The two styles are two sides of the same coin. Use of both practices should result in a well-rounded student. A teacher should have a good foundation of hatha and vinyasa yoga with the knowledge of when to practice each. Our bodies are constantly evolving due to external as well as internal factors, and we cannot (and should not) have the same practice every single day.
We age continuously, events bring change, and yoga by no means is a one size fits all approach. The proper knowledge of hatha and Vinyasa will help keep a lifelong practice of yoga balanced and fully beneficial. As a teacher and practitioner, I strongly urge you to explore and understand how both styles are equally important to us. We must remind ourselves that all these divisions and sub-categories ofpractice are newer creations of the modern yoga world. Understand the subtleties of both approaches will make you a better student and teacher of yoga.
|06:00 - Wake up time|
|06:30 - Tea break|
|07:00 - Practice (Asanas/ Pranayamas)|
|09:30 - Breakfast|
|11:30 - ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY|
|13:00 - Lunch|
|14:00 - Lecture (traditional texts/philosophy)|
|15:30 - Practice [asanas/ pranayamas]|
|18:00 - Dinner|
|19:30 - Assignments/self-study/group sharing|
|21:30 - Lights off/good night|
|Sundays - Day off [ no classes ]|
This is the time table of a four-week program for your general information, which may change according to the discretion of the course coordination.
Fee for this course is 1600 USD ,include Course Accommodation & food( in any currency – USD, , Euro ..etc).