P-TAK Course –Practical and Theory Course in the 4 Yogas
Aryamarga Yoga is proud to present the Anubhava Yoga/ Experiential Yoga appreciation programme, a four-week intensive programme designed for those interested in actually experiencing the theory and practice of authentic Yoga. The Anubhava programme acts both as a precursor to Arya Marga Yoga’s more intense and exhaustive 5-month Anubhava Yoga TTC and independently, as a unique introduction to the ancient science of Integrated Yoga.
Known by their sanskrit terms-Hatha, Mantra, Tantra and Raja Yoga, the Four Yogas of the Body, the Mind, Consciousness and No-Mind have been practiced for millennia in India as one single Integrated system. This integrated system cannot simply be learnt-it must be experienced.
To rapidly enable the flowering of experiences in the Integrated 4 Yoga system, we utilize the experiential methods of Bhava-Spanda or Passion-Waves, the high intensification of mentally generated emotional states. The experience of this intensified emotion within the techniques of the 4 Yogas is the real inner revealer, and transformer of our personalities and bodies.
Experience in Samskrit is termed Anubhava and the Anubhava Yoga appreciation programme is designed to generate within the participants the inner experience of the 4 Yogas. The techniques learnt in the course will be practiced for maximum effect in these Himalayan settings to bring the experience to a close, and a new beginning.
Snippets from the 45-Day P-TAK Course
P-TAK Asanas, HathaYoga Pradipika, Raja Yoga, Laghu Yoga Vaasishtha, Samkhya Yoga
- P-TAK Asana Sequence-Basic
- Samkhya Philosophy (Shuddha Tattvas, Kanchukas, Ashudda Tattvas)
- 5 Element Theory & Practice
- Hatha Yoga Pradipika – Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha and Shat-karmas
- Patanjali Yoga Sutras – Raja Yoga
- Excerpts from Mandukya Upanishad and Shiva Sutra
- Yoga Anatomy and Physiology
- Learning the Sanskrit Language-I
After attending the course, students will be able to –
- Gain a sound understanding of the integrative practices of the 4 Yogas
- Improve their asana practice with the intensive practice of more than 27 asanas
- Inculcate the practice of 5-Element Pranayama Kriya
- Experience the higher meditation practices of Raja Yoga
- Physically and mentally prepare themselves for the 5 month intensive yogic experience journey
Dates : 1st November – 15th December 2018, 25th April – 8th June 2019
Course Fees (Dorm Accommodation) : Rs66,000 (Indians Nationals) $2200 (Foreign Nationals)
Venue : Bir, Himachal Pradesh
Registration – firstname.lastname@example.org
Marta Castello Branco
Aryamarga’s 45-Day-Yoga-Course is an excellent way to deepen both practice and knowledge on Yoga, helping to find the essential connection between them. As a complete path that includes the physical yogic activity and the unfolding of cognitive faculties, it promotes internal balance and naturally leads to higher states of consciousness. Asana and Pranayama Kryias are intense and provide a rich basis to self-practice. The study of fundamental texts of the Lineage is completely based on translations and commentaries developed in the institute. It clearly reflects the high level of authentic Yoga practice that has being made here. All the teachers are honestly committed, supportive and extremely generous. There is a lot of knowledge here and also the means to transmit it in a comprehensive way are thoroughly developed. I strongly recommend Aryamarga Yoga. May it benefit as many people as possible!
Beautifully located in the Himalayan foothills – bestowing energy, focus and clarity upon this place – the AryaMarga TTC offers a unique opportunity to experience an integrative approach of traditional and authentic teachings of yoga, embedded in the context of modern life.
The caring warmth of the teachers, their dedication and compassion carried me through an as intense as insightful experience, gaining deeper knowledge and understanding of yoga – in personal practice and in theory – and the processes of life itself, while establishing a more balanced and harmonious state of being.
A definite recommendation for all practitioners and teachers, who want to dive deeper, strive for insight and are willing to spark their inner fire.