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FIRST YEAR

YOGA TTC
WEEKEND MODULE
PROGRAM

JADRANKO MIKLEC

 

MODUL 1

First year

       PROGRAM:


       INTRODUCTION TO MAHARISHI PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS

       AND ITS RELATION TO SANKHYA   


       WHAT IS YOGA: MAHARISHI PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS  Y.S. I. 1-4        

      

       VEDIC RECITATION - PEACE CHANT:

      saha nāvavatu |

      saha nau bhunaktu |

      saha viryam karavāvahai |

      tejasvi nāvadhitamastu mā vidvisāvahai |

      om śantiśśāntiśśāntih || 


       SANKALPA:

    „In Thy presence, O Lord,               

      filled with Thy grace,                     

      I am starting Yoga Asanas.              

      Grant me good health, energy,     

      and efficiency in life.                       

      I feel Thy grace,                            

      Thy divine presence.“                    


MASSAGE – SAMVAHAN


ANATOMY OF SPINE: BIOMECHANICS OF ASANAS AND THEIR CLASIFICATION


YOGA EXERCISES FOR THE SPINE – COURSE 1


      BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ASANA AND PRANAYAMA: THEORY AND PRACTICE


      SURYANAMASKARAM – FIRST VARIATION     


      YOGA ASANA - BASIC SEQUENCE


       EXPLANATION OF VINYASA KRAMA INTO / OUT OF THE POSTURE FOR      

       ASANAS OF THE BASIC SEQUENCE


      PRANAYAMA: UJJAYI; ANULOMA-UJJAYI; VILOMA-UJJAYI; PRATILOMA

      UJJAYI; BHASTRIKA; KAPALABHATI 

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MODUL 2

First year

        PROGRAM:



       MAHARISHI PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS:  

       Y.S. I. 5-11        ACTIVITIES OF THE MIND

       Y.S. II. 1-9         KRIYA YOGA AND KLESHAS – YOGA PSYCHOLOGY


       VEDIC RECITATION - PEACE CHANT:

      asato mā sat gamaya |

      sato mā amṛtam gamaya |

      tamaso mā jyotirgamaya |

      mṛtyormā amṛtam gamaya |

      om śāntiśśāntiśśāntih || 



SHATKARMA – NETI; KAPALABHATI


YOGA EXERCISES FOR THE SPINE – COURSE 2


      PRINCIPLES OF ASANA AND PRANAYAMA: THEORY AND PRACTICE


      SURYANAMASKARAM  - PRACTICE OF FIRST VARIATION


      SURYANAMASKARAM – SECOND VARIATION


      PRACTICE OF YOGA ASANA BASIC SEQUENCE 


      YOGA ASANA – SEQUENCE No.1


       EXPLANATION OF VINYASA KRAMA INTO AND OUT

       OF THE POSTURE FOR ASANAS OF THE SEQUENCE No.1


       UDIYANA BANDHA

       

PRANAYAMA: BHASTRIKA PRANAYAMA; ANULOMA VILOMA (NADISHODHANA); SURYABHEDANA; CHANDRABHEDANA 

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MODUL 3

First year

PROGRAM:


     VEDIC RECITATION - PEACE CHANT:

      pūrṇamadah pūrṇamidam pūrṇāt pūrṇamudacyate |

      pūrṇasya pūrṇamādāya pūrṇamevāvaśisyate |

      om śāntiśśāntiśśāntih ||

     (Brihad-Āraṇyak Upanishad, 5.1.1)


      That is full; this is full; from fullness, fullness comes out;

      taking fulness from fullness, what remains is fullness.

      OM Peace, Peace, Peace.

