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Would you like to take your love of yoga to the next level? Are you looking for more dedication to your yogic path and touch people’s lives and heal them? If you don’t say yes, nobody will do it for you. So, it is time to take a step towards a life that you dream about. Get yourself ready to live and learn on a 300-hour YTT course from the holy, spiritual city, Rishikesh, which is the world capital of yoga!
You need a Wi-Fi connection and a computer to download the digital material, computer, or phone to connect with Zoom, the Zoom platform downloaded, a yoga mat, a strap or a scarf, two or more blocks or big stable books, a pillow or bolster, a blanket, a clear wall for exercises close to the camera, and a wireless mic or Bluetooth for phones (only if the device you used to enter to Zoom has a Bluetooth connection).
Who can join this course?
Students who complete their training are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
When you complete this course, if you already got your 200-hour YTT certificate, you will be qualified as an RYT-500 with Yoga Alliance.
In this course, you will receive the knowledge and tools to heal the yogic way. At the end of this intense course, you will earn five certificates in Hatha, Ashtanga/Vinyasa, Kirtan, Sound Healing, and Ayurveda.
There will be a total of 6-hour online live sessions daily that will be held via Zoom. There will be 120 contact hours and 180 non-contact hours.
You will also receive additional certificates in:
Students will deepen their knowledge of this foundational yoga practice by increasing their knowledge of postures, breathing techniques, and exercises. You will learn how to adapt your teachings to a variety of physical limitations that may be presented by varying yoga students.
In this form of yoga, you will learn how to integrate breath, movement, gaze, and posture to help unify the body and mind.
In this ancient music of Sanskrit chanting, you will learn how to calm the mind and purify the heart of your students and yourself.
Students will learn how to incorporate sound into their practice through the use of vibration created by drums and singing bowls to improve physical and emotional health.
In this course, the history of this ancient system of holistic healing will be taught and students will learn how to therapeutically apply techniques to identify Ayurvedic body types and obtain emotional and physical balance.
This is a sample daily schedule from Monday to Saturday.
This course is to deepen your knowledge and practice of yoga. Through the gurus who have a deep knowledge of yoga and have a passion to teach with all their hearts, they do their best to help students get all the necessary knowledge and confidence to improve themselves and to teach others.
This course is designed according to 300-hour YTTC requirements of Yoga Alliance. The objective of the 300-hour yoga teacher training course is to give a stronger and advanced knowledge of yoga and spirituality which takes teaching yoga to the next level. Yoga is more than physical activity and it is something that should be pursued as a lifestyle.
300-hour online YTTC gives you the opportunity to discover more about your true self and spirituality so that to transform yoga as your lifestyle, as you develop your knowledge about the yogic path. YTT with Living Yoga School is not only about becoming a teacher. It is also about being a student for life and learning from each and every person and situations in life to upgrade your knowledge and person in the chosen spiritual path.
The school tries to bring out the best in its students. They believe every person is different and they respect the uniqueness of every student. Join the Living Yoga School family and enjoy the bliss of yoga with them! Join thousands of students from all over the globe who have experienced the true meaning of peace through Living Yoga School’s unique and engaging approach to teaching yoga.
Whether you are beginning or advanced in your practice, all yoga practitioners are welcome and encouraged to join this month-long program. This course is created for individuals with aspirations of becoming yoga teachers but is appropriate for any individual wishing to further expand their yoga practice. Cultivate happiness, self-love, and positivity in a yoga program deeply devoted to spiritual growth and understanding.
Throughout the course, you will learn a Yoga Alliance-approved curriculum in a nurturing and supportive classroom environment that caters to your individualized skills. The best spirituality teachers of India will share their experience to transform your lives so that you can too be messengers of peace in the world. You will leave the program with the knowledge, experience, and confidence to become the yoga teacher of your dreams.
The purpose of mantra chanting in yoga is to generate vibrations and connect with the universe. Each mantra is special and rich with spiritual energy.
1. Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya (Mantra from Upanishad)
2. Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva (Sloka on gods)
3. Om Tryambakam Yajamahe (Mantra on lord shiva)
4. Om sahana vavatu ( Mantra from Upanishad)
5. Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo Maheshwari (Guru stotram)
6. Yogena Cittasya ( Sloka on sage Patanjali)
7. Hare rama, Hare Krishna (Maha mantra)
8. Vakratunda Mahakaya Mantra
9. Om Bhur Bhuva Swaha (Gayatri Mantra)
Hatha yoga course syllabus
2. Lolasana - swinging pose
3. Kukkutasana - rooster pose
4. Sarpasana - snake pose
5. Shalabhasana - locust pose
6. Dhanurasana - bow pose
7. Paschimottanasana - seated forward bend
8. Janu sirshasana - head to knee pose
9. Parivirta janu sirshasana - revolving head to knee pose
10. Sarvangasana - shoulder stand
11. Padam sarvangasana - shoulder stand lotus pose
12. Sirshasana - Headstand
13. Natarajasana - lord shiva’s pose
14. Utthita hasta padangusthasana
15. Naukasana - Boat pose
16. Vatayanasana - horse face pose
17. Mayurasana - peacock pose
18. Koormasana - tortoise pose
19. Chakrasana - wheel pose
20. Hanumanasana - monkey pose
21. Agnistambhasana - fire log pose
22. Brahmacharyasana - celibate’s pose
23. Astavakrasana - eight-twists pose
24. Ek pada sirasana - one foot to head pose
25. Chaturanga Dandasana
26. Pincha Mayurasana - feathered peacock pose
27. Eka Pada Koundinyasana - sage koundinyasana
28. Handstand – adho mukha vrksasana
29. Ardha Pincha Mayurasana - dolphin pose
30. Makara Adho Mukha Svanasana - dolphin plank pose
31. Bakasana - crow pose
32. Ek pada bakasana - one leg crow
33. Utthan Pristhasana - lizard pose
34. Pashasana - noose pose
35. Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana - sundial or compass pose
36. Titibasana - firefly pose
37. Parshva bakasana - side crow
1 - Sun salutation A
2 - Sun salutation B
I. Padangusthasana - Big teo posture
II. Padahastasana - Hand under foot posture
III. Utthita trikonasana - Triangle pose
IV. Parivrtta Trikonasana - Revolving triangle
V. Utthita parvakonasana - Extended side angle pose
VI. Parivritta Parsvakonasana - Revolving side angle pose
VII. Prasarita padottanasana A to D - Intense wide leg stretch
VIII. Parsvottanasana- Intense side stretch posture
IX. Utthita hasta padangusthasana - Hand to big toe posture
X. Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana - Half bound lotus forward bend
XI. Utkatasana - Fierce pose
XII. Virabhadrasana A-B warrior
XIII. Dandasana- Staff pose
XIV. Paschimottanasana A to C intense west - stretch or sitting forward bend
The Vinyasa (Vinyasa to jump back)
XV. Purvottanasana - Intense east stretch
XVI. Ardha baddha Padma paschimottanasana - Half bound lotus forward bend
XVII. Tiriang mukhaipada paschimottanasana - reverse the leg direction of one leg intense east stretch
XVIII. Janu sirsasana A to C Head to knee pose
XIX. Marichyasana A-D
XX. Navasana - Boat posture
XXI. Bhujapidasana - Shoulder pressure posture
XXII. Kurmasana - Tortoise posture
XXIII. Supta kurmasana - Sleeping tortoise
XXIV. Garbha pindasana - Embryo posture
XXV. Kukkutasana - Rooster posture
XXVI. Baddha konasana A to B - Bound angle posture
XXVII. Upavista konasana A to B - Seated angle posture
XXVIII. Supta konasana A to B - Lying down angle posture
XXIX. Supta padangustasana - Reclining big toe posture
XXX. Ubhaya padangusthasana - Both big toes postures
XXXI. Urdhva mukha paschimottasana - Upward facing full forward bend
XXXII. Setu bandhasana - Bridge
XXXIII. Urdhva dhanurasana - Upward bow posture
XXXIV. Paschimottanasana - Full forward bend
XXXV. Salamba sarvangasana - Shoulder- stand
XXXVI. Halasana - Plow
XXXVII. Karnapidasana - Ear pressure posture
XXXVIII. Urdhva padmasana - Upward lotus
XXXIX. Pindasana - Embryo posture
XL. Matsyasana - Fish posture
XLI. Uttana Padasana - Extended leg posture
XLII. Sirsasana - Headstand
XLIII. Yoga mudra - Sealed yoga posture
XLIV. Padmasana - Lotus
XLV. Uttpluthi - Uprooting
XLVI. Savasana - Corpse posture
1. Introduction of Paranayama
2. The pranic body
3. Natural breathing
4. Abdominal breathing
5. Thoracic breathing
6. Clavicular breathing
7. Yogic breathing
8. Nadi shodhana Pranayama and it techniques
9. Sheetali Pranayama and it techniques
10. Sheetkari pranayama
11. Bhramari pranayama
12. Ujjayi pranayama
13. Bhastika Pranayama
14. Kapalbhati Pranayama
15. Moorchha Pranayama
16. Surya Bheda Pranayama
17. Chandra bhedana pranayama
18. Swana pranayama
The practice of mudra hand gestures is an ancient facet of yoga. Performing gestures effects the energy flow of the body and can change a person's spiritual and mental characteristics.
