Here you can find the schedule for our course in weekend modules for 2021
Yoga Teacher Training with Yoganjuly
Our goal is to train qualified and inspired yoga teachers who are able to pass on their experiences to others by developing their own practice and personal discipline.
For each individual, the aspiration should be to be a yogi and to use yoga as a tool for personal development.
The curriculum is based on classical Hatha Yoga, which was developed in India by numerous gurus and yoga teachers who have dedicated their lives to the path of yoga.
We follow the tradition of Swami Sivananda and the Bihar School of Yoga (Swami Satyananda).
Our yoga philosophy is based on the YogaSutras of Patanjali, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika and the Yoga Vedanta system
Introduction to the philosophy and goals of yoga, history and ways of yoga, main schools of yoga masters
A path to health and well-being, stress management, as a therapy and healing method, for the further development of mental capacity, the path through the body to the mind
Sensitive and physical attention, mental exercises, warm-up exercises, eye exercises, sun salutation
YOG- NIDRA (Relaxation)
Classic relaxation, yoga nidra as a relaxation technique for daily life, progressive muscle relaxation as modern stress management
ASANAS (Yoga postures)
In the intensive teaching practice you will learn how asanas and pranayama are taught professionally.
The daily asana practice, which is important for this, gives you the opportunity to practice the asanas and gives you the habit of practicing regularly.
In the training we will deal with:
12 basic Yoga-postures
100 Asana-Variations from intermediate to advanced
Deep relaxation with autosuggestion
Release of energy blockages
ADVANTAGES OF ASANAS
Increase in physical flexibility and fitness
Improvement of the ability to concentrate
rid the body of excess fat
control of emotions
Relief of chronic complaints such as constipation, rheumatism, stomach complaints, headaches
Stabilization of the circulation
Stabilization of the thyroid functions
Young and supple muscles into old age
Expansion of the capacity of the lungs
Relaxation of the nervous system
Alignment of the two hemispheres of the brain
cleaning of the nadis (subtle energy channels)
awakening the inner spiritual energy
Kapalabhati (Lung cleansing exercise)
Anuloma Viloma (Alternate nostril breathing)
Ujjayi, Surya Bheda, Bhastrika, Sitali, Sitkari, Bhramari
Samanu (Spiritual purification of the nadis)
The three Bandhas: Jalandhara, Moola, Uddiyana
vegetarianism: Ethical, spiritual and health reasons
How nutrition affects the mind
The right balance of the main nutrients
Ayurvedic principles of nutrition
healing effects of fasting
Shat Kriyas as six purification techniques according to the classic yoga text "Hatha Pradipika":
Tratak (eye cleansing)
Neti (nasal rinse)
Kapalabhati (lung cleansing)
Dhauti (throat and nose cleansing)
Nauli (small intestine cleansing)
Basti (colon cleansing)
Shank Prakshalama (whole bowel cleansing)
YOGA ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Introduction to the most important body systems
The effects of asanas and pranayama on: cardiovascular system, respiration, digestion, skeletal and muscular system, endocrine system
The eight systems of the body
Yoga and physical culture
Diet and Nutrition
Understanding the physical body in relation to yogic practice:
Muscle and bone structure, respiratory System,
Digestive System, Nervous and Endocrine Systems, Physiological
Effects of yoga and exercise, sports medicine theory and research
What is Causes of illnesses, yogic remedies for illnesses such as colds, hay fever, headaches, allergies and constipation, yoga as therapy: staying healthy through mental training
Health and Disease- Life According to three Dosha Type, Ayurvedic Food
Tantra and Kundalini Yoga
Theory of energy training: Shiva-Shakti philosophy; The astral bodies:
Prana, Nadis, Chakras, Kundalini astral world and life after death, help for the deceased, opening of the chakras.
Mentaltraining and Meditation; The human psyche: Subconscious, conscious, superconscious
Raja Yoga Patanjali's Yoga Sutras
Yamas and Niyamas
The eight limbs of Raja Yoga
Thought power and positive thinking
Thoughts as the creator of your destiny
Development of memory, willpower, concentration, creativity and intuition
dealing with feelings and emotions
affirmation and visualization
Charisma and personal charm
Overcoming negative habits
levels of consciousness and expansion of consciousness
Indian and Western philosophy in comparison
Guide to meditation
What is meditation?
Physical and mental meditation
12 steps of daily practice
Effects and experiences in meditation
Mantras-spiritual energy in sound
Mantra Initiation (if desired)
Meditation techniques, concentration and awareness in daily life
Levels of meditation
Overcoming the obstacles in meditation
Experience with meditation and scientific research
Karma Yoga as a practice of selfless service to reduce one's own ego, keeps you fit and healthy and gives immeasurable joy
Within the training, you are asked to participate in certain tasks for the community such as cooking, cleaning, office and the like.
Law of cause and effect
Samsara-the wheel of birth and death
Kirtan: Singing the classic Sanskrit mantras
Indian gods and their cosmic meaning
Arati and Pujas (traditional Indian rituals)
Singing to open the heart and purify the mind:
With daily chanting one develops a strong sense of devotion and very deep pure vibration. Correct pronunciation, devotional attitude and awareness of importance are important.
Basic concepts of the Vedanta philosophy
The 7 Bhoomikas as levels of consciousness
Space, time and causality
The three bodies
The three levels of the mind
Satsang means to be in company with the truth and the wise. The Satsang course consists of half an hour of meditation, half an hour of chanting and a lecture / reading on aspects of the yoga philosophy. This helps to develop a strong and steady meditation practice that opens or strengthens the path to peace and happiness.
Basics of yoga teaching
Personality and inner attitude of a yoga teacher
Structure of a yoga class
Corrections and alignments
Courses for advanced learners
Yoga for the back and spine
Correction of posture through yoga
Yoga during pregnancy
Yoga for children
Yoga for seniors
Advantages and limitations of yoga therapy
How to teach the 12 basic settings and breathing exercises for beginners and advanced learners
Creating a suitable environment for the class
General information on lessons
Basis of Sivananda Yoga
YOGA TEACHER AS A PROFESSION
Yoga teacher: business or hobby
Yoga teacher business model
Implementation of yoga courses, workshops, retreats,
Building a yoga studio
Training of yoga teachers
Creating a website or flyer
Use of media
REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAINING
A high level of self-motivation is required for all aspects of the training. Basic knowledge of yoga postures and philosophy is helpful, but not essential.
The practice and especially the teaching of yoga require a high degree of self-discipline and purity. To ensure the success of the program, trainees are required to participate in all of the asana classes, lectures, meditations, and spiritual activities offered.
Meat, fish, alcohol, tobacco and drugs are prohibited during the course as they are counterproductive for yoga practice.
Material included in the course fee: a YogaOmline shirt, training manual, materials for cleaning techniques: neti pot, sutra and tongue cleaner)
Recommended books for studying at home:
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali "
The Hatha Pradipika "
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita "
Meditation and mantras by Swami Vishnudevananda, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers
Required materials: Comfortable and warm clothing, notebook,