300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

300 hrs yoga teacher training curriculum
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    Vinyasa flow yoga

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    Traditional Hatha yoga

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    Pranayama (breathing practice).

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    Anatomy & Psychology of human body in yogic way.

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    Understanding the roots of yoga philosophy.

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    Study of the entire yoga hypothesis on the basis of ancient scriptures.

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    Introduction of Ashtanga yoga (Eight Steps of yoga).Yoga therapy

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    Meditation and its different practices

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    Primary stage of Kundalini yoga and its preparations.

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    Yoga – Nidra art of sleeping practice.

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    Mantra yoga.

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    Introduction of Mudras ( Gesture ) & Bandhas ( Locks).

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    Shat-kriyas (Six cleansing techniques) and its related therapies.

The main objective of our course is to allow you to develop a self-practice for both sprituallly and physically in each of the area listed below.

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    Practical sessions.

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    Anatomy and physiology of yogic practice.

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    Yoga philosophy

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    Teaching Methodology

Practical sessions includes
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    Introduction of Hatha Yoga.

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    Advance practice of Joints and Glands movementsseries.

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    Technique, teaching, method, application, contra-indication and benefits of Asana.

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    Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation).

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    Chandra Namaskar (Moon salutation)

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    Bharadvajasana.

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    Naukasana- Boat Pose.

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    Agnisthambh Asana - Fire Log Pose.

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    Sarp Asana - Snake Pose

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    Shalabh Asana - Locust Pose

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    Dhanur Asana - Bow Pose.

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    Chakra Asana - Wheel Pose.

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    Janu Sirshasana - Head to knee pose.

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    Parivirta janu sirshasana - Revolving head to knee pose.

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    Paschimottanaasana - Seated forward bend.

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    Tiriang Mukhaika pada paschimottanasana - Reverse leg direction of one leg intense east stretch.

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    Baddha konasana A to B - Bound angle Posture.

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    Marichyasana A,B,C & D.

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    Natrajasana - Lord Shiva's pose.

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    Virabhadrasana A,B,C - Warrior Pose.

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    Ardh Chandrasana - Half Moon Pose

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    Utthita trikonasana- Triangle Pose

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    Parivritta Parsvakonasana - Revolving triangle.

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    Prasarita padottanasana A,B,C,D - Intense wide leg stretch.

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    Parsvottanaasana - Intense side stretch posture.

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    Uttkatasana - Chair Pose.

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    Utthita hasta padangustasana

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    Vatayanasana - horse face pose

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    Mayurasana - peacock pose

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    Koormasana - Tortoise pose.

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    Hanuman Asana

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    Brahmacharya Asana - Celebacy Pose

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    Chaturanga Danad Asana - Four limb staff pose.

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    Adho Mukha Swanasana - Downward facing Dog Pose.

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    Urdhwa Mukha Swanaasana - Upward facing dog.

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    Pincha Mayurasana - Feathered Peacock pose.

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    Ekpad Koundinyasana - sage koundinyaasana.

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    Handstand - Adho Mukha Vrkshasana..

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    Ardh-Pinch Mayurasana.

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    Makara Adho Mukha Svanasana- Dolphin plank pose.

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    Kukkutasana - Rooster pose.

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    Bakasana - crow pose.

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    Ek pada bakaasana - One leg crow pose.

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    Parshva bakasana - side crow.

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    Ashtavakrasana - eight-twists pose.

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    Utthan Pristhasana - Lizaard pose.

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    Pashasana - Noose Pose.

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    Titibasana - Fire fly pose.

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    Upavista konasana A to B - seated angle posture.

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    Supta Konasana A & B - Lying down Reclined leg angle posture.

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    Halasana - Plough Pose.

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    Sarvang Asana - Shoulder Stand.

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    Padam Sarvang Asana - Shoulder stand lotus pose.

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    Sirshasana - HEad stand.

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    Ekpad Sirasna - one foot to head pose.

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    Inversion posterior stretch.

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    Matasayasana - Fish pose.

Pranayama (yogic breathing): Here the students will learn the clear concepts and practices of Pranayama including different breathing exercises mentioned in Hatha yoga & Kumbhaka (breath retention) with benefits and contra-indications.

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    What is pranayama?

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    What is the purpose of practicing pranayama?

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    What are the contra-indications and benefits of pranayama practices?

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    Introduction of Paranayama

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    What is breathing?

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    Yogic breathing.

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    Seetkari Pranayama (Cooling breath).

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    Kapalbhati Pranayama (Frontal brain cleanising).

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    Sheetali Pranayama (cooling Pranayama).

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    Bharamri Pranayama(Humming Bee Breath).

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    Plawani Pranayama(Gulping Breath).

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    Nadi Shodhan.

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    Anulom Viloma Pranayama (Alternate-Nostril Breathing).

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    Surya Bhedi Pranayama (Sun-Piercing Pranayama).

