15 Days Intensive Yoga Course

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Beginners level of yoga students can join this 15 days yoga course to give their yoga practice, an ideal start. This short-term course comprises of vast study and yogic practice that provides you a chance to explore and learn yoga in the serenity of the Himalayas from where it actually started. In the glorious & gigantic world of yoga, one needs a stair to reach on the rooftop of it. This 15 days course is that first step towards your success in the yogic field. This 15 days course makes you aware with the term "Yoga"; with its basics, its practice and much more. If you are enough enthusiastic about gaining yogic knowledge but finds it hard to do so, if you want to know the "true you", if you want to go in the endless sea of yoga; then, join our 15 days yoga program. The best opportunity to gain and use yogic knowledge in daily life, and to practice it for self. Under the guidance or pilotage of professional yoga masters and yog gurus, we conduct our classes.

By this short-term course, we do not wish to cut the yoga courses into pieces, indeed, it will encourage you to do more, to learn more. We just want to remove the hurdle of time between students and their dreams. The final objective of the course is not "Satisfaction", this course is just a way to satisfaction. After the well-turned completion & submission of projects, assignments and exams, this 15 days yoga course is deemed to be complete.

Yoga Course in 15 Days

15 days yoga course in Rishikesh, India especially designed for the beginners and for the people who want to connect with a genuine lifestyle and yoga. With the blessings of Maa Ganga, we teach you Indian traditional yoga with the glimpse of modern styles and techniques.


Highlights

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 Daily Yoga Postures Classes

 Daily Invigorating Meditation Sessions

 Daily Pranayama and Mantra Chanting

 Daily Healthy Sattvic Meals

 15 days Accommodation Stay

 Sunday Excursions

 Yoga Postures Alignment - Corrections

 Yoga Anatomy - Physiology

 Yoga Indian Philosophy

 Knowledge of Teaching Methodology

 Indian Culture & Tradition Knowledge



Accommodation - Stay at Nirvana Yoga Sthal

 Bed Sheets, Blankets and Pillows

 Clean and Hygienic Western Style Room

 Attached Washroom in Room

 24 Hours Water Supply

 Warm Cold Water Supply

 24 Hours Filtered Drinking Water

 Wi-Fi access at the peak speed

 Separate Beds in Shared Room

 Almirah and lockers system

 Coffee maker in room

 TV, AC and Fan

 Peaceful Environment, Nearby No Roads



Course Syllabus - What's in your yoga basket

Introduction to Yoga

 Origin of Yoga

 History of Yoga

 Benefit of Yoga

 Indian Traditional Yoga

 Great Yoga Masters

 Yoga Simple & Advanced Techniques

 Connection of Body & Mind

 Guidelines of Yoga Class

 Yoga as Exercise

 Yoga Etymology

 About Vedic Ascetic Practices

 Yoga as Karma & Bhakti


Shatkarma (Yogic Cleansing)

 About Shatkarma

 History of Shatkarma

 Benefits of Shatkarma

 Jal Neti (Nasal Cleansing with Water)

 Sutra neti (Nasal Cleansing with Rubber)

 Kunjal Kriya (Vaman)

 Nauli (Abdominal Breathing)

 Vastra Dhauti Kriya

 Danda Dhauti Kriya

 Agnisar Kriya

 Trataka (Concentrated Gazing)


Mantra Chanting (Recitation of Sacred Utterance)

 Ganesh Mantra

 Gayatri Mantra

 Shanti Mantra

 Guru Mantra

 Aum Mantra

 Mangala Mantra

 Om Asato Ma Sadgamaya

 Maha Mantra


Pranayama (Breathing Controls)

 What is Prana?

 Benefits of Pranayama

 History of Pranayama

 Kapala-Bhati (Frontal Brain Cleansing

 Nadi-sodhanam (Psychic Purification)

 Bhastrika (Bellows Breath)

 Ujjayi (the Psychic Breath)

 Sheetatli (Cooling Breath)

 Sheetkari (Hissing Breath)

 Bhramari (Humming Bee Breath)

 Surya-bheda (Vitality Stimulating Breath)

 Introduction of Kumbhaka


Mudras (Yoga Gestures)

 About Mudras

 Benefits of Mudras

 Bhairava Mudra

 Chin Mudra

 Hridaya Mudra

 Jnan Mudra

 Vishnu Mudra


Bandhas (Energy Locks)

 What is Bandha?

