Because this the top best 200 hour yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh india .
INTERNATIONAL YOGA AND MEDITATION SOCIETY" is not a Ordinary school of yoga its a Societies of yogis in Rishikesh.
Top best 200 hour yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh india is being Run in Ashram that has a specific Effect in our Physical and Pranic body.
We never accepts more then 25 students in one batch that Ensures the better quality of Education to each and Every student.
All the Rooms in the school are Double bed but we prefer to give for single student and charges as single bed room.
Meals provided by the school is pure saatvic which effects more Positively on your body because as you Eat your minds works according to that.
All the Teachers in Our yoga school are highly Experienced and are Registered yoga teachers(ryt) so they can deliver the best knowledge of yoga to every student.
Our yoga school is Registered from Yoga Alliance Usa and Under the society act 1860 of indian Act So it is completely Legitimate School.
It is a charitable organization Constructed for specific purpose .
This is the most affordable 200 hour yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh Comparing to the facilities
This is not just end of your journey to india you can come to India any time and stay here and deepen your practice by paying almost 60%of total price of course .
|Day||pranayama shatkarma||Hatha yoga||Break fast||Philosophy||Lunch||Anatomy||Tea||Ashtanga yoga||Meditation||Dinner|
|Monday||07:00 to 08:00||08:30 to 10:00||10:00 onwards||11:30 to 12:30||01:00 onwards||02:45 to 03:45||03:45 to 04:00||04:00 to 05:30||06:00 to 07:00||07:00 onwards|
|Tuesday||07:00 to 08:00||08:30 to 10:00||10:00 onwards||11:30 to 12:30||01:00 onwards||02:45 to 03:45||03:45 to 04:00||04:00 to 05:30||06:00 to 07:00||07:00 onwards|
|Wednesday||07:00 to 08:00||08:30 to 10:00||10:00 onwards||11:30 to 12:30||01:00 onwards||02:45 to 03:45||03:45 to 04:00||04:00 to 05:30||06:00 to 07:00||07:00 onwards|
|Thrusday||07:00 to 08:00||08:30 to 10:00||10:00 onwards||11:30 to 12:30||01:00 onwards||02:45 to 03:45||03:45 to 04:00||04:00 to 05:30||06:00 to 07:00||07:00 onwards|
|friday||07:00 to 08:00||08:30 to 10:00||10:00 onwards||11:30 to 12:30||01:00 onwards||02:45 to 03:45||03:45 to 04:00||04:00 to 05:30||06:00 to 07:00||07:00 onwards|
|Satarday||07:00 to 08:00||08:30 to 10:00||10:00 onwards||11:30 to 12:30||01:00 onwards||02:45 to 03:45||03:45 to 04:00||04:00 to 05:30||06:00 to 07:00||07:00 onwards|
|Sunday||we will go||to some||10:00 onwards||historical||01:00 onwards||or spiritual||place for||outing||and fun||07:00 onwards|
Bailey murphy, United Kingdom Read more reviews
"My 200hr Hatha certification course at IYMS was an incredible and authentic experience. I learned so much about asana, meditation, pranayama, philosophy, etc. I especially enjoyed the asana classes by Sonu and Vikash, I was able to really take my practice to a deeper level. The course was intensive but in a good way, although it would've been nice to have more reference texts beyond the fundamental Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha text, and clearer communication about course progress and expectations. The small group size was awesome!"
Jan Hammer, Germany Read more reviews
"I have attended a yoga teacher training at the Avdhoot Ashram in July 2017. I can clearly say it is very authentic - people are nice and kind, teachers are great and inspiring, food is nutritious and generous in quantity and lastly the housing is clean, comfortable and adequate for an Ashram. I would recommend going there for a training or a retread. It is truly a great and authentic Indian experience! Namaste!"
Oceane, france Read more reviews
"I want to suggest this school to everybody . I spent one amazing month in this ashram . I left France with my own skills in yoga as a casual student. Here I learnt the real YOGA with indian teachers with a beautiful soul, knowledge and took care of us. We were a close group of girls who share everything with smile, patient and love . After this experience, for sure Im coming back to India to continue my study. thank you to all teachers > Namaste > Oceane from France"
Yoga is the science of right living and, as such, is intended to be incorporated in daily life. It works on all aspects of the person: the physical, vital, mental, emotional, and spiritual. The word yoga means unity or oneness and is derived from the Sanskrit word 'yuj', which means 'to join' in spiritual terms it is called as the union of the individual consciousness with the universal consciousness. On a more practical level, yoga is a mean of balancing and harmonizing the body, mind, and emotions.
