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24 Days 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Delhi, India

Arogya YogShala, C-1, First Floor, Shiv Shakti Sadan Mandir, Block C, Pandav Nagar, East Delhi, Delhi, India

Yoga Teacher Training in Delhi India

Join this 200-hour USA accredited yoga teacher training program which let you encounter the intensive Hatha yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa primary series. It is a positive step towards your professional yogic life. You can learn and become a certified professional to work across the world. This yoga teacher training course is highly intensive and thorough. It is designed to provide you with a transformational experience. All those who want to prosper in the field of teaching yoga can join the course and become a certified professional.

Highlights

  • Yoga classes
  • The history of yoga and philosophy
  • Highly skilled and enthusiastic teachers
  • Introduction to subtle body and meditation
  • Fun and relaxed environment to learn
  • 23 nights' accommodation
  • 3 meals with tea

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Styles


24 days with instruction
The maximum participants in the group is 20
Airport transfer available:
Indira Gandhi International Airport (US$17 per person)
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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
11:00
Check-out Time:
18:00

You will be accommodated at either twin room or triple room in Arogya YogShala.

Program

Yoga which is considered the age-old discipline is now the new bumble for a healthier lifestyle. A large number of people are associating with it every day. They are either practicing it or talking about it. Yoga schools are unfurling in the whole world and in the capital region of Delhi as well. Not only the hustle and bustle but also the city is now taking a healthy turn towards yoga. Yoga is the best kick start of your busy day to help you breathe calmly in the long day at work, traffic, pollution, and a lot more.

People are being very conscious about their health and so are they keen to learn yoga. Keeping the health of the pupils in mind and considering the need of the hour, Arogya YogShala has started a residential yoga teacher training program in the metropolitan itself. Delhi, which is the national capital of India, is one of the historic cities and is thus a major tourist attraction.

Delhi is well connected to any part of India or the world by air. You can plan a vacation to Delhi, enroll in the yoga teacher training program, and enjoy the tourist destinations around the place. The icing on the cake would be that the yoga school is USA accredited and you will thus become a certified yoga instructor with them.

The yoga teacher training program is a 200-hour learning with highly skilled and experienced teachers. The school focuses on Hatha yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa primary series as taught by Shri K. Pattabhi Joice. You can deepen your knowledge of yoga and boost your confidence by learning the basics like:

  • The proper alignment, benefits, and potential risks of the foundational yoga postures
  • The principles of anatomy and how they are applied to each posture
  • The science and art of sequencing a yoga class
  • The art of voice modulation
  • The history of yoga and philosophy
  • How to observe and see bodies
  • Introduction to subtle body and meditation
  • Sanskrit names of the yoga postures
  • Moral values of yoga as a business

Syllabus for yoga philosophy

  • Introduction of yoga
  • Definition of yoga as per the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Yoga Vasistha, etc.
  • Commitment towards your favorable outcome
  • Application of yoga (quest for happiness, happiness within, slowing down is the secret, silencing, and control over mind)
  • Karma yoga, Jnana yoga, Bhakti yoga, and Raja yoga

Karma yoga

  • As per the Bhagavad Gita (Karm, Akarm, Vikram)
  • Arjunas question
  • Renunciation of the fruit of action, renunciation of the doership
  • Surrender of the action and its fruit to god
  • Samatvam
  • Action in action

Jnana yoga

  • Shravan, Manan, and Nidhidhyasana
  • Knowledge of Self (Bhagavad Gita 2. 20-24)
  • Quality of a Jnani (Sthita Prajna, Bhagavad Gita 2. 55-57)
  • Tool for growth (Bhagavad Gita 2. 62-63)

Bhakti yoga

  • Bhakti according to Narada, Maharishi Parashar
  • Panchmahabhav of Bhakti (Dasya - Haunman, Madhur - Mira, Vatsalya - Yasodha, Sakhya - Sudama, Santa - Yudhishthira)
  • The 9 forms of Bhakti (Navavidhā Bhakti Mārgas): shravan, kirtan, smaran, padsevnam, archnam, vandanam, dasyam, sakhyam, and atmnivdnam.
  • Para and Apara Bhakti

Raja yoga

  • Ashtanga yoga

Indian philosophies

  • Why it is called Darshan
  • 3 major heterodox schools which are Jain, Buddhist, and Cārvāka
  • 6 major schools of orthodox Indian philosophy which are Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mīmāṃsā, and Vedanta.

