900 Hours Advanced Teacher Training Course

Four Months Teacher Training Course ( 900 Hours Advance Teacher Training Course- ATTC) – Yoga Certification Board (YCB), Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, RYT 900.

 

Online 900 hrs, Duration – Four Months TTC, 28th June 2021 to 16th October 2021,  Mon to Sat- Both the time slots are mandatory. Morning: 7:00 am to 9:00 am (IST) & Evening:  4:30 pm to 8:00 pm (IST).  On all Sundays there will be a holiday. (English)

 

Fees- INR 75,000 (Inclusive of course fee and study material) admission link 

 

Enroll to become a successful RYT – Registered Yoga Teacher from a verified RYS-Registered Yoga Institute. The Yoga Institute is one of the oldest and most reputed institutes

 

Why 900 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course Is Most Popular Choice Online?

 

The Yoga Institute is at the forefront of yoga teacher training courses or TTCs since 1954. The 900 Hours Advanced Teacher Training Course trains students to teach Yoga to all age groups, and in the management of various diseases. Highly trained teachers conduct this course. You can avail of the triple certification benefit.

 

  • The Yoga Institute is recognised by the Government of India (Ministry of AYUSH – YCB) and is the first Yoga school to be accredited after the AYUSH – QCI scheme was launched.
  • The course conforms to the syllabus of Level 3 – Yoga Teacher YCB scheme– mentored by AYUSH (Government of India). Once The Yoga Institute’s exams are successfully cleared by the students/participants they are eligible to appear for AYUSH level 3 exams.
  • This is RYT 500 hour course, fully accredited with the Yoga Alliance USA and the participant is eligible to apply on Yoga Alliance site as Register Yoga Teacher once The Yoga Institute’s exams are successfully cleared by the students/participants.
  • Yoga Certification Board (YCB), Ministry of AYUSH and Yoga Alliance, USA.

 

Who are eligible to apply for the course?

Anyone can enroll without prior experience of yoga. You can avail of the triple certification benefit and are eligible to teach not only in India but any part of the globe. Open to all – minimum age 18 years and above.

 

What is the duration of the course?

Duration of the course is Four Months online. Lectures will be conducted online from Monday to Saturday in two time slots- i.e. Morning: 7:00 am to 9:00 am (IST) & Evening:  4:30 pm to 8:00 pm (IST). Holiday on all Sundays. Attending both the time slots is mandatory.

 

What is the medium of instructions?

All lectures will be in English for the 900 Hours Advanced Teacher Training Course and students are expected to be fluent in speaking, reading, and writing the language.

 

What does the course include?

900 hours Advanced Teacher Training Course (ATTC) – syllabus provides a strong base and in-depth study of classical asthanga yoga (Eight fold path yoga.) Course includes yoga philosophy with a comprehensive approach to science and technology of yoga. Designed and intended by Founder Shri Yogendraji, Smt. Sita Devi Yogendra, Dr Jayadeva Yogendra and Dr. Hansaji J Yogendra as a Life School for everyone.

 

After successfully completing the course, ATTC certificate holders will be qualified to conduct Yoga sessions for

  • normal healthy individuals and groups,
  • for people with minor ailments or disorders and
  • for people, under the guidance of qualified medical practitioners, undergoing treatment for any physiological, psychological and psychosomatic diseases/conditions.

 

900 hours Advanced Teacher Training Course (ATTC) includes  the six topics covered are:

  • Six Themes – The Topic of the Month or TOM
  • History and Background of Yoga
  • Modern Physical Approach and the Impact of Materialism.
  • Technology of Yoga
  • Mystics, Mysticism, and Yoga
  • Yoga Ideology
  • Yoga way of life – Evaluation- These themes provide the general direction to each segment of the course. Together they equip the learner with the holistic nature of the Art, Science and Culture of Yoga. It also aims at making Yoga relevant in modern times just as much as in the archival times when it originated.

 

  • Sage Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras – Conceptual learning and corresponding perceptions developed through the study of Patanjali Yoga Darshana. The focus is on the concept and one or two key sutras. Some of the key concepts covered are: Vrittis, abhyasa-vairagya, Ishwarpranidhana, etc. Students will also be called upon to present their work/understanding of the sutras etc.

 

  • Samkhya– Includes 72 Karikas of Ishvarakrishna and commentary of Vachaspati Mishra (Tattwa Kaumudi) is covered. The concepts of the Purusha and Prakriti, etc. are studied in detail.

