06.04.2024 - 20.04.2024
Yoga Styles: Ashtanga Vinyasa
Ashtanga Vinyasa, often referred to simply as Ashtanga, is a dynamic and structured style of yoga that follows a specific sequence of asanas that are linked through the synchronization of breath and movement. This vigorous Yoga style was developed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century, Ashtanga Vinyasa is rooted in the ancient teachings of the Yoga Kurunta and draws inspiration from the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
It is the foundation of all vinyasa, power and flow styles that are popular in the west.
Are you ready to deepen your practice, unlock your potential, and become a certified Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga instructor? Then come and join us for this 100 hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher training in Germany.
This course is embedded in the YACEP program of Yoga Alliance and you can add the 100 hours of this course to your continuous education hours.
Learn more about the essence of Ashtanga Vinyasa, its history, philosophy and guiding principles - The Tristhana of Ashtanga - breath, asana and drishti, being only one of them, requiring a high degree of concentration and focus, leading to a calmer mind.
In this Ashtanga course we try to equip you with all the skills you need for your own Ashtanga practice and safe Ashtanga Vinyasa classes.
In this Ashtanga Yoga teacher Training we cover the Primary Series. Every morning we will practice the Primary Series and you will be introduced into the art of teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa. You will learn
~ The importance of Ujjayi breath during the practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa
~ How to do Vinyasa flow (with jumping back and front)
~ How to do Chakrasana (rollback)
~ How to go from Hasta Uttanasana into Urdhva Dhanurasana and stand back up into Hasta Uttanasana
We will break down the asanas of the Primary Series and you will learn the sequence of the poses, their alignment, verbal and physical adjustments and modifications of the poses.
Surya Namaskar A
Surya Namaskar B
~ Parivritta Trikonasana
~ Utthita Parsvakonasana
~ Parivritta Parsvakonasana
~ Prasarita Padottanasana
~ Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana
~Ardha Baddha Padma Uttanasana
~ Virabhadrasana I
~ Virabhadrasana II
~ Paschimottanasana A, B & C
~ Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana
~ Trianga Mukaikapada Paschimottanasana
~ Janu Sirsasana A, B & C
~ Marichyasana A, B C & D
~ Bhujapidasana - jump back from crow pose to chaturanga dandasana
~ Supta Kurmasana - jump back from dwipadhasthasana to chaturanga dandasana
~ Garbha Pindasana
~ Baddha Konasana
~ Upavista Konasana
~ Supta Konasana
~ Supta Padangustasana A & B
~ Ubhaya Padangustasana
~ Urdvha Mukha Paschimottanasana
~ Setu Bandhasana
~ Urdvha Dhanurasana
~ Salamba Sarvangasana
~ Urdvha Padmasana
~ Pindasana in Sarvangasana
~ Uttana Padasana
~ Baddha Padmasana
Our theory journey begins with the exploration of the history and origin of Ashtanga Vinyasa. We will diver deeper into the Patanjali's Ashtanga Yoga, the importance of Prana and different techniques to control and expand energy. Apart from that the chakras, Bandhas, Drishtis - Gazing points, Kriyas and Mudras play an important part in our Yoga theory sessions.
It is important to understand, how the practice affects our physical body and how our anatomical outline affect our practice. We learn more about
~ Hip and spine anatomy
~ Arm and shoulder anatomy
~ Anatomical patterns in forward bends
~ Anatomical patterns in twists
~ Anatomical patterns in backbends
We will cover two different teaching styles for Ashtanga Vinyasa in this Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga training - Mysore style and Led classes. We will practice and learn how to teach both stlyes. We also cover
~ The opening and closing mantras of Ashtanga Vinyasa
~ How to count in Sanskrit and the names of the asanas
~ Tips and tricks how to jump back and front into the sitting postures
~ Tristhana of Ashtanga Vinyasa
Before joining Anandam Yoga School’s 100 hours Ashtanga Training in Germany Course, you have to fulfill this eligibility criteria.
The time schedule is not fixed and can change according to location, teacher availability, weather conditions and general situation.