Heterodox school (Nastika Darshan)

  • Charvaka or Lokayata

Learn the philosophy of skepticism and materialism, no life after death, religion is invented by man, Criticised Vedas, intelligence resides in the body, hell is the earthly suffering, death is the end of all.

  • Buddha Darshan

Learn the four noble truths (Dukkha, Samudaya, Nirodha, and Magga); the noble eightfold path (right understanding - Sammaditthi, right thought - Sammasankappa, right speech - Sammavaca, right action - Sammakammanta, right livelihood - Samma Ajiva, right effort - Sammavayama, right mindfulness - Samma Sati, and right concentration - Samma samadhi; and believe in karma, rebirth, law of nature, and did not believe in God.

  • Jaina Darshan

Every living being due to its ignorance is in a bondage of karmic atmos known as karma. Karmas are accumulated by the actions of body, speech, and mind. There are six universal substances which are soul or consciousness (Jiva), Matter (Pudugala), Medium of motion (Dharma), Medium of rest (Adharma), space (Akasha), and time (Kala).

Learn the ethical code which is Five Yamas (main importance to Ahimsa) and many-sided reality (anekāntavāda).

Orthodox Indian philosophy

Nyaya Darshan

  • Founded by Akṣapāda Gautama
  • Nyaya school accepts four pramanas as reliable means of gaining knowledge: Pratyakṣa (perception), Anumāṇa (inference), Upamāṇa (comparison and analogy), and Śabda (word, the testimony of past or present reliable experts).
  • It holds that human suffering results from mistakes / defects produced by activity under wrong knowledge (notions and ignorance). Moksha (liberation), it states, is gained through right knowledge.

Vaisheshika Darshan

  • Founded by Kanada also known as Uluka
  • Desire (raga), aversion (dvesha), and infatuation (moha) are called faults (doshas) which lead to bondage.
  • Intuitive knowledge of the Self destroys false knowledge then birth due to action does not take place.
  • The word is made of seven Padārtha which are dravya (substance), guṇa (quality), karma (activity), sāmānya (generality), viśeṣa (particularity), samavāya (inherence), and abhava (non-existence).

Mimamsa

  • Founded by Maharishi Jaimini
  • The word ‘Mimamsa’ suggests “probing and acquiring knowledge” or “critical investigation of the Vedas”.
  • Also known as Purva Mimamsa or Karma Mimamsa

Vedanta

  • Founded by Badarayana
  • Also known as Uttar Mimamsa or Jnana Mimamsa
  • Vedanta literally means "end of the Vedas", reflecting ideas that emerged from the speculations and philosophies contained in the Upanishads.
  • It does not stand for one comprehensive or unifying doctrine. Rather, it is an umbrella term for many sub-traditions, ranging from dualism to non-dualism, all of which developed on the basis of a common textual connection called the Prasthanatrayi.
  • The Prasthanatrayi is a collective term for the principal of Upanishads, the Brahma Sutras, and the Bhagavad Gita.
  • 4 Mahavakyas from Upanishads: Prajnanam Brahma, Aham Brahma Asmi, Tat Tvam Asi, and Ayam Atma Brahma.

