Wednesday, 24 May 2017

100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh


Arogya Yoga School, Registered Yoga School with Yoga Alliance USA offers 100 Hours Traditional Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India. This course is convenient for those students who have an intention to complete 200 hours course in two divisions. The chief objective for 100 hours yoga teacher training is to create awareness of yoga and help you to find joy in your practice at a pace that is convenient for you. This 100 Hours Yoga Program is structured for those exploring for short term courses and is offered in two semesters. The first semester (Semester 1) allows the student to study the first two weeks out of the four week 200 hour teacher training curriculum. Students returning to Arogya Yoga School can complete the 200 hour curriculum by enrolling in the 100 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (Semester 2), upon completing their first semester. Students may return to Arogya Yoga School to complete their 200 hours of training any time within 30 months of completing the 100 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (Semester 1).

100-hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh offered by Arogya Yoga. Certified by Yoga Alliance, USA
13 Mar to to 26 Mar 2017: (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Fully Booked
17 Apr to to 30 Apr 2017 : USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Fully Booked
22 May to to 04 June 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
19 June to to 02 July 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
24 July to to 06 Aug 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
21 Aug to 03 Sept 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
18 Sept to 01 Oct 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
16 Oct to 29 Oct 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
20 Nov to 03 Dec 2017: USD 800 (Yoga Alliance Certification) :: Open
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What does the course fees include ?

» 14 nights Single Accommodation
» Daily nutritious vegetarian meals and herbal tea
» Weekend excursions
» Course materials will be provided (books, yoga mat, cleansing kit)

Principles and Guideline:

Teaching starts from early in the morning.
Respectful behavior is mandatory at all times on and off the premises.
Respect the rules and regulations Arogya Yoga School.
Course fees are non-refundable.
Before departure from Arogya Yoga School, students must return all books from the library.
Non veg. food, smoking and drinking alcohol are not allowed on the Arogya Yoga School premises.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN RISHIKESH, INDIA

Arogya Yoga School offers residential 100 Hour200 Hour, 300 Hour and 500 Hour Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Rishikesh, India affiliated by Rishikesh Yogpeeth and registered with the Yoga Alliance, USA. Arogya Yoga School is dedicated to maintain the reputable levels of service and education that our students have come to expect from Affiliated Yoga schools. Arogya Yoga School traces its roots to Rishikesh Yog Peeth. Founded in 2005, Rishikesh Yog Peeth is the brainchild of two visionaries who pioneered the first yoga teacher training school in Rishikesh, designed to preserve the ancient and traditional values of yoga. Our school has designed courses in the most comprehensive and unique way, empowering you to stand apart as an inspired yoga teacher. The path of yoga is steeped in tradition; and has been evolving and cultivating spiritual awareness and mindfulness practices among spiritual aspirants for millennia. In the path of yoga, Arogya Yoga School is a beacon of light, illuminating the path and forging traditions along the way.
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WHAT MAKES AROGYA YOGA SCHOOL DIFFERENT

Studying at Arogya Yoga School Rishikesh will open large layers of subtle yogic literatures that are often unknown and unexplored in the western world. This will allow you an insight into the deepest strata of thought, and provide rich lessons that appeal to the deepest sympathies of the human heart. The study of yoga is simply the study of the human mind. It is the power of discovering what is really important in order to experience the life to the fullest and to know how we have come to be and what we are. Courses at Arogya Yoga School are designed in a manner which suits the needs of different levels of practitioners from beginner, intermediate to advance levels.

OUR YOGA COURSES IN RISHIKESH

Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh India, 200, 300, 500 Hour Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training in India - RYS 200, 300, 500

Our school has designed courses in the most comprehensive and unique way, which empowers you to stand out as an inspired yoga teacher.

Saturday, 6 May 2017

Health Benefits of Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose)


The word “Baddha” means “Bound” in Sanskrit and the meaning of Kona is “angle” or “split”, Asana means “pose”, “posture” or “seat”. This Asana is also known as cobower laying. This pose is easy to make and suitable for all. Baddha Konasana stretches the groin and inner thighs. It is often an Asana really useful for the flexibility of the knees, ankles, feet and hips. It opens and will increase circulation on the belt area. From there, these are often truly sensitive prenatal exercises and can relieve menstrual problems. Moving the body from one side to the other can massage your hips. The slow movement of your knees up and down is called butterfly laying; And Baddha Konasana is the best variation of pose of butterflies.

Health Benefits of Baddha Konasana (laying of the bound angle): –
It extends the groin and inner thighs.
Increases the flexibility of knees, ankles, feet and hips.
Opens the pelvic area.
Best prenatal exercise and relieves menstrual problems.
Particularly beneficial for urinary disorders.
Reduce the tension of the groin part and the space up the inner hips and thighs.
Beneficial for the lumbar region.
Useful in flat feet, high blood pressure.
Very beneficial for infertility and asthma.

Variations of Baddha Konasana: –
Supta Baddha Koṇāsana while lying down. Meaning of Supta is “Reculant” or “Depined”.
Note: –

Avoid this Asana if you have wounds and injury in the hips, groin or knee. You will use the wall to support the back if you suffer from back problems.