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Laxman Jhula Post Office, Laxman Jhula

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India

Types of Yoga Taught

Flow Yoga

Alignment-Oriented Yoga

Fitness Yoga

Spiritually-Oriented Yoga

Hot/Heated Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Trainings Formats

Full-time
usually intensive/immersion

Part-time
spread out over time

Weekends only

Modules
several, shorter immersions

Residential
trainees stay on-site

Non-residential
trainees commute to the program

Destination / retreat

Languages

English, Hindi, Russian, French

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Vinyasa Yoga Academy
Laxman Jhula Road, Tapovan
Jonk, Uttarakhand, India

About Vinyasa Yoga Academy

Vinyasa yoga 200 hour,300 Hours, 500 Hours Vinyasa hatha, Ashtanga yoga Teacher Training courses for beginners and advance in Rishikesh India Affiliated with the highest organization,Yoga Alliance USA, Vinyasa Yoga Academy is one of the most prestigious vinyasa yoga school...

Vinyasa yoga 200 hour,300 Hours, 500 Hours Vinyasa hatha, Ashtanga yoga Teacher Training courses for beginners and advance in Rishikesh India Affiliated with the highest organization,Yoga Alliance USA, Vinyasa Yoga Academy is one of the most prestigious vinyasa yoga school in India, India is known as the "birthplace of yoga" and for thousands of years seekers have flocked here to learn the ancient ways of yoga and meditation Teacher Training courses . The Vinyasa Yoga Academy is one of the most reputable training centres in Rishikesh India to day. Combining age old techniques with our naturally evolving world, our school is a perfect modern day facility where guests gain quality education and experiences from our expert instructors that prove to be life changing. The VYA home is open to you and our family awaits. We welcome you into our lives as we share in this unique opportunity where you will gain skills that will help to create the peaceful world we all seek to live in. It is our hope that you leave with a full mystical comprehension of your practical experience.

First Registered July 2016

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh India Details

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh India

Oct 02 - Oct 28, 2018
Vinyasa Yoga Academy

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 
Hatha Asana Guided ExercisesTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)35.0035.000.00

Hatha Asana Guided Exercises

Morning and evening yoga sessions will teach students how to both practice and lead asana classes. Joints movements exercises, traditional basic and intermediate level yoga practices will be taught in the morning and advance asana will be taught with teaching methodology in the evening. The yoga lesson starts with prayer and proper deep abdonial breathing then flow into standing, sitting, backward bending, forward bending, twisting, inversion and savasana practices. The Class end with Meditation.

Learning Objective

1. Students will learn to have proper demonstaration of yoga poses. 2. Understand the muscle work in the poses and proper alignment. 3. Clear understanding the benifit of the yoga pose.
Asana training: alignment, teaching, benefits, contraindications, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)15.0015.000.00

Asana training: alignment, teaching, benefits, contraindications, modifications

We will address how asanas are beneficial for the physical and subtle bodies. The teachings will be how to practice the asana meditatively, and the contraindications for asana practice.

Learning Objective

. Students will understand how to align the body in the final position of the posture so that the pressure and weight will be distributed according to the anatomy and capacity of the different parts of the body.Students will be taught how to modify the posture according to the capacity, flexibility, age, gender and the physical fitness of the individuals. *Students will also learn how to support the postures with blocks, blankets, bolster, belts as per the requirements of the students.
Pranayama guided practiceTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)10.000.000.00

Pranayama guided practice

Pranayama guided practice Pranayam methods train the students to attain the mastery over the breathing process and harmonize the flow and control of breathing. Students will coordinate the breath with the mantra, and cultivate awareness of the pranic movement within the body. By delving into pranayama, our students will learn teaching tools to help their student’s access meditation and prana. Students will learn the 7 levels of pranayama.

Learning Objective

By the end of the practice our students will learn 1. How to co-ordinate mantra with the breathing. 2. Students will learn the correct way of sitting and using the mudras (hand gestures) for pranayama practices. 3. Students will practice Nadi Shodhana pranayama (with 1:1 and 1:2 with inhalation: exhalation); Ujjayee; Kapalabhati Kriya; Bhastrika; Shitali and Shitkari; Brahmari; Anuloma Viloma; Suryabedhi Pranayama.
Pranayama training: benefits, contraindications, sequencingTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)6.000.000.00

Pranayama training: benefits, contraindications, sequencing

The training of pranayama is to allow an increase in vital energy, which strengthens the different systems active within. This results in better overall health. Students will understand the purpose of pranayama is to awaken the inherent energy, the prana, within.

