300 Hours of yoga Teacher Training
Ashta Siddhi Yoga offers 300 Hours of Advanced Yoga Educator Preparation Program. Join our Yoga Union Universally endorsed school for cutting edge multi-style Hatha and Ashtanga 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training classes to get 500 hours Teacher Training Certificate. This Course is great for understudies of all dimensions and in addition for educators who have completed their 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training at Ashta Siddhi Yoga,
Our 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course (YTTC) is a multi week serious program of concentration intended to broaden your effectively existing information and establishment of Yoga. Candidates must have formally completed a 200 Hours Yoga TTC in any style with a true objective to enroll as a learner to pursue a more advanced course and professional investigation into the transformative power of yoga: in Body, Mind and Soul. The body is an impressive articulation of geometry and taking your insight into a leading arrangement will empower you to work with new and experienced students alike in a more specific way.
- In depth study and analysis of Asana including Proper Posture, Variations, Adaptations combined with Learning how to reduce the menace of Grievance and Hands on the adjustments)
- Learning the Art of Formulation along with modifications in class
- Correct Observations regarding the Angles Connected to a Posture
- Learning how to use props to aid practice
- Learning of Command via Voice Accent
- Pose Learning with their respective Sanskrit Names
- Confidence-Building measurements by practicing
- Basis of Anatomy-i.e. Physiology and Psychology through Yogic Science.
- Yoga Ideas, Philosophy and Hypothesis
On the off chance that you look forward about the course, at that point this is the best decision. Since the commencement of the 200, 300 & 500 Hour Teacher Training Courses, we have seen an ever increasing number of individuals joining the course. Most of Our Alumni have successfully managed to become Victorious Yoga Teachers who are spreading knowledge all across the world and making Ashta Siddhi Yoga Proud. This program makes one learn the Core Techniques and Styles of Yoga. This program also inculcates Practices and Principles to help make the candidate a sound Yoga Teacher.
Syllabus of 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course
Traditional and Dynamic Meditation Technique
Scientists usually allocate all types of meditation, depending upon the manner in which they center consideration, into two classifications: Focused Attention and Open Monitoring. In Yoga we have introduced a third method: Effortless Presence.
Focused attention meditation
Focusing the attention on a single process during the whole Meditation Session. This process may be the Breath, a Mantra, Visualization, can be a part of the Body, External Object, etc. As the student propels, his ability to keep the Flow of Attention in the process gets stronger, and diversions become less common and short-lived. Both the Depth and Stability of his attention are Developed.
Examples of these are Samatha (Buddhist Meditation), some forms of Zazen, Loving Kindness Meditation, Chakra Meditation, Kundalini Meditation, Sound Meditation, Mantra Meditation, Pranayama etc…
OM Yogic Meditations isn’t one kind of reflection which is “Yogic Meditation”, so here it is implied that there are few contemplation types instructed in the yoga custom.Yoga means “Union”. Tradition goes as far as 1700 B.C, and still has its highest goal in achieving Spiritual Purification and Self-Knowledge. Classical Yoga divides the practice into Rules of Conduct (Yamas and Niyamas), Physical Postures (Asanas), Breathing Exercises (Pranayama), and Contemplative Practices of Meditation (Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi)
How to do it
Here are some types of Meditations practiced in Yoga. The most common and universal one is the “Third Eye Meditation”.
Third Eye Meditation — Focusing the attention on the “The Temple between the Eyebrows” It is also called “Ajna Chakra”. The attention is constantly altered to this point, in order to develop a calm mind. By the time the “Muted Gaps” between thoughts get wider and deeper. Sometimes this is accompanied by physically “Looking”, with Eyes Closed, towards that temple.
Chakra Meditation – The practitioner concentrates on one of the Seven Chakras of the body (“Centers of Energy”), typically doing some Visualizations and Chanting a Specific Mantra for each chakra (lam, Vam, Ram, Yam, Ham, Om). Most commonly it is done on the Heart chakra, Third Eye, and Crown Chakra.
Gazing Meditation (Trataka) – Fixing the gaze on an External Object, typically a Candle, Image or a Symbol (Yantras). It is done with Eyes Open, and then with Eyes Closed, to train both the Concentration and Visualization Powers of the Mind. After Closing the Eyes, the image of the object placed should be there in the “Mind’s Eye”
Kundalini Meditation – This is a very complex system of practice. The goal is the renewal of the “Kundalini Energy” which lies lurking on the base of the Spine, the evolvement of several Psychic Centers in the Body, and, finally, Enlightenment. There are several dangers associated with this practice, and it should not be attempted without the guidance of a Qualified Yogi.
Kriya Yoga – It is a set of Energization, Breathing, and Meditation exercises taught by Paramahamsa Yogananda. This is increasingly appropriate for the individuals who have a reverential personality, and are looking for the Spiritual parts of Meditation.
Sound Meditation (Nada Yoga) – Concentration on the sound. Starts with meditation on “Exterior Sounds”, such as Sedative Circulatory Music (like Native American Flute Music), whereby the student focuses all his attention on just Hearing, which helps in Calming and Compiling the Mind. By that time the practice evolves to Hearing the “Internal Sounds” of the Body and Mind. The ultimate goal is to hear the “Ultimate Sound” (Para Nada), which is a sound without Vibration, and that manifests as “OM”.
The main objective of our courses is to allow you to develop a Self-Practice both Spiritually and Physically in each of the areas listed below. The modules are categorised into 5 areas:
- Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices
- Yoga Philosophy
- Yogic Lifestyle
- Teaching Methodology and Practice
- Read more about yoga