Diploma in Yoga

Association for Yoga and Meditation
In New Delhi

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  • Diploma
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    1 Day
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New Delhi
9/5684, Dayanand- street, Old seelampur-road, Gandhi Nagar, Delhi,, 110031, Delhi, India
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Course programme

Association for yoga and Meditation, India offers yoga courses which are residential as well as non residential for different durations such as 200 hours, 300hour and 500 hours which focus asana, pranayama, mudra , bandha, kriya, relaxation and meditation along with yogic anatomy and physiology, psychology and teaching methodology.
Certificates will be issued only after scoring minimum 40% marks in the examination

The schedule provided by the institute is as follows:

At 7AM-8AM Cleaning kriyas
8AM-10AM Asanas of yoga
10AM-11AM Break-fast as per yogic rules
11AM-12AM Theoretical knowledge on yoga-philosophy.
12AM-3PM Lunch time
3:30PM Tea-time
4PM-5PM Praanayaam and Meditations
5:30PM-7PM Asaana Practices
7PM-8PM Dinner-time
8PM-10PM Self-study
10PM Time to sleep

Diploma in Yoga and Streams of Yoga

This program is meant for those candidates who are keen to learn about the past yoga techniques and its related science-values. This program is meant for all types of people without any caste troubles. Application is required to make to get enrolled into this program. After evaluation done by the institute the applicant can proceed towards payment method.

After completion of this program the applicant will be awarded Diploma in yoga by the association. This program is granted by the yoga alliance for 200, 300, 500 hours on Yoga Teacher Training which is also well known in the international level. After completing from this institute one can apply as a teacher in the international level too.

This program is the preface to yoga and streams of yoga. The main aim of the program to make the student capable in:

a. Understanding the definition of Yoga.
b. Understanding the significance.
c. Knowledge of various kinds of yoga.
d. Knowledge on beginning a Yoga session in respect to its values.

Following are the practical aspects of this program:

1. Demonstrating Bhakti-Yoga by reciting Yoga-Mantras to start the session
2. Demonstrating Karma-Yoga methods (selfless-service)
3. Demonstrating Raja-Yoga methods by being seated in meditative position which is
beneficial to start the session
4. Demonstrating Jayana-Yoga methods for shifting mood in commencement of session.
5. Describing regarding Yoga for commencement of yoga session.
6. Advising learner the proper series.
7. Organizing seating arrangement, mat, prop, light and sound-system.
8. Checking and detecting body-posture faults.
9 Determining sickness or wounds of learner and advice consequently.

Understanding needs:

The mentor must make sure the applicant is able to:

1. Comprehend factual implication and description of Yoga.
2. Give details the foundation and past of Yoga.
3. Understand connotation of mantras.
4. Describing relevance of playing song during class
5. Describe significance of affable and healthy-environment in session.
6. Give details of connotation, main beliefs and advantages Karma-Yoga.
7. Make clear connotation, values and advantages of Jayanna-Yoga
8. Clarify definition, main beliefs and advantages of Bhakti-Yoga
9. Elucidate definition, main beliefs and advantages of Raja-Yoga
10. Elucidate necessity to distinguish among customary and contemporary Yoga
11. Give details of the applications and significance of Yoga.

Diploma in Loosing Excersices

The objective of this program is to allow the applicant to:

a. Manage preliminary part of the session.
b. Understanding significance of warming-up previous to taking place of Yoga poses
C. To alter yoga methods for warming-up

Practical aspects of the program

The contender must be capable of doing the following:

2.1 Loosen exercises for head-and-neck
2.2 Loosen exercises for arms
2.3 Loosen exercises for chest-and-abdomen
2.4 Loosen exercises for back-and-bone
2.5 Loosen exercises for legs
2.6 Loosen exercises for whole-body
2.7 Loosen exercises anti-rheumatic grouping
2.8 Sun salutation as loosening exercises.

Understanding needs

The mentor must make sure the applicant is able to:


1. Clarify technique, period, knowledge, contra-indication, advantages, safety measured, structure and physiology of:
a) Relaxation exercises for head & neck
b) Ten- relaxation exercises for arms
c) Relaxation exercises for chest & abdomen
d) Relaxation exercises for beck-bone
e) Relaxation exercises for legs
f) Relaxation exercises for whole-body
g) Relaxation exercise anti-rheumatic groups
2. Describing sun-salutation as loosen-exercise
3. Describing methods and reasons for sun-salutation as warm-up exercise
4. Describing the significance of loosen-exercise
5. Explaining the variety of system of loosen exercise for diverse parts of the body
6. Explaining the differences between loosen-exercise and physical-exercise
7. Explaining the reasons of the need of relaxation exercises to be recurring.

