Yoga has been incorporated into education since it allows the student to develop important motor and social skills. There are lots of benefits of Yoga. A few of them are as below: 

Because yoga is a tool, but not just any tool, it is a method developed over more than 5,000 years that allows us to unite, connect and be aware of our body, our mind, and our heart. And I would like it to be clear about the tool: doing yoga is not an end in itself; it is the best vehicle to work on mindfulness, emotional intelligence or postural hygiene while applying alternative methodologies. 

Because another of the pillars on which the practice of yoga for children is based is neuropsico education. We already know how the brain develops, what our students need at each stage of development and how yoga can offer them these tools to have a "healthy" and "happy" brain. 

The work of yoga activates the dopamine circuits, creating emotion through practice and making information more easily recorded in the memory. 

Why carry out a Training Course for Teachers of Yoga (Teachers Training Course)? 

If you have already introduced the practice of yoga in your life, you will have experienced the benefits that it brings. The training course will allow you more depth and understanding in practice and at the same time will prepare you to transmit it to others. 

If you want to be a Yoga teacher or if your goal is to deepen your practice and your knowledge, you cannot miss the Training Course for Teachers of Yoga. 

Study Program of Yoga Teacher Training:

The syllabus of the Yoga Teacher Training covers the following subjects: 

  • Practical, theoretical knowledge of asanas: techniques, effects, benefits, and method to teach this practice to others.
  • Personal practice to obtain greater flexibility and mastery of the positions.
  • Respiratory techniques (pranayama) to energize the body and calm the mind.
  • Theory and practice of Meditation.
  • Study of the Vedanta philosophy.
  • The practice of songs and repetition of mantras.
  • Study of the Bhagavad Gita, ancient and sacred script of India.
  • Yogic cleansing of the physical body (kriyas) to purify the different systems of the body.
  • Lacto-vegetarian diet and basic knowledge about nutrition and adequate nutrition.
  • Selfless service practice (karma yoga) sharing tasks related to community life.
  • Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology.

For Whom this Yoga Teacher Training Program is:

This course is ideal for all those who are interested in becoming professional yoga instructors, and also for those who wish to deepen their practice, giving them the necessary tools and knowledge to offer a safe and quality teaching.

Published by Zoe Sewell