Learning Objective

Students will understand 1. the physical benefits on the respiratory system , digestive and eliminatory system, cardiac system (minimize stress on heart), endocrine system (neutralizes secretions of glands, influencing thought and behavior), and nervous system (more blood supply to rain, spinal cord, cranial and spinal nerves). 2. Students will understand the contraindications of all the pranayamas, as different pranayamas dominates the different pranas. As per the body constitution, the pranayamas will be selected. 3. Students will learn the sequence of the pranayamas, as first one should clean the energy channels and then raise the pranik level in the body.
Yoga Nidra Guided PracticeTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)9.000.002.00

Yoga Nidra Guided Practice

. The practice will start from shavasana. We will review the correct posture and discuss when adjustments with blankets and bolsters are necessary. We will guide our students through tension/relaxation, 31 and 61 points of body awareness, and muscular relaxation. We will study breath awareness and practice the sweeping breath technique while understanding its effects on the physical and mental body.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to lengthen their breath in yoga nidra. 2. study yoga nidra’s philosophy by analyzing the difficulties during yoga nidra/relaxation 3. . After every session, students will give us feedback and will be counselled if any problems arise. After two weeks, students will begin leading yoga nidra.
Meditation Guided PracticesTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)10.000.002.00

Meditation Guided Practices

Students will learn meditation is one undisturbed flow of the one pointed awareness/mind. We will first discuss how to meditate, when the real meditation starts, preparation, and sitting postures and their adjustments. Students will learn how to train the breath to enter into deeper levels by establishing diaphragmatic breathing (practicing in crocodile postures, then cycling breath awareness from navel center, nostrils, and ajna chakra). We will address the psychosomatic benefits of meditation. We will practice soham, chakra, mantra japa, sweeping breath, spinal breathing and Sushumna meditation.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. step by step of practicing meditation 2. control of mind 3. effective way of teaching meeditation
Yoga nidra/meditation training: voice tone, body scanning and benefitsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)3.000.000.00

Yoga nidra/meditation training: voice tone, body scanning and benefits

Students will be guided on how to train their voice to create a relaxed, soft, calm and audible voice for yoga nidra and meditation. Students will learn how to observe, scan and adjust the body of students so that they can countinue relaxation and meditation without interruptions

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. benefits of relaxation and meditation on the physical and mental body. 2. one pointed awareness
Mantra chanting guided practiceTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)4.500.000.00

Mantra chanting guided practice

We will introduce students to the idea that each sound correlates to a chakra. We will practice Om chanting, guru mantras, meal prayers, Gayatri mantra, and more. Students will learn the mantras by repeating after the teacher – after the second week, students will begin leading the mantras.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. importance of mantra chanting 2. How to create a profound energy though mantra chanting.
Chanting training: memorization, leading techniquesTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)1.500.000.00

Chanting training: memorization, leading techniques

Students will learn the correct way of chanting mantra with the specific rhythms of the sounds. Students will be asked to memorize certain mantras for prayers and japa and how to chant mantras in the class so that the students can follow.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to use mantra in meditatioin 2. mantra for health
Kriyas: jala neti, sutra neti (lecture & practice)Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)2.500.000.00

Kriyas: jala neti, sutra neti (lecture & practice)

Students will be introduced to the six cleansing techniques of Hatha yoga. Students will be aware of the benefits, contraindications, and usages.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to teach six kriyas and have a knowledge base of when it is best to practice kriyas. 2. will practice Jala Neti, Sutra Neti, and Trataka.
Observation: understanding students for a personalized classTeaching Methodology (TM)4.002.000.00

Observation: understanding students for a personalized class

Students will learn about how to understand a student’s level of practice. We will discuss how a teacher should check the student’s level and subsequently design the asana practice, pranayama, chanting and meditation according to such analysis.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to observe every individual student during practice.
Sequencing: flow of asana practiceTeaching Methodology (TM)6.004.000.00

Sequencing: flow of asana practice

The class will be about the designing of the flow class from standing to the relaxation asanas. We will discuss why and how the sequences of the asanas are the way they are. We will also discuss alternate methods of a class structure.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to maintain the level of the energy during practice.
Adaptability- practice for all levelsTeaching Methodology (TM)4.000.000.00

Adaptability- practice for all levels

It will be taught learn how to teach yoga to different level of practitioners. We will discuss how to choose the basic, intermediate and advanced level of practices for students.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. modifications for specific injuries 2. how to make the practice beneficial for students with physical unfitness and/or sickness.
Art of adjustments & correctionsTeaching Methodology (TM)7.004.000.00