 

  • Bhagwada Gita– Selected shlokas from the Bhagwad Gita and application in daily life will be covered. This is to be treated as a part of Yoga Psychology in Theory and practice.

 

  • Bhavas of Buddhi – Basis of Yoga Education- A detailed study of eight traits (Bhavas) of buddhi acquired due to influence of Trigunas on Buddhi included.

 

  • Hathyoga Pradipika & Gheranda Samhita– Introduction to ancient scriptures of Hatha Yoga texts, traditions, their principles, techniques, etc.

 

  • Psychology sessions include- Concepts of cognition, perception, Theories of cognition and non-cognition, Personality traits and classification etc.

 

  • Anatomy, Physiology and Yoga and Health Management – The knowledge of the various body systems, role of Yoga in management of the disease conditions etc. will be covered.

 

  • Yogic Diet. The different diets and its effects on the anatomy and physiology, Yogic diet – a lacto vegetarian, sattvic approach to food etc. is covered.

 

  • Yoga techniques. Asanas, pranayamas, kriyas etc.

 

  • Public Speaking Classes

 

  • Communication, Methodology Of Teaching & Practice Teaching etc.

 

The programme also consists of experiential learning of unique techniques & concepts pioneered by the founders of our Institute.

Click here to download syllabus

 

How will the classes be conducted online?

Application: This session will be conducted via the Zoom app

Zoom Meeting (download Zoom Cloud Meeting App from Google Play Store or App Store, or for Desktop. Links are given below

Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=us.zoom.videomeetings

Apple – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id546505307

Desktop – https://zoom.us/support/download

After installing Sign up for a free account using email id Meeting ID and Password will be provided one day prior to each session on email by The Yoga Institute.

 

To Join Meeting: Click on Join Meeting at the start time of each session. Enter the Meeting ID and Password provided on mail by The Yoga Institute. The password will be different for every session. Please mention your NAME before joining the meeting, when asked by the system.

 

*Please Note:  Sharing class or the link or log in with another person is prohibited. Any additional login will deny you the continuity in the sessions. All rights reserved with the institute. You will be liable to pay the decided penalty.

 

What are online guidelines for students/participants during online class?

 

  • Pre-requisites: Knowledge of written and spoken English is a must. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Avoid a full breakfast just before the asana sessions and as directed by teachers or coordinators. Keep a time gap of at least two to three hours between the meal and the start of the session. Keep fruit or dry fruit handy before the session to energise if required. Keep a notepad and pen handy to take notes. Good internet connectivity and speed.

 

  • During the class: Select a place in your house where there are no disturbances during the session. No movement of your family members in and out of the space utilised to attend the session. This should be strictly followed. Preferably the door may be kept closed during the session.

 

Attendance: A student is required to have a minimum 80% attendance, failing which he or she cannot appear for the Institute exam. In such cases, students would be denied certification. All classes need to be compulsorily attended.

You cannot turn off the video unless instructed or permitted otherwise by coordinator or teacher. Kindly keep all devices including your device volume on mute. Only Zoom app volume should be on.

Your attendance will be monitored regularly.

 

*No requests for recordings or sharing of the session shall be granted.

 

Questions & Answers Sessions: The last 5 to 10 minutes is to be kept aside for question & answer. The interaction with participants will be coordinated by the teacher taking the class online. Please await the cue from the teacher to engage in questions & answers. Please use the Raise Hand option and chat option, of Zoom Meeting, to share your views or questions when the time is provided for the same by the teacher.

 

Recording Policy of TYI – Recording Policy of TYI -The Institute retains all rights to record the live interactive sessions for their internal usage & quality purposes. These recordings are strictly for the institute and the data is stored securely in a manner that reasonably protects it from misuse and loss and from unauthorized access, modification or disclosure. Students are prohibited from recording these live sessions. We will not share any recordings with the students.

 

Do students/participants get assignments and study material?

Yes Course Material will be provided – We will be providing you with Teacher Training Handbook for your reading and guidance.

 

*The Time Table for the Programme Would Be Shared On WhatsApp Group / Email by the Course Coordinator.

  • WhatsApp: A WhatsApp group would be formed by the course coordinator.
  • This group strictly needs to be used only for exchanging course-related information and as such, no forward messages/greetings/videos/pictures to be sent on it. Refrain from personal chats or comments on this group.

 

When will the exam be conducted and how?

