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  • Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga TTC – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    taught by Sri Dr Nagaraj and Sri Yogachari M V Chidananda Ashtanga Yoga S RAMESH KUMAR Hata Yoga The curriculum is as follows asana yoga postures pranayama breathing exercises meditation chanting mantras yoga philosophy diet Kriyas cleansing exercises to purify the body There will be special classes to study teaching techniques and alignment Both these are of importance as a teacher to be Students will develop their skills to teach asana as well as to improve their own personal practice and get the right knowledge about yoga CORE PRACTICE AND TEACHING SKILLS The power of Vinyasa Flow Yoga Asana Movements actions alignment and energetic Sequencing Form movement energetic and intention Hands on Adjustments The power of touch Practice Teaching Core Teaching Skills Language observation ethics Reading the Student Teaching all levels and ages Pranayama The Yoga of breathMeditation Directing the mind and healing the heart YOGA PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE The Yoga of Food Basic yogic diet and nutrition Yoga Philosophy Sacred texts Yama and Niyama The universal laws of life Prana The power of Yoga life and healing GENERAL SCHEDULE Please contact your teacher for your schedule at the time of joining into for your class The course is for 6 weeks and each week will have 6 days of practice Sunday is a day off Also if you class happens fall on a new moon or full moon day it will be a holiday Below would be a basic schedule 6 00 8 00 am Ashtanga vinyasa asana practice 8 00 9 45 am Breakfast 10 00 10 30 am Optional Early pranayama practice Suryanamaskar 10 30 1 00 pm theoretical explanation of yoga philosophy pranayama practice 1 00 3 00 pm Lunch Break 3 00 4 30 pm special class learning teaching techniques alignment or adjustment power of

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  • Hata Yoga TTC – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    by Sri Dr Nagaraj and Sri Yogachari M V Chidananda Ashtanga Yoga S RAMESH KUMAR Hata Yoga The curriculum is as follows asana yoga postures pranayama breathing exercises meditation chanting mantras yoga philosophy diet Kriyas cleansing exercises to purify the body There will be special classes to study teaching techniques and alignment Both these are of importance as a teacher to be Students will develop their skills to teach asana as well as to improve their own personal practice and get the right knowledge about yoga CORE PRACTICE AND TEACHING SKILLS The power of Vinyasa Flow Yoga Asana Movements actions alignment and energetic Sequencing Form movement energetic and intention Hands on Adjustments The power of touch Practice Teaching Core Teaching Skills Language observation ethics Reading the Student Teaching all levels and ages Pranayama The Yoga of breathMeditation Directing the mind and healing the heart YOGA PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE The Yoga of Food Basic yogic diet and nutrition Yoga Philosophy Sacred texts Yama and Niyama The universal laws of life Prana The power of Yoga life and healing GENERAL SCHEDULE Please contact your teacher for your schedule at the time of joining into for your class The course is for 6 weeks and each week will have 6 days of practice Sunday is a day off Also if you class happens fall on a new moon or full moon day it will be a holiday Below would be a basic schedule 6 00 8 00 am Ashtanga vinyasa asana practice 8 00 9 45 am Breakfast 10 00 10 30 am Optional Early pranayama practice Suryanamaskar 10 30 1 00 pm theoretical explanation of yoga philosophy pranayama practice 1 00 3 00 pm Lunch Break 3 00 4 30 pm special class learning teaching techniques alignment or adjustment power of touching

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  • The Therapeutic Importance to Yoga – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    Details More Organic Farm Cafe Photo Gallery Contact Us Service Apply Now Search the site Close The Therapeutic Importance to Yoga Learn about the principal aspects of ayurveda with respect to Diet Shatkrias cleansing therapeutic measures and their role in the treatment of common diseases Demonstration of some of the Shatkrias as Neti Nauli Kapalabhati Dhauti shankha prakshalana Gross Anatomy Yogic management of important diseases a Lungs b Heart c

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  • Ayurvedic Therapeutic Massage – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    Organic Farm Cafe Photo Gallery Contact Us Service Apply Now Search the site Close Ayurvedic Therapeutic Massage Ayurvedic massage course tutor consultant Dr Ramesh Kumar K L BAMS MD Ayurveda Dr Ramesh is working in Government Ayurvedic Hospital in Mysore He is available for consultation also he teaches ayurvedic massage To attain A basic understanding of anatomy Understanding of indications and contraindications for massage Physiological and Therapeutic aspects of massage

