Formation de yoga Niveau 2

Advanced Training for Yoga Teachers in Tunisia This 300 Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course is for those students and teachers who have already successfully completed their 200 Hour Teacher Training and want to take their education to the next level. 300 hour yoga teacher training is 1 year. The Curriculum of the 300 Hours of Yoga course is a certified yoga teacher training course under the auspices of the International Yoga Alliance with the right to conduct classes in any country in the world. The course meets all the standards of the International Yoga Alliance and involves the presentation of the International Certificate to the participants, upon successful passing of the exams! A certified course implies a deeper immersion in the theory and philosophy of the Yoga discipline, and as a result, laying a solid foundation for mastering deep personal practice and teaching. This course can be the next step in your development as a serious yoga practitioner and teacher. It is the next step after completing a 200-hour yoga teacher course and is necessary for the systematic development of one's physical and mental knowledge and skills. The program was worked out in detail by our teachers, followers of the traditions of the ancient teachings of hatha yoga The main task is to maintain a balance between physical exercises, Hatha yoga style, and the development of theoretical knowledge and philosophy of yoga. Thanks to the practice of Pranayama, you will master new techniques of working with energy (including the chakra system), in Meditation classes, you will move to a qualitatively new level of working with the mind. Yoga Anatomy classes will help you understand the mysteries of the physical body, directly related to the subtle body and yoga practice, and the Asana Adjustment practice will help you individually approach the characteristics of the bodies of students, using knowledge of the body structure and Iyengar materials (belts, blocks, bolsters, etc.). ) As part of the 300-hour course, you will pass advanced asanas of Hatha Yoga, as well as delve into raja yoga Asana preparation program. Sequential movement to asanas of a high level of complexity through asanas of a basic / medium level of complexity and leading positions. Special training (training in asanas of a high degree of complexity for a practical exam for a master degree). Padmasana and asanas based on it: Ardha Padmasana, Ardha Padma Pashchimottanasana, Ardha Baddha Padma Pashchimottanasana, Supta Padmasana, Matsiasana (in Padmasana). Asanas for opening the hip joints: Kurmasana, Hanumanasana, Upavishta Konasana, Supta Padangushthasana, Utthita Hasta Padangushthasana, Crownchasana. Asanas for backbends: Urdha Dhanurasana Eka Pada Raja Kapotanasana, Eka Pada Setu Bandha Sarvangasana. Inverted asanas: Niralamba Sarvangasana, Pincha Mayurasana, Adho Mukha Vrikshasana, Shirshasana (without support), Viparita Karani (from Salamba Sarvangasana). Asanas for twisting: Parivritta Janu Shirshasana, Parshva Bakasana, Ardha Masyendrasana. Asanas for balances (on the arms): Bakasana, Eka Pada Kaudiniasana, Tolasana, Lolasana, Kukkutasana, Ashtavakrasana, Bhujapidasana Vinyasas: performing vinyasas with complex asanas, technique, features and safety rules for their performance. Bandhas. The art of holding the breath (kumbhaka). Performance, features, meaning of bandhas when performing complex asanas. Complexes for the preparation and strengthening of the shoulder girdle and muscle corset for performing asanas (Pincha Mayurasana, Adho Mukha Vrikshasana and others). Preparing for balances. Complexes: deep study of muscles and joints in stretching asanas (Hanumanasana, Samakonasana, Upavishta Konasana, Eka Raja Kapotasana and others). meditation practices. The main schools and their differences. Importance of meditation for yoga practice. Conscious and subconscious. Contemplative state in yoga practice. Mantras. Meaning. Possibility of application. Peculiarities. Pranayama (practice and theory) 1. Surya bhedasana 2. Candra bhedasana 3. Nadhi shodhana 4. Bhastrika 5. Kapalabhati 6. Antara kumbhaka 7. bhramari Yogic anatomy and physiology (in terms of yoga) Yoga anatomy. Centering the body through sadhana. The human body as a projection of the world. Therapeutic aspect of practice (fibromyalgia, myofascial syndrome, trigger points). 