Rehab Yoga 200 Hours Yoga Teachers Training
Prayer/Mantra yogena chittasya (Patanjali’s Prayer)
Yogena cittasya padena vacam
Malam sarirasyaca vaidyakena
Yopakarottam prvaram muninam
Meaning: To the noblest of sages, Patanjali, who gave us yoga for serenity of mind, grammar for purity of speech and medicine for the perfection of the body, I salute.
Sankha cakrasi dharinam
Sahasra sirasam svetam
Meaning: I salute before Patanjali whose upper body has a human form, whose arms hold a conch, and disc and a sword, who is crowned by a thousand headed cobra. Oh incarnation of Adisesa my humble salutations to thee.
Become a Certified Yoga Teacher with Rehab Yoga!
“A transformational Yoga Teacher Training to take your Yoga journey to the next Level.”
Become a Certified Yoga Teacher and get recognized around the world with Yoga Alliance USA Affiliation.
A unique Yoga teacher training course, open for all levels with deep focus on Benefits over Aesthetics to gain Spiritual, Emotional, Mental & Physical connections and learn to overcome physiological and psychological limitations.
Rehab Yoga School is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance – the largest and renowned Yoga organization in the world.
Successful student after a verified training with our school will be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYTs).
Rehab Yoga school’s Mission is not only to provide a quality Yoga education to students and aspiring Yoga teachers, but also to help them grow in their yoga journey by giving them strong foundation of authentic teaching with traditional and modern approach by Indian and International Yoga teacher Gaurav Negi from India (The Birth Place of Yoga)
How Rehab Yoga Training is unique from other training providers?
- Rehab Yoga focuses on benefits over aesthetics in all aspects of the training
- Rehab Yoga gives you all the tools to cater the needs of all individuals from healthy population to therapeutic conditions
- Students will learn therapeutic techniques of Asana, Pranayama and Meditation to deal with various diseases and illnesses including psychosomatic disorders
- Students will learn Injury preventions, Corrective Alignments, Muscle imbalance corrections techniques & Rehabilitation to achieve their desired yoga postures safely and effectively
- Students will learn Body reading and postural corrections using Myofascial Meridian Line concept
- Students will learn Myofascial releases, trigger point therapy, PNF stretches, muscle activation using theraband
- Students will learn all the Props work for almost all postures to over come body’s limitations to gain steady and comfortable Asana
- Students will learn teaching methodologies and real time class management and sequencing as per the need of individuals
Rehab Yoga course is Taught by Master Trainer Gaurav Negi itself, who is a renowned international Yoga teacher with a global experience in teaching.
Although information about the universe is ever increasing, the human mind is never satisfied; it always yearns for more knowledge. However, as Kant, the great 18th century Prussian philosopher noted, the intellect ultimately comes to a point beyond which it cannot penetrate. The intellect cannot answer such questions as:
Who we are?, What is the purpose of our life?, Why we are here? Where we will go? Is physical death the end of everything?
It can be seen as foolish to search for truth with an instrument as limited as the intellect, to attempt to measure the unknown depth of eternal questions with a finite instrument.
There are people known as saints or seers who can see the past, present and future. They have the ability to gather the dissipated rays of the mind. The answers to transcendental questions come to these people from the limitless source of wisdom gained during the hours of silent meditation. “Source of experience”, “It happens when we can still our mind ”
The seers and saints who have discovered the truth declare that this truth will take away all of the miseries and pain of life. They have realized their essential nature, which is eternally pure and perfect.
The founders of all religions saw God; they saw through their own souls. What they saw, they reported and taught techniques to reach this state of experience. Transcending the intellect gives the yogi, saint or seer the highest mystical experience or “samadhi”. Many religious teachers of today, on the other hand, seem busier with preaching than with practicing. Many people blindly follow religious leaders without knowing the purpose of life, and are satisfied with mere ritual and tradition.
Each person needs to experience the truth within him/herself; only then will doubts and miseries vanish. Yoga gives practical and scientific techniques for finding and experiencing the truth in religion. As every science has its own method of investigation, so also the science of yoga has its own method. “Yoga says that the truth can be experienced only when one transcends the senses, and when the mind and intellect cease to function.”
