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24 Day 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training course near Aurovile, in Tamil Nadu

Sri Ananthi Nature Cure & Yoga Ashram, No. 1, Thendral Nagar, Sadayandikuppam Road, Pallithennal, Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu, India

Yoga Alliance Teacher Training Course in India

Open yourself up to the countless opportunities with SANCYA school of yoga's 200-hour yoga teacher training course near Auroville and Puducherry, India. This 200-hour course will help you discover the relationship between mind and body through yoga, meditation, and breathing techniques. SANCYA yoga focuses on how you can heal yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally using five elements: yoga asana, meditation, detoxification, kriyas, and breathing techniques. SANCYA School of Yoga is recognized by Yoga Alliance USA. Whether you are planning to start a new career as a yoga teacher, or are seeking a course for deep personal interest and expansion of your yoga knowledge and practice, this teacher training program will give you a firm foundation for both. Even if you are entirely new to yoga or a specialist searching to expand your practice, this teacher training course will give you immense confidence and inspiration to become a joyful and knowledgeable yoga teacher and individual.This 24 days of yoga teacher training course will be unique because you will be guided by three yoga and naturopathy doctors and one yogic pandit.

Meet the instructors

Dr.Sunder, Sadha, & Rajeevan
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Highlights

  • Daily yoga classes
  • Daily meditation sessions
  • Daily naturopathy treatment
  • Daily mantra chanting, meditation, asana, anatomy, and philosophy
  • Free excursions in and around Pondicherry
  • 23 nights accommodation in ashram
  • 3 fresh organic vegetarian meals

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate

Styles


24 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 8 participants
Airport transfer available:
Chennai International Airport (US$53 per person)
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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
10:00
Check-out Time:
17:00

Facilities

  • Gym
  • Hot tub / Jacuzzi
  • Steam room
  • Swimming pool (indoor)
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Meditation garden
  • Smoke-free property
  • Yoga deck
  • ATM / banking
  • Bicycle rental
  • Cell phone rental
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Internet access
  • Ironing / ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • Medical assistance
  • Meeting room
  • Newspapers
  • Parking lot
  • Tour assistance
  • Wireless internet
  • Outdoor shower

Sancya school of yoga teacher training center offers single and double rooms based on the student’s requirements. Every room for the yogis is well maintained and clean. They offer bed sheets, pillows, bath towels, toilet paper, blanket, and welcome amenities upon arrival. Good Wi-Fi is included in every floor. Water and laundry service is also available.

Program

This 24 days, 200 hours Ashtanga teacher training will definitely provide the basic and advanced theory and practical knowledge of meditation in yoga. This training camp can train you to become an expert in asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, mudras, bandhas, and meditation. SANCYA is maintaining the schedule for the yoga training activities.

During your teacher training at SANCYA school of yoga, you will:

  • Create a foundational knowledge and understanding of yoga
  • Develop from a beginner to advanced level
  • Learn how to teach postures with correct alignment
  • Remember all asana names, benefits, and contraindications
  • Establish knowledge about the anatomy and physiology of yoga
  • Establish knowledge about the origin and history of yoga
  • Grow mentally, physically, and spiritually
  • Feel more balanced, connected, and joyful
  • Learn from excellent teachers
  • Live in a caring and peaceful ashram environment
  • Feel safe and grounded
  • Enjoy nutritious, naturopathic meals every day
  • Experience the real yogi lifestyle
  • Make friendships that will last forever
  • Kriyas techniques
  • Knowledge in anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the human body
  • Know more about lifestyle modifications and ancient techniques to cure diseases
  • Basic knowledge about Hinduism
  • Basic naturopathy and yoga therapies treatments
  • Specific yoga asanas for specific diseases
  • Know about Karma yoga, Raja yoga, Kriya yoga, Bhakti yoga, Hatha yoga, and meditation
  • Indian traditions and its scientific importance

Yoga

You will given both theory and practical knowledge in this course.

Basic, intermediate, and advanced yoga

This course is designed for first-time and basic to advance yoga techniques. It is the right class for you if you want to learn the fundamentals of yoga in a group where everyone is new. The teachers and doctors will give you some background on yoga while you are seated, but come prepared to move.

You will walk out feeling embodied, empowered, and energized. Meditation in the yoga tradition is a systematic and logical approach to understanding, calming, and bringing some control to the mind and thoughts leading to the realization of who you truly are. On this course, you learn the meditation, breathing, and relaxation techniques of Raja yoga to calm and control thoughts, emotions, and outer sensations.

