500 hour yttc
Tripaneer – Online RYT 500 Hour ATTC Course
Online RYT 500 Hour ATTC Course
Online Self-Paced 500 HOUR MULTI-STYLE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
Our 500-hour yoga teacher training course is a comprehensive, integrated course for becoming an advanced and versatile yoga teacher. You will be trained in multi-style yoga teaching: Advanced Hatha Yoga, Astanga Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga. The entire curriculum is designed to help you develop into a well-rounded and skilled yoga teacher.
The syllabus we have crafted for 500 Hour Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training course in Bangalore, India is immersive and intensive for aspirants who want to delve deeper into the philosophy and practices of yoga. This course not only helps you understand the subject of yoga intellectually, but we intend to incorporate the principles of yogic philosophy in class teaching which eventually helps both teacher and students to evolve at physical, mental and spiritual levels. The nuances of class teachings based on yogic principles and discussions on philosophical topics help streamline the approach and, experiences of yogic practices.
The 500-hour professional teacher training course is on par with international education standards for yoga teachers. After completing this programme, you can register as an advanced registered yoga teacher or RYT 500 with Yoga Alliance USA. You will have a proper understanding of the definition, meaning, history and background of yoga and yogic philosophy. You will also understand enough functional anatomy and physiology to be able to give safe classes to students of different ages, backgrounds and experience levels. You will also learn various principles, techniques, kinesiology, biomechanics, meditation and methods of concentration for yourself and to guide others in a safe practice.
BENEFITS OF THE 500-HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
500-Hour of training is the highest international standard for yoga teachers. After completing this program, you can register as an Advanced Yoga Teacher or RYT500 with Yoga Alliance. You will possess an in-depth knowledge of the history and origin of yoga asanas and yoga philosophy. You will also have extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology to teach safe classes to students of different ages, backgrounds, and experience levels. During this course, you will also learn different meditation and concentration techniques, and with your daily intensive yoga asana classes, improve your own practice to an entirely new level.
WHAT WILL BE COVERED?
Module 1: Hatha Yoga
Here you will learn Yogic breathing techniques (Pranayama), Yogic cleansing (Shatkarma), Yoga poses (asanas) and meditation in theory and practice. With deep understanding, you will also be instructed in the teaching methodology for Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (breath control) and Dhyana (meditation) so you can share your experience with your own students. Start your journey and explore your true potential with the help of yogic practice, which has been taught and followed by spiritual masters for centuries.
Module 2: Ashtanga Yoga
We teach our students basics of Ashtanga yoga and we guide them through the completely Ashtanga yoga primary series in a systematically way according to the Ashtanga yoga tradition which includes.
Module 3: Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Our 300 hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Course is an intensive program designed to give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach yoga classes based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series. Your yoga teacher training journey with us is as much about deepening your own practice as it is about gaining the skills to teach others.
Module 4: Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa Flow is a mind-body movement practice that combines dynamic flow, strengthening and stretching techniques, conscious breathing, mindful awareness, and relaxation in a comprehensive practice that aims to improve strength, stamina, balance, mobility, posture and body awareness while reducing tension, stress, and poor postural habits. Suitable for the general population, Vinyasa Flow can be modified to meet the needs of a wide range of participants and in a wide range of environments.
It is our aim that when you complete this program you will be able to clearly demonstrate each movement, guide the general participant safely through a balanced sequence of techniques, and instruct simple breath-work exercises. As well, we encourage each Vinyasa Flow instructor in demonstrating the philosophies of Vinyasa Flow in their practice, and professional and personal interactions.
Module 5: Yoga Therapy
An authentic yoga therapy teacher training practice. Yoga therapy course meant for those who wants to learn therapeutic approach of Yoga. Yoga has been ultimate healing and transformational science for centuries. Through Yoga therapy teacher training program we will look into common health issues we face today. We will address the health complaints of modern world, such as asthma, cardiovascular system, diabetes mellitus, Anxiety & depression, digestive disorders, back pain, joint and muscles problems.
Module 6: Yin Yoga
Yin Yoga is a slow paced and passive style of yoga practice where postures are practiced on the floor in a static way for an extended period of time ranging from two to five minutes. Yin Yoga TTC is programmed to maintain a perfect balance between body and soul while practicing yoga postures. You not only learn the basics, how different postures work on different parts of the body and how deep they impact while offering you relaxation but will also master the skills to impact this form of Yin Yoga to your students effectively.
Module 7: Restorative Yoga
Restorative Yoga Teacher training based on traditional classical Hatha yoga and contains elements of Iyengar, therapeutic Yoga. In this teacher training program, you will learn the art and skill of teaching Restorative Yoga. All aspects are addressed, including the physiology of relaxation, as well as the mental, emotional and physical effects of Restorative Yoga. You’ll learn everything you need to know in order to confidently sequence and teach Restorative Yoga online or in-person.
Module 8: Advanced Teaching Methodology
Adaptability practices for all levels Class Levels
Class Levels and Prerequisites
Group Dynamics in yoga and role of yoga teacher
Communication Skills in Teaching Yoga
Contraindications: Movement in Yoga
Essential Qualities of a Yoga Teacher
Ethics in Teaching and Touching
Partner Standing Observation
Principles of asana demonstration
Teaching Yoga – Observing Yoga Students during Classes
Voice and Language
Marketing a Yoga Business
Module 9: Techniques and Training
Alignment cues, touch and adjustment
Asana and its modification method
Asanas, Variations, and the Use of Props
The Arc Structure of Yoga Classes
Seven Principles of Hands on Adjustments
Common Yoga Injuries and How to Avoid Them
Practice Teaching Observation
Traditional and Modern hatha yoga
Philosophy and Principles of Sequencing
Traditional Approaches to Yoga Sequencing
Vata, Pitta and Kapha Yoga Sequencing
Elemental Yoga: An Airy Asana Sequence to Balance Kapha
Elemental Yoga: A Fire-Moving Yoga Practice for Pitta
Elemental Yoga: An Earthy Sequence to Ground Vata
Ayurvedic Yoga Sequencing
Yoga Sequences for Vata Dosha Balancing
Four Seasonal Yoga Sequence Concepts
Chakra yoga sequence
Module 10: Yoga, Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, & Bio-Mechanism
Respiratory system & Yoga for Asthma
Cardiovascular System and yoga
Anxiety & Depression
Musculo-Skeletal system & Yogic Management of Arthritis
Spinal cord & Yoga for back pain
Endocrine glands & Yoga for Diabetes Mellitus
Gastro-Intestinal system & Yoga for Gastro-Intestinal Disorder
Muscle fiber types
Aerobic (with oxygen) and Anaerobic (without oxygen) yoga
Types of Muscle Contractions
Biomechanics and Kinesiology
Module 11: Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics
Shad-Darshan (Six Schools of Indian Philosophy)
Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra
Hatha Yoga Pradipika
Application of yoga Philosophy in Daily Life
Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Isa Upanishad (Isavasya Upanishad)
Stress Management through Yoga
Understanding Vata, Pitta & Kapha
Principles and Practice of Nature Cure