A yoga teacher does not stop to prove theories, nor argue with the class. A true teacher teaches with the authority of personal experience. This authority in turn, is based on guidance received from his/her own teacher and from the scriptures. The teacher knows that much of the teaching is planting of seeds (teacher understand when you are ready). For every idea the student understands, there will be a hundred that will come into the conscious mind only when the time is ready, when sufficient purity, strength and clarity of mind have been achieved.
The aim of all yoga practice is to achieve truth, wherein the individual soul identifies itself with the supreme spirit, or God. Beyond the ever-changing consciousness of mind and intellect, there is a changeless, formless spirit which is unaffected by anything, and which is veiled in the individual according to his/her stage of evolution.
Rehab Yoga Teacher Training Guidelines as per Yoga Alliance Standards
Spirit of the Standards & Quality
The spirit of the Yoga Alliance Standards is to include a school in the RYS® (Registered Yoga School) Directory only when its YTT (Yoga Teacher Training):
- Has a definite, pre-defined curriculum that meets the Yoga Alliance Standards.
- Is taught by yoga teacher trainers who are qualified to train teachers.
- Offers a consistent approach that is conducive to depth, rather than a survey of different approaches.
All standards for Rehab Yoga registered yoga school are intended to be clear, implementable reflections of the above criteria.
Rehab Yoga 200-hour teacher training adequately prepares trainees to teach a general adult population and incorporates training hours in the following Educational Categories:
- Techniques, Training and Practice
- Teaching Methodology
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Yoga Philosophy/Ethics/Lifestyle
1 – Techniques, Training and Practice
Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: Asanas, Pranayamas, Kriyas, Chanting, Mantra, Meditation and other Traditional Yoga Techniques.
- Analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques, and
- Guided practice of the techniques themselves. Both areas will receive substantial emphasis.
The Five Categories of Asana: The trainee will practice and learn the key poses in each category of asana (standing poses, forward bends, backbends, twists, and inversions) and will begin to develop a relationship to both the form and the function of these different categories.
Maps of Alignment: Trainees will achieve comprehension of the alignment maps for each of the five categories of asanas through observation and experience of how the poses in each category share a common foundation, and how to build upon this foundation.
Multi Style Asanas Classes
- Vinyasa Flow
- Acro Yoga
- Flow yoga
- Power & Strength Yoga
- Yin Yoga
- Restorative Yoga
- Rehab Yoga Flow
- Props Yoga
- Sun Salutation A Flow
- Sun Salutation B Flow
- Natural Breathing
- Abdominal Breathing
- Thoracic Breathing
- Clavicular Breathing
- Yogic Breathing
- Deep breathing with ratios
- Fast Breathing
- Alternate Nostril Breathing
- Cooling breathing (Sheetali, Sitkari)
- Ujjayi Breathing (Victorious Breathing)
- Bhramari (Humming Bee Breath)
- Bhastrika (Bellow Breath)
- Surya Bhedan (Right Nostril Breathing)
- Jal Neti Kriya
- Sutra Neti Kriya
- Dhauti Kriya
- Trataka Kriya
- Chanting Meditation
- Silent Mediation
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Movement/Dynamic Meditation
- Mantra Mediation
- Dancing Meditation
- Japa Ajapa Meditation
- Chakras Meditation
2 – Teaching Methodology
Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to:
- Communication skills such as group dynamics, time management, and the establishment of priorities and boundaries.
- How to address the specific needs of individuals and special populations, to the degree possible in a group setting.
- Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting.
- Teaching styles.
- Qualities of a teacher.
- The student learning process.
- Setting the objectives for a class
- Preparing for a class
- Organising the students
- Beginning a class
- The art of Instructions
- The art of teaching a pose
- Command on the language
- Awareness in the practice
- The art of observation
The Teaching Methodology category covers a broad overview and analysis of teaching methods, rather than how to practice or teach specific techniques.
Principles of Demonstrating Asanas: Discuss how effective demonstrations in class can help emphasize an alignment or other focus for the specific pose or sequence of poses.
Learning Modalities: Identifying your dominant style, and learning how to teach based on others’ learning styles.
Use of Language and Voice: Lecture and discussion on active vs. passive language and the effective use of each; positive and conscious communication, and habitual speech and communication patterns.
Points to be covered but not limited to:
- How your bones determine range of motion in all the yoga postures
- How and why everyone does yoga postures differently and what they can do about it
- How joint compression and muscle tension/resistance plays role in all the yoga asana
- We are going to learn muscular and skeleton restrictions
- How to improve yoga posture for individuals
- Identifying if the pain or discomfort you are getting in a posture, is it compressive stress or is it tensile stress? This makes all the difference in Yoga as how you can change that or not.
