200 hrs INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INTENSIVE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE. ACCREDITED BY YOGA ALLIANCE U.S.A
Reasons to join our YTTC
- 1. Dr.Venky has over eighteen years of vast experience teaching Yogic sciences.
- 2 Our theory and practical are based on scientific information on Yoga and the best combination of Philosophy, Physiology and Psychology.
- 3. The study of Physiology and Anatomy equip aspiring yoga teachers with an awareness of the proper techniques of asana, pranayama, kriya and other yogic practices.
- 4. Individual attention throughout the course.
- 5. Course syllabus and school is accredited by Yoga Alliance U.S.A
- 6. Internationally recognised certification
- 7. We respect your body and train you the way your body is.
- 8. Dr.Venky’s knowledge of human physiology and yogic sciences enrich this teacher training course by sharing his holistic views on yogic practices, thus providing a plethora of exposure to the aspiring yoga instructor spanning ancient teachings and modern medical and scientific knowledge.
DR.VENKY'S SHIVSHAKTI YOGA,
Biz Reg No- 53114880K
Philosophy, Scientific Theory of yogic practices, Practical, Teaching practice, Demonstrations, Posture corrections and precautions and Proper alignments.
Date- 1st May-28th May 2013
Days- Monday to friday ( No classes on weekends)
Course fees: SGD 3,250/ net.
Venue- 79 UP studio,Tanjongpagar road. 4/5min walk from Tanjongpagar MRT
Next YTTC intensive batch- 6th Nov- 4th Dec 2013.
Admission open ( Early bird discount announcing soon, don't miss it)
Mode of payment
- By cheque or wire transfer to DR.VENKY’S SHIVSHAKTI YOGA
- Payment can be made by cash, cheque or transfer to DR.VENKY’S SHIVSHAKTI YOGA a/c by ATM machine.
( Note: Aspiring yoga practitioners who are interested in the course, and have any questions regarding the course, fees, certification, training or teachers, please feel free to contact Dr.Venky. )
Dr.Venky's Shivshakti Yoga reserves the right to change or amend the course date and time without prior notice. Further information will be provided upon enquiry including terms and condition that apply.
BASIC MYOLOGY -
Introduction to human anatomy.
Name of the muscles and their anatomical position and functions.
Study of various joints and their structure, precautions and causes of injury, nature of injury and treatment.
A brief discussion on Micro anatomy and physiology of muscle fibres.
Study of the Structure of the spine.
Study of back and neck ache and causes and management.
STUDY OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY YOGIC POINT OF VIEW-
HISTORY OF YOGA –
i) Information of Vedic period.
ii) Pre-classical yoga.
iii) The Bhagavad-Gita Gita.
iv) The Upanishads.
v) Classical Yoga.
vi) Post Classical yoga- Tantra Yoga, Hatha yoga, Development of Yoga in West.
vii) Contemporary Yoga Gurus- Guru Krishnamacharya, Guru Pattabhi Jois, Guru B.K.S Iyengar.
EIGHT LIMBS OF YOGA -
Theory of Eight Limbs of Yoga - Yama, Niyam, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi.
i) Purpose of Asana practice (According to Patanjali and Hatha yoga).
ii) Characteristics of Asana.
iii) Aim and Objectives of Asana.
iv) Mechanism of Asana.
v) Anatomico Physiological consideration of meditative and cultural asana. (Salient features).
vi) Anatomico physiological features of Relaxative asana.
vii) Asana and exercise- Difference between asana practice and exercise.
viii) Posture- Ideal posture, Control of Posture, Classification of Posture.
ix) Introduction to combat Yoga and practical training under senior Combat Yoga Instructor
6) P PRNAANAYAMA –
i) Definition of pranayama (According to Patanjali).
ii) Purpose of pranayama.
iii) Anatomy and Physiology of Pranayama.
iv) Difference between Pranayama and deep breathing.
v) Aims and objectives of pranayama.
vi) Mechanism and objectives of pranayama.
vii) General guidelines for pranayama practice.
viii) Eight types of pranayama= technique, benefits and precautions.
I.e. U Ujjai, Anuloma viloma, Surya bhedana, Bhastrika, Shitali, shitkari, Bhramari, and Chandra bhedana.
i) Theory of meditation.Information.
Meditation alters brain function. (Based on research articles)
Meditation and physiological functions. (Theory based on research articles)
iv) B Benefits of meditation.
Practice of meditation (to understand and experience the technique of meditation.
8) B BANDHA-
i) Definition of bandha.
ii) Theory of Jalandhara bandha-, Uddiyana bandha and Moola bandha.
iii) Anatomy and physiology of Jalandhara bandha and Uddiyana bandha.
iv) Role of bandha in Pranayama.
v) Difference between bandha and mudras, Similarities between bandha and Mudras
9) K KRIYA-
Six types of Kriyas (cleansing process) and theory of kriya-
Neti, Dhouti, Trataka, Basti (theory), Kapalbhati and Nauli (theory and practical)
i) Meaning of Mudra and purpose of practicing Mudra.
Physiology of Mudra.
11) TEACHING METHODOLOGY -
i) Teaching techniques.
iii) Selection of the postures for the various level of posture practice. (Beginners, intermediate and advance).
iv) Introduction and practice of Hatha Vinyasa and Power yoga.
v) Sequencing and arrangement of posture practice. (Based on counter postures)
vi) Lession planning.
vi) Arrangement of class.
12) SCIENCE OF STRETCHING -
Study of various types of stretches for example =
i) Dynamic stretching
ii) Static stretching
iii) Active stretching
iv) Ballistic stretching
v) PNF stretching
vi) Passive stretching, Isometric stretching.
ii) Neurological factors of stretching.
Study of Factors affecting flexibility.
14) SYMPTOMS OF OVER TRAINING-
Discussion on symptoms of over training.
15) WARMUP AND COOL DOWN -
i) Purpose of warm-up and its physiological benefits.(Sunsalutations)
ii) Purpose of cool down and its physiological benefits. (Shavasan)
16) METABOLIC RESPONSE TO POWER YOGA AND HATHA VINYASA-
Brief explanation to metabolic response to Power yoga and Hatha Vinyasa.
17) SYMPTOMS OF CARDIOPULMONAY OR METABOLIC DISEASE -
Brief discussion on symptoms of cardiopulmonary or metabolic disease.
18) DO’S AND DONTS OF YOGIC PRACTICES -
Brief discussion of do’s and don’ts of yogic practices.
19) LECTURE ON DIET-
Importance of diet (Yoga Point of view)