Art of adjustments & corrections

Students will be taught the safe way of adjusting and correcting the postures. Students will understand that their students should be aware of the proper alignment. We will also discuss verbal cues, so students can correct themselves.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to adjust certain poses according to the individual’s capacity.
Being a teacher: qualities, style, demonstrations, businessTeaching Methodology (TM)4.000.000.00

Being a teacher: qualities, style, demonstrations, business

Students will learn about the basic rules and regulations of a yoga teacher. We will emphasize the importance of their own regular practices. Our students will understand they now belong to our lineage with certain standards. We will address how our teachers will demonstrate practices to make the techniques clear to students.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. Yoga is not only a means of earning money, it is a selflessservice to mankind, 2. how, as a yoga teacher, we must keep in mind the practices of detachment through the commercialization of yoga.
Introduction: key anatomical positional termsAnatomy & Physiology (AP)1.500.000.00

Introduction: key anatomical positional terms

It is the yoga teacher’s job to guide students safely and knowledgeably through their practice. Students must understand the body so that they can guide their own students to better overall health, help them realize patterns that they may hold in the musculoskeletal system, offer suitable modifications where needed and keep students safe. We will study systems that move the body (skeletal, muscular and nervous), as well as systems that support movement and are supported by movement (respiratory, cardiovascular and digestive).

Learning Objective

The students will learn 1. key anatomical positional terms in Tadasana. 2. terms frontal/coronal plane, transverse plane, sagittal plane, superior, inferior, posterior, anterior, medial, lateral, distal, proximal, superficial, and deep.
Respiratory system (main organs, functions and effect of yoga on the system)Anatomy & Physiology (AP)4.500.000.00

Respiratory system (main organs, functions and effect of yoga on the system)

Students will learn about the main organs, functions and common disorders of respiratory system. We will address how the respiratory system functions with the cardiovascular system to bring oxygen to the body; when one breathes in, air travels down the trachea into the bronchioles and alveoli, where gas exchange happens. Oxygen enters and carbon dioxide exits. We will address the mechanism of respiration and regulation.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how yoga helps the respiratory system, as well as learn guided visualizations and relaxation techniques that focus on calming the entire respiratory system
Skeleton system (main organs, functions and effect of yoga on the system)Anatomy & Physiology (AP)4.500.000.00

Skeleton system (main organs, functions and effect of yoga on the system)

The skeletal system supports the body, protects organs, and manufactures blood cells and stores minerals. Students will be introduced to the axial and appendicular skeleton. Bones: Types & Functions Students will understand that bones are simultaneously hard and strong while also light in weight. Bones protect the softer parts of the body like the heart, brain and lungs. Bones are made up of dense connective tissue that produce red blood cells and store minerals. Students will be introduced to long, short, flat, irregular and sesamoid bones. Students will understand that yoga asanas bring a steady supply of blood, nutrients and energy to bones.

Learning Objective

Students will learn the different kinds of joints, as well as the key structural and functional features of joints. We will cover synovial, hinge, pivot, condyloid/ellipsoid, gliding (plane), and ball and socket joints. We will also discuss joint capsule, synovial capsule, synovial fluid, and hyaline/articular cartilage. Students will understand that yoga asanas improve joint health by stimulating the release of lubricating fluids.
Muscular system (types and biomechanics of muscles, effect of yoga on the system)Anatomy & Physiology (AP)4.500.000.00

Muscular system (types and biomechanics of muscles, effect of yoga on the system)

The class is about the function of muscles, as well as the terms flexion, extension, adduction, and abduction. Also the differences between smooth, striated and cardiac muscles. Emphasis will be on attachment points. Students will understand that contraction, relaxation and stabilization are required for a muscle to move a bone (prime movers, synergist, stabilizers).

Learning Objective

Students will also learn 1. opposing muscle groups that work in pairs. 2. different types of muscle contraction (isometric, concentric, and eccentric) as well as qualities of muscles (elasticity, excitability, contractibility, and extensibility). 3. connective tissue, supportive tissue, fluid tissue, tendons and ligaments.
Cardiovascular system (main organs, effect of yoga on the system)Anatomy & Physiology (AP)1.500.000.00

Cardiovascular system (main organs, effect of yoga on the system)

We will introduce the structure and functions of the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries. Students will learn about the systemic and pulmonary circulations, blood pressure and the common disorders of the system. Emphasis will be on how yoga exercise benefits the entire circulatory system, beginning with the production of blood.

