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21 days In Service Teacher Training Course in Yoga

May 5th - 25th, 2019

This 21 days course is aimed at school teachers who wish to hone their yoga teaching skills and impart the elementary knowledge of yoga to school students. The teaching methodology is one essential aspect to master and this course has been designed specifically with that objective. Besides, the syllabus includes the basics of yoga philosophy from the traditional texts, human anatomy, mental health and psychology. 

Contents

Theory – 36 hours

Practical – 54 hours

Assignments / Projects – 10 hours

Total – 100 hours

Theory Subjects

 

Subject and no of lectures

No. of Lectures

1.

Yogic texts 

7

2.

Teaching methods

7

3.

Anatomy-Physiology and yoga

7

4.

Yoga and Mental Health

7

5.

Yoga and Value education

7

 

Eligibility: All school teachers

Date: 5th – 25th May 2019

Fees: Rs. 21,000 (includes lodging and boarding)

DETAILED SYLLABUS (Click to expand)

Theory – Yogic Texts

 

Units

                                    Contents

1.

Introduction to yoga

1.Definitions

2.History

3.Various schools as- Jnana, karma, Bhakti,Mantra, Laya, Hatha, Rajayoga etc.

4. Misconceptions, Modern trades and fads.

2.

Bhagvatgeeta

1.Introduction.

2.Meaning of Jnana, karma and Bhakti.

3.Imporytance of 6th chapter.

4.Vedanta philosophy in Bhagvatgeeta.

3.

Patanjali yogasutra

1.Chita Vritti and Nirodha

2. Concept of Klesha and Samadhi

3.Chittavikshepa and its Pratishedha

4. Concept of Astanga yoga.

4.

Hathayoga

1.Hathayoga- Meaning, History, conceptions- misconceptions and

Basic terms- Prana,Nadi, Chakra, kundalini,

2.Kriya- practice, benefits, limitations

3.Asana- practice, benefits, limitations

4.Pranayama and mudra- Practice, benefits and limitations

Teaching methods

 

Unit

 

1.

Scope of the teaching methodology

1.Teaching as a professional service

2.Developing communication skills

2.

Demonstrated ability

1.To recognize, adjust, and adapt to specific Children needs in the progressive classes.

2.To recognize and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the teacher-student relationships.

3.

Principles and skills for educating aspirants

1.Efective teaching methods

2.Acknowledge the progress of aspirants.

3. How to cope up with the difficulties.

4.

Group practice

1.Designing group programs

2.Skills and time management.

Anatomy-Physiology and Yoga-

 

Unit

Contents

1.

Reconditioning of psychophysical mechanism

1.Neuroendocrine mechanism

2.Neuromuscular mechanism.

3.Corticolimbic balance

4.Recent researches on brain.

2.

Kriya – scientific view

1.Excretory functions of the body.

2.Panchakarma and Shatakarma.

3.Scientific aspect of kriya

4.Therapeutic applications of kriya

3.

Asana-Scientific view

1.Asana and physical exercise.

2.Mechanism of asana-scientific view

3.Effect of asana

4.Therapeutic applications and limitations.

4.

Pranayama – Mudra-

1.Mechanism of pranayama

2.Effect of pranayama

3.Varieties of pranayama  and their applications

4.Mudra- concept and practices

Yoga and Mental Health-

 

Units

                         Contents

1.

Human psyche

1.Modern approach of human psyche

2.Approach of yoga – Chitta, Manas,  Antakarana.

3.Chittavritti  and their types

4.Chitabhumi.

2.

Mental health and Hygiene

1.Concept of mental health-Modern view

2.Concept of mental hygiene

3.Mental health- Yogic perspective

4.Yama- Niyama and mental hygiene.

3.

Therapeutic approach

1.Concept of  frustration-conflicts

2.Stress and its complications

3.Psychotherapy- modern and Yogic view

4. Yoga for Mentally Challenged Children

Yoga and Value Education-

 

Units

Contents

1.

Concept of value

1.Nature

2.Role

3.Classification and significance

2.

Aims and Objectives of Value education

1.Rationale of value education

2.Value education is respect with family, social health.

