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200 HOURS TEACHER TRAINING SYLLABUS

WELCOME
In case, you are wondering, the word ‘Arohan’ means ascent of the Kundalini Shakti (the
primordial force) upwards from Mooladhara (Root Chakra) to Sahasrara (Crown Chakra). At
that point, there is the union or Yoga between Shiva (Sahasrara) and Shakti (the primordial
force).
We are glad to be with you and share with you the bliss of yoga. Let’s kick start our spiritual
evolution and spread the message of Yoga.

GUIDELINES
As per Yoga Sutras, every yogi is expected to follow discipline and restraints (Yamas and
Niyamas). In the same way, certain guidelines are to be followed during the course for creating an
optimum learning environment.
• Try avoiding meat, eggs, tobacco, drugs, alcohol, caffeine during the course if
possible. Use your discretion. This diet is conducive to physical, mental, and spiritual
growth Our course can be a bit intensive for some students- both physically and
mentally. Make sure to conserve your energy, listen to your body (never over-exert),
rest, and stay hydrated. Ask your personal physician/doctor whether you are ready for
physical yoga practice.
• Be kind and inspire others with a positive attitude, acts and words. In case of any query or question feel free to ask your instructor/instructors. Asking questions is encouraged in our School.

 

SYLLABUS/CURRICULUM

Please note that this syllabus is not exhaustive. A little more can also be added to it. Our course is supposed to be quite intensive according to most of our students. Hence, it is advised to focus all your energies on completing the course. Students should not simultaneously enroll for other courses like dancing, ayurvedic treatment, reiki, etc in Rishikesh as this will dissipate their energy. You are free to enroll in the above-mentioned courses once you have completed the 200-hour teacher training course with us.

 

YOGA ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Yin & Yang Tissues
Types of Stretches
Anatomical position
Anatomy Basics
Ligaments
Tendons
Myofascia
Muscular System
Skeletal System
Nervous System
Respiratory System
Circulatory System
Digestive System
Joints
Spine & Ribcage
Joint Congruency
Reciprocal Inhibition
Muscle Isolation
Facilitated Stretches

YOGA HUMANITIES
Definition of Yoga
Yoga History
Six School of Thoughts
Triguna Concept
The different Yoga Paths
Hatha Yoga
Eight Limbed Yoga
Five Yamas
FIVE Niyamas
Pancha Kosha Viveka
Pancha Prana
Four Ashrams
Yoga Sutras
Karma Concept
Chakras

AYURVEDA
The Pancha Mahabhutas
The Tri-doshas and their attributes
The three pillars of Health

Diagnosis
Mala
Ama or Toxins
Panchakarma and its preliminary practices

HATHA YOGA
Introduction
Pawanmuktasana Series One
Pawanmuktasana Series Two
Pawanmuktasana Series Three
Standing Series
Vajrasana Series
Surya Namaskar
Moon Salutes
Stretching One
Stretching Two
Backbend Series
Forward Bending Series
Inversion Series
Balancing Postures Series
Power Yoga
Advanced Postures
Hatha Flow
Reviews

YIN YOGA
Introduction to Yin Yoga
Beginner’s Flow One
Beginner’s Flow Two
Beginner’s flow Three
Flow for the Hips
Flow for the Spine
Flow for the Kidneys
Flow for the Liver
Flow for the Stomach
Flow for Shoulders, Arms, and Wrists
Flow for the Legs
Flow for Whole Body
Yin/Yang Fusion Flow
Moon Salutation
Full Yang Session
Reviews

PRANAYAMA
Yogic Breathing
Kapalabhati
Nadi Shodhan Stage 1
Nadi Shodhan Stage 2
Ujjayi
Brahmari

MEDITATIONS
Yoga Nidra – Beginners
Yoga Nidra – Intermediate
Yoga Nidra – Advanced
Anulom Viloma with Prana Shuddhi
Isha Kriya

CLEANSING KRIYAS
Jala Neti
Kunjal Kriya
Laghu Shankhaprakshalana
Simha Kriya
Agnisar Kriya

ASHTANGA VINYASA-
PRIMARY SERIES

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