5 Month 1100hr TTC Yoga Teacher Training Course

AryaMarga Society | Bir, Himachal Pradesh | Himalayas

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Yoga, an ancient and highly developed science of the body and mind is understood by most of it’s dedicated practitioners , as a sophisticated system that permits phenomenal psychological and physiological evolution and healing. It would be irrational to suppose that a system of this depth and power can be mastered in one month. The dilution of the venerable science of Yoga into an easy vocation through the one month TTC (Teachers Training Courses) has been one of the enduring tragedies of the world of Yoga study, practice and transmission. AryaMarga Yoga has taken accountability for what we believe to be a restructuring of the existing Teacher Training Courses and through our highly intense curriculum deliver an unadulterated Yogic experience. Our aim is to recreate the style and content of teaching as was received personally by us from our Gurus of the ancient Lineage of Anuttara Yoga, a combination of the Hatha-Laya and Kundalini Yogas. Our courses are not particularly designed to be a career change, they are not vocational. The 5 month ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC, or Experiential Yoga practice leads to a profound experience of authentic Yoga, it’s methods and views. The actual experience within of the learned theory and techniques, using the experiential tools of ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC helps to develop an intuitive understanding of the therapeutic values of the asanas and psychological techniques learnt for the mind and body. This in turn allows the student to move from being one who experiences the power of Yoga, to one who heals, and helps develop the bodies and minds of others with Yoga- a true teacher. For an individual to be called a Yoga teacher he/ she must show proficiency in four related areas of Yoga: HATHA YOGA KRIYA: Yoga asana practice, Pranayama or Life force expansion techniques, Mudra or Life-force expressions, Bandhas or Life-force locks and the Shatkarma or the 6 Cleansing practices. YOGA PSYCHOTHERAPY: Understanding the theory of Samkhya Yoga based personality diagnosis. Application of Yogic techniques in two separate areas- firstly, self- willed evolution for one’s own personality complex, and secondly, yogic psychological counseling for others based on Yogic diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic techniques. YOGA PHYSIOTHERAPY AND DISEASE PREVENTION/ HEALING: In-depth understanding of human anatomy-physiology and the effects of Yoga asanas, pranayamas and psychological techniques, on the multiple body systems involved in homoeostasis. Yogic theory of disease origins, prevention and cure. Application of the Hatha Kriyas and Yoga Psychotherapy in curing diseases and physiotherapy, across a range of 60 diseases. KUNDALINI KRIYA: Theory of Tantra and Emptiness; Practice of Tattva Shuddhi or 5 Elemental Purification; Theory and techniques of Kundalini based Shat Chakra Bhedhana or Penetration of the 6 Circles. It is our belief, at Aryamarga Yoga, that to attain a minimum proficiency in the above 4 inter- related areas of Yoga, a minimum period of 5 months of intensive training is necessary. With over 900 hours of Yogic theory and practicals, the 5 month ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC culminates in a 4 day final examination. Successful participants of the course are awarded four certifications in Yoga: Yoga Asana, Pranayama, Mudra and Bandha Teachers Certification Yoga Psychotherapy Teachers Certification Yoga Physiotherapy and Disease PreventionTeachers Certification Kundalini Yoga Teachers Certification We pride ourselves in conserving the legacy of the authentic yogic practices of the Ancient Masters, and through rigorous discipline achieve the most intense experience we believe a TTC course currently offers today. Students who’ve undergone a 200hr/500hr training will be preferred as the teachings of this course are intensive and prior foundational practice of Yoga is required to fully integrate such teachings.

Course Schedule

Detailed Course Schedule

3 Day Orientation Program : 18th March – 20th March 2020

  • Registration and Visit to Bir and surrounding areas
  • Introduction to the Natha Lineage
  • 4 Vedas, Yugas, Shad-Darshanas, History of Yoga
  • Introduction to 5 Elements, Samkhya, Mantra Vidya, Laya and Raja

P-TAK Asanas, HathaYoga Pradipika, Raja Yoga, Laghu Yoga Vaasishtha, Samkhya Yoga : 23rd March – 6th May 2020

  • P-TAK Asana Sequence-Basic
  • Samkhya Philosophy (Shuddha Tattvas, Kanchukas, Ashudda Tattvas)
  • 5 Element Theory & Practice
  • Hatha Yoga Pradipika – Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha and Shat-karmas
  • Patanjali Yoga Sutras – Raja Yoga
  • Excerpts from Mandukya Upanishad and Shiva Sutra
  • Yoga Anatomy and Physiology
  • Learning the Sanskrit Language-I

Anatomy and Physiology, P-TAK, Ayurveda & Yoga Nidra for  Yoga Therapy : 7th May – 5th June 2020

  • Advanced Anatomy – Organ Systems, Asana & Physiology
  • P-TAK Asana Sequence
  • Ayurveda – Doshas, Diet & Nadi Vijnana
  • 5 Element Yoga Therapy – 20 ailments and 90 asanas, Endocrinal Mapping, Ayurvedic Mapping
  • Advanced Mudra and Yoga Nidra Techniques for Therapy
  • Hatha-Laya Yoga- Mapping of the Elemental combinations in the individual human psychology.
  • Learning the Sanskrit Language-I

14-Day Break (Students to arrange for their Boarding & Lodging during the Mid-Course Break) : 6th – 19th June 2020

Yoga Psychology, Siva Sutras, Laya Yoga Theory and Advanced Pranayama, Mudras : 20th June – 19th July 2020

