YOGA INSTRUCTORS COURSE

Code: YIC Duration 6 Months Download Application Form Now

YIC (Yoga Instructor course) is a professional yoga instructor training program offered by S-VYASA, deemed university based at Bengaluru. The course is designed holistically and students can learn much mere yoga postures and breathing practices. S-VYASA has been offering this course over the last 3 decades all over the globe with great benefits. At the end of this course, the students will be able to teach yoga to the general public including those having health-related complaints. This course teaches you the holistic way to prevent diseases, promote positive health and bring harmony and peace in the society.

Objectives

YIC has been specially designed in such a way that within six months, a person would feel comfortable and sufficiently knowledgeable to be able to teach yoga, in a positive and non-harmful manner, which imbibes ancient wisdom of India.

Furthermore, the YIC is designed so as to allow the students to teach the general public straightaway with confidence in a holistic manner.

YIC introduces the concept of right way of living, which can be easily translated into their lives.

YIC is the flagship course of S-VYASA that also allows student to progress onto other long-term courses.

YIC has been designed to inspire people from all nations to come and learn the basis of yoga and its applications, so that old ideas, prejudices and barriers are removed. The concept of universal brotherhood gets developed through YIC.

YIC uses ancient teachings of India to help students to understand the strength of India to make her ‘Jagad Guru’ once again.

ADMISSION for YIC

Eligibility

To be eligible for admission into the course, students should have passed 12th std (IInd PUC/ +2/12 years of education) with basic knowledge of English language. (The course modules are in while the medium of instruction will be in the local language, Malayalam.)

Dress code and discipline

During practice session,
Gents have to wear Blue colour track suit, White T- shirt.
Ladies have to wear Blue colour salvar kameez.
For other sessions apart from practice session, any general decent dress code can be used.
The daily program starts at 5.30 a.m. and continues till 9.30 p.m. All programs are compulsory including Vedic prayer (Ancient Indian Yogic) in Sanskrit and in Hindi in morning and evening. Library facility is available for reference.

Attendance Requirment

- Each month is considered as a unit and the candidate has to put in a minimum attendance of 90% in each subject.
- The student shall be informed about their attendance position periodically so that the students shall be cautioned to make up the shortage.

Course Fee Structure
S.No ITEM Rs. Ps.
1 Registration 12,500 00
2 Second Installment 4,500 00
3 Third Installment 4,000 00
Total 21,000 00
Articles To Be Brought

-3 number of passport size photos.
-SSLC Book first page copy.
-PDC / +2 Mark list.
-ID Proof.
-Bedding should essentially include thick bed sheet, carpet, blanket and Mosquito repellent.
-Toilet requirement.
-Writing material consists of a note book, foolscap papers ruled and each one dozen and a pen.
-Yoga Uniform, Yoga mat and studies material will be provided by Patanjali on payment.
-Please bring 1.Torch, 2.Umbrella, 3.Sweater during winter and other requirements.
-Please bring plate and steel glass to have food.

Course Syllabus

YIC T 101

Introduction to Yoga and its Streams

Yoga its origin, meaning, definition, misconceptions and happiness analysis

Jnana Yoga - This section will provide you continuously updated content about Jnana Yoga

Bhakti Yoga - This section will provide you continuously updated content about Bhakti Yoga

Raja Yoga - This section will provide you continuously updated content about Raja Yoga

Karma Yoga - This section will provide you continuously updated content about Karma Yoga

Unity in Diversity - This section will provide you continuously updated content about Unity in Diversity Kriyas, Mudras and Bhandas

YIC T 102

Teachings of Vivekananda and Applications of Yoga

Life sketch and teachings of Swami Vivekananda

Yoga, health, integrated yoga therapy, diet and nutrition

Yoga in the fields education, management, arts, music sports, physically, mentally and socially deprived persons and for personality development, yoga research, VYASA movement

Indian culture and meditation according to Bhagavadgita, life and message of Sri Ramakrishna and Ma Sharada

YIC T 201

Breathing Exercises

Standing

Hands In & Out, Hands Stretch And Ankle Stretch Breathing

Sitting

Tiger, Dog Rabbit And Shashankasana Breathing

Prone

Bhujangasana And Shalabhasana Breathing

Supine

Straight Leg Raise Breathing


Loosening Exercises

Standing

Simple or Slow Jogging, Backward Jogging, Forward Jogging and Side Jogging. Front and Back Bending, Side Bending and Twisting

Supine

Pavana Muktasana Kriya (Leg Rotation, Rocking And Rolling)

Suryanamaskar

Twelve Step Suryanamaskara with Prayer and Specific Mantra

Yogasanas

Standing Postures

Ardha kati cakrasana
Trikonasana
Parivrtta trikonasana
Parsva konasana
Ardha cakrasana
Pada hastasana

Sitting Postures

Vajrasana
Sasankasana
Supta vajrasana
Pascimatanasana
Ustrasana
Padmasana
Vakrasana
Ardha matsyendrasana14

