Started group yoga
Directions and training program:
– Classical yoga
(Studying the philosophy of yoga, learn various methods, techniques and styles of yoga, goals and objectives, they work, the mechanisms of their effects on the body, the psyche, consciousness.)
– Yogatherapy. (The study of the body, the use of yoga practices for health purposes, principles of construction of individual therapeutic and rehabilitation complexes.)
– Meals and cleaning procedures of yoga.
(Methods effective feeding and cleansing of various body systems.)
– Foundations of interpersonal relations.
(Methods of achieving and maintaining emotional integrity, sincerity and naturalness in dealing with people. Conscious work with energy constraints in interpersonal relationships.)
Meditation techniques. (Psyche, consciousness. Using the experience of different traditions)
– The basis of healing.
Group yoga: for those who want to practice yoga at the age from 20 to 35 years who have sufficient time, intellectual, material and physical resources. I.e. the ability to systematically, without gaps, attend and pay for classes, and to take responsibility for their health and development.
In the approach to learning we focus on the important things like:
1. Serious and deleteldaptree instructors. Reliance on own knowledge and experience.
The instructor is a person who not only imparts knowledge, it teaches people upon the basis of experience, the path that has already passed itself.
2. Constant self-education and professional development. Trip to India to the Motherland of yoga to explore different practices of yoga, Indian traditions, visiting sacred places around the world – for a deeper understanding of yoga practices.
3. Scientific approach and systematic in learning.
Focus and awareness training. The structuring of knowledge and experience, depth of understanding of the studied categories. Empirical verification of knowledge. (Esoteric knowledge it is impossible to “know” it can only be live)
4. Specialty instructors. A more in-depth study of various aspects of yoga and the development of new techniques.
5. Awareness and understanding by pupils the practices they study in the classroom.
6. Individual approach in determining the methods of development of each individual.