What is yoga therapy?
Yoga therapy is based upon the ancient Indian traditional belief about human Existence. According to this philosophy, human existence is comprised of five layers called Pancha kosha. The five layers are:
Annamaya kosha - the physical body
Pranamaya kosha - the energetic body
Manomaya kosha- the mental body
Vijnanamaya kosha –the intuitive body
Anandamaya kosa – the bliss body.
Each kosha has unique features and therefore requires a dedicated set of practices and techniques for balancing it. A disturbance in any one of the koshas tends to bring out imbalances in the other koshas. Likewise, a beneficial effect or healing in any one of the koshas, will have a corresponding beneficial healing in all other koshas.
Yoga therapy cultivates total body-mind integration and has very specific techniques for each of the five koshas, which help to balance and integrate them. Yoga therapy is applicable to a great variety of increasingly common modern day conditions such as Back pain, Asthma, Heart diseases, Spondylitis, Migraine, Anxiety, Depression etc. This is something that Western medicine all its advances, has been unable to achieve; serving to treat symptoms only, but not the underlying or root cause of the disease. Comparatively, the practice of yoga delves deep down throughout all the layers to finally reach the root cause of the disease process. It is only from this place that true physical, mental and emotional healing can begin to take place. The result of successful yoga therapy is the fully balanced personality, totally free from diseases and ill health.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a diploma in their area of study. Our diploma is a highly valued and internationally recognized certification presented by the International Vasishta Yoga Research Foundation.
India-11th Feb to 10th March ,2018
Course fee(India) 1600 Euro
(including food & accomodation)
Science of Illness
Therapeutic Description of Panchakosa
based on yoga therapy
Clinical record maintenance
Signs and Symptoms
PET – Pranic Energization Technique
CY – Cyclic Meditation.
Therapeutic use of Props .
Therapeutic Healing with Mudras
Therapeutic Technique with Kriya
Description of chakras
Mantra for Healing
06.00–06.30–Prayer and Meditation
13.15–15.30–Lunch & Rest
17.00–18.30–Practice based on Therapy
20.00–20.30–Trataka/ other activities