Examination: The final exams are held between 10 days after the course end. Theory as well as practical exams will be taken on successful completion of said course and attendance.

  • 60 marks theory
  • 40 marks practices (Demo & teaching skills)

E-Certificates would be awarded, post clearing exams and required formalities of the course including attendance and assignments completion.

The date and timing of the same would be informed on the WhatsApp group in advance. A mock exam (both practical and theory) would be conducted before the final exam. The format of the exams would be the multiple-choice questions without negative marking.

 

Where do I register for 900 hours teacher training course and make the payment online?

Click here or Scroll down to the end of the tab or just click on the link given below and fill in your details. Within 24 hours after registering, you will receive an email containing the link to the payment portal. You can use the link to make the payment. We accept all major credit cards, master card, and visa card etc. for online payment. Please ensure you save the receipt generated.

 

*Mandatory to have a mobile number and a Gmail account for the exams purposes and necessary communications.

 

How do we get certificates?

On successful completion of the Yoga teacher training course, which includes required class attendance, submission of assignments, mid-term and final evaluations (theory & practical’s) successful students will be awarded certificates of The Yoga Institute.

 

The Yoga Institute’s E-certificates would be awarded, post clearing exams and fulfilling the attendance criteria. If hard copies of the certificates are required by the students then they will have to send in request by email with details to info@theyogainstitute.org. Only courier charges are to be borne by the student/participant applying for physical copy of certificate.

 

Successful students will also be eligible to appear for the YCB (Level 3) certificate, conducted by the YCB (Yoga Certification Board- set up by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India) and they will be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance

 

NOTE: All study material available for the students for any course in physical (hard copy) only. The same can be collected by the student directly from the Institute or can be delivered to them by courier, charges of which will have to be borne by the student.

Three Months Teacher Training Course ( 900 Hours Advance Teacher Training Course- ATTC)- Yoga Certification Board (YCB), Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, RYT 900.

 

On Campus 900 hrs, Duration -Three Months TTC, Monday to Saturday, Holiday on all Sundays. (English) Outstation and international students/participants can opt for residential/hostel facilities Hostel Facilities available on campus at The Yoga Institute, Santacurz (East), Mumbai, India.

 

  • Non-Residential: INR 90,000/- (Inclusive of course fee, study material, 4 meals a day and 7 Days Camp)
  • Residential: INR 1,50,000/- (Inclusive of course fee, study material, accommodation on triple occupancy basis and 4 meals a day and 7 Days Camp) Admission link  

Enroll to become a successful RYT- Registered Yoga Teacher from a verified RYS-Registered Yoga Institute. The Yoga Institute is one of the oldest and most reputed institutes.

 

Why 900 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course Is Most Popular Choice Online?

The Yoga Institute is at the forefront of yoga teacher training courses or TTCs since 1954. The 900 Hours Advanced Teacher Training Course trains students to teach Yoga to all age groups, and in the management of various diseases. Highly trained teachers conduct this course. You can avail of the triple certification benefit.

  • The Yoga Institute is recognised by the Government of India (Ministry of AYUSH – YCB) and is the first Yoga school to be accredited after the AYUSH – QCI scheme was launched.
  • The course conforms to the syllabus of Level 3 – Yoga Teacher YCB scheme– mentored by AYUSH (Government of India). Once The Yoga Institute’s exams are successfully cleared by the students/participants they are eligible to appear for AYUSH level 3 exams.
  • This is RYT 500 hour course, fully accredited with the Yoga Alliance USA and the participant is eligible to apply on Yoga Alliance site as Register Yoga Teacher once The Yoga Institute’s exams are successfully cleared by the students/participants.

Yoga Certification Board (YCB), Ministry of AYUSH and Yoga Alliance, USA.

 

Who are eligible to apply for the course?

Anyone can enroll without prior experience of yoga. You can avail of the triple certification benefit and are eligible to teach not only in India but any part of the globe. Open to all – minimum age 18 years and above.

 

What is the duration of the course?

Duration of the course is Three Months on campus at The Yoga Institute- Headquartered at Santacruz (East), Mumbai, India. Lectures will be conducted on campus from Monday to Saturday. Holiday on all Sundays.

 

What is the medium of instructions?

All lectures will be in English for the 900 Hours Advanced Teacher Training Course and students are expected to be fluent in speaking, reading, and writing the language.

 

What does the course include?

