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Daanasana School of Yoga

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Strada Actor Ion Brezoianu, Bucharest, Romania

Contact Person
Julio Dieguez Papi
+40729106095

Types of Yoga Taught

Flow Yoga

Alignment-Oriented Yoga

Trainings Formats

Full-time
usually intensive/immersion

Modules
several, shorter immersions

Residential
trainees stay on-site

Destination / retreat

Languages

English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian

Other Locations

Daanasana School of Yoga - Italy
Via dell'Artigianato, 45/a
Modena, Province of Modena, Italy
+40729106095

Daanasana School of Yoga - Poland
Bratków 16, Bielsko-Biala, Poland

About Daanasana School of Yoga

Daanasana is a name with Daan or Daana as a root; which want to express the act of sharing Asana. Daanasana School of Yoga is a Yoga Alliance 200 hours certified school directed by Julio Dieguez Papi, High Degree in Physical Education and Sport Sciences (INEF Madrid) and...

Daanasana is a name with Daan or Daana as a root; which want to express the act of sharing Asana. Daanasana School of Yoga is a Yoga Alliance 200 hours certified school directed by Julio Dieguez Papi, High Degree in Physical Education and Sport Sciences (INEF Madrid) and Physiotherapist (CEU Valencia).
Together with his wife, Anya Glushkova, High Degree in Pedagogy (Krasnodar), they live in Bucharest (Romania) where Daanasana is registered. Julio and Anya practice consistently since more than one decade and travel very often to India where they follow different masters and renowned schools of Yoga.
From this experience is born Daanasana, an alignment-oriented style of Yoga, very intense, effective and physical, using the practice of Hatha Yoga as a gate into a powerful self-development process. At the basis is a Teaching Training Course which provides concrete tools and guidelines to develop Yoga Asana programs to healthy adult population. It aims to increase the awareness of the practitioner in the process of individual practice and in the integration of Yoga as life style.

Daanasana is also a protected mark registered at the WIPO through the OAMI with num. 12396404 class 41. 

First Registered September 2015

Hatha Yoga 200 Hours TTC Modena Details

Hatha Yoga 200 Hours TTC Modena

Mar 16 - Jul 23, 2017
Daanasana School of Yoga - Italy

Lead Trainer(s)

Syllabus

Educational Categories

Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, mantra, meditation and other traditional yoga techniques. These hours must be a mix between: 1) analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques, and 2) guided practice of the techniques themselves. Both areas must receive substantial emphasis.

Teaching Methodology (TM)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: Communication skills such as group dynamics, time management, and the establishment of priorities and boundaries; How to address the specific needs of individuals and special populations, to the degree possible in a group setting; Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting; Teaching styles; Qualities of a teacher; The student learning process; Business aspects of teaching yoga (including marketing and legal).

Anatomy & Physiology (AP)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and may also include energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.). Includes both the study of anatomy and physiology along with its application to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.).

Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: The study of yoga philosophies and traditional texts (such as the Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika or Bhagavad Gita); Yoga lifestyle, such as the precept of non-violence (ahimsa), and the concepts of dharma and karma; Ethics for yoga teachers, such as those involving teacher – student relationships and community; Understanding the value of teaching yoga as a service and being of service to others (seva).

Practicum

Topics in this category include: Practice teaching as the lead instructor (does not include assisting, observing or giving feedback); Receiving and giving feedback; Observing others teaching; Assisting students while someone else is teaching.

TitleEducational CategoryContact HoursContact Hours With Lead TrainerNon-Contact Hours 
Asana Practice 1Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 1

Asana Practice sessions consist in modules where practitioners are guided through Asanas, eventually Pranayama techniques, Kriya and Neti. This first session focuses on the different parts that build a logic session. Aspects as Progression, Safety and Alignment will be integrated.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will distinguish between Warm Up, Standing Series, Floor series, and final part of the sessions b) They will distinguish the different categories of Asanas (Standing Asanas, Forward Bendings, Bak Bendings, Twists and Inversions) c) They will start to create and experience their own glossary of Asanas and modifications
What is Yoga?Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

What is Yoga?

