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FOURTH YEAR

YOGA TTC
WEEKEND MODULE
PROGRAM

Croatia

 

FOURTHYEAR YOGA TTC

FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 1




PRACTICING VINYASA KRAMA INTO AND OUT OF THE POSTURE FOR THE FOLOWING ASANAS:


Ānandāsana; Sukhāsana; Samasthitiḥ; Tādāsana, Uttānāsana; Pārśva Uttānāsana, Ardha Uttānāsana; Utthita Trikoṇāsana;  Ardha Utkaṭāsana; Utkaṭāsana; Vrabhadrāsana; Prasārita Pāda Uttānāsana; Cakravākāsana; Ṣaṣankāsana; Vajrāsana; Adhomukhaśvānāsana;  Ūrdhvamukhaśvānāsana; Caturaṅgadaṇḍāsana; Vellan; Pād Sanchalan; Pavanamuktāsana; Utthitekāpadāsana; Aśvāsana; Apānāsana; Ekapāda Apānāsana; Ūrdhvapṛasrtapadāsanam;  Ardha Jaṭharaparivṛttiḥasana; Jaṭharaparivṛttiḥasana; Katiāsana; Viparītakaraṇīāsana; Vimanāsana; Bhujaṅgāsana; Priṣṭa Tāḍana Kriyā;




THERAPEUTIC VARIATIONS OF LISTED ASANAS



FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 2

 



PRACTICING VINYASA KRAMA INTO AND OUT OF THE POSTURE FOR THE FOLOWING ASANAS:


Ardha- Śalabhāsana; Śalabhāsana; Ardha Dhanurāsana; Dhanurāsana; Ūrdhva Dhanurāsana; Uṣṭrāsana;  Sarvāṅgāsana; Niralāmba Sarvāṅgāsana; Sālamba Sarvāṅgāsana;  Ūrdhva Padmāsana in Sarvāṅgāsana; Setu Bandha Ūrdhva Padmāsana;  Pinḍāsana in Sarvāṅgāsana; Halasana; Karnapīdāsana; Mayūrāsana; Daṇḍāsana; Jānuśiršāsana; Paśčimottānāsana; Mahā mudrā; Vakrāsana; Ardha Matsyendrāsana; Paripurna Matsyendrāsana; Upaviṣṭakoṇāsana; Baddhakoṇāsana; Padmāsana; Baddha Padmāsana; Padmāsana Ūrdhva Mukha; Simhāsana (in Padmāsana); Nāvāsana; Yoga Mudrā (Vajrāsana); Yoga Mudrā (Baddha Padmāsana); Matsyāsana; Virāsana; Supta Virāsana; Samkatāsana;



THERAPEUTIC VARIATIONS OF LISTED ASANAS



 

FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 3 



On the basis of understanding and experience of Yoga as it is explained in clasical texts of yoga (Samkhya karika; Maharishi Patanjali Yoga Sutras; Hatha Yoga Pradipika; Yoga Yajnavalkya; Siddhasiddhantapaddhatih) establishing proper foundation for correct yoga practice (asana, pranayama, medittion) and having detailed approach to yoga therapy


During asana practice enlivening all five prana vayus (prana, udana, samana, apana, vyana) to accomplish purifying (deha suddhi, vayu suddhi, nadi suddhi, chakra sudhi, chita sudhi, atma suddhi) and therapeutic influence on mind and body.


Detailed consideration and practical application of Samkhya darshana and Patanjali yoga in yoga therapy.


Advanced practice of Kapalabhati kriya, Nadi shodana and Anuloma Viloma pranayama.


        

PRACTICE OF YOGA ADVANCED SEQUENCE No.3 – UNINTERUPTED FLOW



FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 4 



Jivatma, Atma and Paramatma Yoga: detailed explanation and practice according to the eight limbs of Maharishi Patanjali Yoga.



Detailed consideration and practical application of Hathayogapradipika and Ayurveda in yoga therapy.


Traditional asana practice: vayu samyama (working with the concept of lotos), prana samyama (working with the concept of chakra).



Therapeutic benefits of Pranayamas.



Therapeutic benefits of Kumbhaka Pranayamas.



Detailed practice of Kumbhaka pranayamas.


        

PRACTICE OF YOGA ADVANCED SEQUENCE No.3 – UNINTERUPTED FLOW



FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC – WEEKEND MODULE 5

Establishing deeper understanding and practice of the programme explained in weekend seminar 4: Jivatma, Atma and Paramatma Yoga: detailed explanation and practice according to the eight limbs of Maharishi Patanjali Yoga, and practice of Nitya sadhana.



Detailed consideration and practical application of yoga and ayurveda therapy approach for having strong immune system (asana, pranayama, meditation, routine of life, diet, herbal medicines).