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    Chandra Bhedi Pranayama (Moon-Piercing Pranayama).

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    Ujjayi Pranayama (Psychic Breath).

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    Bhastrika Pranayama ( Bellows Breath).

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    Moorcha Pranayama(Swooning Breath).

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    Kewali Pranayama (So-Ham Pranayama).

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    Udhagedha Pranayama.

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    Kaki Pranayama ( Crow Beak Breath).

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    The Importance and practices of Kumbhaka (Breath Retention).

The sanskrit word Mudra is translated as Gesture or attitude.. Hand gestures is an ancient aspect of yoga. The practice of Mudra (Gesture) effects the energy flow of the body and can change a persons mental & spritual characteristics.

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    Introduction of Mudras.

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    Chin Mudra.

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    Jnana Mudra.

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    Yoni Mudra.

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    Hridaya Mudra.

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    Kaki Mudra.

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    Ashwini Mudra.

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    Nasikagra Mudra.

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    Shambhavi Mudra.

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    Vipareeta Karni Mudra.

The word Bandha means Hold or Lock.The practice of Bandhas strengthens the entire body from the inside out.The main aim of bandha is to lock the pranas in the particular parts of the body so the prana can flow into the Main nadi name Sushumna nadi for the purpose of spritual awakening.

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    Introduction of Bandha.

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    Mool Bandha(Root Lock).

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    Uddiya Bandha (Abdominal Lock).

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    Jalandhar Bandha (Throat Lock).

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    Maha Bandha(The great Lock).

Shatkarma (Cleansing Process): Shatkarma is six yogic cleansing techniques for purifying the tissues and organ systems while bringing harmony in their functioning in the most simple and natural manner. Our Shatkarma class will cover:

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    What is Shatkarma?.

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    Purpose of Practicing Shatkarma.

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    Benefits of Practicing Shatkarma.

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    Jala Neti.

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    Rubber Neti.

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    Dhauti Kriya.

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    Danda Kriya.

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    Kunjal Kriya.

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    Laghu Sankha Prakchalana.

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    What is Ayurveda?.

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    What is Vata?

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    What is Pitta?

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    What is Kapha?

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    How to recognize body type?

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    How to uses the herbs iin Ayurveda?

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    How to use spices for Kitchen?

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    Types of taste of the tounge?

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    How to check the Nadis of the Body?

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    What is the terminology of Ayurveda?

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    What are Pre-Symptoms of Diseases?

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    Types of Diseases.

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    Food of Vata, Pitta, Kapha Bodies.

Yogic Methods Of Healing.
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    What is Yogic Methods of Healing?.

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    History and Outline of Yogic Methods of Healing according to Indian Scriptures.

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    Areas of Yogic Method of Healing.

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    Principles of Yogic Healing.

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    Respiratory Disorder and its cure: Asthma, Bronchitis, Sinocits.

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    Digestive dsiorder and its cure: Indigestion, Low digestion, constipation, Colitis.

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    Nervous System: Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Insomnia.

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    Skeleton System: Cervical, Lumber, Sciatica, Slipped disk, Lower back pain.

Meditation
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    Introduction to Meditation.

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    Why to Meditate? Benefits of Meditation.

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    Meitation and Brain waves.

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    Ajapa japa meditation.

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    Heart Centre meditation.

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    Mantra meditation.

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    Chakra Shuddhi meditation.

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    Meditation and its effects on Stress Management.

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    Obstacles in Meditation.

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    Practices of Pratyahara.

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    Practices of Kaya Sthairyam (Body Stillness).

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    Awareness of Senses

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    Yoga Nidra.

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    Practices of Trataka.

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    Concentration of 5 elements.

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    Silence Meditation.

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    Role of concentration in Meditation.

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    Tips for developing concentration.

Yoga Anatomy
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    Yogic Anatomy & Physiology.

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    Common Diseases and cures.

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    Respiratory system & Yogic Breathing.

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    Digestive System & Effect of Yoga on Disgestive System.

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    Endocrine system & effect of Yoga practices on endocrine system.

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    Nervous system and effect of Yoga.

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    Skeletal system and effects of yoga on skeletal system.

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    The structure of the spine and its movement in yoga.

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    Know the basic studies and types of joints to avoid injury during Asana Classes.

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    Types of the contraction in the muscular system.

Yoga philosophy
  • What is Yoga?
  • What is Hatha Yoga?
  • Philosophy of Hatha Yoga.
  • Purpose of Hatha Yoga.
  • What is Raja Yoga?
  • Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi.
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  • Causes of Failure in Sadhana.
  • How to reach success in Sadhana.
  • Hatha Yoga Pradipika.
  • Gherand Samhita.
  • Bhagavad Gita.
  • Chkras & Chakras Philosophy.
Mantra yoga: tools for freedom and perfection.
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    What is the meaning of Mantra?

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    The positive vibrations or energies that come with chanting mantras.

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    The correct pronunciations of each mantra.