Yoga Styles: Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Arm Balancing
You are a Yoga teacher and would like to get some new insights? You would like to deepen your knowledge to grow as a teacher and student? You would like to know more about Ashtanga Vinyasa? You always wanted to improve your arm balancing skills? You want to know more about Yoga therapy and Ayurveda?
Then, this is the right course for you!
It is an advanced Yoga Teacher Training to inspire and challenge your teaching and your own practice; a way to grow on you path as a Yoga teacher.
We put special focus on the practice and teaching of Ahstanga Vinyasa, Ayurveda and arm balancing asanas. We will also explore the seven chakras, Yoga Nidra and get deeper into Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras.
We are looking forward to walk a part of your path together and to exchange our experiences, ideas and visions.
We will give you the chance to explore new areas of Yoga and to include the new insights into your own teachings. After completing our training we want you to feel like you have grown on your journey as a teacher as well as a student. To ensure the quality of our course and to help you track your progress we will have weekly quizzes, one final written exam and a practical exam in which you are going to teach a Yoga class of your choice.
Ashtanga Vinyasa is part of the Hatha Yoga system and consists of six fixed series with a set order of asanas. In this training we cover 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 vinayasa.
~ How to do Vinyasa flow (with jumping back and front)
~ How to do Chakorasana (rollback)
~ How to go from Hasta Uttanasana into Chakrasana and stand back up into Hasta Uttanasana
We will break down the asanas of the Primary Series and you will learn the alignment and the flow of the poses included.
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 chaturgandandasana
~ Supta Kurmasana - jump back from dwipadhastha asana to chaturagdanasana
~ 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
We will break down several arm balancing postures. You will learn
~ How to practice and teach arm balancing asanas
~ How to use bone-on-bone alignment
~ How to include arm balancing postures into your classes
~ How to sequence them in a safe and efficient way
~ How to verbally and physically align your students
~ How to build up the needed arm strength
~ Adho mukha vrikshasana – Handstand
~ A.stavakrasana – Eight angle pose
~ Bakasana – Crane pose
~ Bhujapidasana - Shoulder pressing pose
~ Brahmcharyasana - Celibate’s pose
~ Chaturanga Dandasana- Four limbed staff pose
~Dwi Hasta Bhujasana- Two hands and arms pose
~ Dwi pada Koundinyasana – Twised crow pose with straight legs
~ Eka Pada Bakasana – One legged crane pose
~ Eka Pada Koundinyasana 1 – Twisted one legged arm balance
~ Eka Pada Koundinyasana 2- Flying split
~ Kakasana- Crow posture
~ Kukkutasana – Rooster pose
~ Kumbhakasana – Dolphin plank posture
~ Lolasana- Pendant posture
~ Mayurasana – Peacock Posture
~ Padma Mayurasana- Lotus peacock pose
~ Parsva Bakasana – Twisted Crane pose
~ Pincha Mayurasana- Feathered peacock pose
~ Santolasana- High plank posture
~ Tittibhasana – Firefly posture
~ Urdhva Kukkutasana – Upward rooster posture
~ Utpluthihasana – Uprooting
Chakras are energy centers in our body. They are junction points where the different nadis meet and represent a connection between our physical and astral body. We have seven main chakras in our body along our spinal cord.
The way we live our lives nowadays often results in energy blockages and can lead to physical and mental disturbances and diseases. Chakra meditation is a powerful source to activate and purify our chakras. When all chakras are open, turning and glowing, there are no blockages in the physical, mental and spiritual areas. We feel energetic, stable and in our center.
You will learn to use different meditation techniques, asanas and sequences for each chakra to unfold its potential.
A lot of people turn towards Yoga because of health issues starting with back problems, fertility issues and even diseases like diabetes or osteoporosis.
Please be aware that Yoga therapy is a very complex topic and people study several years to become a Yoga therapist. These sessions are only to give you a brief insight into the healing art of Yoga. To become a Yoga therapist and offer Yoga therapy you have to study at an approved university.
We will introduce you to the concept of Yoga therapy, different diseases, their causes from a yogic point of view and how the different components of Yoga, like diet; the yamas and niyamas; shatkarma; asana and pranayama are used to cure them.
The yogic sleep, an ancient relaxation technique to recover body, mind and spirit.
In this training you will experience, learn and teach Yoga Nidra. We will familiarize you with the theory behind, benefits, how it works on a physical and mental levels, how to write a script and how you can include it in your Yoga sessions.
In the pranayama practice we will get deeper into different pranayama techniques, you will get the chance to experience their effects and will get an idea of how to include them into your Yoga classes. We will introduce you to the concept of kumbhaka – breath retention.
~ Surya Bhedi
~ Chandra Bhedi
To get a deeper understanding of the human body we cover the 11 body systems in this 300 hours Yoga Teacher Training. We will teach you how the different systems work together and how they are affected by asana, pranayama and meditation practice.
~ Skeletal system
~ Muscular system
~ Nervous system
~ Digestive system
~ Respiratory system
~ Cardiovascular system
~ Immune system
~ Lymphatic system
~ Endocrine system
~ Urinary system
~ Reproductive system
Before joining Anandam Yoga School’s 300 hours Yoga Teacher Training in India Course, you have to fulfill this eligibility criteria.
The time schedule is not fixed and can change accordingly to location, teacher availability, weather conditions and general situation.