorious breath), Bhastrika (bellows breath), Kapalabhati     (frontal brain cleansing breath), Suryabheda (vitality stimulating breath) including advance variations.

Shatkarma:

 1. JalaNeti  5. Kapalabhati
 2. Sutra Neti  6. Aganisara
 3. Dhauti (Vamana)  7. Trataka
 4. Nauli  8. Uddiyana

Mantra:

  1. PranavaJapa    2. Svasti Mantra    3. Gayatri Mantra

Extra Topics:

  1. Nature cure and self healing through five elements (Air, water, mud, Sun, Anema).
  2. Seven Chakras
  3. Serving
  4. Devotion
  5. Satsang
  6. Power of love & surrender

Teaching Methodology:

  1. Principles of demonstration
  2. Observing, assisting and correcting
  3. Instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher
  4. Voice projection, floor presence
  5. The student’s process of learning Planning and structuring a class
  6. Alignment and hands-on-adjustments
  7. Dealing with injuries and safety precautions
  8. Business aspects of teaching yoga

Teaching Practice:

  1. Symptoms of a good teacher   4. Clear instruction
  2. Demonstration                           5. Individual care of each student
  3. Proper alignment

Anatomy:

  1. Includes both human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc). Includes both the study of the subject and application of its principles to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns).
  2. Practical anatomy with a major emphasis on muscular and skeletal structures and in-depth study of anatomical and skeletal differences (i.e. compression, tension, and proportion and orientation theory)
  3. Introduction to different body systems
  4. Skeletal system, muscular system, connective tissue, nervous system, major joints of the body
  5. Breathing and respiratory system
  6. Practical applications of anatomy into postures
  7. Therapeutic applications of postures and working with injuries in asana class

Philosophy:

  1. Meaning of yoga, concepts, history
  2. Four paths of yoga ( Jnana, Raja, Bhakti, Karma Yoga)
  3. Ashtanga Yoga & Hatha Yoga
  4. Prana (bioplasmic energy)
  5. The chakra system, its qualities, activating and balancing techniques
  6. Energy or nadi system
  7. Meditation: introduction, practices, meditation and mind, removal of mental problems
  8. Guru and disciple relationship
  9. Kriya Yoga
  10. Five types of bodies (sheaths or koshas) .

Please Note:

  1. Student Behaviour

            Each student’s social behaviour is of great importance. Students will be assessed on their behaviour and these                   behavioural observations will be considered in their Yoga Teacher Training certificate.

  1. Additional

               The food offered during our Course is vegetarian and based on the sattvic diet.

                The Confirmation Fee must be paid in advance and is non-refundable.

Alakhyog invites you to experience a unique comprehensive process to explore the energy flow of your body-mind and spirit. This journey will take place at the feet of Ganga, the holy river and the symbol of the energy circulation in our body. When the body-mind system is freed of blockages the energy flows outward and reunites with universal energy. Here is the yoga training details for your reference:

Daily Schedule Monday To SaturdayWhatsApp Image 2017-01-30 at 10.49.31 AM

06.30 AM: WAKE UP

07:00 AM: TEA
07:30 AM: ASANA AND PRANAYAMA
09:30 AM: BREAKFAST
10:30 AM: MAIN LECTURE IN ANATOMY
12:30 PM: LUNCH
02:00 PM: MAIN LECTURE IN YOGA PHILOSOPHY AND SHATKARMA
03:15 PM: TEA
04:00 PM: ASANA CLASS
06:30 PM: ACTIVE MEDITATION *ALAKHYOG SUFI SOUNDTECHNIQUES
07:30 PM: DINNER
10:00 PM: LIGHTS OUT

Program Details

Week 1 – Yoga Teacher Training Part 1

1. MANTRA CHANTING.
2. HATHA YOGA AND PRANAYAMA.
3. ANATOMY AND PHISIOLOGY.
4. EMOTIONAL BLOCKAGE TREATMENTAND THEORY OF FIVE ELEMENTS.
5. HATHA YOGA .
6. ACTIVE MEDITATION(BREATHING TECHNIQUE)

Week 2 – Yoga Teacher Training Part 2

1. SHATKARMA AND MANTRA CHANTING.
2. HATHA YOGA AND PRANAYAMA.
3. ASANA ALIGNMENT AND HOW TO TEACH.
4. PHILOSOPHY OF MUDRA ,BANDHA AND SHATKARMA .
5. HATHA YOGA .
6. ACTIVE MEDITATION.(BREATHING TECHNIQUE)

Week 3 – Yoga Teacher Training Part 3

1. SELF PRACTICE OF SHATKARMA AND MANTRA CHANTING.
2. STUDENT TEACHING (ASANA)
3. ASANA ALIGNMENT AND HOW TO TEACH.
4. PHILOSOPHY OF YOGA
5. ASHTANGA YOGA .
6. ACTIVE MEDITATION.(SUFI MEDITATION)

Week 4 – Yoga Teacher Training Part 4

1. SELF PRACTICE OF MANTRA.
2. STUDENT TEACHING (ASANA)
3. ASANA ALIGNMENT AND HOW TO TEACH.
4. PHILOSOPHY.
5. HATHA YOGA.
6. ACTIVE MEDITATION.

 

FOOD DETAILS:

BREAKFAST : FRUITS, SPROUTS, TEA.

LUNCH : CHAPATI, DAL, VEGETABLE, RICE, SALAD.
TEA

DINNER : CHAPATI, DAL, VEGETABLE, RICE, SALAD.