- We will learn how to use the yoga props in a effective way to prevent injuries and get deeper into yoga practice
- We will learn to create optimal body alignment using props
- We will learn how various Proportion and Orientation of individuals can affect the yoga postures and how props may help to achieve the desired result
- We will learn to make specific poses accessible to those with physical & Structural limitations
- We will learn to help adjust or support the practitioner to work in a range of motion that is safe and effective
- We will learn to instruct or highlight a particular aspect of a yoga posture to enhance personal understanding of a posture and its effects
- Learn the props work to overcome the body’s limitations in a safe and effective manner
- Learn the variety of props work for certain poses where modern yogis struggles
- Learn the props for therapeutic purpose and to restore the movements
- Learn how to prevent Joint compression using Props
- Learn how to increase flexibility and muscle control using Props
- Learn the techniques to prevent and heal the injuries using props
- Muscle imbalance correction for whole body
- How muscle Imbalance happens in the body
- How to assess and identify muscle imbalance by looking at the movements and Testings
- How to approach with corrective techniques
- How to improve yoga posture for individuals by corrective techniques
- Learn Meridian lines and their affects on our posture and movements
- Learn myofascial and trigger point release using various techniques like; Form rollers, Manual techniques etc.
- Learn Muscle activation using Thera bands & Manual techniques
- Learn PNF stretches for better results in flexibility
- Learn to get Stability and Mobility in and around the joints with muscle imbalance correction
3 – Anatomy and Physiology
Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: Human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and will also include energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.). Includes both the study of anatomy and physiology along with its application to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.).
Kinetic Movement and Joints Functions
Cardio Vascular System
Corrective posture and alignment
Effective props work
- Muscle Imbalance techniques
- Testings and Assessments
- Myofascial and Trigger point releases
- Therapeutic use of props
- PNF stretches
- Muscle control during yoga asana
- Activation of postural muscles
- Meridian Lines in the body
- Kinetic chain of stability and mobility of the joints
- Lordosis, Kyphosis & Scoliosis
Learn to address the root causes with deep understanding of Musculoskeletal Anatomy and correct some common issues and pains due to muscle imbalances like;
Bunions and other toes dysfunctions
Anterior knee pain
Knee pain & imbalance
IT band and it’s role in the body
Hip Impingement Syndrome
Excessive anterior or posterior tilts
Neck issues like forward neck due to instability
Kyphotic spine and Rounded shoulders
Shoulder pain and imbalance
Scapular instability like winging & Downward rotation
Elbows and forearm imbalance
Wrist pain and much more
4 – Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers
Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to:
- The study of yoga philosophies and traditional texts (such as the Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika or Bhagavad Gita)
- Yoga lifestyle, such as the precept of non-violence (ahimsa), and the concepts of dharma and karma
- Ethics for yoga teachers, such as those involving teacher – student relationships and community
- Understanding the value of teaching yoga as a service and being of service to others (seva)
5 – Practicum
Topics in this category include:
- Practice teaching as the lead instructor
- Receiving and giving feedback.
- Observing others teaching.
- Assisting students while someone else is teaching.
TTC Daily Timetable
7am to 8:30am – Morning Asana Class (Mix, Vinyasa, Acro, Flow, Power, Yin, Restorative, Rehab Yoga)
8:30am to 9:30am – Breakfast Break
9:30am to 10:30am – Yoga & Life Philosophy for Spiritual & Healthy Life
10:30am to 10:45am – Tea Break
10:45am to 12:45pm – Yoga Alignment, Teaching Practice & Sequence making
12:45pm to 2pm – Lunch Break
2pm to 3:30pm – Yoga Anatomy & Physiology
3:30pm to 3:45pm – Tea Break
3:45pm to 5:30pm – Hatha Yoga (Traditional Yoga Asana & Pranayama)
5:30pm to 6pm – Meditation (Silent, Mantra Chanting, Dynamic, Dancing, Bhajans & Kirtans)
7pm Dinner – Post Dinner (Discussions, Music, Dance etc.)
Please Note: Rehab Yoga delivers its programs all over the world therefore depending on place to place and requirements of the course attendees, Rehab Yoga 200 Hours TTC Can be covered in one go or in Modules basis. For more information please contact Rehab Yoga.
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