     

     DIFFERENT YOGA TRADITIONS

     

      MAHARISHI PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS: 

      FIRST CHAPTER (SAMADHI PADA) – DIFFERENT STATES OF SAMADHI

      SHAT RIPUS – SIX INTERNAL ENEMYˈS: KAMA, KRODHA, LOBHA, MOHA,

      MADA, MAATSARYA


      MARMA MASSAGE OF THE HEAD


      ANATOMY AND PRACTICE OF YOGA ASANA

             

      SURYANAMASKARAM – VARIATION 1,2,3


      SPINAL EXERCISE – COURSE 3


      PRINCIPLES OF ASANA AND PRANAYAMA: THEORY AND PRACTICE

     

      YOGA ASANA – PRACTICE OF SEQUENCE No.1

     

      PRANAYAMA: BHRAMARI


      BANDHAS: THEORY AND PRACTICE


      WHAT IS MEDITATION, DIFFERENT PRACTICES, TRANSCENDENTAL

      MEDITATION – 7 STEPS OF LEARNING  

 

MODUL 4

First year

PROGRAM:


VEDIC RECITATION - PEACE CHANT:


Oṃ bhadraṃ karṇebhiḥśṛṇuyāma devāḥ |

bhadraṃ paśyemākṣabhiryajatrāḥ ||

Sthirairaṅgaistuṣṭuvāsastanūbhiḥ |

vyaśema devahitaṃ yadāyuḥ ||

Svasti na Indro vṛddhaśravāḥ |

svasti naḥ Pūṣā viśvavedāḥ ||

Svasti nasTārkṣyo ariṣṭanemiḥ |

svasti no Bṛhaspatirdadhātu ||

Oṃ śāntiśśāntiśśāntiḥ ||


May we hear with our ears what is auspicious, O Devas,

May we see with our eyes what is auspicious, O Yajatrā.

May we live with contentment with strong body and limbs,

May we praise God and sing His glories during our lifespan alloted to us by the Devas.

May Lord Indra of great fame increase our well-being and prosperity,

May Lord Pūṣā, who is all-knowing, bless us with well-being and prosperity.

May Lord Tārkṣya (Garuda), who is the protector, bless us with  well-being and prosperity,

May Lord Bṛhaspati also bless us with  well-being and prosperity.

OM Peace, Peace, Peace.


       Značenje:


1. Uši naše neka čuju što je dobro, o Deve (bogovi),

2. Oči naše neka vide što je dobro, o Yajatrā (vrijedan obožavanja),

3. Živimo u zadovoljstvu i miru snažnog tijela i udova.

4. Tijekom života slavimo Boga i pjevajmo o Njegovoj veličanstvenosti po uzoru na Deve,

5. Neka nadaleko proslavljeni Gospod Indra (vladar svih bogova) uveča naše blagostanje i napredak,

6. Neka nas sveznajući Gospod Pūṣhā (koji hrani, Bog u vidu Sunca) blagoslovi blagostanjem i napretkom,

7. Neka nas zaštitnički Gospod Tārkṣya (Garuda) blagoslovi blagostanjem i napretkom,

8. Neka nas Gospod Brihaspati (učitelj bogova) također blagoslovi s dobrobiti i napretkom,

9. Om Mir, Mir, Mir. 


Napomena: Kada se gore navedeni tekst recitira sam, ponavlja se tri puta ili umnožak od tri puta. Ukoliko se tekst recitira prije Upanishada, ponavlja se samo jednom. Znak  se izgovara kao gt.


      MAHARISHI PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS: 

      Y.S. II. 10-28      REMEDY FOR KLESHAS


      ANATOMY - FASCIA AND PRACTICE OF YOGA ASANA


MARMA MASSAGE OF THE HEAD – TREATMENT OF OTHER PERSON


SPINAL EXERCISE – COURSE 4


      PRINCIPLES OF ASANA AND PRANAYAMA: THEORY AND PRACTICE


      SURYANAMASKARAM – VARIATION 1, 2, 3, 4, 


      YOGA ASANA – SEQUENCE No.1 WITH ADDITIONAL

     EXERCISE TO PREPARE BODY FOR PRACTICING YOGA ASANA - SEQUENCE   

     No.2


      PRANAYAMA: SHITALI; SITKARI 


      YOGA NIDRA

     

     SANSKRT – PROPER PRONUNCIATION