The practice of bandhas expands lung capacity and breathing capabilities during yoga. It also strengthens the entire body from the inside out.
Meditation is a systematic practice that promotes physical, mental, and emotional tranquility with the purpose of reaching Samadhi (self-realization).
When a yoga practitioner moves through the various internal states of Yoga Nidra, a profound experience of relaxation occurs. This is called "Turiya," a sensation of pure bliss.
Yogic cleansing exercises are important to learn how to incorporate your breath and meditate properly during physical aspects of yoga. It also removes the blockages in the energy channels.
Proper understanding of the physical body will help to prevent injury before, during, and after practice. There are two kinds of yoga anatomy: physical and spiritual. Understanding both types is needed.
Yoga philosophy is the foundation of your yoga practice and is the key to earn yogic strength. Through the path of Vedanta philosophy, you will establish a solid, well-rounded yoga practice.
1. Chapter 1 - Samadhi pada
2. Chapter 2 - Sadhana pada
Incorporating therapeutic yoga practices helps to address various physical, mental, and emotional disorders. Students will learn techniques for combatting these issues through yoga.
A yoga teacher should efficiently perform the practical applications of class planning and preparation. At World Peace Yoga School, the students will learn how to create a positive and peaceful class environment for an enjoyable and transformative experience.
Yogi Rajeev Ji is a highly motivated yoga teacher with specialization in Hatha and Ashtanga yoga. He holds Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. As he started to work after his graduation, he realized that he doesn’t want to work in corporate life. Following this realization, he decided to pursue yoga as both a career and lifestyle and he got Master’s Degree in Yogic Science. He has a passion to inspire people to improve their wellness and find their way in life. He enjoys serving people to explain to them the importance of yoga to create oneness within one’s own self.
Ashutosh Mishra born and bought up in Rishikesh, known as international capital of yoga, it was in his gene to enjoy and explore the great ancient art of yoga and he is strongly rooted in Hatha yoga and Therapeutic yoga. His style is a dynamic combination of intelligent sequencing and alignment for the body and health condition of the person. He was introduced to yoga at a very tender age. So his father enrolled him at the University of Patanjali. He spent three years at the university and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Yogic Science.
After practicing yoga from a very early age of 12, he decided to leave his family and friends behind to pursue the yogic path and meet his first yoga master - Narayan Muni at Jharsuguda Muni Samaj Yoga Ashram. It was here he took his first steps into the Himalayan tradition. In 1988, he met his second yoga master - Swami Niranjan Ji to learn the wisdom of the Vedas. There, he came across the Jnana Yoga (knowledge), which taught him the important lessons in the path to self-realization. Yogi Vishnu was initiated into the Raja Yoga system by his great guru, Swami Veda Bharati and Swami Rama.
This teacher training is held online. Living Yoga School is located in Rishikesh, India (UTC +5:30), the "Yoga Capital of the World", and they will live-stream yoga classes via Zoom which you can participate from the comfort of your home.
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