  • Foundational P-TAK Asana Sequence
  • Functional behaviourism and test models
  • Affective-Conative theories as per the Laya Chakra System
  • Yogic View of the mind and consciousness
  • Applied Raja Yoga Sutras- Mapping of the Elemental combinations in the individual human psyche
  • The Levels and components of the Unique Personality Matrix as per Yogic Psychology
  • Introduction to Prognosis, Diagnosis and Therapy as per Zero Point System
  • Cognitive Learning theories & Cognitive Behavioural therapy as per the Zero Point System

Tantra Yoga-Vijnanabhairava, Mandukya Upanishad , Mantra Vidya and Bhuta Shuddhi Tantra Kriyas : 20th July – 18th August 2020

  • VijananaBhairava Tantra Kriya
  • Omkar Siddhi
  • Mantra Uccarana and Dharana
  • Mandukya meditations
  • Basic Kundalini-Bhuta Shuddhi Kriya
  • Foundational P-TAK Asana Sequence
  • Meditation Retreat -Advanced Kundalini Kriya, Advanced Mudras, Vajrayana Tantra and Swara Yoga

Inclusions

Registration Fee (500 USD Includes)
5 Month Accommodation
All Meals
Course Materials
Yoga Mat

Exclusions

Airport Transfers
Any Personal Expenses

AryaMarga Society 5 Month 1100hr TTC Yoga Teacher Training Course Dorm Accommodation ( Triple Sharing)
Dorm Accommodation ( Triple Sharing)

 Includes:
Wi-Fi/ Internet , Double Bed , Single Bed , Western-Style Bathroon , Hot Water Facility ,
AryaMarga Society 5 Month 1100hr TTC Yoga Teacher Training Course Private Studio Room
Private Studio Room

 Includes:
Wi-Fi/ Internet , Single Bed , Western-Style Bathroon , Hot Water Facility ,
AryaMarga Society 5 Month 1100hr TTC Yoga Teacher Training Course Double Sharing Studio
Double Sharing Studio

 Includes:
Wi-Fi/ Internet , Single Bed , Western-Style Bathroon , Hot Water Facility ,

AryaMarga Society

AryaMarga Yoga has taken accountability for what we believe to be a restructuring of the existing Teacher Training Courses and through our highly intense curriculum deliver an unadulterated Yogic experience. Our aim is to recreate the style and content of teaching as was received personally by us from our Gurus of the ancient Lineage of Anuttara Yoga, a combination of the Hatha-Laya and Kundalini Yogas. Our courses are not particularly designed to be a career change, they are not vocational.

The 5 month ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC, or Experiential Yoga practice leads to a profound experience of authentic Yoga, it’s methods and views. The actual experience within of the learned theory and techniques, using the experiential tools of ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC helps to develop an intuitive understanding of the therapeutic values of the asanas and psychological techniques learnt for the mind and body.

This in turn allows the student to move from being one who experiences the power of Yoga, to one who heals, and helps develop the bodies and minds of others with Yoga- a true teacher.

The 5 month experiential course opens with a 5 day orientation session, which introduces the teachings and the lineage to the students. A student will be accepted for the course only if the aptitude of the provisional student meets with the criterion of the course during the 5 day period. The entire course fee will be refunded (excluding the Registration Fee) in case the student decided to discontinue the course during the first 5 days. No refunds will be entertained post the orientation period.



How to Reach

Closest Airport
Dharamshala Airport (Kangra Airport)
Closest Railway Station
Pathankot Railway Station
Traveling by Road
From Delhi: Bir is about 12-14 hours from Delhi by bus. From the Inter-state Bus Terminal (ISBT), take a bus to either Baijnath. There are two overnight buses from Delhi to Baijnath, both of which depart mid-evening and arrive early morning. From Dharamshala: Bir is about four or five hours from Dharamshala by bus, depending on the timing of buses and number of connections. There are three ways to travel from Dharamshala to Bir by bus, listed here starting with the most convenient: There are two daily direct buses to Bir Road/Upper Bir leaving at 6:00am & 2:00pm from the bus station in (lower) Dharamshala. (About four hours) Alternatively, you can take a direct bus from Dharamshala to Baijnath, and from there continue onward to Bir either by local bus or by taxi (see ‘From Baijnath’ section immediately below). If the timing of direct buses to Bir or Baijnath doesn’t work of you, the last-resort options are these: either take a bus to Palampur and change there for any other bus onward to Baijnath or further east, or just hop on any bus heading east from Dharamshala, including those to Jogindernagar, Mandi, Manali, or Shimla, and ask the driver or conductor to drop you off at Bir Road (note: if you get to Chauntra or Jogindernagar, you’ve gone too far). This can take anywhere from three to five hours. By Train — Train to Pathankot + bus/taxi onward to Bir: The most common way to travel to Bir by train is to take a train from Delhi (or wherever your origin may be) to Pathankot/Chakki Bank (two neighbouring train stations in the Punjab, either of which is fine) and then make the rest of the journey to Bir by bus (6-8 hours) or taxi (4-5 hours). By Plane The closest airport to Bir is the Dharamshala airport, about 30-45 minutes south of Dharamshala. Daily flights service is available between Delhi – Dharamshala.

Alcohol, tobacco, smoking and other illicit drugs are not allowed during the course or on the premises. During the course a vegetarian diet is to be followed to experience an holistic and Ayurvedic lifestyle. We ask that you do not bring in outside food.

15 % fee will be charged is canceled before 30 days after that there will be no cancelation

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