This is done through the practice of asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha, shatkarma and meditation, and must be achieved before the union can take place with the higher reality. The science of yoga begins to work on the physical body, which for most people is a practical and familiar starting level. The organs, muscles, and nerves no longer function in harmony, rather they act in opposition to each other. Yoga aims at bringing the different bodily functions into perfect coordination so that they work for the good of the whole life. From the physical body, yoga moves on to the mental and emotional levels. Through the practice of yoga, awareness develops in the interrelation between the emotional, mental and physical levels. Gradually, this awareness leads to an understanding of the more subtle areas of existence. There are many branches of yoga: Hatha yoga, Raja yoga, Karma yoga, Bhakti yoga, Jnana yoga, Mantra yoga, Kundalini yoga, and Laya yoga. In the ancient texts, Hatha yoga consists only shatkarmas, the cleansing practices. Today, however, Hatha yoga commonly embraces the practice of asana, pranayama, mudra, and bandha as well.
Asana means a state of being in which one can remain physically and mentally steady, calm, quiet and comfortable. In the 'Yoga Sutras of Patanjali', there is a concise definition of yoga asana: "sthiramsukhamasanam", meaning that position which is comfortable and steady. So, it can be seen that yoga asanas are practiced to develop the practitioner's ability to sit comfortably in one position for an extended long time, as it necessary during meditation. In yoga, asana refers to the sitting in a position for a long time, but here in the multi-style yoga teacher training program of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, it means something more. Asanas are specific body positions which open the energy channels and physic centers. They tool to higher awareness and provide the stable foundation for your exploration of the body, breath, mind, and beyond. The yogis also found that by developing control of the body through asana the mind is also controlled.
This yoga teacher training program includes about more than 70 different yoga poses starting with poses for beginners, intermediate, and advanced level with a demonstration, indication, contraindications, alignment adjustments, and modulations. You will learn: • The core principles of Hatha and Ashtanga yoga practice • Structuring and sequencing the postures • Sookshmavyaayaam or pawanmukt asana series (basic and preparatory movements) • Technique, teaching, method, application, contra-indication, and benefits of asana • Traditional sun salutation series with beej (root) mantras • Moon salutation series • Standing pose • Kneeling pose • Sitting pose • Backward bending pose • Forward bending pose • Twisting pose • Inverted pose • Meditative pose
The human body can be divided into several systems according to their functions. For the purpose of this study, you will classify these systems individually. On a more functional level, the body is a living organism and each system works in a close harmony and coordination with others. The main systems of the body are: • The locomotive system (musculoskeletal system): consists of skeletal system for the framework of the body that protects the internal organs, produces blood cells, and stores minerals, especially calcium, until they are needed to the body, joints or articulations which act as hinges and lever giving mobility to body, and muscular system which does the work of moving the body, and muscles which make up about half of the body and bulk of the body. • Respiratory system: it carries air into the lungs where oxygen is exchanged for gaseous wastes. • Digestive system: digestive system takes in, digests, and absorbs food. It optimizes the nutrients by the body and eliminates waste products. • Cardiovascular system: the transport system of the body which brings nutrients and oxygen to all the cells and removes waste products. • Nervous system: it relates with the sense organs. This includes the brain, the spinal cord, and all the nerves. Nervous system works with the endocrine gland to monitor and maintain the other system of the body. • Endocrine system: the system of hormones. Hormones are the chemical messenger of the body. They are secreted into the blood by the endocrine glands. Hormones help to regulate the internal environment, prime the body to respond to stress, regulate growth and development, and contribute to the reproductive process. • Immune system: you live in a hostile and potentially dangerous environment. Each day, you are faced with potentially harmful toxins, disease-causing bacteria and viruses, even the cells of our body may turn cancerous. The immune system provides several lines of defense against these threats.
Hatha Yoga is one of the most important,traditional and ancient yoga type or we can say the original form of yoga .other forms of yoga have been derived from Hatha yoga. There are several yogis who have transcripted hatha yoga in their own thoughts. • Yamas (restraints on behavior), niyamas (observances), and asana (posture). • Pranayama (control or restraint of energy) and the shatkarmas (internal cleansing practices) • Mudras (seals), bandhas (locks), thenadis (channels of energy through which prana flows), and the Kundalini power • Pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi (absorption)
Mantra refers to a particular combination of words which produce a specific vibration when chanted. Mantra yoga is a tool for freedom and perfection. The mantra is constructed from a combination of sounds derived from the 50 letters of the Sanskrit alphabet. The ancient sages were well aware of the inherent power contained in sound, and they utilized combinations of sounds to set up specific vibrations. Mantras for daily chants are: • Gayatri mantra • Beej mantra for goddess • Universal peace mantra • Mahamrityunjaya mantra • Omkaar mantra • Guru vandana mantra
Yogic mudras (gestures) are a combination of subtle physical movements which alter mood, attitude, and perception which deepen awareness and concentration. A mudra may involve the whole body in a combination of asana, pranayama, bandha, and visualization techniques, or it may be a simple hand position. The aim is to create fixed, repetitive postures and gestures which can snap the practitioner out of instinctive habit pattern and establish a more refined consciousness. Bandhas is defined as "binding" tie, hold back, restrain or lock. The basic premise of the bandha is that by restraining or locking the muscles on a physical level, a subtle unlocking occurs on a mental or energic level. Bandha regulates the flow of energy and assists the practitioner in asana. There are three principal bandha: mulabandha, jalandharabandha, and uddiyanabandha. Mula mean root, jalandhara mean net in the stream, and uddiyana means to fly upwards.
