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      September 20, 2019

      Friday   8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

      Mohan Chatti, Via Laxman Jhula P.O.Jogiana, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand,
      Rishīkesh, India 249304

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      500 Hr Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh, India.

      500 Hour Sattva Yoga Teacher Training

      The 500 Hour Sattva Teacher Training Is For Those Who Are Willing To Fully Immerse Themselves Into The Teachings Of Yoga.

      In This Training, Students Have The Option To Take Two Full Trainings Back To Back The 200 Hour And 300 Hour Training. There Is A Short Break In Between The Courses To Allow The Students To Experience, Teach And Have Time For Self Study And Practice. During This Break, Students Have The Option To Stay At Sattva Rishikesh And Sattva Retreat With Reduced Prices For Accommodation And Food. The Break Is Very Relevant And Important To Allow The Students To Ground The Knowledge Shared In 200Hours and Prepare Themselves For The 300Hours.

      Students Will Also Have The Opportunity To Practice And Teach At The Sattva Rishikesh Studio To Refine Their Understand And Knowledge, And Have Access To The Community While They Are Here. If There Are Any Other Events Happening They Will Have The Possibility To Attend At A Discounted Price.

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      200hour Training -

      Techniques, Training and Practice

      Foundational Yoga Poses: proper alignment, benefits, contraindications, modifications and injury prevention. Static, dynamic and flow version of all asanas.
      Vinyasa Karma- the art and science of intelligent sequencing.
      Powerful Pranayama (Breathwork): practice and teaching.
      Foundational Kundalini and Tantric Kriyas — Practice, effects, placement and delivery.
      Bandhas, mudras and shat karmas. Practice and teaching.
      Partner Work (tantric principles of healing through shiva/shakit , ying /yang.
      Initiation into Sattva Meditation practice and how to teach meditation to different people based on their needs. Focusing on the mind, its functions and transcendence of the mind accessing the pure field of potentiality.
      Mantras – their use, practice and teaching. Exploring nada and Laya.
      Fluid Freedom movement. Its practice, use and teaching.
      Developing and teaching personal Sadhana.
      Applied Anatomy, physiology and the energy body

      Western and Eastern Anatomy
      Anatomy of Asana and Kriya
      Systems of the Body
      Sattva Principles of Alignment
      Chakras, Koshas, prana vayus, nadis and gunas.
      Muscle and physical physiology
      Benefits, risks and modifications for all practices.
      Teaching Methodology

      How to observe and see bodies, energy and states of consciousness in students
      Developing your Voice and the use of vocabulary
      The art and science of using Music in classes
      The art and science of connecting with and uplifting your students.
      Developing your presence and authentic teaching style.
      Taking your seat as a teacher
      Offering safe adjustments and assists.
      Creating an optimal atmosphere for transformation.
      Learning to structure and teach classes and journeys in different environments to different people around the world.
      Yogic Philosophy, history and lifestyle

      Yoga Sutras and the 8 limbs of Yoga.
      Yogic History and understanding all paths of yoga.
      Introduction to subtle bodies
      Introduction to Ayurveda
      Introduction to the key ancient texts of the yogic path
      Understanding the foundational teachings of Yoga and Vedanta on Life, Self and the Universe.
      Yoga as a path to awakening and the Yogic way of life.
      Taking Yoga out of the Yoga room.

      Practice Teaching to individuals and to small groups
      Observing, giving and receiving feedback.
      Structuring different journeys, classes for different levels and themes.
      Teaching a full journey/class
      300 Hour Breakdown -

      1. Advanced Techniques and Practices of the Sattva practice of Yoga -70 hrs

      1. Advanced Hatha Asanas, Kundalini and Tantra Kriyas
      2. How to blend and work with 7 distinct styles of Yoga (7 Sattva Waves)and merge them into one organic whole.
      3. Advanced meditation practices
      4. How to use the techniques for healing and transformation of body, mind and spirit
      5. In-depth look at the relationship of the 5 layers of the body and the effect of the techniques on each
      6. Purpose, benefits, contract indications of all techniques and how to use to practice for the ultimate aim of Yoga
      7. Learn to class sequences (practice teaching mixed level classes and advanced classes
      2. Basic Sanskrit and Advanced Mantra practice 12 hours

      Learn the Sanskrit alphabet in Devanagari script. You will be able to read and pronounce Sanskrit words, as well as some grammar, and you will explore the role of Sanskrit in a yoga practice. Also, you will dive deep into advanced mantra practice and learn how to incorporate Naadin the classes to give a deeper experience to your students.

      3. Teaching Methodology- 50 hours

      The Sattva Yoga ®reg; teaching method; The 5 principles of teaching and 7 waves (7 distinct yogic tradition and their techniques) adjustments and assists, the art of sequencing, energetics of assists and vinyasa krama; ethics of teaching yoga, including the types of teachers and students; teaching Advanced Kundalini and Sattva Tantra Kriyas. Studying their transformative effects and learning how to blend them together with Vinyasa Krama. Expanding the range of your classes by incorporating different techniques and making the teaching have huge expanse.

      4. Scripture, Philosophy, Ethics, & Lifestyle- 30 hours

      Includes advanced philosophy, deeper understanding of the sutras, Bhagavad Gita, Hathayogapradipika, Tantras and Agamas, Upanishads

      5. Group Practicum- 12 hours

      Includes class observation and transcriptions focusing on adjustment, sequencing, theme, and music.

      6. Small Group Peer Review and Practicum-17 hours

      These are classes that you teach in a small group setting to hone your skills. Includes student teaching as well as observing and assisting in classes taught by others, oral presentation skills.

      7. Satsang… 55 hours

      Satsang combines many of the subjects of the course, including chanting, meditation, japa and mantra, nada yoga and music, community, diet, nutrition, Vedanta, philosophy and practical skills for conducting satsang. Question is answered as part of Satsang.

      8. Advanced Pranayama principles and practice. -10hours

      This includes the advanced principles and theory of pranayama, practical training in samavritti and visamavritti pranayama, including teaching methods.

      9. Daily Self study -20 hours

      Each day includes a self-study assignment to be completed and checked next day by the teachers.

      Home Study and Elective hours

      Complete all the training manual questions.
      Undertake a SEVA project (volunteer, serve ) and share your experience
      Log your personal sadhana (meditation practice)
      Structure and also observe 7 classes and write your experience
      Write a paper on the chosen topic.
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