Our Pranayama teacher training in India is based on traditional yogic breathing practices. It is an intense pranayama course which focus on breath and energy flow. Breathing or Pranic energy is the spiritual link between the body and the mind. One can take control of both and dive deep into consciousness. Prana means life-force and it is the vital energy that pervades the body. At our Pranayama teacher training in India, teachers will share the knowledge of how to breathe properly using yogic diaphragmatic breathing techniques. With the help of practical sessions, you will understand how Pranayama does wonders in improving the overall health and the function of all the vital body organs.
Retreat center in Rishikesh, India
Learn Pranayama teacher training in India at the Yoga capital of the world Rishikesh. Our retreat center in Rishikesh provides a perfect setting to start your journey of attaining consciousness near the banks of holy river Ganges, while you are amidst the mighty Himalayas. The place is carefully selected as the quiet and warm atmosphere is perfect to relax the mind and focus on improving concentration.
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During Pranayama teacher training in India at Vedic Yoga Academy, you will be living in the close embrace of nature, which in itself, is a refreshing experience. The rooms offer panoramic views of the city with tall Himalayan Mountains filling the backdrop. The rooms of your accommodation are hygienic and comfortable, and available on private as well as sharing basis. All the rooms are well-equipped with contemporary facilities such as twin beds, lights, television, private and clean washrooms with 24*7 hot running shower facilities, a study area, coffee table, and a chair. Most rooms have a private balcony for you to immerse in the beauty of Rishikesh and to spend some leisure time in self-reflection & meditation.
The Prana determines the state of our body, mind and soul. It flows through thousands of subtle energy channels called ‘nadis’ and energy centers called ‘chakras’. The quantity and quality of Prana and the way it flows through the nadis and chakras determines one’s state of mind. If the Prana level is high and its flow is continuous, smooth and steady, the mind remains calm, positive and enthusiastic. At Vedic Yoga Academy, you will learn about Prana, the doshas of the body, the chakras and how to align all with the help of breathing.
We, as individual selves, are a microcosmic manifestation of the divine self and are encased in five vital sheaths or centres of consciousness, called pancha kosha. The 5 Koshas are traditionally classified as annamaya (sheath of food), Pranamaya (sheath of vitality), manomaya (sheath of mind), vijnanamaya (sheath of intellect) and anandamaya (sheath of bliss). Our masterful Yoga teachers will teach you all of the five Koshas in detail and how to be aware of these Koshas to take the inner journey to uncover your true self or Atman.
Understand the relationship between the Prana and the chakras. Chakras are energy centers in human body and with the help of Prana, they get activated and release positive vibes. You will learn how to activate the chakras with help of Pranayama.
The human body is essentially a mass of energy form. The subtle energy body is a part of us which can’t be seen with naked eye, but operates within us and can be felt, determining who we are. Nadis are the pathways and Prana is the vital energy flowing through them. We will teach you all about the relationship of Prana and Nadi and how they are related with the Chakras.
At Pranayama teacher training in India you will learn how Mantra is the sound revealed from profound meditation. Sound is energy. Sound has pitch, volume, intensity, tone and certain subtle qualities. Chanting correct mantras in correlation with Prana has multifold benefits and this relation forms the basis of many Prana vidya techniques. We will cover in depth the correct application of mantras, within the specialized form of Prana vidya.
Essential Mudras, Bandhas and Asanas for Pranayama – Together, we will do an in-depth study of Cleansing techniques, Mudras (Mental attitude or gestures), Bandhas (Energy locks), Nada (Sound) Meditation and other essential guidelines.
These are the core basics of Pranayama. Learn how to deepen the art of Inhalation (puraka), Breath holding (kumbhaka) and Exhalation (rechaka) and their profound effects on body, mind and thoughts.
Physiology of Pranayama – With practice, experience firsthand how Pranayama calms the mind, recharge the charkas and refreshes the soul.
Learn the correct posture for Pranayama, how to avoid distractions & fatigue while practicing Pranayama and how to teach others this ancient art. This will help you becoming a skillful Pranayama teacher.
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