900 hours Advanced Teacher Training Course (ATTC) – syllabus provides a strong base and in-depth study of classical asthanga yoga (Eight fold path yoga.) Course includes yoga philosophy with a comprehensive approach to science and technology of yoga. Designed and intended by Founder Shri Yogendraji, Smt. Sita Devi Yogendra, Dr Jayadeva Yogendra and Dr. Hansaji J Yogendra as a Life School for everyone.

 

After successfully completing the course, ATTC certificate holders will be qualified to conduct Yoga sessions for

  • normal healthy individuals and groups,
  • for people with minor ailments or disorders and
  • for people, under the guidance of qualified medical practitioners, undergoing treatment for any physiological, psychological and psychosomatic diseases/conditions.

 

900 hours Advanced Teacher Training Course (ATTC) includes the six topics covered are:

  • Six Themes – The Topic of the Month or TOM
  • History and Background of Yoga
  • Modern Physical Approach and the Impact of Materialism.
  • Technology of Yoga
  • Mystics, Mysticism, and Yoga
  • Yoga Ideology
  • Yoga way of life – Evaluation- These themes provide the general direction to each segment of the course. Together they equip the learner with the holistic nature of the Art, Science and Culture of Yoga. It also aims at making Yoga relevant in modern times just as much as in the archival times when it originated.
  • Sage Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras – Conceptual learning and corresponding perceptions developed through the study of Patanjali Yoga Darshana. The focus is on the concept and one or two key sutras. Some of the key concepts covered are: Vrittis, abhyasa-vairagya, Ishwarpranidhana, etc. Students will also be called upon to present their work/understanding of the sutras etc.
  • Samkhya– Includes 72 Karikas of Ishvarakrishna and commentary of Vachaspati Mishra (Tattwa Kaumudi) is covered. The concepts of the Purusha and Prakriti, traits (the Bhavas) of Buddhi (the intellect) etc. are studied in detail.
  • Bhagwada Gita– Selected shlokas from the Bhagwad Gita and application in daily life will be covered. This is to be treated as a part of Yoga Psychology in Theory and practice.
  • Bhavas of Buddhi – Basis of Yoga Education- A detailed study of eight traits (Bhavas) of buddhi acquired due to influence of Trigunas on Buddhi included.
  • Hathyoga Pradipika & Gheranda Samhita– Introduction to ancient scriptures of Hatha Yoga texts, traditions, their principles, techniques, etc.
  • Psychology sessions include- Concepts of cognition, perception, Theories of cognition and non-cognition, Personality traits and classification etc.
  • Anatomy, Physiology and Yoga and Health Management – The knowledge of the various body systems, role of Yoga in management of the disease conditions etc. will be covered.
  • Yogic Diet. The different diets and its effects on the anatomy and physiology, Yogic diet – a lacto vegetarian, sattvic approach to food etc. is covered.
  • Yoga techniques. Asanas, pranayamas, kriyas etc.
  • Public Speaking Classes
  • Communication, Methodology Of Teaching & Practice Teaching etc.

 

The programme also consists of experiential learning of unique techniques & concepts pioneered by the founders of our Institute. Click here to download syllabus

 

How will the classes be conducted?

Once fees are paid the students are given orientation by the course coordinator in person on The Yoga Institute campus. For convenience of students a WhatsApp group would be formed by the course coordinator after the orientation.

 

*The Time Table For The Programme Would Be Shared On Whatsapp Group/Email By the Course Coordinator.

  • This group strictly needs to be used only for exchanging course-related information and as such, no forward messages/greetings/videos/pictures to be sent on it. Refrain from personal chats or comments on this group.
  • You can download free Whatapp from the links given below (read the instructions, terms and condition –The Yoga Institute is not responsible for WhatsApp)

https://www.whatsapp.com/download

WhatsApp must be installed on your phone.

Supported versions:

  • Mac OS X 10.10 and higher
  • Windows 8 and higher (64-bit version)
  • Windows 8 and higher (32-bit version)

 

*Please Note:  Sharing class or Whatapp group with another person is prohibited. Any additional login will deny you the continuity in the sessions. All rights reserved with the institute. You will be liable to pay the decided penalty.

What are campus guidelines for students during class?

 

  • Pre-requisites: Knowledge of written and spoken English is a must. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Avoid a full breakfast just before the asana sessions and as directed by teachers or coordinators. Keep a time gap of at least two to three hours between the meal and the start of the session. Keep fruit or dry fruit and water bottle handy before the session to energise if required. Keep a notepad and pen handy to take notes.