Learning Objective

Students will know which yoga practice help in building stronger heart muscles and improving circulation
Digestive system (main organs, effect of yoga on the system)Anatomy & Physiology (AP)1.500.000.00

Digestive system (main organs, effect of yoga on the system)

The class is about the structure and functions of the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine). We will explain about the process of digestion, secretion of hormones and the common disorders of the system. Yoga is beneficial in stimulating, revitalizing and balancing the digestive system. We will explain how every yoga asana compresses and releases the abdomen, and where the digestive organs are located.

Learning Objective

The students will learn 1. the three processes of digestion, assimilation, and elimination. 2. particular postures and pranayama that provide stimulation to specific areas of the digestive system. 3. the precautions of such practices.
Individual body type variations/limitations, effect of tightnessAnatomy & Physiology (AP)1.500.000.00

Individual body type variations/limitations, effect of tightness

The teachings will be the limitations with various body types. We will study modifications for asanas. In instances of compression when there is pain, modify. If there is no pain, a certain amount of compression may be beneficial, as this stimulates bone density. Females have wider pelvises than males. In forward facing standing poses such as Warrior 1 (Virabhadrasana A) women may have a harder time lining up the feet.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. modifications, such as keeping the feet hip distance apart. 2. the movement should be initiated in the hip/pelvis.
Students will learn 1. modifications, such as keeping the feet hip distance apart. 2. the movement should be initiated in the hip/pelvis.Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.000.000.00

Students will learn 1. modifications, such as keeping the feet hip distance apart. 2. the movement should be initiated in the hip/pelvis.

The class is about what is nadi and the energy flow through the nadi. Difference between the nadis and nerves. We will address the total number of nadis in the body with emphasis on the three main nadis. Effect of the yoga practices on the nadis. We will teach the introduction of chakras. Places, associated energy and governing organs of the seven main chakras in the body. How to awaken the chakras energy through yogic practices.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. the relationship between nadis and chakras. 2. energy associated with chakras. 3. Effect of pranayams and other practices on different pranas.
General introduction: history and schools of yogaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.000.000.00

General introduction: history and schools of yoga

We will discuss about the history of yoga from pre vaidic period. will also discuss the various schools of yoga and their practice – Raja, Hatha, Ashtanga, Kundalini, Bhakti, Karma, Jnana, Tantra, Mantra, etc. Students

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. to distinguish the differences and similarities and how all different schools leads the individual practitioner to the liberation.
Bhagvad GitaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)6.000.000.00

Bhagvad Gita

In the Gita, the first time the word yoga appears is as a solution Krishna offers Arjuna for overcoming his ability to participate in his life. Lessons on how to lead a moral life from the Gita are the foundations of the spiritual practice of yoga. Our emphasis will be on karma yoga, jnana yoga, and bhakti yoga.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. to understand that yoga is an alternative way of being. 2. yoga is more about inner spirituality and responsibility than the physical practice
Ayurveda: general principlesYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)6.000.000.00

Ayurveda: general principles

We will introduce the basic principles of ayurveda. We will help our students balance their health by understanding their basic dosha balance. Students will study ayurveda because both yoga and ayurveda originate from the Vedic knowledge; both are based upon the principles of trigunas, and both encompass an understanding of how the body works.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. understanding of health of the body being dependent on the health and balance of the mind. 2. ayurvedic diet.
Patanjali Yoga sutrasYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)18.000.000.00

Patanjali Yoga sutras

We will teach the selected verses from the first two chapters of Patanjali Yoga Sutra (Samadhi Pada and Sadhana Pada). This study will cover the eightfold system of yoga, including topics such as “the seer,” chitta vrittis, control over vrittis, Ishwara and devotion, distractions and how to overcome them, vitaraaga (free from the desires), and kriya yoga. We will also discuss the kleshas to samadhi (avidya, asmita, raga, dwesha, abhinivesha), how to come over these through meditation, and the different stages of gunas.