Traditional yoga practice from Gorakshanath explained in Gorakshashatakam:

„Asana, Pranasamyama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi – these six are the limbs of Yoga“. – Gorakshashatakam 4.

Deatiled explanation of pranasamyama.


Experiential Yoga (Yoga Anubhava) Dr. Bhole aproach.



Therapeutic benefits of Pranayamas.



Detailed practice of Bhastrika pranayama


Practice of pranayamas explained by Gorakshanath in Gorakshashataka.


        

Practice of sequence of asanas along with bandhas, mudras, pranasamyama, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyan and samadhi.



FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC – WEEKEND MODULE 6






Detailed study of ancient texts of Hatha and Natha Yoga and their practical application in different yoga practices:


Hatha Yoga Pradipika


Yoga Yajnavalkya


Gorakshashatakam.



Experiential Yoga (Yoga Anubhava) Dr. Bhole aproach.

Asana, Pranayama, Nitya sadhana



Therapeutic benefits of Pranayamas.


Practice of Kriyas, Bandhas and Mudras


        

Practice of sequence of asanas and pranayamas from Shree Krishnamacharya




FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC – WEEKEND MODULE 7



DETAILED STUDY OF ANCIENT TEXT MAHARISHI PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATION IN DIFFERENT YOGA PRACTICES


EXPERIENTIAL YOGA DR. BHOLE APPROACH (ANUBHAVA YOGA)


ASANA, PRANAYAMA, NITYA SADHANA


PRACTICE OF THE THIRD SET OF YOGA ASANA



FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC – WEEKEND MODULE 8


DETAILED STUDY OF ANCIENT TEXT VIJNANA BHAIRAVA AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATION IN DIFFERENT YOGA PRACTICES


PRACTICE OF KRIYAS, BANDHAS AND MUDRAS


        

PRACTICE OF SEQUENCE OF ASANAS AND PRANAYAMAS FROM SHREE KRISHNAMACHARYA


FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC – WEEKEND SEMINAR 9



PROGRAM:


VEDIC YOGA: SOURCE, PRACTICE AND GOAL


VEDIC ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR STRUCTURING VEDIC BODY


PRINCIPLES OF VEDIC YOGA


PRACTICE OF KRIYA, ASANA AND PRANAYAMA IN THE LIGHT OF VEDIC YOGA


VEDIC YOGA THERAPY


VEDIC YOGA PSYCHOLOGY


ITIHASA, MAHABHARATA, BHAGAVAD GITA


UPANGAS OF THE VEDA – MAHARISHI PATANĐALI YOGA SUTRAS



FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 10



MARMA THERAPY


 

FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 11


REPETITION OF PRACTICE LEARNED DURING THE FOURTH YEAR WITH

EVALUATION OF THE CORECTNES OF THE PRACTICE.


 INSTRUCTION IN COBRAS BREATH



PRACTICE OF YOGA ADVANCED SEQUENCE No.3 – UNINTERUPTED FLOW



PRACTICE OF YOGA NIDRA.




 

FOURTH YEAR YOGA TTC - WEEKEND MODULE 12



EXAMINATION:



PRESENTATION AND EVALUATION OF SEMINAR WORK.



QUESTIONS AND ANSWER SESION



FINALISATION OF THE FOURTH YEAR OF STUDY AND CONFIRMING THE CERTIFICATES.

YOGA TEACHER FINAL EXAM PROCEDURE


1. In order to register for the exam applicants will need to show an official certification that they have completed 600 hours yoga education.

2. Each applicant will also be required to write an essay on yoga (40 to 70 pages, minimum 40 pages text, specify literature, references, etc.). The maximum time for writing the essay allotted is 6 months for each essay. This essay should be submitted at least two months before the exam to the course leader. At exam the candidate should present essay and answer all questions of the participants of exame.

3. In your yoga centre under the supervision of the course leader conduct 6 yoga presentations. One  presentation lasts 45 min. 20 hours of assistence to the course leader or an other yoga teacher. Also 2 yoga presentations should be held  in some other yoga centre.

4. Two months before exam submit to the course leader your personal diary about experiences in your yoga practice for evaluation.

5. Present to the course leader your homeworks for evaluation. Homework must contain written preparation for specific yoga lesson taught and held during the yoga education course, and then after the lesson the applicant should write its reflection and conclusion about that theme.  

6. Oral exam lasts 45 min. with participation of 3 students who are also present at the exame.

7. Practical exam lasts 45 min. Applicant must conduct his own yoga class. One week before conducting yoga lesson submit to the course leader the plan of lesson (which asanas, pranayama, etc. will be presented) and methodology of approach for conducting yoga lesson, so that course leader can exame submitted plan and give suggestions.

8. Being an example of what he teaches. Having healthy lifestyle (no smoking, no taking alcohol, drugs).

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