Yoga Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy is instructed from a yogic and very practical perspective on 200 Hour Multi-style Yoga Teacher Training. As students explore body alignment through their own yoga practice they will begin to learn the biomechanics of the body in anatomy. We structure our course so that the basics of joints, muscles, and skeleton become clear. Allowing plenty of time for students to explore and understand. We aim for students to leave able to understand which major joints and muscles are being used within a yoga pose and in which way this can impact a yoga practice. Then apply that knowledge to modify or adjust any students practice regardless of injury or ailment.
At Vishuddhi Yoga 200 Hour Multi-style Yoga Teacher Training Yoga Philosophy classes are taught by Indian teachers who have lived the yogic life and who have a deep intrinsic understanding of yogic philosophy. All our teachers have studied extensively and had firsthand experience of transformation through their own yoga practice. Our 200 Hour Multi-style Yoga Teacher Training syllabus focuses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and Ashtanga Yoga meaning eight limbs. Classes are interactively and discussion is encouraged between students and teacher. Classes are taught from a scientific perspective whilst applying spiritual and philosophical values of yoga to modern day life and the challenges we face.
At Vishuddhi Yoga 200 Hour Multi style Yoga Teacher Training we believe in enhancing and accessing both the inner and outer levels of ourselves. Meditation works on our inner world and impacts on the whole world. Meditation allows the mind to become still, to allow the practitioner to watch the self with no conflict and to be free from the prison of the mind. It is a process which helps to calm the mind, produce clear thought, stress relief, energy increase, and lifts the spirit creating a positive outlook which in turn has benefits on the physical body too.
The styles of meditation offered on our course syllabus vary greatly, we teach both active and inactive styles, allowing the student to connect with a style that really suits them. They include; Chakra Meditations, Kundalini Meditations, Third Eye Meditations, Sufi Meditations, Tantra Meditations, Mind to No Mind Meditations, Intensive Breath Meditations, Sound Meditations and Silent Meditations. A truly unique opportunity to experience so many styles of meditation in one place.