Yoga Therapy Teacher Training

YTCC is a certificate program designed by Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana (S-VYASA). The University is famous for its collaborative research projects in the U.S.A and U.K. The University’s work has a presence in 20 countries worldwide. (www.svyasa.org)

YTCC will train the student systematically in Yoga Therapy techniques. This course integrates various important aspects of Yoga-Asanas (postures), Pranayamas (breathing techniques), Kriyas(cleansing techniques), the essence of Yogic Literature and Philosophy into a holistic composite. It is known as an Integrated Approach to Yoga Therapy. The Student is trained in Yoga Therapy for various diseases. The course also imparts in-depth knowledge of anatomy and physiology for specific diseases, which helps to better understand the causes and symptoms of the same. Yoga Therapy is customized for the person involved. As a Yoga Therapist the student would learn to counsel, motivate & treat the person seeking therapy.

The certificate program highly sought after by those who wish to deepen knowledge of Yoga Practices.

AYA Approach

From Gross to Subtle Bodies
By Understanding Five Elements (Ether, Air, Fire, Water, Earth)
1. Purification via Movements, Posture, Mantra, Breathing, Kriya etc.
2. Discover the hidden potential to recognise and LEARN how to implement
3. Realize, embrace, and accept THE feeling and experience
4. Learn HOW to Connect into Silence within you 24/7

Yoga Therapy is a systematic process of realizing our true self (True Bliss) from GROSS to SUBTLE bodies.

What will you learn?

From back pain and migraines to anxiety and depression, Prashant tackles all kinds of health issues with yoga and meditation. What yoga does is create a balance between mind and body. Any disconnect causes stress, fatigue and ultimately, illness. As a traditional yogi, mantra healer, Prashant’s focus is on re-establishing balance which he does through strengthening and stretching of the muscular structure.

Our masters's extensive knowledge of yoga combined with his keen understanding of Ayurveda has enabled him to treat various psychosomatic.

AYA uses a combination of Ayurveda, Yoga, Meditation and Yogic Counselling that one gets only from years and years of study and practice.

Course Syllabus

Concept of Yoga 1. Message of Upanishads 2. Concept of Health 3. Operations at the Panchakosas Basis of Yoga 1. Streams of Yoga, 2. Patanjali Yoga Sutras Pancha Kosas and Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy (IAYT) 1. Annamaya kosa 2. Pranamaya kosa 3. Manomaya kosa 4. Vijnanamaya kosa 5. Anandamaya kosa.
1. Musculoskeletal system 2. Lymphatic system 3. Respiratory system 4. Digestive system 5. Nervous system 6. Endocrine system 7. Immune system 8. Reproductive system
1. Classification 2. Root Causes 3. Sequential Impact on the Body Systems 4. Operative Dynamics 5. Symptoms 6. Management through Yoga
1. Psychiatric disorders 2. Bronchial asthma and Nasal allergy 3. Hypertension, Heart Problems(IHD) 4. Migraine headache 5. Arthritis 6. Back pain 7. Diabetes mellitus 8. Gastro-Intestinal-Disorders (Hyperacidity, Constipation and IBS) 9. Menstrual disorders (Heavy Menstruation and Scanty Menstruation) 10. Obesity 11. Epilepsy 12. Cancer 13. Promotion of Positive Health 14. Menopause 15. Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism 16. Frozen Shoulder 17. Sinusitis
1. The Dynamics of Yoga Therapy Practices 2. Interconnectivity of the Vital Systems 3. Reasons for the Web of Symptoms 4. Disease Specific Analysis about Role of different Kriyas Impact of Loosening Practices and Asanas Importance of Relaxation in between the sessions Effect of Breathing Practices and Pranayama Physiology of Concentration and Meditation
1. Cyclic Meditation (CM) 2. Pranic Energisation Technique (PET) 3. Mind Sound Resonance Technique (MSRT) 4. Mudras and Bandhas
1. The Art of taking Case History 2. General Parameters 3. Disease Specific Parameters 4. Case Studies (05) 5. A Case History Presentation
Learn the ancient practice of 9 exercise that will invoke, balance, strengthen pranic, energy body and help to generate energy through the body and prepare whole body for further yoga therapy pracices.
1. Kriyas 2. Asanas 3. Mudras 4. Bandhas 5. Breathing Practices 6. Pranayama 7. Trataka (Dharana) 8. OM Meditation (Dhyana) 9. Cyclic Meditation(Dhyana)
1. Psychiatric disorders 2. Bronchial asthma and Nasal allergy 3. Hypertension, Heart Problems(IHD) 4. Migraine headache 5. Arthritis 6. Back pain 7. Diabetes mellitus 8. Gastro-Intestinal-Disorders (Hyperacidity, Constipation and IBS) 9. Menstrual disorders (Heavy Menstruation and Scanty Menstruation) 10. Obesity 11. Epilepsy 12. Cancer 13. Promotion of Positive Health
1. Cyclic Meditation (CM) 2. Pranic Energisation Technique (PET) 3. Mind Sound Resonance Technique (MSRT) 4. Kriyas, Mudras and Bandhas
Conventional psychology counselling Yogic approach and teaching techniques methods.
Each student has to complete 75 hours of teaching yoga by taking up 05 Case Studies under the guidance of a Certified Yoga Therapy Trainer. This can be completed within one month to two years, depending on the dedication and time commitment of the student.
Every student has to prepare a Dissertation on three diseases of their choice from the syllabus, after working with five patients.

Certification

Ancient Yoga Academy in association with S-VYASA is the world’s premier Yoga Research University, India, globally recognized for its contribution in Yoga research over the last 40 years.
AYA offers flexibility that allows students to choose certification from Yoga Alliance.

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IAYT

Learn ancient yogic techniques which will allow to calm down the mind, take it to a heightened state of awareness and consciousness at the physical, mental, emotional and intellectual levels.