Sankhya Darshan

  • Founded by Kapila
  • Samkhya considered Pratyakṣa or Dṛṣṭam (direct sense perception), Anumāna (inference), and Śabda or Āptavacana (verbal testimony of the sages or shāstras) to be the only valid means of knowledge or Pramana.
  • Puruṣa is the transcendental self or pure consciousness, uncaused, neither produced nor does it produce, infinite, all-pervasive, inactive, solitary, free, and actionless.
  • The sole function of the Purusha is being a witness (Sakshi) of un-manifested Prakriti.
  • Prakiti is the first cause of the manifest material universe of everything except the Purusa. Prakiti accounts for whatever is physical, both mind and matter-cum-energy or force. Since it is the first principle (tattva) of the universe, it is called the pradhāna, but as it is the unconscious and unintelligent principle, it is also called the jada. It is composed of three essential characteristics (trigunas). These are Sattva (poise, fineness, lightness, illumination, and joy), Rajas (dynamism, activity, excitation, and pain), and Tamas (inertia, coarseness, heaviness, obstruction, and sloth).
  • Samkhya accepts Prakriti as the last stop or the origin and source of all existence.
  • Evolution
  • Satkaravada
  • The supreme good is moksa which consists in the permanent impossibility of the incidence of pain in the realization of the Self as self-pure and simple.

Yoga philosophy

  • Patanjali Yoga Sutra: Samadhipada (every sutra explained in detail), Sadhnapada (every sutra explained in detail), and Vibhtipada (untill sutra 9)

Chakras

  • Ajna

Ajna also called guru chakra or third-eye chakra is the subtle center of energy, believed to be located between the eyebrows, located behind it along the subtle (non-physical) spinal column. It is so called because this is the spot where the tantra guru touches the seeker during the initiation ritual (saktipata). He or she commands the awakened Kundalini to pass through this center.

It is symbolized by a lotus with two petals. It is at this point that the two side nadiIda (yoga) and Pingala are said to terminate and merge with the central channel Sushumna, signifying the end of duality, the characteristic of being dual (e.g. light and dark, male and female).

  • Vishuddha

Vishuddha or Vishuddhi or throat chakra is located at the base of subtle body's throat. It is symbolized as a 16 petaled lotus. The Vishuddha is iconographically represented with 16 petals covered with the 16 Sanskrit vowels. It is associated with the element of space (akasha) and has the seed syllable of the space element Ham at its center. The presiding deity is Panchavaktrashiva, with five heads and four arms, and the Shakti is Shakini.

In esoteric Buddhism, it is called Sambhoga and is generally considered to be the petal lotus of "Enjoyment" and corresponding to the third state of Four Noble Truths.

  • Anahata

Anahata or the heart chakra is located in or behind the heart. It is symbolized by a lotus with 12 petals. Within, it is a yantra of two intersecting triangles, forming a hexagram, symbolizing a union of the male and female as well as being the esoteric symbol for the element of air (Vayu). The seed mantra of air, Yam, is at its center. The presiding deity is Ishana Rudra Shiva, and the Shakti is Kakini.

In esoteric Buddhism, this chakra is called Dharma and is generally considered to be the petal lotus of "Essential nature" and corresponding to the second state of Four Noble Truths.

  • Manipura

Svadhishthana or sacral chakra is believed to be located at the root of the sexual organ along the spine in the subtle body. It is symbolized as a six-petaled lotus. Svadhisthana is represented with a lotus within which is a crescent moon symbolizing the water element. The seed mantra in its center is Vam representing water. The presiding deity is Brahma, with the Shakti being Rakini (or Chakini).

In esoteric Buddhism, it is called Nirmana and is generally considered to be the petal lotus of "Creation" and corresponding to the first state of Four Noble Truths.

  • Muladhara

Muladhara or root chakra is located at the base of the spine in the coccygeal region of the subtle body. Dormant Kundalini is often said to be resting here, wrapped three and a half, or seven or 12 times. Sometimes, she is wrapped around the black Svayambhulinga, the lowest of three obstructions to her full rising (also known as knots or granthis). It is symbolized as a four-petaled lotus with a yellow square at its center representing the element of earth.

The seed syllable is Lam for the earth element (pronounced lum). All sounds, words, and mantras in their dormant form rest in the Muladhara chakra, where Ganesha resides, while the Shakti is Dakini. The associated animal is the elephant.