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  • Samskritam (Sanskrit) – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    Gallery Contact Us Service Apply Now Search the site Close Samskritam Sanskrit To gain an understanding of The Sanskrit sound system and script Basic vocabulary things animals numbers etc Simple conversational sentences Nouns pronouns numbers gender case etc Verbs tenses moods participals etc Sentence structures Adjectives and adverbs Saandhi ellision and scansion variations in pronunciation when words are spoken together Simple subhashitanis These are wise sayings or proverbs relating to

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  • Bharath Natyam Dance – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    Yoga Ayurvedic Therapeutic Massage Samskritam Sanskrit Bharath Natyam Dance Yoga Anatomy Ayurveda Ayurvedic Insights Basics Course Massage Course Panchakarma Course Panchakarma Details More Organic Farm Cafe Photo Gallery Contact Us Service Apply Now Search the site Close Bharath Natyam Dance Familiarity with basic steps used in Bharathnatyam Understanding meaning and execution of the main mudra used Performance of one complete dance routine Appreciation of Karnatic Music used as accompanyment IMPORTANT

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  • Yoga Anatomy – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    More Organic Farm Cafe Photo Gallery Contact Us Service Apply Now Search the site Close Yoga Anatomy Yoga Anatomy Course Basic and Advanced Duration Each 10 hrs Tutor Dr Shashirekha Contents Basic course Introduction Fundamentals breath bandha drishti and vinyasa Connective tissue difference systems in the body skeletal muscular circulatory and respiratory Dynamics of breathing Yoga and spine anatomy stretch foot positions Pelvis and hip joint Advanced course Preview of

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  • Ayurveda – Mysore Mandala Yogashala
    of the body which make up the Dhatus Because the Doshas can move freely between the Dhatus and the GI tract they also transport metabolic by products and toxins or Malas from the Dhatus into the GI tract for elimination As intermediaries between Dhatus and Malas the Doshas influence their condition and status in the body combining with Dhatus and Malas without being changed or harmed The importance of the Doshas in healing and rejuvenating the body is enormous Doshas can move anywhere in the body Doshas can discriminates between what the body should retain and what it should eliminate and act accordingly Each Dosha is most efficient in eliminating impurities that accumulate in its own zone of functioning The Doshas twice daily migration is the best time for the movement of waste products from the body s deeper structures to hollow structures and the movement of nutritional products from the GI tract to the deep tissues The Individual Constitution or Prakrti Prakrti While everyone has all three Doshas in their body the amounts differ from person to person The differing proportions of Doshas give rise to the vast diversity in size shape complexion energy levels and health of people as well as the great variety in intelligence emotional responses and adaptability Each person s unique Doshic constitution is known as Prakrti or nature The diversity we see in human beings is due to this Prakrti Prakrti or Doshic balance provides a comprehensive understanding of the being in relation to the world It includes physical structure complexion hair color digestive capacity appetite and stamina It describes mental activity general personality and emotional reactions Prakrti defines one s truest nature the most optimal way of being in life A person s Prakrti is a blend of their parent s Doshic constitution at the time of conception and is determined by the balance of Doshas at the time of birth When life is lived in accord with one s constitution the individual nature is perfectly attuned to that of Mother Nature and the result is ideal health One finds life s purpose and achieves maximum happiness with minimal effort Imbalance in the Constitution or Vikruti Doshic structure often becomes imbalanced by excessive functioning of one s strongest Dosha disturbing the natural optimum relationship of the Doshas This is called Vikruti which means out of nature When the natural balance is disturbed because of the excess of one or more Doshas out of alignment with an individual s Prakrti Ama begins to form which damages the Dhatus and impairs the elimination of the Malas It is often difficult to determine an individual s Prakrti because it may be hidden underneath the imbalances caused by years of poor eating and behavioral choices However it isn t necessary to know the exact Prakrti because it is the Vikruti that needs to be treated When the Doshic aggravation or imbalance is corrected the Prakrti naturally emerges No one has perfect balance of all three Doshas one

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