Advanced Yoga Therapy Teacher Training Program (200 Hrs) is designed for Yoga Teachers (TTC 200/TTC 300) who wants to expand their knowledge to the practical use for curing diseases. It is a very important program so that student can easily understand what they need to do when they will come across patients with a particular disease.
It is a must program for Yoga Teachers as it gives them deep insights on how Yoga can treat various physical illness for their students or clients. It is important that everyone should use yoga in daily life than just knowing it at minds level. This course is best suitable for Yoga practitioners, Yoga Therapist, Physiotherapist, Sports Therapist, Physical Education Teachers, and Fitness instructors of all levels & Practitioners who are looking for a solid foundation in Yoga therapy and its applications.
A practical approach is needed in day to day life for the knowledge we do acquire. Curriculum for this Advanced Yoga Therapy Teacher Training program is designed such that it will clear doubts from Yoga Teachers mind about what action has to take place when they come across certain diseases for their students or patients.
Foundation of Yoga Therapy
Understanding Mind, Body, Samskara & Soul from a Yoga perspective
Physical health with respect to Yoga in relation to koshas.
Understanding the framework for health and illness – body & mind integration
Addressing the need for deeper and comprehensive healing
Understanding various therapeutic models (Samkhya, Tri-Dosa, etc.)
Ayurvedic guidelines for wellness and healing; Nutrition guidelines;
Basics of Yoga Therapy
Therapeutic Effects of Asanas, Pranayams, Kriyas, Mudras, Bandhas, Chanting and Meditation.
Effects of imbalance of Chakras, Nadis in Yoga Therapy.
Yogic lifestyle and health (Yamas and Niyamas).
Effects and meaning of prayer, chanting and Bhakti yoga in Yoga Therapy.
Therapeutic benefits of Karma Yoga.
Therapeutic benefits of Yoga Asanas.
Therapeutic benefits of basic Pranayamas.
Therapeutic benefits of Silence (Maun).
Therapeutic benefits of Yogic Cleanliness (Shauch).
Therapeutic benefits of Meditation.
Basic understanding of teaching methodology.
Therapeutic benefits of Science of Mantra and Meditation.
Blood and Immune System
Excretory System and temperature regulation
Central Nervous System
Yoga & Psychology
Bhakti Yoga for Diseases
Integral Approach to Yoga Therapy
Sankhya Yoga (25 elements)
Seer, Seen & Divine
The framework of Health & Diseases
Prakrti/Vikrti (Dosha constitution at birth/imbalance of the dosha currently expressed in the body)
Ama (undigested food, emotions, etc. accumulated in the body)
Agni (internal fire(s) and their contribution to health)
Vayus in the Body
Development/evolution of disease (samprapti [pathogenisis], including but not limited to direction, intensity, onset, and duration and their influence on the ease or difficulty of healing and disease management.
Yoga Therapy Tools
Meditation & relaxation techniques such as Bhavana, visualization, mantra
Yogic dietary life
Yoga Therapy Applications
Ability to elicit the goals, expectations, and aspirations of the client/student.
Ability to integrate information from the intake, evaluation, and observation to develop a working assessment of the client’s condition, limitations, and possibilities.
Ability to apply knowledge of how to determine which aspects of the client/student’s conditions, goals, and aspirations might be addressed through yoga therapy.
Ability to identify priorities and set both long- and short-term goals with the client/student.
Ability to apply knowledge of purification, and strengthening strategies.
Knowledge of how to choose and prioritize the use of yoga tools and techniques, including selecting, sequencing, adapting, and modifying yoga practices appropriate to the needs of clients.
Practicing effective, client/student-centered communication based upon a respect for, and sensitivity to, individual, familial, cultural, social, ethnic, and religious factors.
Gathering feedback, re-assess, and refine the practice and to determine short-term and long-term goals and priorities
Diseases & Yoga Therapy
Gall Bladder Disorder
Strict Rules :
It is mandatory that the student will follow the rules. The course is based on connecting self with Nature and Divine & thus the student has to follow some rules as mentioned.
The student will stop talking with anyone in the last 6 days of the course.
They will not use even Phone/Laptop/Any electronics gadget in the last 3 days of course & student will completely concentrate on meditation & deep consciousness and will be away from any modern days gadgets which will keep them in the non-reality/virtual world.
Away from alcohol, smoking and any kind of drugs during the course.
Keep celibacy during the course.
Stay a simple life in every way.
A certificate will be awarded to each successful student.
Fee for the Advanced Meditation Program is 1499$ for students. Students can register themselves to the program by paying 300$ (+90$ for PayPal Processing) and the remaining amount can be paid on the first day of arrival.
The student needs to send the receipt/screenshot after the payment. Note that, the registration fee is non-refundable & non-transferrable.
Please Note that non-residential course is conducted in Anahata Spiritual Centre, Nasik. Students can stay at their convenience. In this case, food & accommodation will be taken care of by the student.
Accommodation will be in nature & it will be simple to follow the course flow.
The food will be strictly vegetarian with one breakfast, lunch & dinner. Dinner will be simple & light for digestion according to the requirements of the program.
Personal Guidance :
Personal guidance for medical problems using Yoga, Meditation, Herbal Techniques, Ayurveda are available for students. Physical body detoxification using Panchkarma is also available for the one who is interested in detoxifying the body.
A good collection of books in the library is a valuable source for students to gain more knowledge. It includes books on meditation, yoga, pranayama, spiritual knowledge, Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Puranas, Vedas, Upanishads, etc.
Why Shirpur :
Nashik is often called Dakshin Kashi and is one of the holiest cities for Hindus. Kumbha Mela is the world’s largest religious fair and held once after 12 years at Prayag, Haridwar, Ujjain, and Nashik. Nasik has a huge ancient connection