x

~ Yoga Therapy TTC (Basic) ~

yoga institute
yoga course
basic yoga certification
yoga certification course
yoga class near pune
yoga for all
yoga in pune
yoga india
yoga for all
yoga in pune india
yoga certification in india
yoga government certification

Share this listing

2 Months

INR 15000

This teacher training course is available from Monday to Saturday. You can start the course as soon as you enroll.
A self-paced program is available. Please send an inquiry to Swasti Yoga Center for more information.

Yoga Therapy TTC (Basic)
yoga_courses2

2 month 100- hours Assistant Yoga Therapy Course (Basic)

Highlights
  • 100-hours Assistant Yoga Therapy Course- Online
  • Live sessions by MD doctors and certified international faculty (three hours per session)
  • Available for national and international students
  • Get a first-hand experience of the yogic lifestyle
  • English instruction. Hindi and Marathi language can be provided if needed.

Certification: Swasti Yoga Centre, ISO certified institute

Duration (in weeks): 8 weeks part-time

Contact hours: 100 hours Direct: 25 hours, Indirect hours: 75 hours

Time commitment (hours per week) 8-10 hours

Pace (weekly): Twice

Session (hours): 3 hours each session

Skill level: Beginner, Level 1 YCB certified/ 200 hour Yoga TTC

Language: English

Syllabus: Yoga Therapy TTC (Basic) Full Syllabus (link the PDF syllabus)

Pricing (INR): 15,000 INR

Maximum group size: 8

What's not included

  • Accommodation
  • Food
  • Yoga props
  • Yoga Certification Board (Govt. of India) Yoga Exam fees

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.

Yoga Therapy TTC (Basic) Syllabus

1. Name of the Certification: Assistant Yoga Therapist

2. Requirement/ Eligibility:
a. For open candidates there is no eligibility criteria
b. For admission in the course it is suggested/ desired that the candidate should be graduate in any health stream or have completed Basic Yoga Therapy Course.

3. Brief Role Description: Master Trainers in Yoga educational Institutions, Yoga training Courses and training programs. He or she can also act as Yoga Therapist under Medical professionals. Can teach in yoga studios, hospitals , Institutions of higher Learning.

4. Minimum age: No age limit

5. Personal Attributes: The job requires individual to have good communication skills, time management skills and ability to understand the body language of the trainees. The job requires individual to possess key qualities such as self discipline, confidence, maturity, patience, compassion, active listening, time management, empathetic, language proficiency, engaging with students, dedication to teaching, ability to build caring relationships with students, friendliness and approachability, Independent, credible, analytical skills etc.

6. Duration of course: Not less than 150 hours or not less than 2 month as part time

8. Mark Distribution:

Total Marks: 200 (Theory: 80+Practical – 120)

Theory
Unit No. Unit name Marks
1 Yoga and Health 20
2 Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, Diseases 20
3 Therapeutic practices of Yoga 20
4 Yoga as Therapy 20
Total 80
Practical
S No. Practical Work Marks
1 Demonstration Skills 60
2 Therapeutic Skills 20
2 Teaching and evaluation Skills 20
3 Application of knowledge 10
4 Field Experience (Healthcare settings) 10
Total 120

YOGIC CONCEPT OF HEALTH
  • WELLNESS
  • ILLNESS
  • CONCEPT OF SWASTHYA (HEALTHY CONDITON)
  • CONCEPT OF ATUR (DISEASED CONDITON)
EXCERCISE PHYSIOLOGY & YOGIC PHYSIOLOGY
  • Exercise Physiology
  • ATP: Primary energy carrying molecule in the body
HATHA YOGA: A BALANCE BETWEEN STRENGTH, FLEXIBILITY AND RELAXATION
  • Long-term effects of physical yoga
  • Immediate effects of physical yoga
  • Physical exercises (Asana)
  • Yogic purification and energy control (bandhas, mudras and kriyas)
  • Bandhas – muscle locks and energy guides
  • Kriyas – yogic internal cleansing processes
  • Mudras – yogic energy-control
  • Non-physical Yoga: Meditative Practices (Pratayahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi) and Ethical Disciplines (Yama and Niyama)
IMPORTANCE OF FOLLOWING DINACHARYA AND RITUCHARYA FOR WELL BEING.
  • ROLE OF AHARA, NIDRA AND BRAHMACHARYA IN WELLNESS.

THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Types of Skeletal Muscle Activations
  • Working with Muscle Groups in Hatha Yoga Postures
THE ‘SHOULDER JOINT COMPLEX & AMSA BANDHA
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • Frozen (or Very Stiff) Shoulder
  • Tears of the Shoulder Stabiliser Muscles: Rotator Cuff Injury
ELBOW JOINT & WRIST JOINT: KURPARA & MANI BANDHA
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Anatomical Snuff Box
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • The Carpal Tunnel
  • Elbow Tendonitis: Tennis Elbow
HIP JOINT & KATI BANDHA
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Anterior pelvic tilt and posterior pelvic tilt
  • Increasing Hip Joint Strength with Hatha Yoga
KNEE JOINT & JANU BANDHA
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • Abnormal Angles between the Thigh and Leg
  • Ruptured Knee Ligaments
ANKLE JOINT & GULPHA BANDHA
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Arches of the Feet
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • Pes Planus (Flat Feet)
  • Pes Cavus (Hollow or Over-Arched Feet)
  • Ankle Sprains
SPINAL JOINT COMPLEXES
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • Potential Causes of Back Injury
  • Age-Related Spinal Pathology
  • Musculoskeletal and Other Abnormalities of the Spine
  • Scoliosis
  • Torticollis
  • Core stabilisation in Yoga
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Back Pain
  • 2. Cervical spondylosis
  • 3. Lumbar spondylosis
  • 4. Arthritis

THE CARDIOPULMONARY SYSTEM
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Blood Pressure
  • Pulse
  • Systemic circulation
  • Pulmonary circulation
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Hypertension
  • 2. Coronary artery disease
  • 3. Cardiac asthma
THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • Applied anatomy & physiology of the cardiopulmonary system in hatha yoga
  • Hatha yoga for people with high blood pressure ( hypertension) and headache
  • Hatha yoga for people with low blood pressure (hypotension) and dizziness
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Right-sided heart failure
  • 2. Left-sided heart failure
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Asthma
  • 2. Bronchitis
  • 3. Pneumonia
  • 4. Allergic Rhinitis
  • 5. Sinusitis
  • 6. COPD
THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  • ORGANISATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)
  • AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Migraine headache
  • 2. Tension
  • 3. Cerebro vascular accidents
  • 4. Epilepsy
  • 5. Errors of vision of refraction.
  • 6. Hearing impairment
MODERN PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
  • Basics of Psychology
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Psychosis
  • 2. Depression
  • 3. Gen Anxiety Disorder
THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, THE IMMUNE SYSTEM & YOGIC NUTRITION
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Constipation
  • 2. APD/ Hyperacidity
  • 3. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • NUTRITION & DIET FOR PRACTITIONERS OF HATHA YOGA
  • Main Types of Nutrients in Food
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Fats
  • Derived fats: cholesterol
  • Problems Resulting from Ingesting an Excess of the Main Food Types
  • Carbohydrates: Problems resulting from eating excess carbohydrates
  • Problems with excess sugar
  • Proteins: Problems resulting from eating excess protein
  • Problems with high protein diets
  • Fats: Problems resulting from eating excess fat
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Natural and Acquired Immunity
  • Inflammation
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Fever
  • 2. Autoimmune diseases
THE ENDOCRINE, URINARY & REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Diabetes Mellitus (I&II)
  • 2. Hypo and Hyper-thyroidism
  • 3. Obesity
THE URINARY SYSTEM
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Renal hypertension
  • 2. Renal stones
THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • Anatomy
  • FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • Anatomy
  • Female reproductive cycle
  • Embryonic development
  • Maternal changes during pregnancy
  • Foetal changes
  • Hatha yoga for the male reproductive system
  • Hatha yoga for the female reproductive system
  • Hatha yoga during menstruation
  • DISEASES AND YOGA MANAGEMENT:
  • 1. Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • 2. Ante-natal care
  • 3. Post-natal care
  • 4. PCOS
  • 5. Anemia

EMERGENCY MEDICINE
  • CPR—Adult
  • CPR—Child
  • CPR—Infant
  • CPR—Adult, Child and Infant
  • AED
  • First Aid

AYURVEDA AND YOGIC PHYSIOLOGY
  • Prakruti Parikshana (Determining one’s Personality constitution)
  • Important Yoga practices as per one’s Prakriti (Personality constitution)
  • Marmas, Bandhas and Cakras
  • Compliance of students and patients of yoga
  • Contraindications in yoga
  • Common injuries in yoga
Contact Us
swasti yoga logo