Siddhi Yoga- The way to Tranquility
India is a symbol of unity in itself and its endeavor towards the perfection and unity reflects in various practices. Experience the uniqueness of physical, psychological and spiritual bliss with Yoga training teachers with us. We bring the best and renowned Yoga teachers around the world under one roof, in a breath taking serene and peaceful environment and moments worth enjoying and living.
Our Siddhi Yoga, is a leading and well known name for teachers training of Yoga in India and we offer a multitude of courses like RYT200 and RYT300 with much needed proficiency. We are a certified, accredited and recognized Yoga teaching institute holding the permissions from —- and ———. Emphasizing on bringing the mental and physical peace and revolutionary changes in our learners and students, our hands on teaching is tightly focused on body postures, yoga alignments, meditations, therapeutic natural healing and comfort.
Yoga Teacher Training Course Details
Yoga culture has arisen to be one of the most popular movements of 21st century and people all around the world are aware about the benefits it caters. Most of these populaces are seeking Yoga training from proficient and experienced Yoga gurus, who want to shed lights on the techniques, impart knowledge and share the benefits of ancient science of Yoga. For many years, Yoga lovers and seekers have been frequently visiting India to learn the Yoga teachers training. Our Sidhhi Yoga Program is the right opportunity for those learners. We strive on acquiring the higher goals of Yoga, i.e. aligning your body, soul and mind with inner stillness, traditional yoga experience to a new level and spreading the tenets of this high in demand art.
Our RYT200 course helps you to learn how to align the body as per described by the Yoga principles through the Yogic posture practices, meditation and postures. While our RYT300 course teaches on how to explore the different asanas with the deeper aspects and familiarizes you with more meditation forms. These yoga practices are a fusion of Vedic sciences, traditional Yoga and thus the learner can become a good and able teacher as well. Not only the training will embed healthy, flexible, meditative and peaceful practices at your personal level but you will also gain an insight on certain tips and subtle points through which you can share your knowledge and experience with family and friends.
Since, Yoga is a form of art and medical science and that’s why we believe it cannot be bounded by books or protocols. Just like Yoga inculcates flexibility on physical level, likewise it also teaches the mental flexibility. Each individual has its own weakness and strengths and we respect that. Keeping in mind those weaknesses and strengths as well as the limitations, we teach each student differently. The experienced Acharyas and Gurus keep a close look on each student as they progress and take them to next stage when so ever it is needed.
At Siddhi Yoga , we are proficient trainers of hatha, vinyasa, ashtanga and therapeutic yoga. Though all these styles have been adopted from ancient Yoga, yet they are very contemporary in delivering the peace of mind. The training also includes yogic postures, cleansing, mudras, pranayama and meditation.
Yoga along with times has evolved and diversified to different styles and some teachers and gurus have evolved their own versions of Yoga, personal adaptation of poses and some have also added their inputs creating new elements of this ancient science. Each of these adaptations have their own benefits of working.
Guru Mahi in Action with Goa, January 2014 Class
The famous styles in yoga are:
Hatha Yoga- The culmination of Asanas
Hatha Yoga is a very generic form of Yoga whose elemental facets can be found to be inculcated in many other forms of Yoga. It lays emphasis on Physical postures, is very gentle in approach and can be learned easily while you are under supervision. The goal of this Yoga is to align the body and he natural elements in a much relaxed and rejuvenating ways. This style of Yoga is essentially not stressful and purely lays concentration on purification of body and thoughts, internally as well as externally. There are multiple poses and each of them has different effects on different bodily systems. The various poses of Hatha Yoga include:.
- Standing asanas – that help to strengthen the solid dimensions of skeletal, bone structures and dimensions of body.
- Sitting asanas – fortifies the liquid dimensions of your body and thus, helps to smoothen the working of excretory and reproductive systems
- Prone asanas – for improving and strengthening the digestive, respiratory and circulatory system
- Supine asanas – will help you to improvise blood circulation, cleanses the lungs and aid the autonomous nervous systems functionality
- Inverted asanas – bring positive changes in Central nervous system. It also helps in Hypothalamus improvement.
Our Hatha Yoga training will teach you Kriyas, Asanas, Pranyams, Mudras, Bandanas which helps cleansing and energy locks.
