Online 10 Hours – Yoga, Anatomy & Physiology Certificate Course
Are you are yoga professional or a curious practitioner and wish to deepen your yoga knowledge and techniques? Then a continuing education course may be something for you! You will learn selected specialized yoga topics that will allow you to expand your horizons when it comes to your personal practice or that of your students. With the knowledge you will acquire, you will gain a deeper understanding of the Yoga, Anatomy & Physiology Certificate Course and develop a more complete insight into yoga.
Yoga, Anatomy & Physiology Certificate Course
The certificate courses in yoga, anatomy and physiology will not only make you an expert, but will also introduce you to some yoga treatment methods that will enable you to take yoga teaching to a new level. In the course, you will learn about all the “yoga” muscles, their positions and the degree of participation in yoga asanas, as well as the contractions and stretches that occur during asana exercises. You will be able to better comprehend the role and movements of bones and joints that are utilised in yoga asana practice.
Understanding the basic functions of body organs, spinal cord, knee joints, and arches will enable you to consider all safety aspects of asanas, such as balance and handstands. As you learn more about muscle imbalances and safety regulations, you will be able to improve alignment and prevent injuries.
After successfully completing the yoga, anatomy and physiology certificate courses, you will receive a certificate. You will be able to carry out yoga classes with more confidence because you will have the ability to modify asanas to meet personal needs, diseases and correct alignment yoga students’ postures. This course will enable you to understand which muscles are stiff and can help students perform stretching exercises to release them. Using the knowledge learned from the anatomy course in the classroom will also develop your yoga teaching.
What is Yoga Anatomy?
What is Yoga Physiology?
Important aspects of yoga anatomy and physiology
Anatomy education for yoga teacher
Importance of understanding and studying anatomy in yoga teacher training course
What you will learn from this course?
Now is a great opportunity for you to acquire an online yoga teacher certification from the Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham. The course includes pre-recorded and lives yoga sessions on each topic of each subject with clear explanations and demonstrations from the teachers, and they work even with low connection. It’s completely a real learning experience from the Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham to yourself. Join them today and be certified as a yoga teacher just from the comfort of your home!
Students who complete their training before 31 December 2023 are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
How the Training Works
There will be 05 non-contact hours of pre-recorded and 10 contact hours of live sessions via Zoom,
3 live classes every week, along with Q&A sessions.
Please install Zoom to attend the live sessions. You will also need a yoga mat, computer/tablet or smartphone, internet connection, pen, and notebook. Props are also recommended but not mandatory to have. All levels are welcome.
Timing of sessions or daily schedule (IST/GMT+5:30)
The timing for the live classes we will be try to adjust according to your time, from Monday to Sunday around 5:00am -11:00 p.m. There might be a little time adjustment from month to month. All times are based on IST/GMT+5:30.
Worldwide Accredited Certification
Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham teacher training certificate course is accredited by Yoga Alliance USA.
Why choose Karuna yoga Vidya Peetham?
Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham is an international yoga teacher training school, in India and we provide internationally accredited professional yoga courses and training while maintaining the authenticity of the ancient teachings.
What you can expect from us?
2.1. Gaseous Exchange
2.2. Respiratory System
2. 6. Pulmonary Ventilation
2.7. Respiration mechanism
2.8. Lung Volume
a) Total air volume
b) Tidal volume
c) Vital capacity
3.3. Functions of Muscles
iii. Producing Heat & Temperature Regulation
3.4. Skeletal muscle structure
3.5. Properties of skeletal muscle
4.2. Functions of the Skeletal System?
4.3. The main bones of the human skeleton
4.4. Classification of Bones according to shape
4. 5. Bone structure and formation
4.6. Human Skeleton Bones
a) axial skeleton
b) appendicular skeleton
4.7. Skeleton Joints
4.8. Synovial joints classifications
4.9. Movements occurring at joints
5.1. Elements Of linkage between the vertebrae
5.2. Discs and ligaments
5.3. Weight Bearing Activities
5.4. Push & Counter push
5.5. Types Of spinal movement
5.6. Axial Rotation
5.7. Flexion and extension
5.8. Forward and Backward-Bending Poses
5.9. Lateral and twisting movements
5.10. Axial extension
5.11. Intrinsic equilibrium, Spine, rib cage, and pelvis
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