Vinyasa yoga is a yogic study based on the flow. Under the guidance of Yogi Somdutta, the students will gain a deeper understanding of the knowledge and techniques of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga style.
We follow Mysore style of traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa.
The course AVA0201 is designed for both beginner and advanced level yoga students. The first two weeks of the course cover the basic of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga training and the remaining two weeks will cover the advanced postures.
Although the prior experience of Vinyasa yoga practice is not mandatory, the students are encouraged to let the instructor know about their level of experience so that the instructor can tailor the teaching accordingly.
The 48 hours of the course are dedicated to AVA0201. Classes will run every day from Monday to Saturday and each class will be of 1 hour and 45 minutes duration. At the end of the course, students will be given chance to teach the class, this will help them to have hands-on practice of teaching in a class setting.
|Ashtanga Vinyasa and Alignment (AVA0201)||Theory + Practical||Monday – Saturday||1 hour 45 minutes||07 A.M. – 08:45 A.M.|
Towards the end of the course, the students are expected to give a theoretical as wells practical exam to qualify for the course.
To qualify for the course, the students must keep a minimum of 90% attendance in the class.
|Introduction to Ashtanga Vinyasa||4 Hours||Theory + Practical||Yoga Mala by K. Pattabhi Jois||Somdutt|
|Ashtanga Vinyasa beginner||20 hours||Practical||Yoga Mala by K. Pattabhi Jois||Somdutt|
|Ashtanga Vinyasa advanced||24 hours||Practical||Yoga Mala by K. Pattabhi Jois||Somdutt|
|Week||Topics covered||Difficulty Level|
|Week 1||Introduction of Ashtanga
Sun Salutation -A
Sun Salutation -B
Side angle – twist side angle
prararita ABSD – Parsvettan
uthita Hasta-Veer bhatra 2nd
|Week 2||Pandeyna – Purvottan
Ardha badh- Janu B
Janu c – marichyn B
Pida – supta kurma
|Week 3||Garva pid – Badha kena ABC + Intro of Antanga
Upvista A – Supta
Supta Hasta – ubhaya pada
Urdhe mukha – urdhna dhany
Finishing first 7 pose
|Week 4||Last – 4 pose of finishing
All series practice
Student teaching + practice