TEACHER’S, YOGA TRAINING COURSE (sTYTC)
TEACHER’S, YOGA TRAINING COURSE (sTYTC)
Who should attend
Teachers teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools.
Objectives :-To train teachers working in Government and Private educational institutions for introducing yoga in schools & release the stress & fear among children.
|Pre-requisite/ Eligibility||Teachers teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools|
Duration of the course
- Total Course Duration :- 300Hrs
Minimum hours :-
- Theory & Practical – 60 hours
- Assignment- 20 hours
- Exam (Theory & Practical)-18 hours.
- (TYTC)Theory-1: Introduction to Yoga and its Streams – Credit 2
- Yoga its origin, history, meaning, definitions and misconceptions.
- Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga and Unity in Diversity.
- Raja yoga through patanjali yoga sutras
- Kriyas, Mudras and Bandhas
(TYTC)Theory-2: YOGA FOR TOTAL PERSONALITY DEV- 2 Credits
- Anatomy & Physiology – Modern and yogic perspectives.
- Yoga and personality Development.
- Yoga and Eye sight improvement.
- Yoga and Physical stamina Enhancement.
- Yoga and Voice culture.
- Yoga and Stress management.
(TYTC)Theory-3: YOGA FOR TOTAL PERSONALITY DEV-IYM 2 – Credit 2
- Concentration Development.
- Memory development course.
- IQ development.
- Creativity development.
- Ego and greed management.
- Anger management.
(TYTC)Practical -2: INTEGRATED YOGA MODULE 2 – Credit 2
- Concentration development course
- Memory development course
- IQ development
- Creativity development
- Anger management
- Ego and greed management
(TYTC)Practical -3: TEACHING TECHNIQUE – Credit 2
- Qualities of a teacher.
- Teaching methods in yoga
- Presentation and practice of teaching in
UAT 103—PSYCHOLOGY Manasa Shastra Psychology builds even further on the two prior topics to provide insight into the illuminating principle of the physical world: The mind and the subtle body. Each of the mental qualities is explored in depth, along with the various states of mind, mental illusions or sheaths, energetic bodies, energy centers or Chakras and subtle energies. Psychology also provides practical tools to create psychological balance, strengthen the life force and begin to live more actively in the present moment.
UAT 104—NUTRITION Ahara Vigyan Nutrition takes the information taught in the prior courses and begins the healing process with our food or nutrition. We are introduced to the unique concept of Agni, or the digestive fire, as well as the six tastes and their effect on the body. This class also provides students with the qualities, elements and energetic properties of over 150 fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, seeds, oils, animal products and sweeteners. Additionally, Nutrition discusses the importance of the five senses in the nutritional experience and describes over 35 well-loved Ayurvedic recipes with an interactive classroom cooking demonstration.
UAT 105—HERBOLOGY Dravya Guna Rasa Shastra Herbology extends Nutrition into the realm of therapeutic herbs. Comprehensive analysis of most modern and traditional herbs as well as the concepts of taste, potency, post-digestive effect, their qualities and effects on the body and how they can dramatically benefit your health.
UAT 106—YOGA Yoga Vigyan Yoga therapy describes several practices to bring the physical body into total alignment. Topics covered in-depth include postures to balance each body constitution, the science of breathing and mantra. The student will learn a comprehensive approach to the science of Yoga including its many branches and modalities.
UAT 107—BODYWORK Panchakarma Bodywork goes beyond the discipline of Yoga to provide a host of healing therapies that nourish the body and nurture the mind and spirit. These practices include detoxification from oral route, nasal route, and anal route etc. Bodywork identifies the different energy points and channels of the body and how their stimulation leads to healing and a host of health benefits. This class also describes how to prepare several therapeutic oil and herbal decoctions using ingredients from your own home.
UAT 108—MASSAGE TECHNIQUES AND MOVEMENTS Ayurvedic oil applications: Poorvakarma (Traditional Ayurveda treatments) Abhyanga, Siro dhara, Kaya seka, Pinda sweda etc with the specific technique to make the herbal oil act in the required way for therapeutic use.
UAT 110- DIETARY PREPRATIONS There are many restrictions which caome under the topic of dietary indications. After or during the ayurveda treatment few things are asked to take and few dietary items are asked to be avoided. Avoiding things are easy by consuming the herbal supplements at right time and in correct dosage is very important. Even the dosage and form of diet is very important for the treatment. All these topics are covered in this heading.
UAT 111- Practical Assignment in School campus Training under the supervision of the senior therapist of Ayurveda consultant to do herbal therapies.
UAT 112- Field Work Arogyadhama Posting at Ayurveda health centre to assist panchakarma and other ayurveda therapies to treat the patient.
- Total Course Duration- 6 months
- Holidays/vacations- Chinese new year- 10 days, Christmas / New year- 10 days and all calendar holidays of Singapore except Sundays
- Week days (Monday to Friday)
- Day Session- 10.00am to 3.00 pm (Lunch break- 1.00pm to 2 pm)
- Or Evening Session- 7.00pm to 10.00pm
- Saturdays Session- 9.00am to 2.30pm and 3.00pm to 8.30pm (Lunch break 12.30pm to 1.30 pm; DRT 2.30 to 3.00pm; Tea break 4pm to 4.30pm)
- Sundays Session- 8.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 7.00pm (Lunch break 1.00pm to 1.30 pm; DRT 1.30 to 2.00pm; Tea break 4pm to 4.30pm)
|REGULAR FACULTY||VISITING FACULTY|
Dr Satyam Tripathi
Course Principal & Director
Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Doctor of Medicine (MD)-Yoga & Rehabilitation
Dr Purnandu Sharma
Ayurveda-Yoga Therapy Consultant,
Ms. Ong Pei Jia, Monalisa
Certificate in Ayurveda Priciples (CAP)
Senior Yoga Therapist
Diploma in Yoga Therapy (DYT)
Dr Neeraja., BAMS, MSc (yoga)
Resident Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy Consultant
- NOTE : THAT COURSE FEES IS NON REFUNDABLE AND NON TRANSFERABLE IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
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