Duration: 3 months Time: 5.00-7.00 am (Week days) Venue: Sri Aurobindo International School, Vidyanagar, Osmania University Road, Hyderabad Start date: 30th September 2019 Monday 5.00 AM Course donation: 25000 All are welcome for a free introductory talk by Dr Kumar on 22nd September 2019 (Sunday) at 10.00 am at the same venue Eligibility – Any aspirant or yoga teacher with a strong determination to pursue the course.

 

Course

 

Course Outline Dr. Kumar has learned in 86 schools of yoga with teachers including Krishnamacharya, BKS Iyengar and Swami Vishnudevananda. He uses this deep knowledge and his experience as an award-winning scientist to bring fresh perspectives to Yoga. Due to the pandemic, Dr. Kumar will be teaching an international course online. As a result we have a rare opportunity to train with him The course will cover the full spectrum of Yoga and its underlying science including but not limited to Yoga exercise physiology, meditation, translation and analysis of Yoga scriptures, diet, nutrition and nutraceuticals. Dr Kumar’s teaching is spontaneous and boundless. Prepare to be challenged and enlightened by the unique experience of learning with him. His teaching is deeply rooted in the purity of authentic traditions. The underlying question being addressed throughout the course is, ‘how does one live in the wisdom of Yoga, in today’s world? “Yoga is not for the few, Yoga is for all.” [/popup] 

Course Outline Dr. Kumar has learned in 86 schools of yoga with teachers including Krishnamacharya, BKS Iyengar and Swami Vishnudevananda. He uses this deep knowledge and his experience as an award-winning scientist to bring fresh perspectives to Yoga. Due to the pandemic, Dr. Kumar will be teaching an international course online. As a result we have a rare opportunity to train with him The course will cover the full spectrum of Yoga and its underlying science including but not limited to Yoga exercise physiology, meditation, translation and analysis of Yoga scriptures, diet, nutrition and nutraceuticals. Dr Kumar’s teaching is spontaneous and boundless. Prepare to be challenged and enlightened by the unique experience of learning with him. His teaching is deeply rooted in the purity of authentic traditions. The underlying question being addressed throughout the course is, ‘how does one live in the wisdom of Yoga, in today’s world? “Yoga is not for the few, Yoga is for all.” [/tab] [/tabs]

The course syllabus

Introduction – Definition of Yoga – Concepts and Misconcepts – Yoga in relation to other systems of Indian thought – Shat Darsanas – Sankhya,Nyaya, Vaisesika, Meemamsa, Yoga and Vedanta – The Sankhya Philosophy – Different schools of Yoga in India and abroad – External Yoga – Yogasanas and Suryanamaskars – Hatha Yoga – Kriyas (Purification Techniques) – Asanas (Group Concept) – Standing Asanas – Core Refinement – Arm Balances – Backbends – Seated and Supine Twists – Forward Bends and Hip Openers – Inversions – Savasana – Pranayamas (Aerobic / Anaerobic) – Mudra and Bandhana – Cyclic Breathing Technique – Visualization Techniques and Kundalini as the culmination of Hatha Yoga (all teachings and techniques are based on Nath Tradition and Ancient Texts like Hatha Yoga Pradeepika, Hatha Ratnavali, Siva Samhitha, Gheranda Samhitha, Kurantaka Yoga and Kapala Kurantaka Yoga) – Internal Yoga – Meditation – Meaning & Concept – Need of Meditation – Techniques of Meditation – Tools of Meditation – Advantages of Meditation – Experience of Meditation – Obstacles –– Subjective meditation & Objective meditation techniques –Pathanjali Yoga Sutras (Ashtanga Yoga) – Different Streams of Yoga – Bhakti, Karma, Jnana and Introduction to Raja Yoga – A 2 day (full time) residential meditation course at the end Yoga and Other Alternative Sciences – Yoga and Ayurveda – Yoga and Naturopathy – Accupressure and Accupuncture – Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga – Therapies for common problems like Obesity, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Arthritis, Spondylitis, Sinusitis, Migraine, PCOD, Backache and Knee pain – Anatomy and Physiology – Different systems of the body in relation with Chakras (Plexus) and the problems associated there with – the Cell and Mytochondria – The Cell Metabolism (Krebs Cycle) – The Neuron –Importance of glands – Hormonal imbalance – Diet, Nutrition & Healing – Diet Chart – Healthy Diet comprising of Macronutrients and Micronutrients – Dietary recommendations – World Health Organization and American Heart Association (DASH Diet) – Macrobiotic diet – Benefits of Dietary Fiber – Organic Food Facts – Healthy Food Recipes – Different Types of Vitamins – Carbohydrates (Simple and Complex Carbohydrates) – (Monosaccharide, Disaccharide, Polysaccharide and Cellulose Carbohydrates) – Importance of Minerals, Fiber, Proteins and Fats – Balanced Diet for different Age groups – the right and the wrong combination of Diet – Importance of water, salts, oils, nuts, fruits and raw vegetables in daily life. Download Registration Form Download Code of Conduct

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