The starting point for any asana practice is the breath and for the Vinyasa yoga, the starting point is "ujjayi pranayama". Ujjayi pranayama is defined as extended victory. The prana is variously defined as "breath, respiration, the wind, life force, life, energy, strength, and "the hidden energy in the atmospheric air". Pranayama is most clearly defined as the development od life-energy rather than the restraint of breath. The breath is the first component of the "tristhnam", or three places of attention. It is through the breath that the other two components, the body and mind, are transformed. Concepts and practices of pranayama including different breathing exercises: shwaskiryas mentioned in Hatha yoga and kumbhaka (breath retention) with indications and contraindications techniques, teaching, method, application, contraindication, and benefits.
The six yogic cleansing techniques for purifying the tissues and organ systems while bringing a harmony in their functioning in the most simple and natural manner. When fat or mucus is excessive, the shatkarmas or six cleansing techniques should be practiced before pranayama. Others, in whom the doshas (for example phlegm, the wind, and bile) are balanced, you need not do them. The six shatkarmas are as follows: in 200 hour course we will study only these :-- 1.jal neti 2.rabar neti 3.kunjal 4.kapalbhati>
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are one of the six darshanas of Hindu schools of philosophy and a very important milestone in the history of yoga. The book is a set of 195 aphorisms (sutras) which are short, terse phrases designed to be easy to memorize. Though brief, the yoga sutras is an enormously influential work that is just as relevant for yoga philosophy and practice today as it was when it was written. The main systems of the sutras are divided into four chapters (pada) as follows: • Samadhi pada: the first chapter provides a definition and the purpose of yoga. Various approaches that can be used to achieve the objectives of yoga are provided. • Sadhana pada: the second chapter contains the practical approach to achieving the goals of yoga. In this chapter, the author gives a description of the eight limbs of yoga called ashtanga yoga, which is how the yoga sutras are sometimes referred to. • Vibhuti pada: the third chapter focuses on some of the supernatural powers that an adept yogi may be able to attain. • Kaivalya pada: in the fourth chapter the nature of the mind and mental perceptions, desire, bondage and liberation and what follows it are discussed. • The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are also sometimes referred to as "raja yoga" or the "royal yoga" .
Through the month-long yoga teacher training course, you will: • Learn how to teach a 60-minute Hatha yoga class while gaining versatile teaching skills, including working with beginners as well as with intermediate and advanced students • Find greater flexibility and comfort in your personal practice of asanas (postures) • Setting up of a proper environment for class • Learn general pointers on teaching a class • Learn the basic Hatha yoga sequence class • Learn relaxation • Be given detailed correction • Teach each other under the guidance of lead experienced instructor.
Living relations is a coaching and counseling service. You will work with individuals, partners, organizations, and families. It is known that more than often success and wellbeing are dependent on good relationships. When relationships are well balanced and integrated, each individual enjoys greater wellbeing and is able to maximize his / her potential, enhancing the system as a whole. It is no longer a secret that highly functional individuals, families, and organizations are those that have healthy relationships. Living relations believes that you can optimize the quality of your life, productivity, and wellbeing by creating a good relational inter-flow. Your work is to make sure you get the most from your relationships, career, and life.
• Adjustment: in this practicum session, you will be taught the proper alignment of the posture. Students who found difficulty in the poses will learn the art of adjustment about the posture. So, they can grab this art to use in their practices and teachings. And also, you will learn how to conduct a class in an easy way. • Teaching practice: in this practice, you will teach the students what they learn during the course and get confidence in being a teacher. • Alignment: you will practice the alignment of body in each posture. . • Anatomical explanations: during the alignment sessions, you will learn the anatomical aspect of each and every asana with their details.
iyms rishikesh is the biggest and oldest institution in 200 hour yoga teacher traininig courses .our yoga course Comprise of Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa both types of yoga style. extensively Design to give the maximum support to Each and every student
100 hour teacher training course is for those who does not have 28 days to spend in one time . so they can do the course in two segments in first segment they will do 100 hour course and will get a continuem Certificate with date mentioned and whenever they have the time for final Segment they can complete the course by completing the Rest of 100 hours and will be eligible to get 200 hour certificate.
iyms Rishikesh provides 7days yoga and meditation retreats in rishikesh with the same quality of education like 200 hour yoga ttc in Very Affordable Rates for those who want to start their Spiritual journey and like to about yoga and meditation so they can join the yoga courses later on according to their choice . iyms Rishikesh is the best place to do that.
iyms Rishikesh conduts 15 days yoga and meditation retreat also .where you can start your day with Pranayama and cleansing techniques Later on strenthen your body and mussules morning and Evening yoga session and finally relax your mind and body with yog nidra and meditation, have fun and explore Rishikesh and Nearest visiting places in weekends.
