As a yoga teacher, many of you experience the health problems of students. Often you hear students saying such and such health issues. It is therefore important to know how to deal with it and help such students with yoga therapy.
Our lives are getting faster, more challenging and more stressful. Many people react to this with tension, but also fears and psychosomatic illnesses.
In this yoga therapy course, you will have the unique opportunity to work with real patients. This will give you a deep insight into practical work with people with different problems.
• Introduction: What is Yoga Therapy (Yoga Chikitsa)?
• History, origin and development of Yoga Therapy.
• The Meaning of the Five Elements (Pancha Maha Bhuta)
• The Doctrine of the Five Bodies (Pancha Kosha)
• The philosophical concept of the three Gunas (three qualities)
• The types of constitution (tridosha, simple disorders)
• Crime novel: germs and bacteria according to yogic understanding
• Glandular system according to Yoga Chikitsa (Granthis)
• Mudras and Bhandas
• The five vayus (energy flows in the body)
• Yogic nutrition according to the texts of the Gheranda Samhita and Hatha Yoga
• Pradipika Chakra System
• Shat Karmas (yogic cleansing techniques)
• Therapeutic asanas
• Therapeutic pranayama
• How do I integrate people with physical problems into an existing yoga class?
• Yoga therapy for various diseases
For the whole course (without flight) including transfer costs from Kolkata to Kotalghosha (approx. 390 km round trip), accommodation in a double room as well as some excursions, including excellent vegetarian food CHF 2900.-
Single rooms are available for an extra charge.
A deposit of Fr. 1000.- is due with the registration. Rest dues payable upon arrival at the Ashram. For cancellations: After 30 January 2024 the deposit will not be refunded. After that, the full course fee is payable or a substitute person is provided.
It is the responsibility of the participants to take out accident, theft and/or cancellation insurance. The course organization assumes no liability.
Thanks and Namaste!