Through regular practice of meditation techniques, anyone can become attuned to their innermost self and live an effective, balanced, and peaceful life regardless of outer circumstances. These extremely accessible classes are perfect for anyone looking to develop a practice of conscious, mindful movement with some support.

Theory classes

SANCYA will offer theory classes on basic to advanced yoga, including yama, niyama, asanas, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi.

Meditation

You start your day with morning mantra chanting followed with shat-kriya and finished with meditation.

  • Mantra chanting meditation
  • Breathing meditation
  • Bhajan / kirtan
  • Trataka (candle meditation)
  • Silence practise meditation

1st week (study)

  • Introduction of pranayama
  • Benefits of pranayama
  • Explain the pranic body
  • Prana and lifestyle
  • Breath, health, and pranayama
  • Pranayama and the spiritual aspirants

2nd week (practical and theory)

  • Nadishodhana pranayama
  • Sheetali pranayama
  • Sheetkari pranayama
  • Bramari pranayama
  • Ujjayi pranayama
  • Bhastrika pranayama
  • Kapalbhati pranayama
  • Surya Bheda pranayama

3rd week (mudra)

  • Jnana mudra
  • Chin mudra
  • Yoni mudra
  • Bhairava mudra
  • Hridya mudra
  • Shambhavi mudra
  • Khechari mudra
  • Kaki mudra
  • Bhoochari mudra
  • Akashi mudra

Bandha

First definition of the bandha is restraining or locking the muscle on a physical level.

  • Preparation for bandha
  • Benefits of bandha
  • Mula bandha
  • Jalandhara bandha
  • Uddiyana bandha

Mantra chanting

  • Om chanting
  • Maha Mrityunjaya mantra
  • Gayatri mantra
  • Guru Vandana (prayer to guru)
  • Prayer before class and meal

Shatkarma

The Shatkarmas consists of six techniques. They can make the body clean and strong, free of diseases, remove toxins, and improve concentration. It can also improve the flow of prana into the organs and the pranic meridians or nadis. The six techniques are: Dhauti, Bhasti, Neti, Trataka, Nauli, and Kapalabhati.

1. Neti

A nasal cleansing process intended to purify the nasal passages and bathe the sinuses. It can be performed in two ways: either using a neti pot to cleanse the passages with saline solution, or using a thread passed through the nostrils and out the mouth. These are called jala neti and sutra neti, respectively.

2. Dhauti

A cleansing process for the alimentary canal, including the oesophagus, the mouth, the stomach, intestines, and rectum. There are 11 types of dhauti to cleanse different parts of the gut. One popular way is to swallow a length of cloth in order to remove phlegm, bile, and impurities from the esophagus and stomach.

3. Nauli

A cleansing practice for the abdomen which uses the abdominal muscles to massage and stimulate the digestive organs. The muscles of the abdomen are projected forward then contracted in a wave-like movement that increases “bodily fire.” This practice can take a lot of practice to perform effectively, as it requires a lot of abdominal control.

4. Basti

A method for purifying the large intestine either with or without water. In the method with water, jala basti, the yogi sits in a tub of water and draws up water into the rectum by practicing uddiyana bandha and using the nauli kriya. Then the water is expelled.

5. Kapalabhati

A breathing technique which means “shining skull.” In this practice, the breath is forcefully exhaled through the nostrils by strongly drawing in the abdominal muscles after which the inhalation happens naturally. This is repeated 20 times in quick, rhythmic succession.

6. Trataka

Also called the blinkless stare, is a technique for cleansing the eyes and improving mental focus. One method involves gazing at the flame of a candle. This is thought to increase blood circulation to the eyes and help strengthen them.

Anatomy and physiology

Yoga is one of the most popular forms of exercise that has a great impact on your physical and mental health. To understand its impact, it is important to know the inner structure and functioning of the body. As a yoga teacher or practitioner, you must be familiar with the limitations of each body type and its level of experience.

Therefore, teachers must learn about the basics of anatomy and physiology to understand what’s going on in the body and achieve full benefits of yoga.