Diploma in Yoga Asana

The objective of this unit is to facilitate the applicant to:

a. study and educate Yoga-Asana
b. Understanding techniques and advantages of Yoga-Asana
c. Understanding constancy, fitness and suppleness regarding Asanas.
d. Sitting for long-hours in a meditative-Asana

Practical aspects

The applicant must be capable to act the following:

1. 10-standing asans
2. 10-sitting asans
3. 10-lying down asans
4. 5-Inverse asans
5. 5-Meditative asans
6. 2-Rexative asans

Understanding needs:

The mentor must make sure that the applicant is capable to:

3.1 give details and recognize check-points, technique, period, knowledge, contra-indication and advantages of asans.
3.2 Stating the definition and knowledge of asans.
3.3 Explaining features of asans.
3.4 Stating the objectives and purpose of asans.
3.5 Explaining position and seat for asans.
3.6 Indicating rules and regulations previous to and subsequent to practicing asans.
3.7 Explaining the distinction among asans and exercises.
3.8 Explaining categorization of asans.

Diploma in Yogic Breathing

The objective of this section is to facilitate the applicant to:

a. study and educate breathing exercises
b. Understanding the way to boost energy of body
c. Understanding Prana (energy) body

Practical aspects

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

4.1 Abdomen-breathing
4.2 Thoracic-breathing
4.3 Clavicular-breathing
4.4 Yogic-breathing
4.5 Dynamic-Kapalabhati
4.6 Surya-Kapalabhati
4.7 Chandra-Kapalabhati
4.8 Alternate nostril Kapalabhati
4.9 Traditional Kapalabhati
4.10 recognize and give details of check-points of diverse kinds of breathing and techniques, period, knowledge, contra-indication, advantages of Kapalabhati.

Understanding needs:

The mentor must make sure that the applicant is talented enough to:

4.1 Affirm the implication and description of Pranayama.
4.2 Clarify features of Pranayama.
4.3 Affirm purposes and objective of Pranayama.
4.4 Elucidate places and seats for Pranayama.
4.5 Explaining time, period and sequences of Pranayama
4.6 Explaining the advantages of Pranayama on body and mind
4.7 Explaining kinds of breathing beneficial in Pranayama

Diploma in Yogic Relaxation and Meditaion

The objective of this section is to facilitate the applicant to:

A. know methods and advantages of relaxation and meditation
B. understanding the management of stress
C. understanding the increment of mind-power.

Practical aspects:

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

5.1 Demonstrating methods to trim down disturbances during performance by use of the correct equipments and tools
5.2 Demonstrating and explaining poses for Yoga-nidra
5.3 Demonstrating practices and methods of Yoga-nidra Level-1
5.4 Demonstrating and explaining poses for meditation
5.5 Demonstrating practicing and methods of breathing-meditation
5.6 Identifying and explaining check-points, techniques, period, knowledge, contra-indication, advantages of breathing-meditation of Yoga-nidra Level-1

Understanding needs:

The teacher must make sure that the applicant is capable to:

5.1 affirm the meaning and description of meditation.
5.2 Explaining features of meditation.
5.3 Stating aims and purposes of meditation.
5.4 Explaining position and seating for meditation.
5.5 Explaining time, period and series of meditation
5.6 Explaining the rules and regulations for recreation and meditation

Diploma in Teaching Method of Yoga

The objective of this section is to permit the applicant to:

a. know the meaning of education and its significance.
b. Teaching techniques applied for coaching yoga.
c. The ways to become a successful mentor
d. Work out techniques that improve coaching.

Practical aspects:

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

6.1 Demonstrating the skills on the way to start the session.
6.2 Demonstrating the skills on ways to administer the seats arrangement
6.3 Demonstrating the skills of class-management
6.4 Demonstrating the skills of fine communication.
6.5 Demonstrating yoga methods to applicants.
6.6 Planning a well and teaching environment in class by use of equipments and tools.

