Unlock Your Potential: Online Yoga Teacher Training Coursein Teacher Training
What you will learn?
Gain a comprehensive understanding of yoga's historical background and origins
Explore the philosophical foundations of yoga and its influence on spirituality
Develop a deep knowledge of the human body from anatomical and philosophical perspectives
Master fundamental yoga practices such as asana, pranayama, meditation, and relaxation techniques
Discover various styles of yoga and their unique approaches and benefits
About this course
Embark on the Pre-Yoga Teacher Training module, designed to provide a solid foundation for aspiring yoga teachers or anyone interested in deepening their knowledge. Upon completion, you will possess the necessary skills and confidence to begin a formal teacher training program. This module is a prerequisite for other yoga-related modules, setting you on the path to a fulfilling career as a yoga teacher.
Join us today and take your first step towards becoming a certified yoga teacher.
Explore the origins of yoga, which originated in India during the Satya Yuga. Understand the meaning of "Yoga" as the union of the individual soul with the universal soul.
Discover the four periods of yoga: Vedic, Pre-Classical, Classical, and Post-Classical. Dive into the scriptures associated with each period and their impact on the development of yoga.
Taken from the Yoga Humanities module this video explains, the origin of Yoga and outlines the historical presence and existence of yoga and its practices and yoga therapy.
This section provides an overview of the Sankhya philosophy, which is one of the six classical schools of Hindu/Indian philosophy. Its influence can be seen in the Yoga and Vedanta schools.
The reading material also discusses the law of karma, which is the law of action or cause and effect, and explains why people might suffer from illness and accidents. With the five main afflictions being highlighted as the source of our suffering the solutions to overcome them are also explained.
This section provides an anatomical and philosophical view of the human body. Anatomically, the study material lists the various organs and systems that keep the human body alive and functional. It also gives details about the size, weight, and functions of some of the largest organs such as the skins, liver, brain, lungs, heart, kidneys, spleen, pancreas, and thyroid.
Philosophically, the study material mentions the Naturopathic, Yogic, and Ayurvedic views of the human body based on the five elements and three ailments that represent our internal organs.
Taken from the Anatomy module, this interactive chapter covers the structure and function of cells, body organization, and the 11 organ systems in our body and their roles.
This section explores the differences between traditional exercise routines and yoga, highlighting that yoga provides a holistic approach to conditioning and strengthening the body, improving joint health and range of motion and providing functional fitness that engage both mind and body.
This section emphasizes the importance of practice in the science of yoga known as Para-Vidya. It explains that yoga is not just about acquiring knowledge but applying it to daily life, both physically and mentally. The study material describes the different paths of yoga, starting with karma yoga.
This study material describes the second path of yoga - The Bhakti Yoga. Deepen your understanding of bhakti yoga, exploring the path of devotion, love, and surrender as a means to connect with the divine and cultivate inner transformation.
This study material describes the third path of yoga – The Jnana yoga. Delve into the wisdom of jnana yoga, which focuses on self-inquiry, self-realization, and the pursuit of knowledge to attain spiritual awakening and liberation.
This study material describes the fourth path of yoga – Raja Yoga. Explore the path of raja yoga, emphasizing willpower, concentration, and meditation techniques to still the mind, cultivate inner strength, and attain spiritual growth.
The study material presents the relationship between physical postures and breathing exercises to spiritual development.
The study material emphasizes the importance of mindfulness, a vegetarian diet, and regular meditation for a well-rounded yoga practice through informative readings.