Rehab & Therapy Course ; Prevention is better then cure
Yoga Rehab (200Hrs) (Incl. Contact & Non-Contact Hrs)
Yoga Rehab course emphasize on correction & cure to pre-existing yoga or other sports injuries and prevention of upcoming injuries due to postural dysfunction. The is tailored with many modules that include series of assessment to identify faulty movement pattern, flexibility and stability limitations. Pre-designed progression program to correct inefficiencies in performing all level Yoga postures and rehabilitation from pre-existing injuries due to faulty practice.
- Course Curriculum
Postural Dysfunctions & their Assessments (20Hrs)*
- Upper Body Dysfunction (UBD)
- Lower Leg Dysfunction (LLD)
- Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Complex Dysfunction (LPHCD)
Rehab Programs (50Hrs)*
- 5 Integrated sub-Systems
- Pre – Designed Rehab programs on
- Pulled Hamstrings
- Hyperextended knee/elbow
- Asymmetrical imbalance
Sports & General Injury
- Tennis Elbow
- Golfers Elbow
- Rotator Cuff Injury Rehab
- LBP (Low Back Pain) Rehab
- LPHCD Rehab
- LLD Rehab
- UBD Rehab
Practices & Teaching (30Hrs)*
Warmups, PREP`asana and Integrated Sun salutation*
- 32 Preparatory asana
- 12 Intensive yoga warm up and 3 Integrated sun salutations to charge up your students, making them sweat in first 15-20 min essential for an invigorative yoga session.
Classical 84 Hatha Yogasana*
100-HRS International Teacher Training Course on 84 Hatha Yogasana enables you to learn, practice and teach classical 84 Hatha Yoga Asana from classical texts with all the references compiled in one Manual. Asanas are classified, depending on the levels of students and position of asanas, Every pose include the detail instruction, correction points, anatomical alignment focus and muscles work.
If you are not looking for a new career but more in depth knowledge about keys to self align in asanas and get maximum out of every class no matter who the instructor is, our courses offer you this as well.
84 Classical Hatha Yoga asana including variations and their regular practice under following:
- Starting Position
- Asana procedure
- Warm-up and PREP
- Transition and Vinyasa
- Essence (Anatomy)
- Focus on Alignment
- Modifications & Variations
- Chakra Awareness
- Gestures (Bandha, Mudra & Drishti)
- Benefits & Contraindication
- Therapeutic use & Possible Injury prevention
- Counter and Neutralising postures
- Energy movements & Emotional Discharge
- Intensive Yoga Therapy
Yoga Therapy : Unlocking the Hidden Vitality (100Hrs)
According to classical texts, most of the problems in our health come from a state of ignorance of who and what we are. From a psychological standpoint, therapy is defined as the possibility of accessing self-knowledge that will enable us to change that what we consider dysfunctional.
It’s widely known that Yoga can enhance your physical and emotional well being, but when Yoga is practiced with a therapeutic intention in the form of Yoga Therapy, it can help prevent and aid recovery from physical and mental ailments. Yoga has long been practiced with therapeutic intentions as way of transforming both the body and the mind.
Comprehensive study of Common disorders (20Hrs)
Definition, pathophysiology, aetiology, clinical features, assessments and yoga therapy for ailments of the following systems:-
- Respiratory System – Nasal Allergy and Asthma
- Cardiovascular System – Hypertension and coronary Artery diseases
- Digestive System – Hyperacidity, Irritable bowel syndrome
- Reproductive System – infertility, menstrual disorders
- Endocrine System – Diabetes, Obesity, Thyroid(Hypo and Hyper)
- Nervous System – Migraine, Epilepsy
- Psychiatry – Anxiety, depressive neurosis, stress, Insomnia
- Musculo-Skeletal System – Arthritis, Back pain, Ankylosing spondylitis
- Pregnancy – Role of stress in problems of pregnancy, Labour and fetus
- Spacial senses – Yoga for eyes
Principles of Naturopathy and Ayurveda in Yoga (10Hrs)
- Foreign matter and toxins, accumulation in the body and its importance in elimination through different ways or channels
- Definition and maintenance of nature’s constructive principles of health
- Importance of physical and mental hygiene
- Tridosa, Dhtu, Mala, Sadasa
- Concept of health according to Ayurveda, dinacharya, sadvrtta, rutucharya
- Elements of snehana, svedana, vamanavirechana, bastikriya in panchakarma
Special Techniques for Lifestyle or Psycho-somatic disorders (30Hrs)
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Stress & Anxiety
- Eye Disorders
Yogic Diet & Nutrition (10Hrs)
- Yogic Diet, Food and Yoga Practice ,Vegetarianism for ethical, spiritual & health reasons
- Nutrients, proximate principles of diet – their importance.
- Carbohydrates : Monosaccharides, polysaccharides.
- Proteins – Importance of proteins in biological system – Essential and non-essential amino acids – biological value.
- Lipids – triglycerides – essential fatty acids
- Calorimetry – Energy requirement and its calculation, Energy aspects of diet and their distribution, Balanced diet.
- Minerals – Calcium, iron, other trace elements in human nutrition.
- Vitamins – Fat soluble and water soluble vitamins – Physiological role – requirement and source signs of deficiency.
- Ayurvedic principles of nutrition
Functional Anatomy & Physiology of Hatha Yoga (CYEd 30Hrs)*
*Compulsory module for particular course
Remaining are selective module