OBJECTS OF THE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN ADVANCED ASANAS
- The Course will cover the traditional yoga practices as described in Yogic Texts.
- Total emphasis on traditional Yogic practices.
- For the further development of expertise in practices and performance of traditional Yogic practices for students who have completed the Certificate or Diploma Course in Yoga Education or equivalent course.
- To focus upon the preparation required for the process and technique for performing traditional Yogic practices.
- To focus upon the effects of traditional Yogic practices.
- Guest lecture in the course time to time.
- On-going theoretical explanation will be given during the practical Classes.
- On-going internal assessment based upon the Attendance, Attention and Participation in classes.
NATURE OF THE COURSE:-
- Duration of the Course: – Three Months
- Period of the Course: – 1st February to 30th April
- Days of Classes: – Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
- Timing of Class: – 6.30 to 8.00 pm.
- Guest lecture in relation to the object of the course in between the course.
- Course Fee: – Rs. 12000/- At the time of Admission
Anyone can join the course who is interested to learn the ADVANCED YOGA ASANAS.
Preference will be given to YOGA TEACHERS & those have already learned and are practicing Pranayama.
Admission first – come – first serve basis, Limited seats.
FACULTY – Shri Parmanand Aggarwal, Founder& Managing Director of Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga and his team.
EVALUATION OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE – Theory, Practical and Viva assessment at the end of the course.
CERTIFICATION – Certificates will be issued only to successful candidates, those who have cleared the assessments.
SYLLABUS FOR THE COURSE –
- Brief introduction of the Asanas in term of Pantanjai Yoga Sutra and Hatha Yogic Texts.
- Clearer the concepts of Asanas in term of Physical level:-
Aliment of the body and joint.
Effect of Asanas on Muscular and Skeletal System.
- Clearer the concepts of technique of Asanas in term of getting the effects of Chitta and Soul.
- Who the Asanas bring the Balance in our lifeFollowing traditional yoga practices (Asanas) will be cover during the course –
- Surya Namskar 12 Steps
- Shav- Asana
- Shrish -Asana
- Purva Uttana -Asana
- Sarvang- Asana
- Vistrit Padh Sarvang Asana
- Sarvang- Asana- with Padmasana
- Matsy- Asana in Padmasana
- Hala- Asana
- Vistrit Padh -Hala- Asana
- Karan Pid – Asana
- Supta Padha Angustha Nasa Sparsh- Asana
- Pranav Asana
- Shalabh- Asana
- Makar- Asana
- Supta Vajr – Asana
- Padh Angustha Shikh Sparsh -Asana
- Janu-Vaksh-Asana No -1
- Janu -Vaksh – Asana No -2
- Ushtr- Asana
- Bhadr-Asana No 1
- Bhadr-Asana No 2
- Bhadr-Asana No 3
- Simha – Asana N0 1
- Simha – Asana No 2
- Gomuk- Asana
- Utthit Dand -Asana N0 1
- Utthit Dand -Asana N0 2- Inclian Pose
- Janushir-Asana – No1
- Janushir-Asana – with Ardha Padmasana
- Janushir-Asana – No 3.
- Paschimottan- Asana
- Akarna Dhanur-Asana
- Ek-Padh Skandh Asana
- Dui-Padh Skandh Asana
- Ardha- Matsyendr-Asana
- Matsyendr- Asana
- Swastik -Asana
- Badha- Padm-Asana
- Utitha Padm-Asana
- Parvat-Asana No -1
- Parvat-Asana No -2
- Garbha- Asana
- Tola -Angul-Asana No-1
- Padh-Angustha- Asana
- Mayur- Asana
- Padh Hast – Asana
- Vrikash- Asana
- Trikona- Asana
- Kon- Asana
- Sankat- Asana
- Vir-Badher – Asana
- Pakshi- Asana/ Vayuyana – Asana
- Vatayan – Asana
- Padha-Angustha-Nasa Sparsh- Asana
- Gajkarni- Dry