1. Philosophy of Yoga & Streams of Yoga
2. Basis of Yoga
3. Concept and Definition of Yoga
4. Streams of Yoga
- Karma Yoga – Action
- Bhakti Yoga – Devotion
- Jnana Yoga – Knowledge
- Raj Yoga – Will-Power
- Hatha Yoga
- Ashtanga Yoga
Complete & easy-to-follow Yoga Instructor Certification Course (200 hours) taught by Yoga Alliance and S-Vyasa certified Master Instructors with a comprehensive but easy to follow curriculum.
The YICC course trains students systematically in Yoga Instruction techniques. It also integrates various aspects of Yoga: Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Kriya (cleansing techniques) and the essence of Yogic literature and philosophy into a holistic composite, thus enabling the student to understand the concept of Yoga in its entirety.
Learning about poses, diets, and techniques is only a part of our course. You will also learn how to properly & safely conduct classes while engaging & delighting your students. The course is truly insightful and empowering, designed not only to impart techniques of teaching Yoga but also to encourage the learner to begin their own journey of self-awareness and development.
After 40 years of in-depth scientific study in the field of yoga by SVYASA, this course largely follows the direction given by Swami Vivekananda, who declared that we need to combine the best of the East (Yoga and spiritual lore) with the best of the West (modern, scientific research) to bring harmony and peace on earth.
The objective of conducting Yoga Instructor Certificate courses around the world is to bring the holistic vision and the body of knowledge that Yoga is into people’s lives. The result achieved by Yoga practice is positive physical health, mental strength, peace and harmony, all leading to efficiency and growth. The course also aims to help solve problems of modern society and ideal social orders.
1. Breathing Practices
2. Joint Loosening
A. Lower Limbs
B. Upper Limbs (While sitting cross-legged)
C. Neck (While sitting cross-legged)
3. Sun Salutation (Traditional and Therapeutic)
4. Yoga Asanas (Yoga Postures)
A. Standing Postures
B. Sitting Postures
C. Prone Postures
D. Supine Postures
E. Topsy Turvy Postures
5 Relaxation Techniques
6. Pranayama (Breathing)
7. Meditation Technique
8. Kriya (Cleansing Techniques)
9. Mudras (Yoga Gestures)
10. Bandhas (Yoga Locks)
11. Yoga Therapy
Flexible hours (students can choose to go at a slower pace or quicker pace depending on their availability)
Continuing education training hours by assisting and leading yoga sessions :for elderly people, Corporate classes, Kids classes etc (For more understanding discuss with the lead instructors)., under the guidance of Senior Yoga teachers and independently.