Knowledge needs:

The mentor must make sure that the applicant is capable to:

6.1 Explain the significance and definition of teaching
6.2 Explaining components of coaching.
6.3 Stating and explaining education procedure.
6.4 Explaining coaching ways used in yoga.
6.5 Explaining features of a superior mentor.
6.6 Explaining the way to develop coaching efficiency.
6.7 Explaining the needs of evaluating the coaching and its techniques.
6.8 Explaining ways of series in yoga methods for training

Diploma in Ashtanga Yoga

The objective of this section is to facilitate the applicant to:

a. Understanding meaning of Ashtanga-Yoga
b. Understanding significance of Ashtanga-Yoga
c. Understanding the eight-limbs of Raja-Yoga.
d. Understanding on manner to start a yoga session according to yoga main beliefs.

Practical aspects:

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

7.1 Demonstrating practical skills of Yama in session.
7.2 Demonstrating realistic skills of Niyama in session.
The objective of this segment is to facilitate the applicant to:

a. Chanel-Prana (energies)
b. Tranquil down mind with Mudraas and Bandhaas
c. Learning superior methods applied for Pranayaama and meditation.

Practical aspects:

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

8.1 Gyan Mudra
8.2 Chinn Mudra
8.3 Shambhavii Mudraa
8.4 Nasikagra-Mudra
8.5 Kaki-Mudra
8.6 Shanmukhi-Mudra
8.7 Viparita Karni Mudra
8.8 Yoga Mudraa
8.9 Mandukii Mudra
8.10 Jalandharaa Bandha
8.11 Moolaa Bandhaa
8.12 Udiyana Bandhaa

Identifying and explaining checking points, methods, durations, knowledge, contra-indication, advantages and precautions to be in use of the above methods.

Knowledge needs:

The teacher must make sure that the applicant is capable to:

8.1 Stating the connotation and description of Mudrra.
8.2 Explaining categorization of Mudrra.
8.3 Stating aims and purpose of Mudrra.
8.4 Stating the connotation and description of Bandhaa.
8.5 Explaining categorization of Bandha.
8.6 Explaining differentiations among Bandhaa and Mudrra
8.7 Explaining similarity among Bandhaa and Mudrra.
8.8 Explaining structures and physiology of Mudrra and Bandha.

The objective of this segment is to facilitate the applicant to:

a. Cleaning and detoxifying of body.
b. Attaining mental and physical equilibrium
c. Creating accord in energy systems of body.
d Preparing for Pranayama-practice.

Practical needs:

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

9.1 Performing Jala-Neti
9.5 Demonstrating and explaining preparation and drying of nostrils.
9.6 Performing Sutra-neti
9.4 Performing Agnisara-kriya
9.5 Performing Nauli-kriya.
9.6 Performing Tratkaa.
9.7 Identifying and explaining check-points, methods, durations, knowledge, contra-indication,
advantages of above methods.

Requirements: worm-water, Jala-Neti pot, Sutra-Neti, 1-candle, 1-lighter.

Understanding requirements

The mentor must make sure that the applicant is capable to:

9.1 Stating the meaning and description of Shat-karma
9.2 Explaining categorization of Shat-karma.
9.3 Explaining structure and physiology of Jala-Neti.
9.4 Explaining anatomy and physiology of Sutra-Neti.
9.5 Explaining anatomy and physiology of Agniisara Kriiya.
9.6 Explaining anatomy and physiology of Nuoli Kriiya.
9.7 Explaining anatomy and physiology of Traataka.

The mentor must make sure that the applicant is capable to:

10.1 Elucidate the Concepts, definitions, meaning of yoga-therapy.
10.2 Explaining Past of yoga-therapy and its expansion.
10.3 Explaining situations of yoga-therapy in nation and worldwide.
10.4 Explaining various components of yoga-therapy.
10.5 Explaining features of yoga-therapy and its limits as a therapy.
10.6 Explaining Yoga-therapy as remedial and precautionary.
10.7 Explaining range of yoga-therapy and as a yoga-therapist.

Practical aspects:

The applicant must be capable to perform the following:

10.1 Understanding Digestive System Anatomy and Physiology from the yoga point of vision as well as contemporary science.
10.2 Diagnosing of Clinical characteristics of digestive-system.
10.3 Diagnosing causes of digestive-system.
10.4 Diagnosing symptoms and complications of digestive-system.
10.5 Demonstrating yogic supervision of Indigestion.
10.6 Demonstrating yogic management of gastric-trouble.
10.7 Demonstrating yogic management of Acidity

Additional information

Payment options: The course duration and the fees are as follows: 1. Daily drop in classes 200 INR 2. One week 250 USD 3. Two week 440 USD 4. Four week (200hr) 770 USD 5. Six week (300hr) 1100 USD 6. Eight week (500hr) 1800 USD booking open now

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