300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course Rishikesh, India, Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance America
300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course with Swami Samarpan Ashram is located in Rishikesh, at the foothill of the Himalayas. Rishikesh is the abode of Saints, Sadhus, Yogis, Masters, Gurus, and Gods. 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, will give you spiritual, physical, and mental strength and give you a positive understanding of Yoga science the 300 hours Yoga teacher training course, Rishikesh will give you an understanding of how Yoga is ancient wisdom and unique contribution to the humanity. 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course at Rishikesh, India needs each student to make its own efforts for positive results. During the 300 hours Yoga teacher training course we ask you to come with an open heart and without any expectations, this way you will benefit the most. The philosophies and Psychology of Yoga are essential in the YTTC course and your openness and willingness to learn will contribute We have many years of experience in teaching Yoga to international students and we have had all the best feedback so far, our students tend to come back again and again for upgrading their knowledge and skills.300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh is an advanced training of Yoga, that helps to deepen your studies and prepare you for the 500 hours Yoga or Tantra Teacher Training Course. In this course, you will find various techniques and practices, such as ASANAS, PRANAYAMAS, KRIYAS, YOGA ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY, CHAKRA YOGA, KARMA YOGA, MANTRA YOGA, TEACHING PRACTICE, YOGA NUTRITION, HATHA YOGA, RAJA YOGA, KUNDALINI TANTRA, BHAKTI YOGA, PSYCHOLOGY and PHILOSOPHY OF YOGA, JNANA YOGA, TANTRA, MEDITATION, YOGA NIDRA.
300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh India, is a special course filled with powerful and mystical energies of the Sadhus and Yogies performing their Sadhana and Tapasya in the past and present. It has been the land of many famous Gurus and Yogis, who succeeded in attaining Samadhi, the goal of Yoga, and understood the meaning of life.
We wholeheartedly welcome you to join this 300hour course in India, Rishikesh based on Yogic, Vedantic and Tantric perspectives at Swami Samarpan Ashram and Samarpan School of Yoga.
300 TTC all about training yourself not about teaching others only
1. The self-practice and development of your skills and awareness are most essential.
2. 300 TTC is not only about physical postures (asanas), it is about the management of your mind, making it still and quiet.
3. “Sthiram sukham asanam” is how sage Patanjali describes the yoga asanas. Does it mean that asana is that in which one is sthira and sukhi, or does it mean that sthirata and sukha are outcomes of practising asana? Sthiram and sukham, stability and comfort, are the outcome of asana practice. Once attained this outcome the posture too will become still and comfortable to hold.
Are you able to sit at least for five minutes without moving? Stillness does not come naturally, for stillness is not the nature of the senses. Our body and mind are ruled by the senses and therefore making it very challenging to become still. Many distractions and challenges are caused by the senses. Distractions and disturbances in the mind are possible to remove by the practices of Yoga and to reduce the hyperactivity of the senses. Once the hyperactivity of the senses is reduced, the body enters into a state of comfort and ease. Then after all it becomes easy and comfortable to hold your asana for a longer period of time for meditation.
Patanjali is advocating only those asanas which are static and comfortable. His first sutra is Atha yoga anushasanam – ‘Now, instructions on raja yoga’. This is interpreted by many people as meaning that raja yoga is a continuation of previous yoga, and that previous yoga is hatha yoga. By the time you come to raja yoga, you have done all the physical movements that you need to do. Therefore, the focus of raja yoga is not on the practice of asana, but on the maintenance of the physical posture.
During the course, it is allowed to take food outside of the ashram, except for fruits. Each student has personal difficulties that need self-acceptance without blaming institutions. However, all teachings will be as per the mental and physical abilities of the students. All kinds of teachings of TTC will be traditional as per the Samarpan School of Yoga.
A daily notebook is essential to have, for training the mind. Writing down in digital is not allowed.
All desires of the student can not be fulfilled and students must prepare to surrender to the possible challenges during the course.
One may join this course after completion of the 200 hours TTC on Yoga or Tantra of any Yoga Alliance.