Meditations

  • Nidra yoga
  • Ajapa japa
  • Antar Mauna
  • Chakra meditation

Syllabus for Ashtanga Vinyasa

Surya Namaskar A (sun salutation A)

Surya Namaskar B (sun salutation B)

  • Padangusthasana (big toe pose): five breath transaction
  • Padahastasana (hand under foot pose): five breath
  • Utthita Trikonasana (extended triangle pose): five breath transaction
  • Parivartita Trikonasana (revolving triangle pose): five breath
  • Utthita Parsvakonasana (extended side angle pose): five breath transaction
  • Parivartita Parsvakonasana (revolving side angle pose): five breath
  • Prasarita Padottanasana A to D (intense wide leg stretch pose): five breath
  • Purshvottanasana (intense side stretch pose): five breath
  • Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana (extended hand to big toe pose): five breath transaction
  • Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana (half bound lotus intense stretch pose): five breath
  • Sun salutation C (21 steps): one round
  • Utkatasana (fierce pose): five breath transaction
  • Virabhadrasana A-B (warrior pose): five breath for warrior poses transaction – jump forward
  • Dandasana (staff pose) chin lock: five breath transaction
  • Vinyasa yoga poses
  • Paschimottanasana A to C (intense west-stretch pose): five breath transaction
  • The Vinyasa (Vinyasa to jump back and forward)
  • Purvottanasana (intense east stretch pose): five breath transaction
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana (half bound lotus intense west-stretch pose): five breath - when the position involves one leg (in between each posture jump back and forward to twice)
  • Triang mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana (reverse face one leg intense stretch pose): five breath - when the position involves one leg (in between each posture jump back and forward so twice)
  • Janusirsasana A to C (head to knee pose): five breath - when the position involves one leg (in between each posture jump back and forward so twice)
  • Marichyasana A to D (sage pose), this pose dedicated to Marichyarishi: five breath - when the position involves one leg (in between each posture jump back and forward so twice)
  • Navasana (boat pose) three to five lifting rounds: five breaths - jump back and jump forward over the shoulders
  • Bhujapidasana (shoulder pressure pose): five breath transaction - jump back and jump forward
  • Kurmasana (tortoise pose): five breath - jump back and jump forward
  • Supta kurmasana (sleeping tortoise pose): five breath - jump back and jump forward
  • Garbha pindasana (embryo pose): clockwise rotation nine times on your back
  • Kukkutasana (rooster pose): five breath - jump back and jump forward
  • Baddha koṇasana A to C (bound angle pose): five breath transaction - jump back and jump forward
  • Upavistha konasana (seated angle pose): five breath transaction - jump back and jump forward
  • Supta konasana (reclining angle pose): five breath transaction jump back and jump forward
  • Supta Padangusthasana (reclining hand to big toe pose): five breath transaction - Chakarasana (roll back over the head) jump forward
  • Ubhaya Padangusthasana (both big toe pose): five breath transaction
  • Urdhva Mukha Paschimottasana (upward facing intense stretch pose): five breath transaction
  • Setu Bandhasana (bridge pose): five breath transaction - Chakarasana (roll back over the head) jump forward
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana (upward bow pose): three rounds, lift five breath then one breath
  • Paschimottanasana (intense west stretch pose): 10 breath in this position
  • Shavasana (corpse pose): five breath
  • Salambasarvaang Asana (shoulder stand pose): five to ten breath in this position (Postures 34 to 40 all are transactional)
  • Halasana (plough pose): five to ten breath in this position
  • Karnapidasana (ear pressure pose): five to ten breath in this position
  • Urdhvapadmasana (upward lotus pose): five to ten breath in this position
  • Pindasana (embryo pose): five to ten breath in this position
  • Matsyasana (fish pose): five to ten breath in this position
  • Uttana Padasana (extended leg pose): five to ten breath in this position
  • Sirsasana (headstand pose): 25 breath in this position then UrdhvaDandasana (Upward staff pose): five breath then Sirsasana (headstand pose): one breath – rest ith head down 10 breath
  • Baddha Padmasana (bound lotus pose) 10 to 25 breath
  • Yoga Mudra (seal of yoga pose): 10 to 25 breath
  • Padmasana (lotus pose): 10 to 25 breath with three locks, chin, abdominal, and root at the same time
  • Utthpluthi (uprooted pose): 10 to 25 breath
  • Shavasana (corpse pose): rest 10 minutes