Vinyasa as it means flow in Sanskrit is very true to its name and constitutes sequence of versatile body movements, harmonized with patterns of breathing and mostly accompanied by music. It’s a treat for eyes to see people practicing Vinyasa sessions as it has vivid movements and none of the movements is same. Most of the times, each session includes a series of choreographed postures, kriyas, and breathing that helps to fortify the body and relieve the mind. One of the most important elements of Vinyasa sessions is Surya Asanas also called as Sun Salutation Postures. This type of yoga is meant for both beginners as well as experienced practitioners.
Popularly called as Power Yoga, Ashtanga yoga is a complex and demanding type of Yoga and concentrates on toxin releases via sweat. The entire focus of this practice is laid primarily on releasing the toxins, strengthening the muscles and toning them. Being an intense form of Yoga, the Ashtanga works majorly on 8 different postures that are done and performed with dedication and discipline. And thus, it is very different from Vinyasa and helps to harmonize the different postures with breath. This form of Yoga is different from the above mentioned forms and is in vogue for last few years. It is one of the greatest ways to get back into shape and also offers multiple psychosomatic benefits.
As the name suggests it helps to heal physical injuries, chronic pains and ailments through asanas. The main goal of Yoga is to stabilize the physical well being and this form of Yoga takes this message to a new level. A blend of gentle Yoga postures, pranayams and meditation it helps in relieving various problems like:
- Mood Disorders
- Chronic Pain
- High blood pressure
- Stress Related Illness
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Flat feet
- Cervical pain
- Prenatal Stress
- Cancer Related Stress
This form is tried and tested solution for age related elements as well. The principle of this practice is that diseases in human body are caused due to lack of energy, called as prana in particular areas. These vortexes of energy can be attained, rebalanced or acquired through Therapeutic Yoga.
At Siddhi yoga training, we offer a comprehensive and exhaustive set of training to the learners so that they can equally benefit from learning and experience.
Guidelines of Teaching
Merely possessing knowledge in particular area of subject and sharing it with others are two vertically opposite things. And that’s why we know the difference. Our Siddhi Yoga training primarily emphasis on learning the postures, prayanams and asanas and then discusses on how to share this knowledge with others. While the former part is mostly delivered in every nook and corner of the city, the latter one often remains ignored and taken for granted. Our vision of teaching is such that we think of teaching as an art which needs to be learned before starting to share the knowledge with others. The focal points of our vision are defined and described below:
Positive Ways of Teaching Yoga
The trainers will teach the aspirants on how to communicate, give formulated instructions while teaching Yoga and they will also learn what can be the best possible framework, different teaching methodologies, personal attention to beginners, limitations and strength-weakness of student’s assessment and creating body and mind connections.
We think that the first and foremost task of a good teacher is to know how they can build a respectable and positive relationship with students, encouraging trust and personal bonding via communicative feedbacks. The teaching role must be mastered and the scenario must be like that when a teacher walks into the class, his aura and way of speaking does all the talking. Merely his presence should motive and inspire students, taking them delve deeper in to practice. Moreover, another trait of a good teacher is to have sharp eyes that can see the weaknesses and strength of students. This helps to impart the best postures and kriyas in a better way. Only a good teacher can identify when a student has learned enough to graduate and keeps safety norms in his mind. His sole attentions are:
- Principles of Body Alignment
- Gentle Yoga touch, helping in the right physical adapatations
Tips for Commercial Wisdom
At Siddhi yoga,we impart guidelines on how to set up your own Yoga studio which is centered on building a complex that can help you to increase commercially viable Yoga business. It will also include some Dos and Donts for this process and takes you on a journey of Yoga teaching success.
Our Teacher Training Programs comply with international standards and the guidelines given by Yoga Alliance International. The following are some of the highlights:
1. Practical Aspects – Asanas, Kriyas, Pranayama, Mudras
The program covers the practical aspects of Yoga. Your session will usually be as follows:
- Warming up the body
- li>Going to different styles of Sun Salutation, Surya Namaskar
- Primary postures of Ashtanga
- Body alignment restoration
- Lyengar and Vinyasa yoga
While the Vinyasa yoga brings the fun elements, quirky body movements, happy hips, chakra journey and more, the therapeutic and Hatha yoga come in to play at later parts of life. Cleansing Kriyas, mudras and pranayama helps in internalizing the practice of yoga.
2. Physiology & Anatomy
Yoga keeps human body on priority. The functioning and working of different body systems in studied and it includes:
- Skeletal system
- Nervous system
- Circulatory system
- Glands and organs
The benefits of Yoga on each of them will be shown and the learner will be told how important is balance, alignment, orientation and equanimity is in Yoga.