 Benefits & Effects

 Procedure of Locks

 Mula bandha (Anal Lock)

 Jalandhar Bandha (Chin Lock)

 Uddiyana Bandha (Abdominal Lock)

 Maha bandha (All Locks Same Time)


Yoga Asanas (Yoga Postures)

 Surya Namaskar A (3 times)

 Surya Namaskar B (3 times)

 Padangusthasana

 Padahasthasana

 Utthita Trikonasana

 Parivrtta Trikonasana

 Utthita Parsvakonasana

 Parivrtta Parsvakonasana

 Prasarita Padottanasana (A, B, C, D - Parsvottanasana

 Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana
(A, B, C & D)

 Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana

 Utkatasana

 Virabhadrasana A & B

 Dandasana

 Paschimottanasana A B C & D

 Purvattanasana

 Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana

 Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana

 Janu Sirsasana A B & C

 Marichyasana A B C & D

 Naukasana

 Bhujapidasana

 Kurmasana

 Supta Kurmasana

 Garbha Pindasana

 Kukkutasana

 Baddha Konasana A & B

 Upavishta Konasana (A & B)

 Supta Konasana

 Supta Padangusthasana A & B

 Ubhaya Padanghusthasana

 Urdhva Mukha Pashimottanasana

 Setu Bandhasana

 Urdhva Dhanurasana

 Sarvangasana

 Halasana

 Karnapidasana

 Urdhva Pindasana

 Matsyasana

 Urdhva Padmasana

 Sirsasana

 Urdhva Dandasana

 Baddha Padmasana

 Yogimudra

 Utplutih

 Tolasana

 Savasana


Squence of Hatha Yoga Practise

 Start with Sukhasana

 Joint Movements (starts from neck, joint to toes

 Marjariasana Series - Table top position

 Adhomukha Svanasana Series

 Urdhva Mukha Svanasana Series

 Surya Namaskar with Mantra Chanting

 Balancing Postures Series

 Standing Postures Series

 Kneeling Postures Series

 Prone Positions Series

 Supine Positions Series

 Savasana


Yoga anatomy

Yoga Anatomy is an important part of the training course of yoga. Right knowledge of Anatomy undoubtedly helps you to conduct or practice a class without any risk or injuries. In yoga, you can get to know about your ability to do a pose, or about the techniques that limit the ability of the body to do these poses. Moreover, the class of anatomy helps you to strengthen the classroom explanations, corrections of asanas and so on.


Yoga philosophy

Yoga means Union; it is one of the six darshans or systems of Indian Philosophy. The class of yoga philosophy introduced by looking into the deeper dimensions of the body, mind and soul. It will cover the history, concepts and basic philosophy of yoga. Also, it develops the balance and equanimity so as to live in ease and harmony. The class of yoga philosophy also covers the guidelines of personal observances and universal morality.

  • Patanjali's eight limbs of yoga
  • Hatha yoga pradipika
  • Bhagwat Gita philosophy
  • Yoga sutras of Patanjali
  • Panch koshas
  • Mudras and chakras

  • Teaching methodology

  • Techniques of teaching yoga
  • Adjustment and alignment techniques
  • Basic class plans
  • Student and teacher guidelines

  • Included excursions

    There will be weekly excursions with Nirvana Yoga Sthal that includes activities such as river rafting, temple treks, trekking, Ganga Aarti, river meditation, heritage visits to Beatle ashram, trips to beautiful waterfalls, and beach outings.

    Being on the track rules for Yoga Honey Bees

    1. It is your duty to maintain the limits of yoga school, so keep in mind that alcohol or cigarettes should not be consumed.
    2. Discipline is of supreme importance, so, all students should maintain discipline in school as well as outside also. Any kind of misbehaviour with teachers, staff or other students will not be endurable and it will be assumed as a disrespect to rules and regulations and so a strict action will be taken against this. 
    3. Any scheduled program or class should not be skipped by the students except only in case of emergency. In case of emergency, you should inform the regarding teacher and take their permission for OFF.
    4. Every student should strictly follow the yogic diet as it is foryour good well-being. Further, you should understand the value of food and so notify in advance if you intend to forget a meal. It will prevent the wastage of food.
    5. Friends, Relatives or any Guest are not allowed to stay with the students. Also, the activities which are not related to the course is highly prohibited. You have spare time for gossips or personal discussion, so don't do this during the class.
    6. Be punctual! Students should always be in time for class. A Late entry in any class is not permitted. Further, follow the schedule strictly and attend all sessions and lectures.
    7. Make sure that the questions asked during the class should be related to the course only.
    8. Students are requested to maintain a yogic atmosphere. Also, the dress code should be followed by the students.
    9. Before the starting of the course, we request you to fulfill all the required formalities of the course. 
    10. Pay all the dues and return all library books before your departure from the school.

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