Yoga Nidra TTC

Overview

As mentioned in sources of Bihar School of Yoga, Yoga Nidra is one of the practices of ‘Pratyahara’ where the awareness is internalised. It has its origin in the ancient tantric practice called “Nyasa”. When we are in deep sleep, there remains a state of awakeness where our consciousness is not connected to our senses and our receptivity is high. This state stimulates our inherent creativity and promotes the learning and memory abilities of the practitioner. This stage of attaining ‘Sankalpa’ is the principle behind Yoga Nidra.Yoga Nidra is also a method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation.

 

Yoga Nidra Teacher Training (YNTT) is a systematically designed program to ensure a holistic approach of practice, application & teaching principles of Satyananda Yoga Nidra TM. It brings together collective knowledge and experience of teachers from the Bihar School of Yoga lineage.

 

This course trains yoga teachers and other practitioners to guide Yoga Nidra with confidence & safety in class settings, personal sessions, and application across groups of varying needs. It covers the nuances, science & psychology behind Yoga Nidra, while diving deeper into self-practice & Sankalpa.

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Syllabus

Learning

This module introduces students to the 8-stages of Satyananda Yoga NidraTM. It covers all aspects of the practice and other topics under Eastern Anatomy, Yoga Psychology, Western Psychology & more. It also encourages reflection on Sankalpa, learning seated Pratyahara practices & visualisation techniques.

Application

This module is about exploring various themes of 8-stage Yoga Nidra and learning how to teach different groups while addressing their needs. This would help build creativity & empathy to work with practitioners of varying backgrounds.

Teaching

This module is about understanding the principles and methodology behind teaching Yoga Nidra, Counselling, Workshops, Recordings, & more. It also provides hands-on experience of teaching centred around feedback & growth.

Non-contact hours

Non-contact hours includes personal sadhana, observation classes, seva and teaching hours.

How you progress during the course

  • 8 stage Yoga Nidra
  • Seated Pratyahara practices
  • Asana & Pranayama
  • Eastern Anatomy
  • Eastern & Western Psychology
  • Application of YN across different groups
  • Teaching Methodology
  • Workshop Planning
  • Journaling & Introspection
  • Self practice
  • Apprenticeship & Assignments
  • And More…

Certifications  

Yoga Alliance CEP – 70 hours

 

Eligibility

  • 1 year of consistent asana & pranayama practice
  • Regular meditation practice
  • Prior experience of Yoga Nidra

NOTE : Aim is keep the course accessible while maintaining integrity with student readiness. Shobhit will meet each student individually before the course to evaluate need, readiness and next steps.

 

Dates

LoctionCoursesTimingsBatch  DatePrice
IndiranagarYoga Nidra TTC10:00 am – 2:30 pmOctober Rs 50,000/-

 

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