Iyms rishikesh runs 28days yoga , meditation ,mantra chanting retreats with additional advantage of human anatomy and philosophy ,Ancient philosophy and knowledge of yoga principals . this the most suitable reatreats who does not belives in certificate but does belive in the knowledge. there is no quality concern for 28 days retreats planners.just close your eyes and jump into the ocean of knowledge for yourself and for the betterment of Mankind.
You will have the additional benefits of choosing iyms rishikesh. you can stay with us after completion of your course and join our course in only Almost half of course fee . wehre others dosent allow participants after the course. we are not just running the yoga school we are making the yoga family.
He is one of the emerging yogis in this era. he has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2009. he is 30 years of age and learnt yoga from several yoga Masters in rishieksh.he is simple and calm in Nature and living in Ashram in Rishikesh and serving to ashram. He is Master of Ashtanga vinyasa and Hatha yoga can enhance in any conditions he Renounced his home at the age of 22 and became the yogi. he is been to 6 european countries to spread the knowledge of yoga.he did his bachelors of science from a collage in meerut.and completed his yoga study from vedniketan which is the premier place of yoga in Rishikesh .He is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT)from yoga Alliance usa
yogiraj pankaj known as "Sonu" in Rishikesh .He has been teaching since 2008 in Rishikesh in different schools . he got the deep practical and therotical knowledge about ashtanga yoga and vinyasa flow , iyenger yoga and hatha yoga.he has passed his diploma in yogic science from punjab sindh sadhu mahavidyalaya Rishikesh.and did his yoga teacher training course from shiva yoga peeth . hed did work as the senior most yoga Teacher in oldest institute of yoga in Rishikesh for more then 7 years and taught yoga to almost every nationality. he is dedicated to his work . his hobby is to practice yoga daily almost 4 hours a day that makes him a unique yoga teacher in Rishikesh.
swami Manas Ranjan has entered into Spiritual path in the year 1994 direct I come Shivananda Ashram. From 1994 to 2000 was stayed at Shivananda Ashram as a Brahmachari and serving at publication department as a assistant manager and P.A to the Secretary. 2000 to 2002 at Neyyar Dam, Kerala, International Shivananda Yoga and Vedanta centre, did there TTC, ATTC and Sadhana intensive courses. 2002 to 2005 at Chinmaya Mission, Sidhabari, 3 years Vedanta course. 2006 to 2007 at Aarsha Vidya Gurukulam, Kaivalya Upanishad and Bhagavad-Gita. 2007 to 2009 at Thiruvanmalai Self Knowledge foundation of Swami Suddhananda ji studied there Self Knowledge and teaching in the course people Yoga and Meditation.
our yoga teacher Gokul ji has the maste degree from Uttarakhand Sanskrit University haridwar, He has been teacheing the anatomy since 2009 he is very Punctual about his work. He does have the bachelor degree in science from H.N.B. Garhwal University. He is working in purnanad Inter collage as the senior computer teacher . his knowledge of anatomy and physology is due to science background, he is very known personality in Rishikesh when it comes antomy and Physiology. He is also a Registered Yoga Teacher from yoga alliance usa .
Ans :- iyms have the certification from yoga alliacne usa and the school is also registered from indian societies act 1860.
Ans :- they shall be transfer into the next month for the rest of course. he or she has to pay only for the additional days for accommodation in school
Ans :- courses start date is 15th of every month. so student can come on 14th in the school an they can join the course on 15 of every month. you can extend your stay by paying extra days in school
Ans :- it is possible but it will depand on availability of rooms in the school. for additional days you have to pay 700 rs per day with food .
Ans :- rooms are provided on single basis though all the rooms are double bed .
Ans :- all the students will be guide from the start of their journey from their country and will be pickup from delhi airport and drop them to rishikesh in air conditioning bus. and if some one wants to fly from delhi to dehradun airport which is the nearest airport to rishikesh we will pick them from there too.
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Ac Name : "International Yoga and Meditaiton Society"
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Bank Address: "182 haridwar road koyal ghati opp-akhand ashram rishikesh, india 249201"
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