  • What is yoga anatomy?
  • What is yoga physiology?
  • Anatomy Vs. physiology
  • Understanding skeletal structure of the body
  • Understanding the movements of the body
  • Understanding muscles of the body
  • Major joints of the body
  • Understanding body alignment during yoga

Asanas

1. List of some of postures or asana in supine position:

  • Uttanpadasana with both legs (leg raised pose)
  • Uttanpadasana with one leg
  • Vipritakarani (inverted pose)
  • Sarvangasana (shoulder stand)
  • Ashwini Mudra (horse gesture in shoulder stand)
  • Matsyasana (fish pose)
  • Halasana (plough pose)
  • Noukasana (boat pose)
  • Shavasana (corpse pose)
  • Tadagasana (pond pose)
  • Pavanamuktasana two legs (gas release pose)
  • Pavanamuktasana one leg
  • Ardhachakrasana one (half wheel pose)
  • Ardhachakrasana two
  • Anantasana one
  • Anantasana two

2. List of some of postures or asana in prone position:

  • Saral Hasta Bhujangasana (cobra pose with straight hands)
  • Vakra Hasta Bhujangasana (cobra pose with curved hands)
  • Shalabhasana half (locust pose)
  • Shalabhasana (locust pose)
  • Dhanurasana (bow pose)
  • Noukasana (boat pose)
  • Makarasana (crocodile pose)
  • Adhvasana

3. List of some of postures or asana in sitting position

  • Dhyan Mudra (meditation gesture)
  • Swastikasana (auspicious pose)
  • Samasana (balance pose)
  • Padmasana (lotus pose)
  • Padmasana (Baddha - tied lotus)
  • Padmasana (Utthit - lifted lotus)
  • Parvatasana (mountain pose)
  • Akarna Dhanurasana (type one - bow pose in sitting)
  • Akarna Dhanurasana (type two - bow pose in sitting)
  • Padmasana Yogamudra (type one)
  • Padmasana Yogamudra (type two)
  • Vakrasana (type one - twisted pose)
  • Vakrasana (type two - twisted pose)
  • Ardhamatsyendrasana (half spinal twist)
  • Sharanagata Mudra (forward bending)
  • Vajrasana (thunderbolt pose)
  • Vajrasana Yogamudra (type one)
  • Vajrasana Yogamudra (type two)
  • Paschimottanasana (half - half forward bend)
  • Paschimottanasana (full - forward bend)
  • Januhastasana
  • Hastashirasana
  • Ekpadsahajhasta Bhujangasana (cobra pose)
  • Dwipadsahajhasta Bhujangasana (cobra pose)
  • Dattamudra

4. List of some of postures or asana in standing position:

  • Tadasana (mountain pose)
  • Vrksasana (tree pose)
  • Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana (extended hand-to-big-toe pose)
  • Natarajasana (dancer pose)
  • Virabhadrasana III (warrior III)
  • Ardha Chandrasana (half moon pose)

Teaching methodology

During the course, you will learn how to do a perfect posture. SANCYA will offer basic naturopathy syllabus both in theory and practice, such as acupuncture, acupressure, mudtherapy, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, electrotherapy, and yoga as therapy. Teaching methodology is one the most important part of the course as the students will learn the following:

  • How to conduct a class
  • Classroom management
  • How to get in and come out from the posture
  • How to assist and help while teaching the class
  • Which kind of words you should be using as a yoga teacher
  • What makes you different than other teachers in terms of teaching
  • Which kind of asanas you should recommend with different health issue

Model daily schedule

  • 05:30 Wake up with herbal drinks
  • 06:00 practical class
  • 08:30 Natural diet and breeak fast
  • 09:30 Theory class 1
  • 11:00 Naturopathy treatments
  • 12:00 Raw diet and lunch
  • 13:00 Karma yoga
  • 14:00 Rest
  • 15:00 Theory class 2
  • 16:00 Meditation class
  • 17:00 Yoga class
  • 18:00 Bajans
  • 19:00 Discussion
  • 20:00 Natural diet
  • 21:00 Sleep

Included excursions

Excursions will be in and around Pondicherry:

  • Aravindar Ashram
  • Pondicherry Beach
  • Silver Beach
  • Chidambaram and Cuddalore temples
  • Boathouse
  • Hindhu traditional marriage
  • Hindhu temples like Manakula Vinayagar, Panchavadi hanuman, and Kali temple
  • Botanical garden
  • Auroville

Instructors

Dr.Sunder raman

Sadha Kannan

Rajeevan Moothal

Location

SANCYA is one of the most renowned and largest yoga and naturopathy hospital in Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu. The premier institute is located in 5 acres of lusty green, pollution-free, with bamboo and herbs surrounding the environment.

