Asana, Bio-mechanism & Kinesiology Course in Bangalore, India
Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham offers 20 or 40 Hours Yoga training program can be tailor-made to meet specific individual needs: Asana, Bio-mechanism & Kinesiology Course for those who want to expert in studying motion of the body. To understand different movement of human body at minor and major joints levels in related to Asana application. Our experts in this field will help you to learn these techniques and skills. Karuna Yoga faculties will take care of all your concerns regarding this course.
Your interest in learning Asana, Bio-mechanism & Kinesiology will be fully satisfied at this Karuna Yoga School which has fast created a name for itself as a leading Yoga school in Bangalore, India. All the courses at the yoga school are conducted in a safe environment so that the learner can begin personal practice with the greatest freedom and ease.
The staff and faculties at Karuna Yoga will help you to formulate a deep understanding of this ancient discipline that has been practiced for centuries. Besides backward bending and Balancing Asanas or postures, the beginner will be taught Surya Namsakar, Asanas, and Pranayama. Anyone who wishes to develop their Yoga practice further can continue their learning here as Karuna Yoga also offers intermediate and advanced level.
The fee at US$ 4000 for the Asana, Bio-mechanism & Kinesiology of asana course, as it is excluded with accommodation and food. So register yourself into the course by paying US$ 400 which will be accounted for as a non-refundable advance fee. On receipt of your application you will be asked to send in further payment through a PayPal invoice and once the payment is processed you will receive a booking confirmation via e-mail. The booking can be held for you for a period of 12 months in case you are unable to attend the course as per initial booking. On arrival you need to pay the remaining fee. Once fee is paid it is non-refundable.
Asana, Bio-mechanism & Kinesiology
To study motion of the body. To understand different movement of human body at minor and major joints levels.
Types of Joint Movements: Abduction, Adduction, Flexion, Extension, Hyperextension, Rotation, Circumduction, Supination, Pronation, Dorsiflexion, Plantar flexion, Elevation, Depression, Protraction, Retraction, Eversion, Inversion.
Types of Muscular Contractions: Isotonic Contraction (Concentric Contraction, Eccentric Contraction), Isometric Contraction.
Muscles in action: Origin, Insertion, Antagonistic muscle action, Agonist muscle, Antagonist muscle, Core stability.
Muscle fiber types: 1) Slow twitch muscle fiber (type -1) (Aerobic exercise), 2)Fast twitch muscle fiber (type -2)( Anaerobic exercise: Fast oxidative glycolytic fibers, Fast glycolytic fibers).
Location and action of specific muscles.
Body Movements and their Descriptions: Flexion, Extension, Abduction, Adduction, Supination, Pronation, Lateral flexion , Rotation, Medial rotation (internal rotation),Lateral rotation (external rotation), Elevation, Depression, Dorsiflexion, Plantar flexion, Eversion, Inversion, Protraction, Retraction, Circumduction.
Biomechanics and Kinesiology: Proprioception, Golgi tendon organs, Muscle spindles.
Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise.
The Musculoskeletal System: Muscle Composition, How Muscles Contract, Fast and Slow Muscle Fibers, Connective Tissue, Cooperating Muscle Groups, Types of Muscle Contractions, What Happens When You Stretch, Proprioceptors, The Stretch Reflex, Components of the Stretch Reflex, The Lengthening Reaction, Reciprocal Inhibition.
Types of Stretching: 1. Ballistic Stretching, 2. Dynamic Stretching, 3 .Active Stretching, 4. Passive Stretching, 5. Static Stretching, 6. Isometric Stretching, 7. PNF Stretching.
- respective subject teacher or course co-ordinator concerned would be considered as a gross breach of Course discipline.
- A student must inform in advance and should get permission from course coordinator, if they plan to go out for any emergency work.
- The KARUNA YOGA does not make any arrangements for guests of students. Any activity that is not related to the Yoga course is not entertained.
- Make sure you are on time for every Yoga class or you will not be allowed to enter any class once it has commenced.
- Before departure from the KARUNA YOGA students must clear all fee dues and return all library books.
- Smoking and alcohol are not allowed strictly, during the Yoga teacher training course.