Part 2nd / 45 Days 100 Hour Online Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh India

Started on May 25, 2024

Namaste to all, we at Himalayan Yoga Association are offering 45 Days 2nd part 100 hours hatha/ vinyasa flow / Ashtanga based yoga teacher training, it is self-paced & Online Classes based yoga course.

Course includes pre-recorded and live Zoom sessions on each topic of each subject with clear explanation and demonstration from great teachers.

You can play all the classes even at low internet speed, it’s a completely real learning experience from us to your space.

2nd Part 100 hours yoga course is part of 200 hours yoga alliance certified yoga course, it’s for those who can’t complete the 200 hours in one time so we give them an option to complete 200 hours in two parts, 1st part 100 hrs course and 2nd part 100 hrs course = 200 Hrs certified Yoga Course Completion, after completing 2nd part 100 hours course your are 200 hours certified yoga teacher which makes you able to teach anywhere in the world as a certified yoga teacher.

Important note – Certificate will be provided only after completing 200 hrs, once you are completed 200 hrs yoga alliance certified certificate will be awarded.

You can join the course at any-time, all you need is to write us an email, we will guide you to book the course. Book your seat today to start your yogic journey with Himalayan yoga association.

100 Hours Course Fee

What is included ?

  • Access to Our Panel for all classes pre-recorded sessions – https://onlinecourse.himalayanyogaashram.com/
  • Access to more than 150+ pre-recorded hd quality yoga sessions over meditation, pranayama, yoga philosophy, yoga anatomy, ashtanga vinyasa yoga, Hatha vinyasa-flow.
  • 90 contact hours with teachers via Zoom live classes.
  • 50 hours of Self practice with recorded classes.
  • Every Month from 2nd to 24th, 2 hours online zoom yoga session everyday from 20:00 to 22:00 IST (Indian Standard Time) Sunday is off day.Monday – Hatha Vinyasa Flow / Meditation/ Pranayama
    Tuesday – Ashtanga Vinyasa/ Philosophy/ Yoga anatomy
    Wednesday – Hatha Vinyasa Flow / Meditation/ Pranayama
    Thursday – Ashtanga Vinyasa/ Philosophy/ Yoga anatomy
    Friday – Hatha Vinyasa Flow / Meditation/ Pranayama
    Saturday – Ashtanga Vinyasa/ Philosophy/ Yoga anatomy
  • Course duration: 3 months.
  • One year membership access to our all pre-recorded classes.
    Unlock a 15% discount when you join us in our in house yoga teacher training programs.
  • Digital Course manual PDF.
  • Yoga Alliance Certified Certification.

100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training School in Bali - Course Syllabus

Hatha Yoga Vinyasa Flow

Hatha Yoga/ Vinyasa Flow (Asanas)

Padmasana Group of Asanas
Backward Bending Asanas
Forward Bending Asanas
Spinal Twisting Asanas
Inverted Asanas
Balancing Asanas

Hatha Yoga Vinyasa Flow

Hatha Yoga/ Vinyasa Flow (Asanas)

Philosophy of Hatha Yoga
Ancient Scriptures of Hatha
Yoga Aim and Objectives of Hatha Yoga
Pavan Muktasana series 1
Pavanamuktasana series – 2
Pavan muktasana series – 3
Centering postures series
Surya Namaskara
Chandra Namaskara

meditation practice bali yoga

Meditation Practices

Kirtan Spiritual Dancing Meditation
Tratak Meditation
Body Awareness Meditation
Vipassana Meditation
Self Surrender Meditation
laughing meditation
Walking Meditation

Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshana)

(Trigunas) Sattva, Rajas & Tamas
What is Bhagavad Geeta & Upanishad
An Overview on Patanjali Yoga Sutras all chapters
What is Kundalini Yoga
What are the Pancha-Kosha In yoga
what are the chakras in yoga
The Nadi in Yoga
Three kinds of pain or Three-fold misery
Teaching of Ramana Maharshi (Who am I)

