OBJECTS OF THE CERTIFICATE COURSE OF TRADITIONAL MUDRAS
(As per Hathayogapradipika and Gherndasmhita)
1. Educate the Participants to understand Traditional Mudras at Physical, Mental, Emotional, Social and Spiritual Levels.
2. To teach Participants to understand the correct meaning and techniques of Traditional Mudras.
3. To teach Participants develop and impart skills for application of Mudras for restoring and promoting positive and Spiritual Health.
4. The emphasis in the course is on developing a clear and relational understanding of Mudras in spiritual point of view to enlighten the inner energy.
5. To understand the concepts of Bandhas to be practiced during the Mudras.
6. To understand the concepts of Nadis and Chakras to be used during the practice of Mudras.
7. To teach the Mudras in relations of omkar, Gayatri upasana and other mantras in relations of Mudras, also with om Stavava.
NATURE OF THE COURSE –
1. Duration of the Course:- Three Months
2. Period – 1st July , to 30th September, – Every year
3. Days of Classes – Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
4. Timing of Classes – 6.30 to 8.00 pm.
5. COURSE FEE – Rest. 12000/- at the time of admission. Guest lectures in relation to the object of the course during the course.
ADMISSION ELIGIBILITY –
1. Anyone can join the course who is interested to learn the
Mudras with Scientific methods.
2. Preference will be given to YOGA TEACHERS and those who have already learned and are practicing Pranayama.
3. Admission will be first- come- first basis.
EVALUATION OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE –
Theory, Practical and Viva assessment end the month of September.
Certificates will be issued only to successful candidates, those who have cleared the assessments.
SYLLABUS OF THE CERTIFICATE COURSE IN TRADITIONAL MUDRAS
* Brief Introduction of Asanas which are required for Mudras:
1. Padmasana 2. Siddhasana 3. Janushrishasana 4. Paschimottanasan
5. Vipritkarni 6. Setubandhasana 7.Mandukasana 8. Bhujangasana
* Brief introduction and concepts of the following in relation to Mudras:
2. Vayu – Pranas
* Understanding the concepts and practice of the following breathing patterns in relation to Mudras:
1. Normal Breathing
2. Abdominal Breathing
3. Pranayamic Breathing
4. Basic components of Pranayama: Puraka, Kumbhaka and Rechaka.
Understanding the concepts and practice of Drishtis in relation to Mudras:
1 Sam-Drishti 2. Bhrumadhya-Drishti 3. Nasagra- Dhrishti
Understanding the concepts and practice of Actual techniques of the following Mudras:
1. Mul -Bandha
3. Uddiyan- Bandha
4. Nabho- Mudra – Jiva Bandha
5. Maha- Bandha
6. Ashwini –Mudra
7. Brahma- Mudra
9. Vipritkarni- Mudra
12. Kaki- Mudra
13. Khechari- Mudra
14. Shambhavi- Mudra
15. Shanmukhi- Mudra
16. Shaktichalani- Mudra
17. Tadagi- Mudra
18. Manduki – Mudra
19. Pashinee- Mudra
20. Matangi – Mudra
21. Bhujangni- Mudra
22. Yoni – Mudra
23. Vajroli – Mudra
24. Parthivi-Dharani – Mudra
25. Ambhasi-Dharani – Mudra
26. Agneyi- Dharani – Mudra
27. Vayviye –Dharani – Mudra
28. Akashi – Dharani – Mudra
Effects of Mudras:
* Concepts of Mudras in relation to awakening of Kundalini or enlightenment of inner energy.
* Concepts and Technique of Chanting of the following Mantras in relation to Mudras:
1. Omkar Jap
2. Gayatri Upasana
3. Trayambaka Mantra
4. Om Stavan
5. Others Mantra