THE ANUBHAVA YOGA 1100hr TTC
Yoga, an ancient and highly developed science of the body and mind is understood by most of it’s dedicated practitioners , as a sophisticated system that permits phenomenal psychological and physiological evolution and healing.
It would be irrational to suppose that a system of this depth and power can be mastered in one month. The dilution of the venerable science of Yoga into an easy vocation through the one month TTC (Teachers Training Courses) has been one of the enduring tragedies of the world of Yoga study, practice and transmission.
5-month/1100-hour Teacher Training in Yoga :
AryaMarga Yoga has taken accountability for what we believe to be a restructuring of the existing Teacher Training Courses and through our highly intense curriculum deliver an unadulterated Yogic experience. Our aim is to recreate the style and content of teaching as was received personally by us from our Gurus of the ancient Lineage of Anuttara Yoga, a combination of the Hatha-Laya and Kundalini Yogas. Our courses are not particularly designed to be a career change, they are not vocational.
The 5 month ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC, or Experiential Yoga practice leads to a profound experience of authentic Yoga, it’s methods and views. The actual experience within of the learned theory and techniques, using the experiential tools of ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC helps to develop an intuitive understanding of the therapeutic values of the asanas and psychological techniques learnt for the mind and body.
This in turn allows the student to move from being one who experiences the power of Yoga, to one who heals, and helps develop the bodies and minds of others with Yoga- a true teacher.
Anubhava Yoga TTC : 20th March – 30th August 2018
For an individual to be called a Yoga teacher he/ she must show proficiency in four related areas of Yoga:
- HATHA YOGA KRIYA:
Yoga asana practice, Pranayama or Life force expansion techniques, Mudra or Life-force expressions, Bandhas or Life-force locks and the Shatkarma or the 6 Cleansing practices.
- YOGA PSYCHOTHERAPY:
Understanding the theory of Samkhya Yoga based personality diagnosis. Application of Yogic techniques in two separate areas- firstly, self- willed evolution for one’s own personality complex, and secondly, yogic psychological counseling for others based on Yogic diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic techniques.
- YOGA PHYSIOTHERAPY AND DISEASE PREVENTION/ HEALING:
In-depth understanding of human anatomy-physiology and the effects of Yoga asanas, pranayamas and psychological techniques, on the multiple body systems involved in homoeostasis.
Yogic theory of disease origins, prevention and cure. Application of the Hatha Kriyas and Yoga Psychotherapy in curing diseases and physiotherapy, across a range of 60 diseases.
- KUNDALINI KRIYA:
Theory of Tantra and Emptiness; Practice of Tattva Shuddhi or 5 Elemental Purification; Theory and techniques of Kundalini based Shat Chakra Bhedhana or Penetration of the 6 Circles.
It is our belief, at Aryamarga Yoga, that to attain a minimum proficiency in the above 4 inter- related areas of Yoga, a minimum period of 5 months of intensive training is necessary. With over 1100 hours of Yogic theory and practicals, the 5 month ANUBHAVA YOGA TTC culminates in a 4 day final examination. Successful participants of the course are awarded four certifications in Yoga:
- Yoga Asana, Pranayama, Mudra and Bandha Teachers Certification
- Yoga Psychotherapy Teachers Certification
- Yoga Physiotherapy and Disease PreventionTeachers Certification
- Kundalini Yoga Teachers Certification
We pride ourselves in conserving the legacy of the authentic yogic practices of the Ancient Masters, and through rigorous discipline achieve the most intense experience we believe a TTC course currently offers today.
Students who’ve undergone a 200hr/500hr training will be preferred as the teachings of this course are intensive and prior foundational practice of Yoga is required to fully integrate such teachings. Students are expected to come prepared for a challenging and intensive 5-month experience, which would push the boundaries of their body and mind.