100 Hrs Chakra Vinyasa Yoga TTC  in Edinburgh, UK

Mooladhara | Swadisthana | Manipura | Anahata | Vishuddi | Ajna | Sahasrara

 100 Hour Chakra Vinyasa Yoga TTC Edinburgh - 5 Weekends

The chakras engineer the architecture of the human soul. At the crossroad between mind and body, spirit and matter, the chakras form the yoke of yoga. As gateways between the cosmos, the chakras are the seven windows that connect the inner world with the outer. The spiritual practice of Yoga activates these centres and brings us to the core consciousness of the divine within.

Chakras reorganize the subtle energy to balance the pranic flow so as to travel fully through the whole body, from grounding the first chakra (Mooladhara) to rising through the core to the infinite consciousness of the crown (Sahasrara). Much as anatomy texts describe the architecture of the body through the bones, muscles, and organs, the Chakra System describes the architecture of the human soul through the subtle energy centres aligned along our core. The elegant arrangement and meaning of these centres provide a map for the journey to divine realization in the individual and an evolutionary map for our civilization’s next awakening.

In this Yoga Teacher Training, you will learn the series of vinyasa flow (movement with breath into awareness and stillness) through the lens of the chakra system accompanied with the study of the mantras (sanskrit sounds), asanas (postures), mudras (gestures), bandhas (energy locks), pranayama (breathwork), shatkriyas (yoga detoxification practices) which are used to open, stimulate, or relax various chakras.

You will study tools and techniques to analyze the mind and body through the functioning of the chakras within; the methods of combining opposites, such as opening and closing, holding and releasing, charging and discharging, to pump energy through the whole body-mind system. You will learn sun salute variations for each chakra, along with yoga and bioenergetic movements for each chakra, along with chakra philosophy, guided meditation, yoga nidra and detoxification techniques.

Chakra Vinyasa Yoga offers the practitioner tools to enhance mental, emotional, physical and biological functions in order to bring optimal wellbeing and healing. This facilitates self-awareness, boundaries, self-esteem, emotional regulation and enhanced cognitive processing. It provides a profound testimony for completeness, a system for liberation, a design for transformation.
Edinburgh Course Dates in 2020:

Module 1 - 25th & 26th January  |  Module 2 - 8th & 9th February  |  Module 3 - 22nd & 23rd February
Module 4 - 7th & 8th of March  |  Module 5 - 21st & 22nd March


Certified by :
- History, philosophy and values of Yoga.
- Chakra based Vinyasa Yoga Practice and techniques.
- Core Principles of Vinyasa (Flow)Yoga Practice
- Vital Chakra Pranayama Practices
- Comprehensive Study of the 7 major chakras
- Mantra Chanting (Sanskrit)
- Sanskrit names of the postures.
- Unique Mudras that Awaken the Chakras
- How to Utilize the Bandhas for Chakra Balancing.
- Hands-on Adjustment with and without props.
- Posture Lab and Alignments.
- Art of Sequencing: Original & Modern Vinyasa
- Teaching Methodology.
- Art of Studying and Teaching.
- Theme based workshops.
- Planning and structuring a class based on the Chakras

Chakra Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in Edinburgh Curriculum​

Yogic Detoxification Techniques (Jala & Sutra Neti) to facilitate Pranic Flow for Chakra Activation
Practice of Suryanamaskar A & B (Sun Salutations)
Different styles of Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutations)
Chakra based Vinyasa Yoga Practice - Movement into Awareness & Stillness, tapping into the felt sense of different organs of the body
Gentle Evening Flow for the Chakras
Core Principles of Vinyasa (Flow)Yoga Practice.
Application of Bandhas and Drishtis in Ashtanga Vinyasa
Vital Chakra Pranayama Practices
Advanced skills movement education
Unique Mudras that Awaken the Chakras
Mantras for the Chakras
How to Utilize the Bandhas for Chakra Balancing
Yoga Nidra
Mindfulness Meditation Techniques from the Ancient Texts

Yogic Philosophy and classical books of Yoga
Meaning and importance of “OM”
History and Origin of Yoga
Patanjali Yoga Sutras
Definition of Yoga and its interpretation
How can we apply Yoga philosophy in the contemporary lifestyle?
Addressing the question “Who am I?” and understanding the concept of Samskara & Kleshas (sufferings)
Values and meaning of being Yogi
The place for Yogi in today’s World
Lifestyle and ethics for a yoga practitioner and teacher
Mantra Chanting, their benefits on the mind and body
Deep understanding of Sanskrit names of the postures and their meanings
Meditation Techniques

Regular guided meditation classes
Study and practice of several meditation techniques for different elements
Techniques of visualization to improve meditation
How to use meditation to understand our own nature and that of others

PRANAYAMA (Science of Breath)
What is Pranayama?
Types of Prana.
Types of Kumbhaka.
Different types of breathing techniques: Kapalbhati, Nadi Shodhan, Bhramari, Ujjayi, Bhastrika, etc.
Importance of yogic breathing.
Role of Kumbhaka and Bandhas in Vinyasa Yoga.
Meaning, types and practice of Mudras and Bandhas within the Pranayama Practice.

Study of all traditional Shatkriyas (Yogic Detoxifications).
Practice of  Nauli, Jala Neti and Sutra Neti.
Importance of practising Shatkriya for achieving the balance of the chakras and the healthy functioning of body, mind and soul.

What is OM?
What is mantra mean?
Mantra Chanting
Traditional starting and closing Mantras for Vinyasa
How to create positive vibration or energy with mantra yoga.

An in-depth Overview of the Subtle Energy Body
Comprehensive Study of the 7 major chakras
The Metaphysics of the Chakra System
What are the Nadis? Ida, Pingala and Sushumna
Principles of Prana, Pancha Prana and Yogic practices to achieve their balance
Mind & Body Connection & Maps of Subtle Anatomy:- Koshas, Nadis & Chakra
Subtle Anatomy & the Endocrine Glands
Systems of the Body through western science - includes physiology (bodily systems, organs etc.)

Observing, assessing and correcting
Instructions, teaching styles, qualities and responsibility of a yoga teacher
Structuring a theme based practice and Sequencing a Vinyasa Yoga sequence
Grouping the Asanas as per following types and their main chakras of action: standing asanas, balances, side bending,
forward bending, back bending, twisting, arm balances, inversions, relaxation asanas
Adjustment & Alignment workshops and lectures on "hands on" adjustments
Planning and structuring a class based on the Chakra system

Practice of teaching in pairs and groups under teacher’s supervision

Practical exam of teaching
Feedback – receiving & giving

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7:30 – 8:00 Mantra Chanting, Pranayama, Kriya
8:00 - 9:30 Asana Practice (Each day we will work on a different element)
9:30 – 10:30 Breakfast

10:30 - 13:00 Program Session
Program sessions will include philosophy, yogic lifestyle, anatomy
, teaching methodology,  techniques for postures and pranayama, adjustment and alignment and sequencing.
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30– 17:00 Program Session
17:00–18:30  Asana/Meditation/Yoga Nidra Practice
Evening yoga practice to reinforce posture alignment details and teaching methodology while providing opportunities to assist the teachers and deepen your own practice.

*This is an orientation schedule and the time and order of the classes may vary slightly.

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