Through discussion and lecturing practitioners will be introduced to the concept of Yoga as Spiritual Path as well as its diversity of interpretations according to social cultures and social understanding. References to Bhagavad Gita and Patanjali Sutras will be given during the discussion in order to stimulate interest and understanding.

Learning Objective

a) Know what are the Sutras b) Know what is the Bhagavad Gita c) Know what is the Hatha Yoga Pradipika d) Know the 8 limbs of Yoga e) Know different definitions of Yoga
Anatomy 1: IntroductionAnatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Anatomy 1: Introduction

Lecture about Anatomy of the human body. Introduction to Anatomy.

Learning Objective

a) Understand the basis of anatomical international convention (Anatomical subject; Position and movement terms) b) Understand the basis of the skeletal anatomy (Axial and appendicular skeletals)
Asana and Meditation 1Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 1

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, following preparation exercises for meditation.

Learning Objective

Practice of Asana and: a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reiforce the power of concentration
Asana Practice 2: Sun Salutation 1Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 2: Sun Salutation 1

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. Focus on Sun Salutation according to Iyengar Yoga Institute of Pune.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will learn the different Asanas of this type of Sun Salutation b) They will learn the most important cues and map of alignments
What is Hatha Yoga?Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

What is Hatha Yoga?

Trought discussion and lecturing practitioner will be introduced to a deeper understanding of Hatha Yoga.

Learning Objective

a) Be able to connect from the 8 limbs of Yoga to different types of Hatha Yoga Practice today b) How Hatha Yoga Pradipika defined and structured Yoga practice c) Know important schools of Yoga that have in their diversity, extend the practice of Hatha Yoga in all world (Sivananda Yoga, Bihar School of Yoga, Iyengar Institute of Pune, Bikram Yoga are examples of school that aim to teach and spread Hatha Yoga and yet still are very different from each other)
Anatomy 2: Osteology and MiologyAnatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Anatomy 2: Osteology and Miology

Lecture about the different systems that integrate the human body. Introducing Muscle and Skeletal System.

Learning Objective

a) Know the bones of the human body and how they are fixed in the global system of skeleton b) Introduce the muscles as important actor in the locomotion and stability of the entire body c) Correlate this knowledge with the practice of Asana
Asana and Meditation 2Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 2

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice followiing by preparation exercises for meditation.

Learning Objective

Asana Practice and: a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reiforce the power of concentration
Asana Practice 3: Find your TadasanaTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)3.003.000.00

Asana Practice 3: Find your Tadasana

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. Connect the main alignements of Tadasana to other Standing Asanas. Focus on Sun Salutation and Standing Asanas.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will practice Tadasana and will work improving their performance in that important asana b) By practicing they will learn the map of alignement of Tadasana c) They will find their Tadasana in other poses while practicing
Asana Teaching SkillsTeaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Sun Salutation

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead a full Sun Salutation after that session
Yama and NiyamaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

Yama and Niyama

Trought discussion and lecturing practitioner will be introduced to the concept of Yama and Niyama.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of the self understanding of Yama and Niyama b) How the concepts fit into the practitioner reality c) How throught introspection practitioner can create a link between the highes ethic values and Yamas and Niyamas
Karma Yoga Activity 1Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.000.00

Karma Yoga Activity 1

Teachers and practitioners will be involved in Karma Yoga.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Karma Yoga as a source of Joy, a powerful tool that can help the individual and the community to reach another level of social understanding, development and well being
Asana and Meditation 3Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)1.001.000.00

Asana and Meditation 3

60 minutes Asana Practice, including exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reiforce the power of concentration
Asana Practice 4: Review to Back and Forward BendingsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 4: Review to Back and Forward Bendings

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Back and Forward Bendings practiced during the first 5 Asana sessions followed until this point of the course.