 

  • During the class: Follow disciple and avoid talking or discussing with other students during class. Maintain social distancing at all times. Switch off phone or other digital devices when the class is going on.

 

Attendance: A student is required to have a minimum 80% attendance, failing which he or she cannot appear for the Institute exam. In such cases, students would be denied certification. All classes need to be compulsorily attended. Recording of class is prohibited. Seek teacher’s permission to take pictures or share PPT’s or other notes when unsure.

 

Your attendance will be monitored regularly.

 

*No requests for recordings or sharing of the session shall be granted.

 

Questions & Answers Sessions: The last five to ten minutes is to be kept aside for question & answer. The interaction with participants will be coordinated by the teacher taking the class. Please await the cue from the teacher to engage in questions & answers. Please raise your hand and then ask the question.

 

Recording Policy of TYI – Recording Policy of TYI -The Institute retains all rights to record the sessions for their internal usage & quality purposes. These recordings are strictly for the institute and the data is stored securely in a manner that reasonably protects it from misuse and loss and from unauthorized access, modification or disclosure. Students are prohibited from recording these live sessions. We will not share any recordings with the students.

 

Do students get assignments and study material?

Yes Course Material will be provided- We will be providing you with ATTC Teacher Training Handbook for your reading and guidance.

 

*The Time Table for the Programme Would Be Shared On WhatsApp Group / Email by the Course Coordinator.

 

  • WhatsApp: A WhatsApp group would be formed by the course coordinator.
  • This group strictly needs to be used only for exchanging course-related information and as such, no forward messages/greetings/videos/pictures to be sent on it. Refrain from personal chats or comments on this group.

 

When will the exam be conducted and how?

Examination: The final exams are held at the end of the course. Theory as well as practical exam will be taken on successful completion of said course and attendance.

  • 60 marks theory
  • 40 marks practices (Demo & teaching skills)

 

Certificates would be awarded, post clearing exams.

The date and timing of the same would be informed on the WhatsApp group in advance. A mock exam (both practical and theory) would be conducted before the final exam. The format of the exam would be the multiple-choice questions without negative marking.

 

Where do I register for 900 hours teacher training course and make the payment online?

Scroll down to the end of the tab or just click on the link given below and fill in your details. Within 24 hours after registering, you will receive an email containing the link to the payment portal. You can use the link to make the payment. We accept all major credit cards, master card, and visa card etc. for online payment.

Please ensure you save the receipt generated.

 

How do we get certificates?

On successful completion of the Yoga teacher training course, which includes required class attendance, submission of assignments, mid-term and final evaluations (theory & practical’s) successful students will be awarded certificates of The Yoga Institute.

The Yoga Institute’s certificates would be awarded, post clearing exams and fulfilling the attendance criteria.

 

Successful students will also be eligible to appear for the YCB (Level 3) certificate, conducted by the YCB (Yoga Certification Board- set up by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India) and they will be eligible to register with  Yoga Alliance.

Note: The syllabus stays the same for the online as well as the on-campus course.

 

The Yoga Institute has designed the syllabus of this course to provide a strong base of yoga philosophy with a comprehensive approach to science and technology of yoga. This practical approach enables a student of yoga to develop an objective approach towards life situations and lead a fulfilling, duty-bound life. Everyone here is in a Life School.

 

  • healthy individuals and groups,
  • for people with minor ailments or disorders and
  • for people, under the guidance of qualified medical practitioners, undergoing treatment for any physiological, psychological, and psychosomatic diseases/conditions.

 

The Yoga Institute is recognised by the Government of India (Ministry of AYUSH – QCI) and is the first Yoga school to be accredited after the AYUSH -QCI scheme was launched.

 

The course conforms to the syllabus of Level 3 – Yoga Teacher YCB scheme– mentored by AYUSH (Govt. of India).

 

This is RYT 500 hour course, fully accredited with the Yoga Alliance USA and the participant is eligible to apply on Yoga Alliance site as Register Yoga Teacher.

 

  1. COURSE DETAILS: KNOWLEDGE
  2. SIX THEMES – THE TOPIC OF THE MONTH (TOM)

 

These themes provide the general direction to each segment of the course. Together they equip the learner with the holistic nature of the Art, Science, and Culture of Yoga. It also aims at making Yoga relevant in modern times just as much as in the archival times when it originated.