3.

Yoga as a method of value education

1.Role of Astanga yoga  in value education.

2. Approach of Swami Kuvalayananda.

Reference Books:

  1. Yoga Therapy (By Swami Kuvalayananda and Dr.S.L.Vinekar)- Kaivalyadhama Publication
  2. Anatomy and Physiology- Yogic Context (By.Dr.Sharad Bhalekar)-

Kaivalyadhama Publication

  1. Asana – Why and How (By.Shri.O.P.Tiwari)- Kaivalyadhama Publication
  2. Teaching Methods (By M.L.Gharote and S.K.Ganguly)- Kaivalyadhama Publication
  3. Hathapradipika- Kaivalyadhama Publication
  4. Patanjal Yogasutra- (Dr.Karambelkar)- Kaivalyadhama Publication
  5. Pranayama (By Swami Kuvalayananda)
  6. Asana (By Swami Kuvalayananda)
  7. Yoga Psychology and Beyond (By Prof.R.S.Bhogal)
  1. 10. Gheranda Samhita- Kaivalyadhama Publication
  2. 11.Yoga Teachers Manual – MDNIY

Practical-

Kriya-

Neti, Dhauti, Kapalbhati, Trataka.

Asana-

 

Type

Asanas.

1.

Meditative

Sukhasana, Virasana, Ardhapadmasana, Bhadrasana,Swastikasana.

2.

Relaxative

Shavasana, Makarasana

3.

Cultural

A.Standing-

Tadasana, Parvatasana, Vrikshasana, Lateral  chakrasana,  Konasana, Utkatasana, Garudasana, Padhastasana, Parvatasana.

B.Sitting- Dandasana,Yogamudra, Paschimottanasana, Uttanmandukasana,Janushirasana,Vakrasana, Ushtrasana

C.Lying supine– Pavanmuktasana, Ardhahalasana, Setubandhasana, Naukasana, Crocodile variations.

D.Lying prone– Bhujangasana,Shalabhasana, Makarasana, Marjarasana, Dhanurasana

E. Inverted– Viparitkarni, Sarvangasana 

Pranayama- 

1.Slow deep breathing.

2.Anuloma viloma pranayama

3.Ujjayi pranayama

4.Bhramari.

5.Shitali –Sitkari pranayama

Practical Teacher  Anukool Deval.

Venue- Saraswati hall.

Daily Routine-

                   Time

                               Activity

6.30-8.00a.m.

Practical

8.30-9.00 a.m.

Break fast

10.30 -11.30a.m.

Lecture-1

12.00-12.30p.m.

Lunch

1.00-3.00 p.m.

Library

3.00-4.00p.m.

Lecture-2

5.00-6.30 p.m.

Practical

5/5/19-

Reporting-8.a.m. to 4 p.m. 

5.00 to 5.30 Inaugural function

6/5/19 to 24/5/19- Theory and Practical.

                                            Time Table

Date/Day

Practical

6.30-8.00a.m.

Lecture

10.30-11.30 a.m.

Lecture

2,00-3.00p.m.

Practical

5.00 to 6.30 p.m.

6/5

 

Yogic Texts

Yoga and mental health

 

7/5

 

Yogic Texts

Yoga and mental health

 

8/5

 

Yogic Texts

Yoga and mental health

 

9/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Yoga and value education

 

10/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Yoga and value education

 

11/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Yoga and value education

 

12/5

Sun

       

13/5

 

Yogic Texts

Teaching methods

 

14/5

 

Yogic Texts

Yoga and mental health

 

15/5

 

Yogic Texts

Yoga and mental health

 

16/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Yoga and mental health

 

17/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Yoga and value education

 

18/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Yoga and value education

 

19/5

Sun

       

20/5

 

Yogic Texts

Teaching methods

 

21/5

 

Anatomy-Physiology of yoga

Teaching methods

 

22/5

 

Teaching methods

Yoga and mental health

 

23/5

 

Teaching methods

Yoga and value education

 

24/5

 

Teaching methods

Yoga and value education

 

25/5

 

Concluding function