Learning Objective

We will focus on the Back and Forward bendings view until this point. a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will start to memorize amount of specific cueings.
From Asana to DharanaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

From Asana to Dharana

Trough discussion and lecturing practitioners will review the path progression from Asana Practice, to Pranayama, Pratyahara until Dharana. If we may understand Dharana as the gate to meditation, this lecture helps practitioner to set up a logic progression in their practice.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioner will identify and better understand the first 6 stages of the 8 limbs of Yoga b) He will have a deeper understanding of an eventual progression in the raising of his own spirituality c) Practitioner will learn a practical approach to meditation supported by a logic theory foundation.
Anatomy 3: Cardiocirculatory SystemAnatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Anatomy 3: Cardiocirculatory System

Lecture about the cardiocirculatory system.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will know the main parts and functions of the cardiocirculatory system. Special focus on the heart, both major circulatory loops and main blood vessels.
Asana and Meditation 4Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 4

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

Asana practice and a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reiforce the power of concentration
Asana Practice 5: Twist reviewTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 5: Twist review

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Twist Asanas practiced during the first 7 Asana sessions followed until this point of the course.

Learning Objective

We will focus on the Twists viewed until this point. a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will start to memorize amount of specific cueings.
The Bhagavad Gita 1Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.001.00

The Bhagavad Gita 1

Trough discussion and lecturing practitioners will meet the sacred text version according to Gandhi. Extracts of Ghandi text will help to develop the session.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will deeply focus on different concepts, values and behaviors derivated from the Gita b) This lecture takes in consideration and focuses on important spiritual values of Indian cultural legacy
Anatomy 4: Respiratory SystemAnatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.001.00

Anatomy 4: Respiratory System

Lecture about the Respiratory system.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will know the main parts and functions of the respiratory system.
Asana and Meditation 4Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 4

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

Students will learn how to prepare the body for meditation thru specific Asana practice, a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration
Practical EvaluationPracticum4.004.000.00

Practical Evaluation

Evaluation of practice and teaching skills after first 6 Days of Module 1. Students will be ask to teach to a group of other students a Sun Salutation Sequence integrated progressively in a dynamic way. After few repetitions they will be asked to teach Adho Mukha Svanasana starting from a previous Adho Mukha Virasana. Each student will be evaluated and will receive feedback about their mini sessions.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will understand their own personal skill and teaching level through feedback given by the trainers. They will recognize their weaker points and will establish a route to improve until next evaluation.
The Bhagavad Gita 2Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.001.00

The Bhagavad Gita 2

Trough discussion and lecturing practitioners will meet again the sacred text version according to Gandhi. Extracts of Ghandi text will help to develop the session.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will deeply focus on different concepts, values and behaviors derivated from the Gita b) This lecture takes in consideration and focuses on important spiritual values of Indian cultural legacy
Asana Practice 6: Yin YogaTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana Practice 6: Yin Yoga

Special session to end the week dedicated to Yin Yoga.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will experience a different type of approach according to Yin Yoga type of practice. Practicum can stress those students with less experience so this session aims to create a calm and relax feeling after the first practical assessment. Also session will be useful to prepare CNS for the following Pranayama practice.
Pranayama 1Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Pranayama 1

Special session to end the week dedicated to Pranayama.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will experience a full Pranayama practice after having prepared their bodies through the Asana Practice during the previous week. They will learn few techniques that will be able to teach at the end of the course.
Asana Practice 7Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 7

Asana Practice sessions consist in modules where practitioners are guided through Asanas, eventually Pranayama techniques, Kriya and Neti. This first session of the Module 2 will introduce the practice of Jala Neti before each morning Asana Practice.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will learn how to do Jala Neti b) They will learn how to combine Kapalabhati during Jala Neti prior to Asana Practice c) They will start to practice new standing series and a Hatha Yoga classic Sun Salutation (As described in the Bihar School of Yoga books) will be introduced
Asana Teaching Skills 2Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 2

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Sun Salutation

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new type of Sun Salutation after that session
Anatomy 5: Digestive System Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.001.00

Anatomy 5: Digestive System

Lecture about Anatomy of the digestive system. It will be linked to the previous systems studied in the first module of the course.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will know the main parts and functions of the circulatory system.
Asana and Meditation 5Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 5

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

After previous practices students already recognize a clear path to prepare their bodies and mind for a better concentration and focus a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reiforce the power of concentration
Asana Practice 8Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 8

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
The Baghavad Gita 3Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

The Baghavad Gita 3

Trough discussion and lecturing practitioners will meet again the sacred text version according to Gandhi. Extracts of Ghandi text will help to develop the session.