Prone Postures

Bhujangasana
Salabhasana
Dhanurasana

Supine Postures

Sarvangasana
Matsyasana
Halasana
Cakrasana
Viparita karani

YIC P 202

Breathing practices and Pranayama

Purification
Kapalabhati
Bhastrika

Sectional breathing

Abdominal, Thoracic, Clavicular and Full Yogic Breathing

Balancing pranayama

Nadi Suddhi

Cooling pranayama

Sitali, Sitkari And Sadanta

Laya pranayama

Bhramari

Nadanusandhana

A, U, M and A-U-M chanting and Om meditation

Om and Cyclic Meditation

Om meditation
Cyclic meditation

Relaxation Techniques

IRT, QRT and DRT

Devotional Session

Bhajans, Dhuns, Namavalis
Prayers Of Yoga Sessions

Kriyas

Jala Neti, Sutra Neti And Vamana Dhauti
Trataka

YIC F 301

Field Work

Teaching Technique

Eight step procedure of teaching of yogasanas
Work report/teaching at least 3 asanas by the students
Sanskrita - Meaning and chanting of prayers
Yoga Games and Happy Assembly

Karma Yoga

Karma yoga project - planning, execution, results and report

YIC R 401

Writing of report

Skit presentation by the students on the theme of yoga

Class Timings
Type Class Time
Type I Monthly once Saturday and Sunday(Residential)

Course Curriculum

The Yoga Instructor course consists of the following the subjects which transforms the students could able to learn yoga and provides the platform to teach the yoga individually.

THEORY

1. Introduction to yoga and its’ streams (2 credits)
2. Life and Message of Spiritual Masters and Applications of Yoga (2 credits)

PRACTICAL

1.Asanas & Kriyas (2 credits)
2.Pranayama & Meditations (2 credits)
3.Teaching techniques & Karma yoga (2 credits)
4.Yogic games / Happy assembly and report (2 credits)

PERSONOLITY DEVELOPMENT

Yoga Instructors’ Course environmental potential at SVYASA influences that help individual to shape their personality.An individual’s personality is the complex of mental characteristics that makes them unique from other people. It includes all of the patterns of thought and emotions that cause us to do and say things in particular ways. At a basic level, personality is expressed through our temperament or emotions. The YIC at SVYASA provides the platform to build up the personality.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

1.Power point presentation
2.Knowing and applying eight steps method to teach
3.Demonstration
4.Group discussion
5.Group Practice
6.Library facility to all
7.Report & Worksheet writing and presentation of it
8.One to one discussion
9.Lectures
10.Review classes

REMEDIAL MEASURES FOR ACADEMICALLY WEAK STUDENTS

1.Provide additional coaching on regional language basis
2.Review classes
3.Encourage additional practice and reading

Core Values

Yoga Instructor Course has designed in such a way that students not mearly only teaching to the people in holistic manner, it also provdies the platform to learn many things.The core values of the YIC are as follows.

CONTRIBUTING TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Through this program development is achieved (Physical, mental, social and spiritual awareness).

Awareness of yoga, spiritual and traditional values are created among the public by the students who are trained at SVYASA in the right way of living.

Development of skills in various areas, which are multi-applicable to any situations, be it employment or leisure pursuit.

INCULCATING A VALUE SYSTEM AMONG STUDENTS

Here everyday activity are done which continue to instill traditional values to the students using a variety of methods

Maitrimilan – Chanting of Slok-Sangraha based on B.Gita and discourse on topics related to Yoga and spirituality

Karma yoga-Self less service.

Sattvic food-adjustment to eating a balance, simple, wholesome foods.

Honesty, sincerity, integrity, punctuality, morality, importance to traditional values, Universal brotherhood (all are called bhaiya’s and didi’s, spiritual values, value of rising early in the morning.

Spiritual guidance.

Overall the lifestyle change.

QUEST FOR EXCELLENCE

Self analysis (Working back at the activities and evaluating those activities).

Constant reviewing the running of the YIC course.

With daily meetings – reviewing what took place the day before. Ensuring any problems that arise are dealt with quickly, efficiently and effectively so that students are not disturbed un-necessarily.

Monthly review meeting are done once the course is complete for the analysis of success and failures. The monthly course is dissected with the use of the daily records to ensure, the next month runs even better than previous.

It is our mission to ensure the student receives the best education, understanding and development within one month. This is done with the use of feed back forms from the students, staff, alumni, parents and management.

PROMOTING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY

Yoga may be considered an ancient scientist but it is dynamic and makes use of new technologies

Teaching

Knowing (student centered learning techniques)

Teaching methodology (computers, LCD, Power point)

Streamlined computer process to maintain students records and Governance (for administration)

FOSTERING GLOBAL COMPETENCIES AMONG STUDENTS

Yoga may be considered an ancient scientist but it is dynamic and makes use of new technologies

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