100 Hrs Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training

100 Hrs Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh, India - Yogaadi

Yoga is a complex subject that requires a lot of study, practice, and conversation to master. Practising yoga on a daily basis is essential to acquiring the abilities, retaining flexibility in postures, and reaching the full potential of yoga. Yogaadi has designed a 100 Hour Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh for all those interested in yoga, no matter their level of experience. The 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, which spans two weeks, provides a completely new perspective on yoga. In an effort to promote yoga throughout the country, Our yoga teacher training program is guided by some of the most experienced yoga teachers in the country.

Significance Of The Ayurveda Yoga Learning at Yogaadi

As part of the 100 Hrs Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training Program, you will learn how to incorporate both Ayurveda and Yoga into your teaching and personal life. This program offers 100 hours of Continuing Education Credits and the capacity to develop yoga sessions that incorporate Ayurvedic teachings. This training will also prepare you to deliver Ayurvedic lifestyle advice to your pupils.

As part of this course, we cover the essentials of Ayurveda, including its philosophy and numerous kriyas, medications, and body detoxification through Ayurveda. Ayurvedic medicines for various diseases and bodily care are themes covered in this course. Ayurveda is applied to the human body through several kriyas. With Nadi Sodhan, Pranayam, Neti, and other kriyas, we teach the concept of bodily well-being. To reap the full benefits of yoga, these Ayurvedic kriyas must be combined.

100 Hrs Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training - Course Outline

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is well-liked because it gives a wide range of options, tests our physical and mental stamina, and is an excellent kind of cardiovascular exercise.

  • Recitation Or Chanting Of mantra – We teach you mantras from Upanishads and slokas on Gods
  • Yoga Postures Or Asanas – These include the popular Surya Namaskar (Sun salutation) and Chandra Namaskar (Moon salutation), the animals poses like Kukkutasana or rooster pose, Sarpasana or snake pose, Garudasana or eagle pose and Shalabhasana or locust pose, the famous Dhanurasana or bow pose, naukasana or boat pose and the head stand (Sirshasana) and shoulder stand (Sarvangasana) and the Virabhadrasana or warrior pose.
  • Pranayam (Breathing Practices) – “Pranayama” means “breath control.” “Prana” is the Sanskrit word for “breath” or “vital energy” in the body. Prana signifies the pranic energy responsible for life or life force on a subtle level, while “ayama” denotes control. Pranayama literally means “breath control.” We teach you the different types of pranayam (Bhastrika Pranayama, Bhramari Pranayama and Nadi Shodhana Pranayama) and breathing practices like Kapalbhati and Ujjayi Breath.
100 Hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Course
  • Yoga Nidra (Psychic Sleep) – Yoga Nidra translates to “yogic sleep.” It is a centuries-old method in which the practitioner achieves deep levels of conscious relaxation. It is a method of transferring awareness from our outward environment to our inner world in a systematic way. It induces deep sleep that rests our senses, brain, and mind.We teach you mastering the art of basic relaxation, tension relaxation and full body relaxation.
  • Yoga Philosophy or Yoga Darshana – Puranas, Sanatana Dharma, Vedas, Life’s Four Objectives, The Four Life Stages, Duties in the Vedic System, Indian Philosophy’s Six Systems, Yog Sutras of Patanjali, Afflictions of the mind, Citta Vritti are the various topics you shall learn in this study of foundation of the practice of Yoga.
  • Yoga Cleansing Practices – Neti, Kapal Bhati, Dhauti, Basti (Enema), Nauli, and Trataka are the six cleansing procedures. At Yogaadi you get to learn the Jalaneti Satkarma or nasal cleaning with salt water, Rubber Neti or cleaning with rubber string and Agnisar Kriya.
  • Ayurveda – Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical practise that dates back over 3,000 years. Ayurveda combines the Sanskrit terms ayur (life) and veda (science) (science or knowledge). As a result, Ayurveda means “knowledge of life.” This study includes The sister sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda, this ancient Indian system of natural healing, the Ayurveda Fundamentals, the Five-Elements Concept (Pancha Mahabhuta) and the 7 Body Elements (vata, pitta, and kapha) (Sapta Dhatu), the Mala’s concept (Waste Products).
  • Meditation or Dhyana – On a spiritual level, Dhyana or meditation practise aids in the development of self-awareness, seeking answers, intuition, insight, and so on. This course comprises Meditation on Breath Awareness, Meditation Trataka Meditation chanting AUM and Meditation in a Dynamic Environment.
  • Anatomy and Physiology – Teachers will be able to understand and recognise the primary bones, muscles, joints, and movements of the body, as well as how they function. Teachers will learn how to move their bodies and maintain good posture during yoga poses using this functional anatomy. This includes the study of Respiratory System Digestive System, Nervous System Circulatory System, Organs of the Endocrine System Bodily systems and the Nadis and Chakras.
  • Methodology and practice of Ayurvedic Massage. How to prepare for a massage, assess massage needs and requirements, the contraindications and benefits of Ayurveda massage, how to appropriately and professionally give an Ayurveda massage, aftercare guidance, and how to advise for follow-up appointments; the oils to use to balance and purify each dosha, as well as how to apply oil. And the points for healing massage, the pressure points/marma points – and how to use them safely and efficiently to provide the finest massage experience in order to promote healing and overall health and well-being.
  • Teaching Methodology – This is a very important part of learning for future yoga practitioners. We have incorporated the learning of building friendship and trust, positive and conscious communication, management of time, a teacher’s abilities in class, how to use your voice, preparation for teaching on a mental and emotional level, class preparation and step-by-step design of the class structure.

What Makes Yogaadi Most Prefered in Rishikesh India

  • We practise Himalayan ancient traditional yoga.
  • We are located in Rishikesh, in a tranquil, serene, and lovely area.
  • We are located on the Ganga River’s bank, in the lap of Mother Ganga.
  • All techniques and theories are included in the curriculum.
  • We have experienced teachers who work under the supervision of experts.
  • Courses- We provide a variety of vital courses.
  • Experiences- To date, our school has trained a large number of yoga teachers from all over the world.
  • Spirituality- We base our education on spiritual activities.
  • One of our main goals with Kundalini-based training is to awaken our pupils’ dormant energy.

Winding Up

The goal of the Yogaadi, the Best School in Rishikesh is to teach Ayurveda and Yoga at the same time! That is the basis of our 100 Hour Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training Course.

There are also the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training, 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training, and 500-hour yoga teacher training programs at Yogaadi which include a 100-hour yoga teacher training component. Our yoga school in India is a popular place for spiritual teachers to meet with students from all over the world who want to learn about yoga on and off the mat. Yogaadi’s skilled teachers teach Yoga and Ayurveda in a way that you get the best benefit from all three at the same time.

We can’t wait to welcome you in the homeland of Yogaadi

Our 100 Hour Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training is suitable for all levels. On top of that, you can choose between different room types and add spa treatments for your well-being.

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