 

The six topics covered are:

  1. History and Background of Yoga
  2. Modern Physical Approach and the Impact of Materialism.
  3. Technology of Yoga
  4. Mystics, Mysticism, and Yoga
  5. Yoga Ideology
  6. Yoga way of life – Evaluation

 

  1. PATANJALI’S YOGA SUTRA

Conceptual learning and corresponding perceptions developed through the study of Patanjali Yoga Darshana. They are listed here in six clusters to correspond with the six themes (TOM).

 

The focus is on the concept and one or two key sutras in each time. Some of the key concepts covered are Vrittis, abhyasa-vairagya, Ishwarpranidhana, Kleshas, Upaya pratyaya, Yamas, Niayamas, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana-Dhyana-Samadhi, Antaraya/Vikshepa, Sahabhuva, Dharma/Lakshana Avastha Parinama, Kriya Yoga, Karma theory.

 

At the end of the class, students may be given a set of questions and will be required to submit a brief write up, after reading and understanding the selected sutras. Students will also be called upon to present their work/understanding of the class.

 

III. SAMKHYA

Familiarity with the 72 Karikas of Ishvarakrishna with commentary of Vachaspati Mishra (Tattwa Kaumudi). Specific focus on the concepts to enhance the understanding of the Yoga sutras e.g Purusha and Prakriti, the 25 tattvas, the n of Gunas as a constituent of Prakriti. Besides, knowledge of the traits (the Bhavas) of Buddhi (the intellect) is given, with the intention to study their effects on life and life forms.

 

IV.  BHAGWAD GEETA

 

This class takes students through selected shlokas of the Bhagwad Geeta – it’s the understanding, interpretation, and application of its essence to daily life. Study of Bhagwad Geeta’s view on similar concepts as discussed in Yogasutra and Samkhya e.g. concept of Sthitapragnya, Karma, Gyana, Bhakti, and Gunas. This is to be treated as a part of Yoga Psychology in Theory and practice.

 

V.  BHAVAS OF BUDDHI – BASIS OF YOGA EDUCATION

 

A detailed study of eight traits (Bhavas) of buddhi acquired due to influence of Trigunas on Buddhi

 

  1. The concept of Buddhi-the first evolutes of Prakriti and its proliferation into eight Bhavas.
  2. The characteristics and concepts of the four sattvic bhavas (Dharma, Gyana, Vairagya, Aishwarya) and the four tamasik bhavas (Adharma, Agyana, Raga, Anaishwarya)

 

VI.  HATHYOGA PRADIPIKA & GHERANDA SAMHITA

 

Introduction to the Hatha Yoga texts, traditions, their principles, their techniques, aims, and objectives; with some insights to their propounders namely Matsyendranath and Gorakshanath.

 

VII. PSYCHOLOGY

 

These sessions aim to make students familiar with

  1. Concepts of cognition, perception
  2. Theories of cognition and non-cognition
  3. Personality traits and classification
  4. Familiarity with the Indian Psychology
  5. Psychology as per the Bhagavad Gita and the Yoga sutras of Patanjali

 

VIII. ANATOMY–PHYSIOLOGY AND YOGA THERAPY

A general understanding of the main organs in each system; their overall structure and location. The knowledge of the various body systems should aid in understanding the breathing rhythm and complementary/counterposes.

 

  1. The nine Major systems of the body with their main functions and the effect of Yoga practices on each of them.
  2. The role of Yoga in the management of disease conditions. Physiological understanding of how Yoga can be helpful in modifiable factors.

 

IX. YOGIC DIET

 

The objectives of this session are to build familiarity with

 

  1. Triguna, with an Ayurvedic approach to diet and nutrition; and the ethical and spiritual reasons for a sattvic vegetarian diet.
  2. The different diets and their effects on anatomy and physiology, Yogic diet – a Lacto vegetarian, sattvic approach to food.

 

  1. COURSE DETAILS: SKILL

 

      I. YOGA TECHNIQUES

 

In-depth study of the following techniques and demonstrated ability to perform.

  1. Meditative Asanas
  2. Cultural Asanas:
    1. for the spine: Upward stretch, Forward bending, Backward bending, Sideward bending, Torsion, Inversion
    2. For extremities
    3. For balancing
    4. For abdominal compression
    5. For relaxation
  3. Shat Kriyas
  4. Pranayamas
  5. Bhavana Techniques
  6. Yogendra Conceptual Techniques
  7. Non-traditional techniques
  8. Meditation Techniques

 

II. PUBLIC SPEAKING:

 

Public Speaking is an important skill to have as a Yoga teacher. It also helps the Yoga teacher to grow in any area of their life that requires communication with others. To reproduce what is learned makes the learning concrete and clear to oneself and builds self-confidence.

