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Ashtanga yoga teacher training 

Who is it for?

To yoga practitioners with good experience, to people who already work in the field of movement, to those who want to improve their practice, to those who humbly want to acquire tools to help others practice better, to those in search, to those who are not satisfied with hearsay, ideological, religious, traditional systems, those who want to cultivate that wonderful attitude of being curious about how things work, those who have no interest in being called a Master.

  • Subjects

PRACTICE YOGA:  

-1 * and 2 * ashtanga yoga series

-Asana, all the asanas of the first series (first and second year), introduction to the second series * (second year) + specific work on balance asanas, inversions, back-bending, opening hips, arm balancing, twists.

-I Vinyasa

-Pranayama, how the breath works. Physiological breathing. Ujjay, Nadi Shodhana, Kapalabhati.

-Bandha, conscious activation and release of the pelvic floor and lower abdomen.

-Dristhi, the look. Proprioception.

- Traditional Sanskrit count of the first series

-Hatha Yoga: Asanas, alternative positions

-Meditation

​-Relaxation techniques

* the training includes the teaching of the first complete series and based on the level reached and the needs of the group, the study of the second series will be introduced.

YOGA THEORY

-History of yoga

-From the origins to modern times

-Patanjali and the yoga sutras, the 8 branches

-Krishnamacharya: a new way

-Connections and meeting between Yoga and Ayurveda

-Mantra

-Chakra

PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY

-The apparatuses and systems of the human body: FUNCTIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS

-The pineal gland and the anandamide of joy

- The joints

-The muscles

-The basin

-The diaphragm

-The Pelvic floor and abdomen

- The backbone

FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY AND MOVEMENT

-How to practice

-Recognize the right practice in oneself and in others in relation to the signals of the body

​-Proprioception

​-Biomechanics

- Anatomical aspects of the Positions

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

- Differences between personal practice and teaching

- Know and respect the body

-Tradition or listening to the present?

- Dogma or flexibility?

-Guided practice and Mysore style

-Observe before fixing

- The adjustments

​-The silence

-The role of the teacher

-Humility and characteristics of help

- Management and communication methodology

HOW TO SET UP A LESSON / COURSE / SEMINAR

-The right balance between listening, practice, activation and relaxation

-Understanding who is in front of you

- Does the technique or the person come first?

-Use of spaces and materials

-Duration of lessons and personal practice

 

 

RELAXATION WITH TIBETAN BELLS

-The benefits of sound

-The resonance

 

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-Synchronization between step and breath

- Active meditation

 

  ​POWER

-How does it work?

-Let us lift the blanket of dogmatism and diets

 

REGULATORY AND BUROCRATIC ASPECTS

- Laws in force

-How to move within the jungle of bureaucracies

 

 

  • Internship (70 hours)

 

TEACHERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yoga and meditation

Piym (Perineo integration and movement)  

History, Ayurveda

Functional anatomy and movement

Biomechanics, anatomy

CERTIFICATIONS

At the end of the training course and after passing the final exam, CSEN will issue each student with a National CSEN YOGA TEACHER Diploma (500H), the Technical Habilitation Card with the qualification obtained and registration in the National Register of CSEN technicians, at cost of € 180.00 (one hundred and eighty).

This recognition can be translated into Yoga Alliance credentials

Tibetan bells, sound

Guglielmo Nigro

Yoga Sutra
Bhagavad Gita

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Arely Torres

Arely Torres

Anatomia applicata allo Yoga, Yin Yoga

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