Sriyogapeeth yoga school SRI YOGA PEETH

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Syllabus

The Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is the dynamic flow of various Hatha Yoga Aasanas. The real purpose of Hatha Yoga is to help an individual reach on to the stage of “Sthiram Sukham Aasanam” (Stable and Comfortable position of Sitting) as told by Sage Patanjali so that subject can meditate without any physical limitations. In Hatha Yoga Pradipika also in the very first couple of verses the aim of Hatha Yoga is told to make person prepared and able to reach in Raj Yoga i.e. meditation. Hatha yoga enhances health, wellness and builds strength for this purpose. But being overly flexible and associated with good shape and body type is not the purpose of Hatha yoga. Here the students will be introduced to a number of Hatha Yoga Aasana with the purpose of getting good health and make a disease free body. At the same time students will be asked to understand the therapeutic benefits of each of these Aasanas so that they can be utilized for advancing the good health of practitioners and their family members and society. Following asanas will be taught and practiced in the Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga.



1. Parshvava Chakrasana – Sidebending Pose 2. Tadasan A & B – Palm Tree Pose A & B
3. Vrikshasan – Tree Pose 4. Utkatasan – Chair Pose
5. Trikonasan – Triangle Pose 6. Padahastasan – Hands to Feet Pose
7. Garudhasan – Eagle Pose 8. Natarajasan – Shiva Dancing Pose
9. Shirsha Padangushthasan – Head to Big Toe Pose 10. Parivatrita Trikonasan – Reverse Triangle Pose
11. Uttanpadasan – Raising Feet Pose 12. Ardha Pavanmuktasan – Half Gas Release Pose
13. Pavanmuktasan – Gas Release Pose 14. Viprit Karani –
15. Kandhrasan – Shoulder Pose 16. Setubandhasan – Bridge Pose
17. Matsyasan A – Fish Pose A 18. Naukasan – Boat Pose
19. Sarvangasan – Shoulder Stand 20. Matsyasan B – Fish Pose B
21. Salabhasan – Locust Pose 22. Viprit Naukasan – Inverted Boat Pose
23. Bhujangasan – Cobra Pose 24. Dhanurasan – Bow Pose
25. Vakrasan – Twisting Pose 26. Janushirasan – Nose to Knee Pose
27. Vajrasan – Strong/Thunderbolt Pose 28. Mandukasan – Frog Pose
29. Uttan Mandukasan – Raising Frog Pose 30. Supta Mandukasan – Sleeping Frog Pose
31. Ushtrasan – Camel Pose 32. Yoga Mudra A
33. Vadha Gomukhasan – Bound Cow Face Pose 34. Supta Vajrasan – Sleeping Thunderbolt Pose
35. Paschimottasan – Seated Forward Bend 36. Simhasan – Lion Pose
37. Ardhmatsyendrasan – Half Fish Lord Pose 38. Shirshasan – Head Stand Pose
39. Ardha Chandrasan – Half Moon Pose 40. Majariasana – Cat and Cow Pose
41. Uthitha Parsvakonasan – Extended Side Angle 42. Parshvaottanasana – Intense Side Stretch
43. Halasana – Plow Pose 44. Chakrasana – Wheel Pose
45. Karnpidhasan – Knee to Ear 46. Crocodile Practices (4 Variations)
47. Yoga Mudra B 48. Gomukhasana – Cow Face Pose
49. Poorna Matsyendrasana – Full Fish Lord Pose 50. Mayurasana – Peacock
51. Kukkutasana – Rooster Pose 52. Uttana Kurmasana – Raising Tortoise Pose
53. Padma – Bakasana – Lotus Crane Pose 54. Baddha -padmasana – Bound Lotus Pose
55. Akarnadhanurasana – Archer Pose 56. Ugrasana – Ferocious Pose
57. Parvatasana – Mountain Pose 58. Tolangulasana – Scale Pose
59. Virasana – Hero Pose 60. Sankatasana – Comtracted Pose
61. Garbhasana – Womb Pose 62. Bhadrasana – Gracious Pose
63. Kapotasana – Pigeon Pose 64. Ekpadaskandhasna – Foot Behind the Head.Pose
65. Vatayanasana – Horse Pose 66. Padmasana – Lotus Pose
67. Siddhasana – Accomplished Pose 68. Swastikasana – Prosperous Pose
69. Shavasana – Corpse Pose 70. Makarasana – Crocodile Pose


Philosophy

The following topics are explored in philosophy:

  1. Meaning of yoga according to Yoga Sutra and Geeta, concepts, history
  2. Eight paths of yoga including:
    • Jnana
    • Raja
    • Bhakti
    • Karma Yoga
    • Hatha Yoga
    • Kundalini
    • Laya
    • Mantra
  3. Ashtanaga Yoga of Patanjali
  4. Panch kosha (five layers or sheaths over consciousness)
    • Annamaya kosha (physical sheath) – Gross body – Conscious state
    • Pranamaya kosha (energy sheath) – Subtle body – Subconscious state
      • Prana (bioplasmic energy)
      • Panch-prana (five vital airs)
      • The chakra system, its qualities, activating and balancing techniques
      • Energy or nadi system
      • Kundalini
    • Manomaya Kosha
      • Meditation: introduction, practices, meditation and mind
    • Vijnanamaya kosha (intuitive sheath) – Wisdom
    • Ananadmaya kosha (bliss sheath) – Causal body – Unconscious state
  5. Samaadhi


Pranayama Syllabus

The practice of Pranayama is very necessary for calming down the mind. The pranayama practices also become the basis of various meditation techniques. Here the pranayama will be taught with great care so students learn the process and get better at their practices. All the following techniques will be taught initially in a beginner manner without ‘Kumbhaka’ (retention of breath) and slowly they will be encouraged to do it with ‘Kumbhaka’ on advanced levels. The following techniques will be covered:


  1. Anuloma Viloma, Nadi Shodhan
  2. Bhramari
  3. Ujjayi
  4. Suryabhedena
  5. Shitali
  6. Chandrabhedana
  7. Sitkari
  8. Theory of Murccha
  9. Bhastrika
  10. Kalpalbhati


Kriyas(Cleansing process)

  1. Jala neti
  2. Sutra neti
  3. Kapalbhati
  4. Agnisara
  5. Trataka
  6. Shankhaprakshlana


Teaching methods Syllabus

  1. Style
  2. Age group
  3. Level
  4. Demonstration
  5. Adjustment
  6. Instruction
  7. Seating arrangement
  8. Alignment


Anatomy and Physiology

  1. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
  2. Digestive System
  3. Respiratory System
  4. Cardiovascular System
  5. Musculoskeletal System

About Us

Sri Yoga Peeth is a yoga and meditation school in Rishikesh. We are organizing retreat programs and teacher training program for yoga.

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