Hatha & Vinyasa
|Group Size||15 — 25|
Included in Base Price
Optional with Extra Charge
There will be three practice sessions on Hatha yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, pranayama, and meditation every day along with one teaching practice session and two theoretical sessions on philosophy and anatomy. In Hatha class, the yoga master teacher will explain the meaning, method, alignment, and benefits of a hundred poses in the training course. The instructor will explain how to correct each pose with student involvement.
Module one will explain the philosophy, meaning, definition, and types of yoga. You will learn what is not yoga and answer the question, "Is yoga a religion?" You will learn about the classification, origin, and history of yoga, and the definition and different components of Hatha yoga.
You will learn about Ashtanga yoga and the description of its eight components as well as those of Ashtanga Vinyasa. You will discuss the anatomy and physiology of Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa, yoga sutra, Hatha yoga pradipika, Geeta, and Vedas.
On module two, you will learn about asana and its meaning. You will discuss the methodology of asana and its three stages according to Patanjali, their classifications and number, static and dynamic and their physiology, meditative and cultural asanas, their anatomy and physiology, methods, contra-indications, alignment, correction of the fault, the practice of over 100 asanas, and explanation of Ashtanga series.
On module three, about pranayama and its classification, you will learn about the meaning and definition of pranayama, the practice of the eight basic pranayamas and their variations, different types of breathing, classifications, physiological understanding of yogic breathing, and you will answer the question, "Does pranayama increase oxygen and life force?"
On module four, about meditation and its classifications, you will discuss the mechanism, challenges, procedures on how to prepare for meditation, short and long term, the time and place for meditation, different techniques, effect on body and mind, anatomy and physiology, and changing meditation techniques after three days of practice.
On module five, teaching and learning will be discussed. You will learn about the components, methods of yoga teaching, characteristics of good teaching, methods to improve, lesson planning, principles of lesson planning, the art of instructing during teaching practices, class and student management, feedback, and improvement.
Module six will be about shat kriya and their classifications. You will learn the definition of kriyas or yogic detox, the use of detoxification in healing, Jala Neti or nasal cleansing with water, Sutra Neti or nasal cleansing with sutra, Sankhaprachalena or GIT wash, and the physiological understanding of yogic detoxification.
During the course, three times proper and nutritious meal is served to the students as the practice of yoga courses require and healthy body and mind. A pure vegetarian meal is served three times a day i.e. breakfast, lunch and dinner which is prepared hygienically. AYM School Rishikesh emphasise the yogic food for all our students. A variety of unlimited food is served during the course to the students with the herbal tea, which is served three times a day. Herbal tea is good for the health and is a refreshment for the students.
Payment & Guidelines
All deposits are non-refundable. The remaining balance (total price minus deposit) is due 30 days before the retreat start date. (the seeker pays directly to the organizer not through us. We send a notification to the organiser to get the money ). The remaining balance is non-refundable once paid.
Facilities & Extras
Facilities & Extras
|14:00||15:00||Karma Yoga / Self Study|
|15:00||15:55||Ayurveda (If you choose Ayurveda Course)|
|20:15||21:00||Mantra ( Mon, Wed and Fri )|
Yoga ethics and codes of conduct during the course Yoga is that discipline which begins with self-discipline as explained by Maharishi Patanjali in the beginning of yoga sutra. According to the master, it is easy to practice and realize the goal of yoga if you follow proper yoga ethics or yama and niyamas. These are the guidelines to follow at the yoga school: Be punctual in classes and avoid absenteeism (95 percent attendance is necessary) Show respect and be polite to everyone Maintain silence after 10 p.m. and most of the time when possible to conserve your energy Sleep on given time and eat on given time to develop a better life style Yoga teacher training is not only for teaching but it is first for self-practice, so remain dedicated to participate in different classes Be involved in selfless activities conducted at the ashram without any ego
From 15 Feb 2020 To 10 Mar 2020
For 25 days
From 15 Mar 2020 To 08 Apr 2020
For 25 days
From 15 Apr 2020 To 09 May 2020
For 25 days
How to get here
Arrival by airplane
Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is the entry point to India for every international flight. As there is no direct flight to Rishikesh, you need to take another flight to Dehradun Airport (DED) to reach Rishikesh if you wish to travel via airplane. Upon arrival at Dehradun Airport (DED), you will need to fetch a taxi to AYM School Rishikesh. AYM School Rishikesh can arrange a pick up taxi from the airport and the cost is 80 USD (for a single traveller) and 60 USD per person for two travellers from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). From Dehradun Airport (DED) the cost is 20 USD per person.
Arrival by bus
To reach Rishikesh from Delhi via bus, you need to go to an ISBT bus stand. The bus ride will take around seven to eight hours.
Arrival by train
If you wish to travel by train, you will need to take a train from Delhi Railway Station to Haridwar. From there, you can fetch a bus to Rishikesh. The distance from Haridwar to Rishikesh is approximately 29 kilometers.
Arrival by taxi
AYM School Rishikesh can arrange a pickup from Delhi or Dehradun Airport (DED). The cost of taxi transfer from Delhi is 80 USD per person per way for a private transfer and 60 USD per person per way for a shared ride. From Dehradun Airport (DED), the taxi pickup is 20 USD per person.