Yoga and Ayurveda TTC
Organisation

JAI Wellness

Features

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Holistic approachAyurveda"Yoga"
Styles
YogaAyurvedic
Duration

22 Days

Intensity beginnerintermediateadvanced
Food Jai Wellness Meals

Facilitators

    Included in Base Price

    Not Included

    Optional with Extra Charge

    • SHARED ROOM (FOOD INCLUDED)(+USD $1100)
    • PRIVATE ROOM (FOOD INCLUDED)(+USD $2100)
    • Jai Wellness Meals(+USD $521)
    Full Program

    Certifications

    Upon a successful completion of training, students will receive an official certificate and course credits that are recognized by Yoga Alliance.

    About the event

    During this teacher training, you will experience:

    • Sunrise meditation
    • Fire ceremony
    • Elemental yoga practice
    • Ocean moon walks
    • Meditation journeys
    • Kirtan and mantra ceremony

    Plus

    You will have full facilitation and instruction to learn how to master your own voice, guide others and return to your passion, through the principles and practices of self-healing and self-realization, yoga and Ayurveda.

    • You will learn to guide a complete holistic and integrative yoga practice including yoga asana, pranayama, kriyas, mudra, mantra and meditation
    • Discover how to create yoga classes based on the science of Ayurveda and tailor your classes to the season, the Ayurvedic constitution of each person, their age and life transitions

    This Yoga Alliance certified 200-hour yoga and Ayurveda teacher training, offers an authentic, integrative and comprehensive way for you to return to your life’s passion and purpose. Become a skilled and certified yoga teacher with specialized Ayurvedic knowledge, one of the most in-depth and extensive teacher training courses with international recognition.

    You will live the practice of yoga and Ayurveda as you immerse yourself in the daily routines of cleansing, self-care, teaching to learn, and discovering your authentic voice.

    Course topic include:

    History and philosophy

    • Introduction to yoga and Ayurveda
    • The four Vedas
    • The Shad Dharshan: Understanding the macrocosm and the microcosm
    • The Samkya philosophy and involution of consciousness: The journey from the Doshas to Samadhi
    • The four ashrams of Vedic life: Brahmacharya, Grihastha, Vanaprastha, Sannyasa
    • The goals of human life: Purusartha - Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha
    • The four karmas: Balancing laws of cause and effect - Sanchita, Prarabdha, Kriyamana and Agami
    • Ashtanga -The eight limbs of yoga and the eight limbs of Ayurveda
    • The yamas and niyamas
    • The six branches of yoga: Hatha, Raja, Bhakti, Jnana, Karma, Tantra
    • The Bhagavad Gita and the Hatha yoga Pradipika

    Yoga asana

    • Principles of warming up and centering
    • Warm up postures
    • Over 32 asanas including balancing poses, seated poses, standing poses, forward folding poses, back bending poses, lateral extension poses, twisting poses, and inversions
    • Sun salutations, and sun salutes for the doshas
    • Principles of Vinyasa yoga (breathing, bandha, and dristhi)
    • The Ayurvedic approach to the teaching and practice of yoga
    • Sequencing and leading yoga for Kapha Dosha
    • Sequencing and leading yoga for Pitta Dosha
    • Sequencing and leading yoga for Vata Dosha
    • Sequencing and leading yoga group classes based on the seasons and the doshas

    Ayurveda

    • Introduction to the Tri-Dosha theory: Dosha Prakruti and Vikruti
    • Introduction to the Tri-Guna theory
    • Balancing the doshas and sensory care
    • Dinacharaya and Ritucharaya - daily routines and seasonal routines
    • The Indriyas - the senses, the organs of action and cognition
    • Leading and sequencing group classes for the Dosha Prakruti

    Prana

    • Introduction to the five pranas/vayus: The Panch Prana Theory
    • Dirga pranayama – The three part breath
    • So hum meditation
    • Brastrika, Brahmari, Kapalbhati
    • Nadi Shodhan

    Subtle anatomy

    • The three bodies
    • The Pancha Kosha theory
    • The Chakras, Kundalini, Ida and Pingala
    • The Panch Pranas (see section on Prana)

    Sustaining ecology

    • Business, marketing and ethics
    • The Industry: opportunity, challenges, solutions
    • Dharma and Ahimsa: How to establish and create a conscious business environment
    • Living your practice
    • Establishing and sustaining relationships: Resources and conscious living
    • Business planning and marketing

    Practicum and facilitation skills

    • Formal practice teaching
    • Refining your teaching: languaging, guiding, and transitioning
    • Assisting, supporting, and modifying poses
    • Sequencing, transitioning, and sustaining postures
    • How to consult and support
    • Leading private sessions
    • Theming and cohesion
    • Preparing for final practicum

    Students have a series of assignments to complete during each section including class observations, written assignments, and practicums.

    As a certified yoga and Ayurveda instructor you will be able to:

    • Teach holistic yoga classes that include pranayama, mudra, meditation and yoga asana
    • Lead yoga group classes based on the season, a person's Ayurvedic constitution and the stages of their life or age
    • Create individualized yoga programs
    • Incorporate and understand how the season and time of day, are important considerations to class design and daily protocols
    • Offer basic Ayurvedic lifestyle recommendations to bring balance and harmony to the body, mind and emotions
    Accommodation Options
    SHARED ROOM (FOOD INCLUDED)

    1 Spot - Capacity 2

    Extra Charge USD $1100

    You will stay at the beautiful world renowned Samadi Bali Yoga & Wellness Center in Canggu, Bali. FOOD INCLUDED.

    PRIVATE ROOM (FOOD INCLUDED)

    1 Spot - Capacity 1

    Extra Charge USD $2100

    You will stay at the beautiful world renowned Samadi Bali Yoga & Wellness Center in Canggu, Bali.

    Food Options
    Jai Wellness Meals

    Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Extra Charge USD $521

    Enjoy fresh daily breakfast and lunch each day, plus tuition, study manual daily lectures, workshops and special events.

    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.

    • Scholarship Discount

    • Early Bird Discount

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    Calendar
    From 02 May 2020 To 23 May 2020
    For 22 days
    From 03 Oct 2020 To 24 Oct 2020
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    Training

    11 Jul 2020
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