Learning Objective

a) Practitioners will deeply focus on different concepts, values and behaviors derivated from the Gita b) This lecture takes in consideration and focuses on important spiritual values of Indian cultural legacy
Asana Teaching Skills 3Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 3

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Yoga Asana Practice

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new exercises introduced in the Asana Practice sessions during this module. Also will review what was practiced during Module 1.
Asana and Meditation 6Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 6

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 9Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 9

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Human Physiology 1Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Human Physiology 1

Basic physiological parameters of control

Learning Objective

Practitioners will learn the different physiological parameters of control (Heart Rate, Heart Rate % formulas, VO2max, etc). While exercizing they will be more aware of the intensity of exercizing according to objective parameters of the exercise.
Karma Yoga Activity 2Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.000.00

Karma Yoga Activity 2

Teachers and practitioners will be involved in Karma Yoga.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Karma Yoga as a source of Joy, a powerful tool that can help the individual and the community to reach another level of social understanding, development and well being
Asana and Meditation 7Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 7

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 10Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 10

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Human Physiology 2Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Human Physiology 2

Major metabolic pathways.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will learn the different major metabolic pathways. They will recognize which pathway they are using while exercizing and will be more aware of the intensity of exercizing according to objective parameters of the exercise.
Asana Teaching Skills 4Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 4

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Yoga Asana Practice.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new exercises introduced in the Asana Practice sessions.
Asana and Meditation 8Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 8

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 11Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 11

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
About Love & CompassionYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

About Love & Compassion

Through lecture and discussion practitioners will brainstorm about their own understanding of love and compassion in life.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will meet the concept of "unconditional love" and how love can be understood as the seed of the true understanding.
Asana Teaching Skills 5Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 5

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Yoga Asana Practice.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new exercises introduced in the Asana Practice sessions.
Asana and Meditation 9Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 9

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Practical Evaluation 2Practicum4.004.000.00

Practical Evaluation 2

Evaluation of practice and teaching skills after 6 Days of Module 2. Students will be asked to lead Standing Series Sequence of at least three different Asana. They will focus their cueing into alignment-yoga style of teaching. They will identify all common adjustments with Tadasana, our school reference standing Asana, and they will be able to cue the specific alignment map for each Asana chosen. They will show a transition to the floor and will teach a Forward Bending Sitting Asana (chosen from Paschimottanasana series) and a Back Extension/opening Asana (Khandarasana or Setu Bandha Sarvangasana variation). They will be able to set up a proper Shavasana in the end of their practical test.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will understand their own personal skill level through feedback given by the trainers. They will recognize their weaker points and will establish a route to improve until next evaluation.
Contemporary History of Yoga Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.002.00

Contemporary History of Yoga

Through the biographies of different Yoga Guru's and Masters we will review important concepts correlated to Yoga. In this lecture we will speak about Paramahansa Yogananda, Swami Sivananda, T. Krishnamacharya legacy by his two main students B.K.S. Iyengar and K. Pattabhi Jois.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will learn about life of different important contemporary Yoga Guru's that have a significant importance in the spread of Yoga practice worldwide.
Asana Practice 12: Yin YogaTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana Practice 12: Yin Yoga

Special session to end the week dedicated to Yin Yoga.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will experience a different type of approach according to Yin Yoga type of practice.
Pranayama 2Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Pranayama 2

Special session to end the week dedicated to Pranayama.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will experience a full Pranayama practice after having prepared their bodies through the Asana Practice during the previous week. They will learn few safe Pranayama techniques that will be able to teach at the end of the course.
Asana Practice 13Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 13

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Human Physiology 3Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Human Physiology 3

Physiology of breathing, anatomy and function of diaphragm, important connections from diaphragm to rest of body structures involved in Asana practice.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will know the basis of the breathing anatomy and physiology. They will be able to connect the subject to the practice of Asana and Pranayama. They will find an interesting parallelism between physiology and yogic points of view explaining breathing function.
Asana Teaching Skills 6Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 6

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Yoga Asana Practice

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new exercises introduced in the Asana Practice sessions.
Asana and Meditation 10Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 10

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 14Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 14

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Written test 1Practicum2.002.000.00

Written test 1

Practitioners will be evaluated with a written test of 100 questions regarding Methodology, Techniques, Training and Practice, Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics of Yoga and Anatomy and Physiology.