Pranayama Breathing practice bali yoga

Pranayama (Breathing Practices)

Ashta Kumbhaka
Anulom Vilom
Surya Bhedi,
Chandra Bhedi,
Sheetkari
Antar and Bahir Kumbakh
Pranava Pranayama

anatomy course

Yoga Anatomy & Physiology

Lifestyle According to the Ayurveda
Muscular System
Nervous System
Respiratory System
Human Cells, Types of Tissues, Organs
Important names of human skeleton system
Angular movements of human body
Directional terms of anatomy

mudra-badndha

Yoga Bandhas (Energy Lock)
Jalandhar
Mula & Maha Bandha

Sitting postures for pranayama sadhana
Easy pose
Half-lotus
Swastikasana
siddha yoni asana

Course Details

Day 1st
Ashtanga Series Introduction
Vinyasa Flow – Introduction
Philosophy – Introduction
Anatomy – Introduction to Anatomy
Pranayama – Introduction
Meditation – What is Mantra?
Meditation – What is meditation?

Day 2
Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Beginner
Philosophy – Summary of Yoga
Anatomy – Directional Term of anatomy
Ashtanga Series – Sun Salutation A
Pranayama – Benefits
Meditation – Yoga Nidra
Meditation – Shanti Mantra

Day 3
Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Intermediate
Philosophy – Evolution of Yoga
Anatomy – Introduction to Skeleton
Ashtanga Series Sun Salutation B
Pranayama – General Guidelines
Meditation – Dynamic Meditation
Meditation – Roles of Concentration

Day 4
Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (B)
Philosophy – Introduction of Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Anatomy – Bone Anatomy
Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 1
Pranayama – Mudras
Meditation – Om Meditation
Meditation – Mantra Meditation

Day 5
Vinyasa Flow 1 + Warm Up Session
Philosophy – Introduction to Raj Yoga
Anatomy – Important Name of Human Skeleton System
Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 2
Pranayama – Naadi & Sitting Posture
Meditation – Mantra Maouna

Day 6
Vinyasa Flow 2 with Sun Salutation A & Sun Salutation B
Philosophy – Objectives of Yoga
Anatomy – Angular Movement
Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 3
Pranayama – Jal Neti Shatkarma
Meditation – Trataka
Meditation – Andr Bahir

Day 7
Vinyasa Flow 3 – Standing Posture
Philosophy – Obstacles of Mind
Anatomy – Introduction of joints & functions of all joints
Pranayama – Yogic Breathing
Ashtanga Series – Standing Sequence 4
Meditation – Ajapa Japa

Day 8
Vinyasa Flow 4 – Leg Balancing Posture & Arm Balancing
Philosophy – Introduction Karma Yoga
Anatomy – Synovial
Ashtanga Series Standing Vinyasa Jump
Pranayama – Kapalbhati
Meditation – Body

Day 9
Vinyasa Flow 5 – Hip Opening
Philosophy – Introduction to Trigunas
Anatomy – Types of Synovial Joints
Ashtanga Series Sitting Vinyasa Jump
Pranayama – Naadi Sodhna
Meditation – Nada Meditation

Day 10
Vinyasa Flow 6 – Back Bending
Anatomy – Types of Cartilage
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 1
Pranayama – Ujjai Breathing
Philosophy – 8 Limbs of Yoga
Meditation – Shanti Mantra

Day 11
Vinyasa Flow 7 – Inversion
Pranayama – Bhastrika
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 2
Meditation – What is Mantra?

Day 12
Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel
Pranayama – Bhramri
Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 1
Meditation – Why should we meditate?
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 3
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 4

Day 13
Anatomy – Ankle Joint
Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 2
Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 5
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 6
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 7

Day 14
Anatomy – Wrist Joint
Anatomy – Types of Muscles
Anatomy – Types of Muscles Contraction
Anatomy – Muscular System and Function
Anatomy – Major Muscles
Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 3

Day 15
Anatomy – Elbow Joint
Anatomy – Knee Anatomy
Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Action’s
Anatomy – Spine
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 8
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 9

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