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Yoga Instructors Course YIC

SYLLABUS
The objective of this course: yoga is becoming popular day by day. A wave of yoga is sweeping across the globe. To introduce yoga as a science of holistic living and not merely as yoga postures, Sankalpa has been offering this course over the last 6 years all over the globe with great attendant benefits. At the conclusion of this course, the students will be able to teach yoga to general public the holistic way, to prevent diseases, promote positive health and bring harmony and peace in the society.

Theory:
Introduction to Yoga and its Streams. Concept of yoga, definitions of yoga according to Patanjali, Bhagavadgita, The four main streams of yoga: Jnana, Bhakti, Raja and Karma Yoga; a brief glimpse into each of these streams; Indian Culture, Life and message of Applications of yoga in modern life.Indian culture and its foundations; Applications of yoga in the fields of health, education, management, arts, music, physically, mentally and socially deprived persons, etc.

Practice:
Yogasanas,Sithilikarana vyayama, suryanamaskar and standing, sitting, prone and supine yogasanasa; comparison between static and dynamic asanas. Yoga chart. Pranayama, Meditation, Devotional Music And Kriyas. Breathing practices, the anuloma viloma, bhastrika, sensitizing pranayama, cooling pranayama and resounding pranayama practices. Introduction to Om; introduction to simple bhajans, dhuns, namavalis, etc. trataka, kapalabhati, neti, vaman dhouti and agnisara kriyas. Teaching Techniques, Karma Yoga and report.

Starting Dates: 1st of every month
Elgibility: Minimum 10th Class Pass, Medium : English

Registration: Send proof of the qualification (Education certificate) , 2 Passport size photos and the application form (Read the instructions carefully and decide before submitting the application) signed by the applicant.

Donation made to Sankalpa Yoga and Natural Health Centre, are exempted from Income Tax under section 80G of income tax act 1961.


 

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