Yoga Teacher Training Course in one month
The International Yoga Teacher Training Course was founded in 1939 by Swami Asuri Kapila.
The training program consists of an intensive four weeks during which the student studies and deepens the understanding of the different methods and techniques of yoga.
The students take group classes and then have personalized tutorials with the masters: yogacharyas or swamis who garantee that all the students learn at their different levels of understanding.
The course is given in one month´s time, every day of the week. It begins at 9 o´clock, has a break from 12 PM to 4 PM, and continues during the rest of the afernoon from 4 PM to 9 PM, including Saturdays.
Some of those days the students have personalized tutorials from 2 PM to 4 PM on themes that peak their own interest. The characteristic and extraordinary thing about this intensive course is that within it the student sees all the methods, techniques and styles of yoga from various schools.
This makes it the unique since the majority of courses only touch on one method and one style belonging to only one school, which keeps the student from opening to the totality of Yoga Vidya, or the Science of Yoga.
The masters speak English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portugues, and Castillian Spanish.
More than 15 thousand students have completed this courses in various parts of the world.
He who takes the yoga teacher training course, later than take the Master in Yoga, or Yogacharya training. Yogacharya means yoga master.
Once the student has finished the course, the students recieve a graduation certificate and a diploma from the International Yoga Federation, which is valid world wide. The same diploma is recognized by national and contiental yoga associations of the IYF which guarentees finding work in various parts of the world.
New Yoga teachers are automatically registered in the International Yoga Federation´s International Yoga Registry. The course teaches the Methods, practices, techniques, theory, psychology, anatophysiology, pedagogy, meditation, and physiology of Yoga. It also includes an Introduction to Sanskrit. Among the methods studied, the student will understand Yoga Integral, Classical Yoga, Traditional Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Purna Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga, Power Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Swara Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Tantra Yoga, Zen Yoga, Maha Yoga, Dhyana Yoga, Sarva Yoga, Kala Yoga, Kirtan Yoga, Yogatherapy, Ayurvedic Yogatherapy, Hatha Vinyasa Yoga, etc. Among the techniques included are: Asanas or Yoga Poses, Padavis or Yoga Positions, Ardhapadavis or Subpositions, Pranayama, the nine Bandhas in Swara Yoga, Mudras, Dharanas, Tarka, Pratiaharas, Sama Yoga or Relaxation, Mantras, Kirtans, Sambandhas, Kramajis or series, Corections, Hands On placement, Alignment, Lateralization, Asymetries, Triangulation, Pujas, and Seva.
In addition, the students will recieve books and materials downloaded by internet and email, without having to take notes and without having the buy them. Presently, this course is considered one of the best and most complete in the world. For this to be possible, more than ten yogacharyas (yoga masters) especially trained in all these methods, make this extraordinary experience possible.
The cost of the course is 950 dollars.
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