32 days TTC Integrated Restorative Yoga RYT 300 hrs

This is one of the most challenging yet popular and most affordable yoga course in the World.It is a scientific Integration of Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga techniques aimed at Restoring the physical, mental and spiritual health of the practitioner.

31+1

Days

300

Hours

176

Classes

English

Medium

35

Students

Join this inspiring, transforming, tough and affordable yoga teacher training in Mysore, India! This yoga teacher training is designed for those who want to imbibe the spirit of Raja Yoga by following its practical manual called Hatha Yoga.Ostensibly, there are many Hatha schools in India, each promoting their own unique style. To enable you to have the best of all, Swami Krishnananda Yogashala has developed a scientific module integrating various Hatha yoga styles taught by the most authentic Hatha Yoga schools in India. Swami Krishnananda Yogashala’s staff will give their best to enrich the lives of students and seekers who are ready to follow the Yogic tenets as enumerated by Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga namely Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and propagate a True Yogic Lifestyle for the benefit of the self, the family, the friends and the society.

Highlights of this course

YOGA STYLES

  • Raja Yoga
  • Hatha Yoga
  • Satyananda Yoga
  • Sivananda Yoga
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Karma Yogs
  • Bhakti Yoga
  • Mantra Yoga
  • Therapeutic Yoga

You will be guided on this fragrant path by:

Inteyoga

Yogacharya Kadambari CP

  • Started yoga at the age of 8 years under the guidance of G. Venkatesh.
  • Gold Medal - 13th National Yoga Competition, 1994.
  • Gold Medal - State Yoga Competition, 1995.
  • Gold Medal - 3rd International Yoga Competition, 1995.
  • Gold Medal - Open National Yoga Competition, 1999.
  • Gold Medal - State Yoga Competition, 2000.
  • Honoured on Republic Day for yoga achievements.
  • Title of Yoga Kumari by Bangalore Yoga Federation, 2001.
  • Gold Medal - Artistic Yoga World Cup (Argentina), 2002.
  • Yoga Shiromani (TTC - SYVNC).
  • Himalayan Yoga Competition (SVYASA) - 6th Rank.
  • Took part in 92 Yoga Competitions - Gold Medals in all of them.
  • Hatha Yoga Teacher since last 10Years

Inteyoga

Yogacharya Dr. K. Ashutosh

  • Disciple - Swami Krishnananda, Divine Life Society, Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh
  • Initiated into Mantra Yoga on Chaitra Ram Navmi - 1979 at Divine Life Society Rishikesh
  • Teacher - International Sivananda Ashram
  • Formerly Lecturer (Applied Yogic Sciences) - Bapu Nature Cure Hospital & Yogashram
  • MBBS
  • DPH&H
  • DcCH
  • D.Ac
  • Wt. Management
  • PG Dip. Stress Management
  • Ayurved Ratan
  • Positive Health - Ayurveda & Yoga (CCRYN)
  • NDDY
  • PGDY
  • PhD (Yoga)

In this Advance Teacher Training Course, you will learn yogic management of disorders of:

Course Curriculum

  • Jal Neti
  • Sutra Neti
  • Trataka
  • Kunjal
  • Kapalbhati
  • Shankh prakshalana
  • Agnisara
  • Basic asana (standing, sitting, lying down, balancing, inverted asana), complementary asana, counter poses
  • Advance asana (Sivananda, Satyananda, and Hatha)
  • Use of props
  • Sun salutation (basic and advance)
  • Therapeutic application
  • Specialized Back banding Classes
  • Specialized Hip opening and Shoulder opening
  • Yogic breathing
  • Nadi Shodhan
  • Surya Bhedan
  • Ujjayi
  • Bhramari
  • Yoga Nidra (Level 1 and Level 2)
  • Gayatri Mantra
  • Mahamrityunjaya mantra
  • Durga
  • Kirtan
  • Hatha Yoga Pradeepika (chapter 1 and 2)
  • Patanjali Yoga Darshan (chapter 1 and 2)
  • Muscular System
  • Skeletal system
  • Digestive system
  • Respiratory system
  • Cardio – vascular system
  • Lymphatic System
  • Endocrine System
  • Nervous System
  • Fundamentals of Ayurveda
  • Fundamental cause of disease
  • Essentials of yogic management of chronic diseases
  • Principles of teaching
  • Practical mock teaching sessions

Daily Schedule

  • 04.45 : Wakeup bell
  • 05:00 : Shatkarma
  • 06:15 : Herbal tea with fruits
  • 7 - 10 : Asana
  • 10:30 : Lunch (Mitahara)
  • 12:00 : Lecture
  • 13:15 : Herbal tea with fruits
  • 14:00 : Lecture
  • 16:00 : Mantra, Pranayama & Yoga Nidra
  • 18:30 : Dinner
  • 19:30 : Kirtan
  • 21:30 : Lights off