4 mandatory Speeches- One talks each of 2 min., 3 min., 5 min., and 10 min. on various Yoga topics.

 

III. COMMUNICATION, METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING & PRACTICE TEACHING:

 

Popularizing Yoga in the appropriate group of people according to one’s capacity.

Hands-on experience of teaching the yoga techniques and concepts are provided. The methodology and planning inputs require preparing and delivering 4 mandatory lesson plans in the Practice teaching sessions.

 

EVALUATION

 

At the end of the course, students who have the stipulated attendance and they have completed the mandated assignments can register with the course coordinator to give the final exams (Theory & Practical’s).

  1. Students are required to pass both the Theory and Practicals.
  2. The minimum passing mark for each is 50%
  3. The Theory exams (60 marks) comprises of an objective (40 marks) and subjective questions (20 marks).
  4. Practical exams (40 marks) include a demonstration of techniques (10 marks) and Teaching of Yogic Practices (30 marks).
  5. The practicals also involve viva related to the techniques and theory concepts.

 

Click here to Download the Course Syllabus

ONLINE COURSE DETAILS

DATE: 28th June 2021 to 16th October 2021

Please note that the course timing includes both the time slots.

DURATION & TIME: Both the time slots are mandatory.

Morning: 7:00 am to 9:00 am (IST)

Evening:  4:30 pm to 8:00 pm (IST)

Holiday on all Sundays

FEES FOR ONLINE 2021: INR 75,000 (Inclusive of course fee and study material)

Note: Kindly note the fees once paid will not be refundable 

 

EXAM SCHEDULE: 

  1. Mock tests will be conducted within 10 days, before course end date, (as announced by the course co-ordinator) during the course duration.
  2. Final exams will be conducted within 7 days, after the course end date.
  3. All tests / exams will be conducted online only, due to the current pandemic.
  4. All exams will be conducted on the scheduled date, between 9.30 am to 8.30 pm – Indian Standard Time (IST).

ON-CAMPUS COURSE DETAILS

Note: Due to the current pandemic scenario the institute has discontinued all on-campus program

 

COURSE DATES FOR 2020 – 2021

 

(Includes the 7 days health camp)

 

 

DURATION & TIME

3 Months | 6.30 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. | Holiday on all Sundays

 

FEES FOR 2020

 

  • Non-Residential: 90,000/- (Inclusive of course fee, study material, 4 meals a day and 7 Day Camp)
  • Residential: 1,50,000/- (Inclusive of course fee, study material, accommodation on triple occupancy basis and 4 meals a day and 7 Day Camp)

 

REGISTRATION

 

  • Registration has to be done 3 months prior to the completion of visa formalities and other residential requirements.
  • Please proceed with filling up the online registration form, only if you agree to the Code of Conduct.
  • A non-refundable advance payment of Rs. 50,000/- is necessary for registration.
  • We support all major credit cards. Alternatively, you can also make payments using net banking or opt for wire transfer by writing to us.
  • For further inquiries write to 3mttc@theyogainstitute.org

 

For making online payment kindly register on the link below. Within 24 hours after registering, you will receive an email containing the link to the payment portal.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

 

FOR ONLINE COURSE:

 

  • For making online payment kindly register on the link below. Within 24 hours after registering, you will receive an email containing the link to the payment portal. You can use the link to make the payment.
  • Please note fees once paid will be non-refundable.

FOR ON-CAMPUS:

 

  • 7 Days Health Camp – The 7 Days Health Camp is included within 3 Months TTC Course and begins on the first day of the dates mentioned.
  • The Code of Conduct will have to be followed on acceptance as a student in the 3 Months TTC.
  • It is expected that an atmosphere of positivity and sincerity be maintained.
  • No prerequisite knowledge of Yoga is necessary, however, it is encouraged that students come here with an open mind to learn Classical Yoga.
  • Arrival at The Yoga Institute should be between 7.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. IST (Indian Standard Time) so that accommodation can be provided.
  • Please read Hostel Facility for further details.

Registrations are closed..Stay tuned for our next batch.