Learning Objective

Feedback will be given after the test and discussion will fix important concepts according to the TTC guide lines and teaching style orientation.
Anatomy of Major Muscle Chains in Yoga AsanaAnatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Anatomy of Major Muscle Chains in Yoga Asana

Through Lecture and discussion practitioners will discover the major muscle chains in the human body.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to connect the knowledge of the human muscle chains to the correct alignment during Asana practice. This will give practitioner another important tool to improve technique and safety while practicing.
Asana and Meditation 11Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 11

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 15Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 15

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
ChakrasAnatomy & Physiology (AP)2.002.002.00

Chakras

Through lecture and discussion practitioners will be illustrated in the different Chakras and their important attributed functions.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will know the Chakras and thus will have the chance to connect his practice to the the power of the energy within them. Chakras are an important part of Hinduism and part of Yoga tradition. Also this session aims to connect the anatomy studies from Yogic point of view, to the physiologic processes associated.
Asana Teaching Skills 7Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 7

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Yoga Asana Practice.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new exercises introduced in the Asana Practice sessions.
Asana and Meditation 12Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 12

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 16Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 16

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Karma Yoga Activity 3Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.000.00

Karma Yoga Activity 3

Teachers and practitioners will be involved in Karma Yoga.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Karma Yoga as a source of Joy, a powerful tool that can help the individual and the community to reach another level of social understanding, development and well being.
Asana Teaching Skills 8Teaching Methodology (TM)2.002.002.00

Asana Teaching Skills 8

Workshop where practitioner will be guided assimilating the specific Teaching Skills needed to lead a proper, safe and effective Yoga Asana Practice.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will be able to lead the new exercises introduced in the Asana Practice sessions.
Asana and Meditation 13Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Asana and Meditation 13

60 to 90 minutes Asana Practice, followed by exercises preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

a) Awareness of full body posture in Sukkhasana b) Awareness of full body in Savasana c) Observation within and practical guided exercises emphathizing the emptiness and calm of the mind d) Learn exercises that will reinforce the power of concentration.
Asana Practice 17Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 17

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Final Practical Evaluation 1Practicum4.004.000.00

Final Practical Evaluation 1

Final Asana Practice and Teaching Skills Evaluation after having attended the full TTC. Students will lead 30 minutes class based on alignment-yoga style.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will understand their own personal skill level through feedback given by the trainers. They will recognize their weaker points and will establish a route to improve after having accomplished the course.
Special session and Pranayama 3Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.002.000.00

Special session and Pranayama 3

Special session ending with Pranayama exercises and a specific preparation for meditation.

Learning Objective

Students will experience an alternative way of practicing Asana. We may use the music, special aromatherapy and a soft Vinyasa style to create a different practice for all students.
Asana Practice 18Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.004.000.00

Asana Practice 18

Guided Asana Practice and posterior analysis of the session structure. We will focus on the Asanas practiced during the first 2 Asana sessions of Module 2.

Learning Objective

We will focus on Asanas of Module 2 a) Practitioners will know a glossary of Asana that can be practiced safely and modified if needed according to different levels of ability b) He will know main alignments of the Asana and will keep memorizing amount of specific cueings.
Final Practical Evaluation 2 and Final FeedbackPracticum4.004.000.00

Final Practical Evaluation 2 and Final Feedback

Final Asana Practice and Teaching Skills Evaluation after having attended the full TTC. Students will lead 30 minutes class based on alignment-yoga style.

Learning Objective

Practitioners will understand their own personal skill level through feedback given by the trainers. They will recognize their weaker points and will establish a route to improve after having accomplished the course.
Closing Course CeremonyYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.000.00

Closing Course Ceremony

Final Ceremony with certificates giving ceremony. Blessings.

Learning Objective

A special event into the course, it is made in the form of Satsang or in the form of classic western closing ceremony. Practitioners will experience a beautiful end to the course that they successfully accomplished.

 

 

 

First Registered September 2015

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By Barbara Baranowska RYT® 200

Jan 23, 2018

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By Patryk Tomaszewski RYT® 200

Dec 18, 2017

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Teaching Staff

Julio Dieguez Papi

E-RYT® 200, YACEP®

Anna Glushkova

E-RYT® 200

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