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About Samadhi Joga Marta Haskins

Samadhi Joga Marta Haskins is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance, which designates this teacher training program as one which follows Yoga Alliance’s standards. Students who complete a verified training with this school may be eligible to register with Yoga...

Samadhi Joga Marta Haskins is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance, which designates this teacher training program as one which follows Yoga Alliance’s standards. Students who complete a verified training with this school may be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYTs).

First Registered May 2016

Samadhi Joga - Yoga Teacher Training Details

Samadhi Joga - Yoga Teacher Training

Oct 06 - May 27, 2018
Samadhi Joga Marta Haskins

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 training: alignment, teaching, benefits, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)9.005.001.00

Asana training: alignment, teaching, benefits, modifications

1. We will address how asanas are beneficial for the physical and subtle bodies. 2. The teachings will be how to practice the asana meditatively, and the contraindications for asana practice.

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, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)9.005.001.00

Asana training: alignment, teaching, benefits, modifications

1. We will address how asanas are beneficial for the physical and subtle bodies. 2. The teachings will be how to practice the asana meditatively, and the contraindications for asana practice.

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.
Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)24.0015.001.00

Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modifications

Vinyasa Flow Foundation is the practice of Flow sequences

Learning Objective

To train the students on how to teach the Vinyasa Flow classes to the beginners and Intermediate with classical postures yet building the strength and flexibility
Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)19.0015.001.00

Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modifications

Vinyasa Flow Foundation is the practice of Flow sequences

Learning Objective

To train the students on how to teach the Vinyasa Flow classes to the beginners and Intermediate with classical postures yet building the strength and flexibility
Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)19.0015.001.00

Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modifications

Theme based Advance Vinyasa designs include the Hip Opening, Forward Fold sequences, Back-bending, Core Strengthening, Inversions, Balancing, Shoulder Flexibility designs.

Learning Objective

To train the students on how to teach the Vinyasa Flow classes to the beginners and Intermediate with classical postures yet building the strength and flexibility
Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modificationsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)5.005.002.50

Vinyasa Flow teaching: alignment, teaching, benefits, modifications

Theme based Advance Vinyasa designs include the Hip Opening, Forward Fold sequences, Back-bending, Core Strengthening, Inversions, Balancing, Shoulder Flexibility designs.

Learning Objective

To train the students on how to teach the Vinyasa Flow classes to the beginners and Intermediate with classical postures yet building the strength and flexibility
Pranayama learning and practicesTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)15.0010.000.25

Pranayama learning and practices

It will 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.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. the physical benefits on the respiratory system , digestive and eliminatory system, cardiac system, endocrine system, and nervous system 2. Students will understand the contraindications of all the pranayamas, as different pranayamas dominates the different pranas.
Yoga Nidra and ShavasanaTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)5.005.000.25

Yoga Nidra and Shavasana

We will work on shavasana and review the correct posture, discuss when adjustments with blankets and bolsters are necessary. We will guide our students through tension and relaxation.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. how to lengthen their breath in yoga nidra and relaxation. 2. study yoga nidra’s philosophy by analyzing the difficulties during yoga nidra and relaxation
Meditation learning and practicesTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)5.005.000.25

Meditation learning and practices

Students will learn meditation. We will first discuss how to meditate, when the real meditation starts, preparation, and sitting postures and their adjustments. 

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. step by step of practicing meditation 2. control of mind 3. effective way of teaching meeditation
Adaptability- understending your studentsTeaching Methodology (TM)5.755.750.25

Adaptability- understending your students

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.
Adjustments & correctionsTeaching Methodology (TM)16.005.001.00

Adjustments & corrections

Focusing on adjustments to deepen the practice giving the opportunity for every trainee to practice adjustments and observe the anatomical movements, common mistakes and focal point of a particular asana

Learning Objective

Students will learn how to adjust certain poses according to the individual’s capacity.
Becaming a yoga teacher Teaching Methodology (TM)5.005.002.00

Becaming a yoga teacher

Students will learn about the rules and regulations of a yoga teacher and how to demonstrate practices to make the techniques clear to students.. We will also talk about importance of their own regular practices.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. Yoga is not only a means of earning money 2. how, as a yoga teacher, we must keep in mind the practices of detachment through the commercialization of yoga.
Respiratory systemAnatomy & Physiology (AP)4.001.001.00

Respiratory system

Students will learn about the main organs, functions and common disorders of respiratory system. 