1. The structure and operation of the following joints of the human body: ankle joint, knee, hip joint, sacroiliac joint, spinal joints, shoulder, elbow, wrist. 2. Possible problems in the joints and in the spine. 1. The structure and work of organs and systems of the human body. 2. Potential health problems requiring practice modification. 1. Basic knowledge of practice modification using devices for people without serious health problems, 2. Ability to upgrade the program using materials for students with menstruation 3. Knowledge of the sequence recommended for women during menstruation 1. Ability to modify the sequence and postures for problems with the axial and accessory skeleton (spine, ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist). 1. The ability to modify the sequence and postures in case of problems with the internal organs and systems of the human body (thyroid gland, high, low blood pressure ... problems) 2. Work with pregnant women. Raja yoga. Philosophy and practice. The path and method of connecting with the Higher Self. Conceptual and Practical Understanding of Srimad Bhagavad Gita Patanjali Yoga Sutras, Upanishads, Vedas 1. Yama and niyama, as they manifest themselves in personal practice and training, Effects of yama, niyama, asanas, pranayama. Sutras 2.30 - 2-53. 2. The concept of chitta, 5 states of chitta (mudha, kshipta, vikshipta, ekagra, nirudha), types of chitta (Pancha vritti) Sutras 1.2-1.11 3. 5 obscurations of consciousness (kleshas) Sutras 2.3-2.9 4. Definition of bhakti, karma and jnanayoga 5. The concept of kriya yoga. Sutras 2.1-2.2 6. The concepts of Ishvara (Purusha Vishesh), purusha and prakriti 7. Sadhana and its types. (Bahiranga, Antaranga, Antaratma Sadhana) Sutras 3.7-3.8 8. Obstacles to yoga practice. Sutras 1.30-1.31 9. Abhyasa and Vairagya Sutras 1.12-1.16 10. Correlation between three types of sadhana, types of discipline and components of ashtanga yoga. Relationship between ashtanga yoga, kriya yoga, three types of sadhana and 4 paths. 11. Cosmology of nature. The concept of drishya and drashta. 5 gross elements (elements) panchamahabhuta, 5 subtle aspects - panchatanmatra. 5 organs of action. 5 organs of perception. The process of evolution and involution of nature. Three "sharirs". 5 body shells. Sutras 2.18 - 2.23 12. Karma theory according to Patanjali. Types of pain, cause of pain, how to avoid pain. Sutras 2.12- 2.17 13. The concept of conscience (viveka). The ability to discriminate. 7 states of awareness. Sutras 2.24- 2.27 14. The concept of Samyama. Transformation of Consciousness Sutras 3.1-3.9 15. How to bring the teachings of Patanjali and the Bhagavad Gita into the teaching of asanas and pranayamas 16. The concept of chitta, what chitta consists of, Sutra 1.2 Vedic physiology. Chakras. Thin bodies. Man as a complex set of various energy systems. Possibilities of yoga for their correction. Human and nature. Types of energies and their relationship with a person from the point of view of yoga. Wise. Meaning. Execution technique. Practical use. , Locks and gestures for directing energy Working with bandhas in asanas meditation practices. The main schools and their differences. Importance of meditation for yoga practice. Conscious and subconscious. Contemplative state in yoga practice. Practicing Various Meditation Techniques from Traditional Texts Dhyana (meditation - practice and theory) Advanced pratyahara - yoga nidra (practice and theory) Teaching methodology 1. The Role of the Yoga Teacher 2. Development of classes / sequence of asanas 3. Help and edits 4. Correction methods 5. Correct alignment and potential risks in yoga poses 6. Perfect class plan 7. Class structure Method of teaching The applied practices of yoga as a therapy are based on scientific research. 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Formation de yoga Niveau 2

  • Lieu : fityogaprof
  • Periode : Du 20-05-2023 Au 07-12-2024
  • Horaire : 10H00 -18H00


Vladimir Jandov

Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher based in Los Angeles