It is located in between Viluppuram and Pondicherry. The ashram is 12 kilometers away from the Pondicherry bus stand and 24 kilometers away from the Viluppuram bus stand. SANCYA is situated in Pallithennal village, on Sadayandikuppam main road, in Thendral Nagar's entrance.

Features

Activities

  • Gym
  • Hot tub / Jacuzzi
  • Steam room
  • Swimming pool (indoor)

General

  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Meditation garden
  • Smoke-free property
  • Yoga deck

Services

  • ATM / banking
  • Bicycle rental
  • Cell phone rental
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Internet access
  • Ironing / ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • Medical assistance
  • Meeting room
  • Newspapers
  • Parking lot
  • Tour assistance
  • Wireless internet

Food

A diet that is wholly conducive to the practice of yoga and spiritual progress is called yogic diet. Eating can also be considered a practice in which you seek universal balance. Like yoga, eating is a highly personal activity as you learn to adapt your needs to the many popular nutritional systems and diets. Developing a mindful eating practice can provide a ground that truly supports and nurtures your yoga.

What you eat, not only influences your physical well being, but also your emotions and thoughts. Yoga does not dissect food into proteins, carbohydrates, or fats; instead it classifies them according to the effect they have on the body and mind, into three types - Satva, Rajas, and Tamas. Tamasic food is the kind of food which makes you lethargic or sluggish, while Rajasic food is that which brings about activity or restlessness. Whereas, Sattvic food is the kind which makes you feel light, energetic, and enthusiastic.

Sattvic foods are those which purify the body and calm the mind. They stimulate the body and mind into action. Cooked food that is consumed within 3-4 hours can be considered Sattvic foods.

Being of Sattvic or “pure” mind is the goal when you practice, but this quality is also present in the food that you eat. Ideally, a yogic diet would be rich in Sattvic foods. Sattvic foods are generally fresh vegetables, grains, legumes, mild spices, and mildly sweet foods. However, a Sattvic diet does include some dairy products such as cow milk and ghee.

According to Ayurveda, this is the best diet for a yogi to adopt. It helps keep the mind clear, as opposed to Rajasic or Tamasic. A Sattvic diet is also soothing for the digestive system and helps keep things moving.

The correct yogic diet is the one that does as little harm as possible, builds your prana and sattva, and makes you feel good physically and emotionally.

In 24 days of activities, the participants will experience different yogic varieties of food. In the first 2 days, the guests will be having typical Indian foods like chappathy, rice, dosa, etc. After that, you will be provided organic fruit and later, juice diet. This diet will be supervised under experienced naturopathy doctor and a dietitian.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Detox juices

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

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Fruitarian
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

  • Naturopathy massage (with extra payment)
  • Long tours (with extra payment)

Spa treatments

The following partial massages are available with extra charge:

  • Head massage
  • Abdomen massage
  • Chest massage
  • Leg massage
  • Back massage
  • Acupuncture therapy
  • Acupressure therapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Mud therapy
  • Physiotherapy

What's included

  • 200 hours of yoga sessions
  • Daily naturopathy treatment
  • Excursions in and around Pondicherry
  • Temple visits
  • Certificate of completion
  • Daily foods and fruits
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 23 nights accommodation

What's not included

  • Flights
  • Transport from and to the airport
  • Airfare
  • Insurances
  • Vaccines

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

The participants have to come to Chennai International Airport (MAA). Transfers from this airport is available for 4,000 INR per person.

Arrival by taxi

By taxi, guests can come to the ashram by traveling 140 kilometers with the duration of 3 hours 30 minutes. For taxi, you will be charged 3,000 INR, once you've reached Pondicherry. Through Viluppuram road, you can reach the ashram in 12 kilometers away from the Pondicherry bus stand.

Arrival by bus

By public bus, you will be charged 350 INR, once you've reached Pondicherry. Through Viluppuram road, you can reach the ashram in 12 kilometers away from the Pondicherry bus stand.

Arrival by train

By train, you have to check the train timetable. You will have to pay 250 INR approximately. You have to get off the train at Villainur railway station. From there, you will be picked up and taken to the ashram. The ashram is just 2 kilometers from the Villainur railway station and 13 kilometers away from the Pondicherry railway station.

Airport: Chennai International Airport Airport transfer available: Chennai International Airport (US$53 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% 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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