About the Course
Over the course of 45 hours (Forty five days) the program will explore the ancient healing wisdom of yoga from a sound scientific perspective. In this process, you will also learn how to connect yourself with others and facilitate that is empowering, enduring and life transforming. In 45 days of the training we will primarily focus on the foundation principles of Basic Yoga where you will learn about the Asanan, Pranayam, Mudra, Bandha and Meditation. In 45 days, we will focus on learning how to apply the foundation principles in a practical manner. You will learn how to do a proper intake and consultation, how to work with different individuals in varying conditions, and how to apply Yoga yourself. The training process will also help in learning the transformational process with regards to your own physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual needs, as well as your needs.
Topics Coveredoga @ Beginner Yoga @ Men/ Women Yoga @ Arthritis
Yoga @ Corporate Yoga @ Increase Memory Yoga @ Anger
Yoga @ Group Classes Yoga @ Increase Height Yoga @ Anxiety
Yoga @ Weight loose Yoga @ Shape Yoga @ Pregnancy
Yoga @ Meditation Yoga @ Gas and Acidity Yoga @ Backache
Yoga @ Obesity Yoga @ Heart Disease Yoga @ Concentration
Yoga @ Asthma Yoga @ Stress and Strain Yoga @ Constipation
Yoga @ Diabetes Yoga @ High B P/ Low B P Yoga @ Depression
Yoga @ Relaxation Yoga @ Slipped disc Yoga @ Menstruation
Yoga @ Kids/Children's
Who should attendThis is a comprehensive curriculum that combines the ancient wisdom of Yoga. The foundation of this program is based on the respected teachings of yoga master Bishwanath Kumar, along with an integration of Therapy. You will receive intensive training in Individualized Yoga Therapy where you will be empowered to work on a one-on-one basis through the process. This paradigm is based on a holistic understanding of the human system and respects the uniqueness, special needs and abilities of each individual.
Pre-requisitesGeneral notes for Practicing Yoga
The following practice notes should be thoroughly understood before going any further. Although anybody can practice asanas, they become more efficacious and beneficial when performed in the proper manner after correct preparation.
The best suited time to practice is early morning hours, but it can be practiced in the evening after following food restrictions.
Regular practice of Yoga for at least 45 to 60 minutes to yield maximum results.
Place should be spacious, clean, airy, bright and away from disturbances.
To practice Yoga, the place chose must be calm, quiet, ventilated, dust free, and also distraction free.
Clothes should be comfortable, loose, and clean. Undergarments are necessary.
Yoga should not be practiced on bare floor but keep mat, carpet or blanket below.
To get started, you need to have the urge and confidence in yourself.
Women should not practice Yoga during Menstruation.
Food restrictions - stomach should be empty while practicing, that is you should consume solid food 4 hours before practicing and liquid 2 hour before.
Yoga prefers vegetarian diet. But avoid spicy and hot diet as much as possible.
Very few calories are consumed during Yogasana practice and metabolism rate of the body also drops, which means reduced Aging Process.
Less food is required as digestive power is increased.
Completely avoid junk food and canned food, eat smaller portions of food, chew slowly avoid eating out. Eat fruits, carrots and nuts when you feel like snacking.
The quantity of food should be such that it satisfies your appetite. Over eating and fasting should be avoided. At the same time, you must try to avoid stale food.
Eat small meals at frequent intervals. Eat slowly, that gives our body time to tell us that it is full before we've eaten more than we need.
Eating salads is a healthy option, but don’t replace your meals only with salads.
Avoid too much of deep fried, oily, spicy or fried foods. Include good proteins in the form of pulses, sprouts, milk
The most important nutrient that is always forgotten is water. Drink sufficient water daily to keep yourself well hydrated. On waking up drink 1-3 glasses of water. Clear your bowels before doing yoga.
Have fixed timings for lunch and dinnertime difference between meals must be at least 3 hours.
Avoid drink water during meals or immediate after meal, give interval of 15-30 minutes.
Take a glass of fresh lime juice in lukewarm water along with a spoon of honey (once in a weak).
People who are used to drinking bed tea may take half a cup of tea but gradually try to avoid taking tea before yoga practice.
Do not eat and don’t take bath 20-30 minutes after the yoga class.
You have to eat an early dinner (low calorie and low fat) and sleep early every day, so that you get 7 to 8 hours of sleep.
Yoga is different from exercise as it doesn't involve speedy movements, but instead very slow and steady movements.
As with any lifestyle change or physical exercise program consult your physician before you begin your Yoga practice.
The most appropriate time for practicing Yoga is in the morning, before breakfast. This is because it is the time, when our mind is calm, composed and fresh and the body movements can be performed, with considerable ease and vigor.
Before you start practicing Yoga, You must drink a glass of lukewarm water.
Less food is required as digestive power is increased.
While performing Yoga, your breathing should be long and deep. You must remember to keep your mouth close and inhale and exhale, only through the nose.
Remember, while doing yoga, you should not get a feeling of pain or discomfort. If you do, you are not doing it in the right manner or you need to adjust your pose to suit you better.
If you are a beginner, do not just impinge on doing the tough tasks. Remember, you need to always begin with the easy postures and then, proceed to the difficult ones. You should follow the graded steps of Yoga.
People with fractured bones or who are suffering from chronic ailments and diseases such as stomach ulcer, tuberculosis or hernia, and those recuperating from operations, should consult a yoga teacher or doctor before commencing asanas.
What you need to bringyoga mat
Key TakeawaysGeneral notes for Practicing Yoga