Location

This teacher training will take place amidst pollution free (sound and air), far from the maddening crowd, 10 acres of serene surroundings in the periphery of Mysore, Karnataka, India. Nestled in nature, indulging in experiential Yoga in the Ashram, is truly a dream come true. Abundant greenery, water bodies, a busy streamlet gurgling through, and melody of flowing water for about eight months in a year are available less than half an hour’s drive from the suburban and city bus stands, the railway station, or the airport. It is a very rare prospect in today’s rapidly expanding metropolises. You are both in the city and out of it.

Food

Vegetarian Vegan friendly food which includes the following:

  • Herbal Tea with Fruits
  • Lunch
  • Herbal Tea with Fruits
  • Dinner
  • Prasad after Kirtan

Code Of Conduct

  1. Mauna (Silence) : Minimal communication by speech or gestures in the Yogashala, Dining area or Dormitory.
  2. Mitahara (Yogic Vegetarian Dietstyle) : Eatables from outside are not allowed except fruits or coconut water or medication.
  3. Kshetra Sanyaas (staying at one place) : The participants are encouraged not to go outside the ashram premises during the entire duration of the course unless mandatory.
  4. Pratyahara : The use of Electronic devices viz. Mobile phones and laptops are restricted to 2 hrs a day ; reading books and listening to music is not encouraged in the Ashram. The journey inwards can not be accomplished without adequately blocking the external stimuli.
  5. The students are expected to follow the principle of adjust (physically) , adapt (mentally) and accommodate (emotionally).
  6. The students are expected to respect the religion , race , age , gender and limitations of the fellow participants .
  7. Guests from outside are not allowed during the course .
  8. Indulging in Amorous activities , Smoking , Drugs or Alcohol is not permitted in the Ashram .
  9. The students are expected to refrain from performing their own rituals (e.g. chanting loudly or doing worship) in the Dormitory at the cost of privacy of fellow participants.
  10. ‘ Cultural differences are nothing but a programming of the innocent Self by the insecure Self ‘…. the participants are encouraged to Transcend it.
  11. Please do not disturb the mother nature & it’s Co inhabitants between 8 pm and 5 am . They too have a right to stroll around unrestricted or rest undisturbed.
  12. Acceptance of the Teachers and the Techniques : Please surrender yourself unconditionally to the Techniques being taught during the course and the Teachers to benefit the maximum from this course.
  13. All other techniques must be totally suspended so as to experience the effects and efficacy of this course.
  14. Dress code : clothing should be modest in the class or outside the classroom keeping the back , thighs and chest appropriately covered. Transparent clothes are not permissible in the Ashram.
  15. The personal problems or doubts regarding the course should be discussed during specified hours with the facilitators only.
  16. The students should take care not to enter the Dormitory of fellow participants at odd hours.
  17. It is the responsibility of the participants to apprise the management about any medical problem which ensues during the stay in the Ashram or which the student is already suffering from.
  18. Questions/Quest answered : It is always good that the students respect the time constraints during lecture or otherwise. To ensure this the students are advised to refrain from putting personal questions during the lectures. Also , to encourage introspection we implore the inquisitive minds to always exercise patience whenever a question props up in their minds , invest 24 hrs to sincerely look for the answer within or around….and only then , if imperative , ask the question in person. Doubtlessly , the course modules are for each and every participant but in the yogashala , remember, the course is ‘Not for You only’ .
  19. This course is Not to prove that the Teachers know all the answers but to share with you the Techniques which can help you develop the ‘incisive selective passive awareness’ needed to find all the answers ‘within or around.’
  20. Time management : During the course ‘Punctuality’ is of utmost importance . It is given respectable weightage during final assessment of the students.

Please Note :

  • Only those participants who feel that they can diligently follow the code of conduct should register for the course .
  • The students who are not prepared to make a sincere effort will not only waste their time and energy but also be a cause of distraction for the fellow participants.
  • The students should take care not to create such conditions which force the administration to ask them leave the ashram unceremoniously .
  • The true aspirants are advised to have patience to reap the benefits and not to leave the course halfway owing to the tough discipline .
  • Patience is the quality most needed when it is exhausted .
  • Endurance pays .

“Let the winds decide the light,

The lamp with grit shall survive “

Remember  :-  this course is a determined effort towards Self discovery. The more you challenge your limits the more you discover your self.

Please let us know if you have any further query.

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