The main purpose of advanced Yoga practice is to help the student develop mentally, physically and spiritually. The systematic and regular practice of classical asanas, pranayama, kriyas, mudras, bandhas and deeper relaxation techniques will help to remove internal blockages and is a deep internal cleansing process.
The three main aspects covered by the course are: Physical, Pranic & Mental.
The Physical aspect of the course aims to teach different advance asanas on a deeper level incorporating special sequences and different styes & variations of asanas. Special techniques will be taught that allow the performance of complex asanas in a simple way. Asanas not only increase physical fitness and flexibility of the body, but also help overcome physical blockages such as tension & stiffness of muscles. Each student will be expected to participate in daily practice (including morning practice on weekends).
The second part of the AYTTC will develop the student’s deeper practice on a pranic level. You will develop advanced pranayama practice to cleanse the nadis (energy channels) and learn how to release the inner blockages in chakras through chakra purification techniques. Advanced techniques of asana, pranayama, mudra and bandha, as well as various kriyas for cleansing the internal organs are the special contribution of this course
Finally, the course will also look at the Mind through different ancient trantric meditation and the techniques of kriya yoga meditation, which help cleanse & strengthen the manomaya kosha. We will also practice mantra chanting , selected part of yoga philosophy , basic & advanced yoga nidra.
We offer this course once every 2 years in India for a very limited and select number of students only. The daily schedule includes 7-8 hours of classes a day and every weekend is given to the student to develop personal practice or free time
06.00-06.30 – Meditation
06.30-09.00 - Classical Asana practice
09.00-10.00 – Breakfast
10.00-10.30 – Karma yoga
11.15-11.45 – Mantra Chanting
11.45–13.00– Advance practice:prayanama/
13.15–15.30 – Lunch & Rest
15.45–16.45 Teaching/Methodologyof practice/ Lecture
19.00–20.00 – Advance Asana Practice
20.00–21.00 – Dinner
Upon successful completion of the course, each student will receive a diploma in their area of study. Our diploma is a highly valued and internationally recognized certification presented by International Vasishta Yoga Research Foundation.
Course Dates & Location
11th Feb to 10th March, 2019.
Nr. Cochin, Kerala, South India
*Course fee 1600 Euros
(*includes food & accommodation)
The organisation and payment of flights to India is the responsibility of the student.
How to Apply
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