Learning Objective

Students will learn about the respiratory system and talk about pranayamas.
Muscular system Anatomy & Physiology (AP)4.001.001.00

Muscular system 

Students will learn about the main muscles and their functions and the terms flexion, extension, adduction, and abduction. 

Learning Objective

Students will learn about the muscles and how they works in each asanas and talk about the asanas modifications according to the different body types.
Skeleton system Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.001.001.00

Skeleton system 

Students will learn about the skeleton.

Learning Objective

Students will learn about the skeleton and how the bones work in each asanas and talk about the asanas modifications according to the different body types.
Cardiovascular systemAnatomy & Physiology (AP)1.001.001.00

Cardiovascular system

Students will learn about 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.

Learning Objective

Students will know which yoga practice help in building stronger heart muscles and improving circulation
Digestive system Anatomy & Physiology (AP)2.001.001.00

Digestive system 

 Students will leern about the structure and functions of the digestive system.

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 Anatomy & Physiology (AP)1.001.001.00

Individual body type

We will talk about the limitations with various body types. 

Learning Objective

Students will learn about the modifications and adjustments accourding to different body types.
History and schools and styles of yogaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)5.005.002.00

History and schools and styles 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.
Patanjali Yoga sutrasYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)4.004.002.00

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.

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.
Bhagvad GitaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)3.003.001.00

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
Hatha Yoga PradeepikaYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.001.001.00

Hatha Yoga Pradeepika

Students will be introduced to the tradition of Hatha yoga through selections of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika.

Learning Objective

Students will learn 1. the techniques, benefits and contraindications for swastikasana, shavasana, siddhasana, padmasana, and bhadrasana (seated asanas recommended by the text).
Ayurveda: doschas, nutritionYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)3.001.002.00

Ayurveda: doschas, nutrition

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.
Ethics & yoga in the modern lifeYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)3.003.002.00

Ethics & yoga in the modern life

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 also talk about a business of yoga.

Learning Objective

Students will understand 1. the business of yoga, including insurance, alliances, sign-in, newsletters and waivers.
Practice TeachingPracticum10.005.001.00

Practice Teaching

Each Student will be teaching daily during the Group Practice minimum 5 hours a course: lead teacher will give the asana they will have to prepare for the next day. At the end of the course student will be teaching their own 60 mins class to the all group.

Learning Objective

How to sequence a Flow Vinyasa and design a class. How to teach all variation of the asana in order to make the practice accessible to anyone. Student will learn how to sequence a class for specific topic (hips opener, back bending, standing pose etc.)
Practice TeachingPracticum10.005.001.00

Practice Teaching

Each Student will be teaching daily during the Group Practice minimum 5 hours a course: lead teacher will give the asana they will have to prepare for the next day. At the end of the course student will be teaching their own 60 mins class to the all group.

Learning Objective

How to sequence a Flow Vinyasa and design a class. How to teach all variation of the asana in order to make the practice accessible to anyone. Student will learn how to sequence a class for specific topic (hips opener, back bending, standing pose etc.)

 

 

 

First Registered May 2016

School Reviews

Total Reviews: 3

By Michal Sokolowski RYT® 200

Jun 21, 2018

By Iwona Gasiorowska IFA RYT® 200

May 28, 2018

All Reviews (3)

Teaching Staff

Marta Haskins

E-RYT® 200, RYT® 500, YACEP®

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