Anatomy and physiology

  • Introduction of human body
  • Digestive system
  • Respiratory system
  • Circulatory system
  • Skeletal system
  • Muscular system
  • Endocrine system
  • Chakras
  • Nadis
  • Muscles function according to joint movement
  • Significance of Breathing at cellular level
  • Inversions
  • Savasana

Yoga philosophy

  • Introduction to yoga
  • Its philosophy and evolution
  • Introduction to yoga sutras of Patanjali
  • Definition of Yoga
  • Daily schedule of a yoga student
  • Yama, Niyam, asana, Pranayam, pratyahara,
  • Dharna, Dhyan, Samadhi
  • Panchakoshas
  • Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas (Triguna)
  • Introduction to chakras and its functions
  • Three doshas
  • Four Padas of Yoga Sutras (By Maharishi Patan jali)

Asanas

  • Ashtanga Vinyasa flow (primary series)
  • Sun Salutation A
  • Sun Salutation B
  • Standing asanas flow
  • Seated asanas flow
  • Supine asanas flow

Pranayama (breathing practice)

  • Introduction of pranayama
  • Benefits of pranayama
  • General guidelines
  • Clavicular
  • Thorocic and diaphragmatic breathing (yogic breathing)
  • Ujjayi bhastrika
  • Kapalbhati
  • Nadi Sodhana
  • Bhramari
  • Surya Bhedi and Chandra bhedi, sheetali and sheetkari

Mudras

  • Jnana Mudra
  • Chin Mudra
  • Yoni Mudra
  • Bhairava Mudra
  • Shambhavi Mudra
  • Nasikagra Mudra
  • Khechari

Yoga Bandhas

  • Preparation
  • Uddiyana
  • Jalandhar
  • Mula and Maha Bandha
  • Teaching
  • Doubts

Yoga cleansing (Shatkarma)

  • Rubber Neti
  • Jala Neti
  • Kapalbhati ( Cleansing Of Lungs)

Yoga Nidra (psychic sleep)

  • Basic relaxation
  • Tension relaxation
  • Full body relaxation

Dhyana (meditation)

  • Introduction to meditation
  • Breathing awareness of meditation
  • OM Mantra / meditation
  • Trataka
  • Tips to develop concentration silence practice
  • Ajapa japa
  • Antar Mouna

Recitation of Sacred Sounds (Mantras Chanting)

  • Gayatri Mahamantra
  • OM Asto Ma Sadgamaya (Mantra from Upnishad)
  • Tvameva Mata cha pita tvameva (Shloka on God's)
  • Om Trayambakam Yajamahe (Mantra on Lord Shiva)
  • Om Sahana Vavatu (Mantra from Upanishad)
  • Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu (Guru Stotram)
  • Yogena Cittasya (Shloka on sage Patanjali)
  • Hare Rama Hare Krishna (Maha Mantra)

Recommended Books

  • Asana, Pranayam and Mudra Bandha by Swami Satyananda Saraswati
  • Patanjali yoga sutras by Swami Vivekanand
  • Meditation and its practice
  • Yog mala by Shri k. Pittabhi jois
  • Hath Pradipika
  • Yoga anatomy and physiology

Teaching practice content

  • Teaching Practice
  • Demonstration
  • Alignment
  • Instructions

Location

This yoga teacher training will be held in New Delhi, India.

Food

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Yoga classes
  • Course fees
  • Yoga certification fee
  • Teaching material
  • Free Wi-Fi / Internet access
  • Use of washing machine for laundry
  • 23 nights' accommodation
  • 3 meals with tea

What's not included

  • Ayurveda spa and services
  • Airport transfers

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 21% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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