Nepal Yoga Teacher Training
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Nepal Yoga Teacher Training
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About the school (Kanchan Yoga)
This yoga school is Based in Kathmandu Nepal which has been offering Daily Yoga Classes, Yoga Retreats, Yoga Treks and now we run Yoga Teacher Training in Kathmandu as a branch of Sun Yoga School, India. We follow the Ghatastha yoga method of teaching, which prescribes the pattern of one of the classical Hatha yoga texts, i.e., Gheranda Samhita. The Ghatastha Yoga Method is a step-by-step sequence of yoga poses created to develop students from absolute (raw) beginners to proficient practitioners. This is one of the Hatha yoga methods, known synonymically as Ghastha yoga, that aims to maximize the result with the least amount of energy expenditure.
The ‘Ghata’ term means body, and Ghatasthayoga means using the body as a tool to advance in yoga practices. The practice initiates with the purification and strengthening of body, prana, and mind step by step through various yogic practices leading to self-realization (ātmajñāna).
So, this school aspires to teach the Ghatastha Yoga seven fold path for achieving happiness, harmony, health, peace, perfection, and prosperity:
- Shatkarma for body cleansing
- Asana for body strengthening
- Mudra for body steadying
- Pratyahara for mind-calming
- Pranayama for inner lightness
- Dhyana for inner perception
- Samādhifor self-liberation and bliss
Techniques, Training, and Practice (75 Hours)
The practitionerwill know more than 100 yoga asanas historical background.
Practitioners will be taught postures in the Ghatastha Yoga pattern of Hatha Yoga.
Practitioners will discover how to put together a comprehensive sequence (asana, pranayama, and meditation) to safely accomplish specific goals.
The practitioner will comprehend the anatomical and alignment principles of each posture, along with its limitations and contraindications.
Pranayama and Subtle Body
The practitioner will gain knowledge of the historical background of pranayama and the subtle body.
The practitioner will investigate how pranayama affects the physical and subtle bodies.
Practitioners will discover how to safely sequence all of the pranayamas, including variations and modifications like Ujjayi, Nadi Shodhana, and Kapalabhati, among other poses following the Ghatastha Yoga pattern.
Practitioners will understand the meaning of nadis, koshas, kleshas, chakras, and pranavayus.
Major terms related to meditation will be taught to practitioners.
Practitioners will study Hatha yogic meditation techniques and methods in the Ghatastha Yoga tradition.
Practitioners will be able to practice the meditation techniques and methods taught by Yoga School.
Practitioners will study the techniques of bandhas, mudras, mantras, and chanting.
Anatomy and Physiology (30 Hours):
Participants will learn about the skeletal system, which includes:
- Major bones.
- types of joints.
- Major muscles are involved in asana.
- types of muscle contraction.
Practitioners will also learn about another major human system, i.e., the nervous system, which includes:
Vagal theory, the “fight, flight, or freeze” stress response, and the general mind-body linking
The digestive, endocrine, and cardiovascular/circulatory systems in relation to yoga practice
Respiratory system, including breathing-related muscles, voluntary versus involuntary breathing, and the way air enters and exits the body
The practitioner will become acquainted with the various joint motions. Knowledge of joint stabilization will be gained.
Practitioners will know about safe movement in relation to awareness, stretching, balancing, and our physical limitations.
The practitioner will be well-versed in the modifications and variations of postures for particular health conditions or limitations, as well as contraindications and misalignments.
Yoga Humanities (30 Hours):
The practitioner will understand what the word “yoga” actually means.
The history, technique, and style of Ghatastha Yoga will be covered in class.
Practitioners will be well aware of the dates and important concepts, including Hatha, modern, Vedic, and Vedanta yoga traditions.
Key terms and the definition of yoga will be covered.
Practitioners will discover the connections between asana, pranayama, meditation, and other yogic ideas and practices. How to approach yoga holistically, rather than just physically, and how it can be a way of life and being
Major yogic texts (such as the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and Gheranda Samhita) will be familiar to practitioners.
Practitioners will have time for introspection regarding the relationship between philosophy and practical application in their daily lives.
The foundation of participants practice will be based on their awareness of the Yoga Sutras or comparable yogic ethical precepts.
Participants will understand the Yoga Alliance ethical commitment, which includes a code of conduct, an equity position statement, and the scope of practice.
Participants will understand the duty to promote equity in the practice of yoga.
Practitioners will be aware of accountability measures and how to handle them.
A self-reflection session on the relationship between yoga ethics, practice, and teaching will be held.
Professional Essentials (50 Hours):
- Teaching Methodology
This course will teach practitioners how to sequence a yoga class.
Practitioners will comprehend how to align pace and flow while sequencing.
Practitioners will study environment cueing—verbal, physical, and visual—in the context of teaching.
Practitioners will learn and apply class management techniques.
2. Professional Development
Practitioners will learn about professional organizations connected to yoga, such as the Yoga Alliance accreditation procedures.
Practitioners will comprehend the concept of ethical commitment, which includes the equity position statement, code of conduct, and scope of practice.
Practitioners will know how to approach a lifetime of learning and continuing education to maintain a high degree of quality as a yoga teacher.
Practitioners will discover how to uphold a general level of professionalism, which includes punctuality, reliability, and hygiene.
In terms of marketing and advertising, practitioners will be helped.
Practitioners will know about invoices, waivers, and liability insurance to help them in their yoga teaching business.
III. Practicum (Practice Teaching)
Experts will make sure that practitioners demonstrate commitment and confidence in their skills, knowledge, and experience across the 12 key competencies.
To guide you professionally and fully on your yogic journey, an expert will give you a mentorship component, feedback, and, in addition, an apprenticeship throughout your practice and study to assure that you are equipped with proper foundational knowledge.
Week 1: Embarking on the Yogic Path:
- Doing Hatha yoga poses in the morning brings the body and mind into alignment.
- Talks and lessons on the nature and applications of philosophy in yoga
- Purification and healing techniques are needed to build a solid base.
- An overview of the different yoga schools, styles, and contributions that they have made
- Kirtan, or chanting, and meditation in the evenings for inner peace
Week 2: The Art of Teaching and Holistic Well-Being:
- classes on anatomy and physiology to comprehend the intricate workings of the body.
- A thorough examination of therapeutic yoga practices, asana, and pranayama
- adopting the ideas and techniques of yoga as a means of embracing the art of living.
- Exploration of nature, holy baths, and philosophical discussion on yoga
- Developing efficient teaching strategies and yoga classes
Week 3: Becoming a Confident Teacher:
- interactive instruction in the group, including giving and receiving feedback.
- Observation and making necessary modifications, corrections, and healing methods
- A deeper comprehension of the structuring and sequencing of classes
- Practical, hands-on practice through teaching others helps develop confidence and compassion.
Week 4: Refinement and Graduation:
- Clarifying doubts and having Q&A sessions with experienced teachers
- creative sessions, artistic manifestations, and cultural programs.
- Immerse yourself in quiet through consistent meditation techniques.
- A graduation ceremony with concerts and art exhibitsexhibits
- Final evaluations, which comprise a written test and a demonstration of the lesson,