Yoga Lineage and Development
The origins and roots of yoga are also studied; along with its various interpretations by Indian yoga masters. These include the four paths of ancient yoga in India (Bhakti, Jnana, Karma, Rajas), the five pillars of yoga, the three gunas (qualities), meditation, the importance of the cosmic sound ‘aum,’ and last but not the least the qualities of a good yoga teacher. Theory classes are often followed by short tests to gauge the grasp and understanding of students.
Teach the Teacher
As mentioned above, our training institute focuses on important of teaching methodologies. We appreciate it when students can share their knowledge and experience with professionals. We are aimed to produce commercially viable Yoga teachers and it is through sharing you experiences that you will come to know and understand the importance of Yoga, its methods, Do’s and Don’ts to produce a successful Yoga venture.
Need for Certification
It is through the popularity of Yoga that has resulted in increment of certified Yoga teachers in demand. The certification is crucial and reason being that since Yoga has its own principles which are must to be followed that’s why they must be learned and accredited. There are numerous places like private yoga studios, health institutes, clubs and colleges that are in need of Yoga teachers holding certifications for their professional needs.
A yoga certification program has its own benefits:
- Professionally designed programs
- Good salability in the yoga market
- Better compensation – certified teachers are more valuable and sought after
Location and Accommodation
Our professional training institute is located at Goa, Dharamshala and Rishikesh as all these destinations are naturally beautiful, culturally and spiritually rich and high on traditions.
- Goa is one of the most visited tourist places in India and is covered with white sand beaches, blue water and waves, hills, valleys, parties and a blend of cultural life. The serenity and tranquility of Goa makes it irresistible for Yoga lovers to reach there and learn. After all it’s the environment that sets the mood for Learning.
- Dharamashala is a small town in HImalyan lap and is one of the rarest fusions that depict nature, art, spirituality, and home to the Holy Spirit, Dalai Lama. The snow capped mountains, sky high peaks, dense forests, rivers and waterfalls the pristinely place is another perfect place to learn Yoga.
- Rishikesh, the meaning of the word itself is the long flowing hairs of a sage, is the yoga capital of world and is situated on the banks of holy River Ganges. This holy town is the best choice to set up training institutes as the seekers and yoga learners enthusiasts flock here in wholesale.
Our Siddhi Yoga,training institute inculcates all the essential facilities and luxuries that one might need to spend a long pleasant day there. Students and learners who enroll for our RYT200 and RYT300 programs can be confident of getting the most peaceful, natural and clean surrounding with hygienic vegetarian food, friendly staff and experienced Yoga gururs on all the three centers.
Dharamshala is a scenic small town nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. A rare fusion of nature, art and spirituality, it is also home to His Holiness, The Dalai Lama. Famous images such as snow-capped mountains kissing the sky, dense deodar forests, sparkling rivers and pristine waterfalls personify Dharamshala; add to that the exquisite fusion of Indian and Tibetan culture, and we have just about the perfect place for practicing yoga.
Rishikesh literally meaning ‘the long flowing hair of a sage’ is not only famous as the birthplace of yoga but also referred to as the ‘yoga capital of the world’. Resting on the banks of the holy river Ganges and on the foothills of the Himalayas, Rishikesh epitomizes India in many ways. This holy town is home to many great yogis and spiritual masters. Seekers and yoga enthusiasts flock here round the year to learn and deepen their spiritual practice.
Siddhi Yoga India provides all the facilities for a long and pleasant stay. Students who enroll for our RYT 200 & RYT 300 programs can be assured of peaceful natural surroundings, great food and friendly staff at all our centers.
Yoga is all about balance and unity and that’s why we keep a balance for your daily day to day activities. We have our schedule designed and these principles need to be followed by every disciple with us. Your typical day would be like:
A detailed schedule is provided to students on arrival.
Day to Day Schedule
- Mornings begin with the practice of yoga postures followed by breakfast.
- Next, there are classes on human anatomy, yoga philosophy and teaching methodology, followed by lunch.
- Yoga Postures
- Free time after lunch allows students to relax or take a short nap.
- In the afternoon there are workshops on various related subjects
- Later in the evening more yoga practice including pranayama, meditation and yoga-nidra (relaxed awareness).
- Late evenings are free to go around, socialize or relax.
You can further attain a detailed schedule by visiting us at any of the centers. We ensure a safe and serene environment for learning and strive to offer end to end session to each of the students that come to us. Yoga teachers training by Siddhi Yoga is unparalleled to any other in place as we are prone to perfection. Our mission is to develop teachers that are well versed with great Yoga Knowledge.
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