Yoga Teachers Training Course in India - Rishikesh
200, 300 & 500-hour residential hatha yoga teachers training course in India registered with Yoga Alliance, USA at yoga school Rishikesh Yoga Peeth - RYS 200, RYS 300. The primary objective of this yoga teacher training course is to provide an understanding of yoga and its related practices from basic to advance level, in an easy and systematic way, including practice as well as theory. These are 4 to 10 weeks yoga teacher training programs and course fee including food and accommodation varies from USD 1450 to USD 3000. Since 2005, more than 5000 yoga students from approx. 100 countries have graduated from Rishikesh Yog Peeth as registered yoga teachers - RYT 200, RYT 300 and RYT 500.
Yoga Education - Infinite Possibilities
As a human we all have experienced questions, they are integral to the journey of our life. Although we have a lot of questions but rarely we ask, what is a Question in itself? It is believed that the quality of questions will determine the quality of life and its experiences. In different cultures, it is also shared as a potential link, which connects known to the unknown or a medium to awaken spiritual intent. Meanwhile Keen observation makes it clear that one way or another we all are involve in improving the experiences of our life. If quality of question determines the quality of life and its experiences, shouldn't we need to improve the quality of our questions?
Modern Education is an effort to provide the answers to our questions, whereas Yoga education is all about a progressive method to understand the very nature of a question. Once we understand the fundamental nature of what it is, it allows us to have the freedom to choose our own questions. The ability to choose questions willfully equals to the voluntary evolution. This is just the start to be the creator of our own journey and its destinations in this experiment called life.
Education takes place when, the person is open to any new learning experience at any age, time and place with an open mind.
The person who is open to learn Yoga, he has to go through all the stages and learn all the aspects. The Yoga Education is based on four aspects - Bhavas or attitudes: Dharma (Duty and Discipline), Jnana (Knowledge), Vairagya (Detachment) and Aishvarya (Self-realization). These four aspects are related and covered by Astanga Yoga, The Classical Yoga - as Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayam, Pratyahar, Dharna, Dhyan and Samadhi.
The Yama and Niyam: Restraints and Observance cover the Dharma. How to perform once duty and how to live a disciplined life? Asana and Pranayam covers Jnana through awareness and personal practical experiences. Pratyahar and Dharna covers Vairagya. How to detach from the surroundings through controlling the five senses and Dhyan and Samadhi covers Aishvarya, the pure consciousness.
The practice of duties and disciplined life brings awareness. The awareness brings knowledge and wisdom to discriminate good and bad, right and wrong, pure and impure, true and false. So the wise person will easily detach from the things that are not suitable for his personal growth. The virtue of Detachment brings the power of concentration, which, leads to the highest stage of self-realization.
Yoga education takes place much more at sub-conscience level. Your learning experience becomes a life style! It becomes a part of your day-to-day living. Thus the whole process transforms the person from the gross to the subtlest level of experiences and consciousness.