Learning Objective

Students will understand 1. the philosophical ideas of how to attain perfection in the eightfold system. 2. understand the mind, consciousness, and meditation.
Hatha Yoga PradeepikaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)6.000.000.00

Hatha Yoga Pradeepika

Students will be introduced to the tradition of Hatha yoga through selections of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. The introduction will cover the lineage of Hatha Yogis, the “secret knowledge.” we will teach the details, such as the yogic diet and what environment yoga should be practiced in. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika is an academic source that introduces students to asana, pranayama, shatkriyas, mudra, bandha and Samadhi.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. the techniques, benefits and contraindications for swastikasana, shavasana, siddhasana, padmasana, and bhadrasana (seated asanas recommended by the text).
Samkhya philosophyYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)6.000.000.00

Samkhya philosophy

Students will study about the purusha and prakrati, the evolution of 5 elements, the structure of mind field. By studying Samkhya, students will deepen their understanding of the Yoga Sutras. Samkhya defines the language of yoga. The Samkhya philosophy will be understood through reading, lectures, contemplation, meditation, and yoga practice. Samkhya teaches about the components of the mind, body and spirit.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. each element, its function, and the relationship 2. understand their role as a yoga teacher – to teach yoga starting from the physical level, moving to the subtler levels of mind and spirit, then returning to the gross with higher levels of consciousness.
Ethics & how to articulate teachings into modern livingYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.000.000.00

Ethics & how to articulate teachings into modern living

We will discuss the ethics of being a yoga teacher – first students will come up with their own, then we will discuss their ideas. We will emphasize the importance that our students live as close to the yogic lifestyle as possible. Our students will always remain students and keep learning; conduct themselves with professionalism; be mindful in teaching, strive to remove their egos; and never lead a class if the student is not fully present. This section will primarily be a discussion.

Learning Objective

Students will understand 1. the business of yoga, including insurance, alliances, sign-in, newsletters and waivers.
Teaching & adjusting morning asana practicePracticum10.0010.000.00

Teaching & adjusting morning asana practice

After completing certain hours of asana training, every student(one student for at least 2 hours) will be asked to teach and lead the morning asana class. Students will be adjusting the posture and demonstrating as per the requirements. Students will be guiding and adjusting under the observation of ERYT.

Learning Objective

students will develop their teaching skills.
Teach evening asana adjustment practicePracticum12.000.000.00

Teach evening asana adjustment practice

Every student will be asked to teach and lead the evening asana class at least 1.5 hours for each students. Students will be adjusting the posture and demonstrating as per the requirements. Students will be guiding and adjusting under the observation of ERYT.

Learning Objective

Students will learn how to observe the students during the practice.
Guiding pranayamaPracticum4.000.000.00

Guiding pranayama

Every student will be asked to guide and lead the pranayama class at least 45 min for each students . Students will be guiding the sequence of pranayamas and demonstrating. Students will observe and adjust (if necessary) the sitting posture and gesture for the pranayamas.

Learning Objective

Students will be guiding and adjusting under the observation of pranayamas teacher.
Guiding yoga nidra and meditationPracticum3.000.000.00

Guiding yoga nidra and meditation

Every student will be asked to guide and lead the meditation and yoga nidra class at least for 1 hour. Students will be guiding step by step relaxation/ yoga nidra and meditation. Students will observe and adjust (if necessary) the sitting posture for the meditation and shavasana for yoga nidra.

Learning Objective

Students will be guiding and adjusting under the observation of meditation and yoga nidra teacher.
Guiding mantra chantingPracticum2.000.000.00

Guiding mantra chanting

Every student will teach certain mantras with explaining the meaning and correct pronunciation. Students will chant the mantra in the beginning of their teaching class. Every student has to teach mantras at least for 15 min.

Learning Objective

students will learn how to teach mantra chanting and lead the students to meditation.
Group discussion: review of the week’s materialPracticum2.000.000.00

Group discussion: review of the week’s material

All the students and teachers will sit together and review the whole week study matter. Students will be free to answer any question and ask the question any one including the teachers. All students will attend this meeting for 1 hour on every Saturday.

Learning Objective

students will understand the teachings properly and this group discussion helps to remove their doubts.
Journaling exercises & contemplationPracticum0.000.006.00

Journaling exercises & contemplation

All the students will be asked to keep records of their teachings and practicing including their observation, feelings and timings of the practices. Some of the records will be use to check the progress in their practices.

Learning Objective

students will know how to keep the record of the teaching.
Kids yoga guided ExercisesTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)10.0010.000.00

Kids yoga guided Exercises

Morning and evening yoga sessions will teach students how to both practice and lead asana classes. Joints movements exercises, traditional basic yoga practices will be taught in the morning and kids playful asana will be taught with teaching methodology in the evening. The yoga lesson starts with prayer and proper deep abdonial breathing then flow into standing, sitting, backward bending, forward bending, twisting, inversion and savasana practices. The Class end with Meditation.

Learning Objective

1. Students will learn to have proper demonstaration of yoga poses. 2. Understand the muscle work in the poses and proper alignment. 3. Clear understanding the benifit of the yoga pose.

 

 

 

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