If you are looking to become a kundalini yoga teacher or want to deepen your kundalini yoga knowledge and practice, in that case, you will need to complete a 200 hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher’s Training Course. Adwait Yoga School’s 200 hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Course is accredited by the Yoga Alliance. This organization represents the best yoga teachers around the world. Once you have completed the course, you can begin your career as a yoga teacher by joining an organization or opening your school.
Adwait Yoga School’s 200 hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Course program is based on the ancient science of Kundalini Yoga. The curriculum includes kundalini-centered asanas, pranayamas, mudras, meditations, bandhas, kriyas, flow movements, and the core science of the practice. Graduates of the program receive certification and can teach Kundalini Yoga classes. The course consists of five modules and is divided into two levels. The first level of training is the Foundations, which provides a comprehensive grounding in the core elements of Kundalini Yoga.
The foundation of a yoga program includes asanas and the different poses or positions used during the practice. These poses are critical to the discipline of yoga and physical fitness. Various forms of yoga use different sequences to perform the asanas. Some require static poses, while others require a seamless flow from one pose to another. Students of this type of teacher training will gain a deeper understanding of the chakras and the subtle energies of the body.
The training program is self-paced and includes a rich manual book and videos for the course topics. Graduates also receive lifetime free professional guidance and access to the global community of yoga professionals and practitioners.
The training is taught by an ordained Yogi Guru, Sri Yogi Anand Ji, who has been teaching since 1997. In addition to anatomy, alignment, and breathing exercises, students learn Kundalini’s yoga philosophy. In addition, the teacher will learn the science of kriya. Lastly, there are esoteric topics like energy awakening, energy enhancement, cosmology, and metaphysiology of the practice.
The course is residential and non-residential and will teach you traditional Kundalini Yoga. 200-hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Couse will focus on the Kundalini, the subtle energy center at the center of all energy, and how to work with it to open the chakras. During this training, you will learn how to help your students activate and balance their chakras and help them experience a deep, healing practice. You will learn all of the basic postures and the theory behind yoga. The course will also introduce you to different types of yoga, including hatha yoga, yin yoga, pranayama, and kundalini tantra. You will also learn about various yoga traditions, theories, and origins. During this course, you will also learn how to develop a deep sense of self, which is essential for any yoga teacher.
You will also learn about the various techniques of kundalini yoga, including asana, pranayama, mudra, chanting, meditation, and breathing. These techniques will help you create an awareness of the chakra system and enhance your physical, mental, and spiritual health. You will learn more about the various aspects of yoga through this training course and be well equipped to teach others.
Established Since 2007
Established Since 2007
Adwait Yoga School is an Authentic Yoga Meditation School of India, founded by a Himalayan Yogi – Sri Yogi Anand Ji. Our School provides authentic kundalini yoga training based on the ancient text books and the modern scientific researches.
We provide our teacher training courses by well experienced trainers, led by our Guru Ji Sri Yogi Anand Ji.
We provide lifetime free professional guidance on the journey.
We provide 3 options to join our training classes, offline, online and hybrid.
You will gain an access to our global community of yogis and yoginis.
KUNDALINI YOGA OVERVIEW
– Objective– A Universal Event– Proceeding Systematically
KEYS OF KUNDALINI YOGA
– Yoga Aahar (Yogic Diet)– Yoga Asanas (Yoga Postures)– Pranayama (Yogic Breathing)– Bandha (Muscular Locks)– Mudra (Gestures)– Shatkarma Kriyas (6 purificatory acts)– Mantra– Dhyana (Meditation)– Shithilikran (Relaxation)
KUNDALINI ASTHI GRANTHI KRIYA (Joint Movements)
– Warm-Up Exercises– Feet and ankle exercises– Knee Movements– Hip movement and rotation– Leg cradle– Side bending– Arms movement– Arm swing– Elbow movement– Wrist and hand movement– Neck exercises– Chin, jaw, mouth, tongue, eye and head exercises
SURYA NAMASKAR (SUN SALUTATION)
KUNDALINI YOGA ASANAS1. Prarthanasana (Prayer Pose)2. Tadasana (Palm Tree pose)3. Tiryak Tadasana (Bending palm tree pose)4. Katichakrasana (Waist twisting pose)5. Hastauttanasana (Hands raise pose)6. Padahastasana (Hand to feet)7. Virbhadrasana I (Warrior Pose I)8. Virabhadrasana II (Warrior II)9. Virabhadrasana III (Warrior III )10. Trikonasana (Triangle pose)11. Parivritta Trikonasana (Revolved triangle pose)12. Utkatasana (Chair pose)13. Natarajasana (King dancer pose)14. Parivritta Utkatasana (Revolved chair pose)15. Vrikshasana (Tree pose)16. Garudasana (The Eagle pose)17. Lasyasana (Parvati or Backbend pose)18. Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide spread legs pose)19. Utkatasana Konasana (Goddess pose)20. Skandasana (The god of war or Side lunge pose)21. Anjaneyasana (Crescent moon pose)22. Marjari Asana (Cat/cow pose)23. Vyaghrasana (Tiger pose)24. Parivritta Janu Shirsasana (Revolved head to knee pose)25. Janu Sirshasana (head to knee pose)26. Paschimottanasana (Head to knee pose)27. Purvottanasana (Upward Plank Pose)28. Ardha Matsyendrasana (The Lord of the Fishes pose)29. Gomukhasana (Cow face pose)30. Vajrasana (Thunderbolt pose)31. Mandukasana (Frog pose)32. Supta Vajrasana (Reclining Thundrebolt pose)33. Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)34. Shashankasana (Hare/Rabbit pose)35. Gatyatmaka Bhujangasana (Striking cobra pose)36. Ardha Shalabhasana (Half Locust pose)37. Shalabhasana (Locust pose)38. Dhanurasana (Bow pose)39. Arddha Ushtrasana (Half Camel Pose)40. Ushtrasana (Camel pose)41. Naukasana (Boat pose)42. Shavasana (Corpose pose)43. Pawanamuktasana (Wind releasing pose)44. Paschimottanasana (The back stretching pose)45. Gatyatmak Paschimottanasana (dynamic back stretch pose)46. Janushirshasana (Head to knee pose)47. Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand Pose)48. Matsyasana (Fish Posture)49. Mayurasana (Peacock Pose)50. Baka Asana (crane pose)51. Balasana (Child’s pose)52. Shirshasana (Head stand)
KUNDALINI RITUALSCorrect SittingCorrect BreathingCorrect Meditation
CLEANSING EXERCISES: SHATKARMA KRIYA
YOGA NIDRA– Introduction– Techniques and Practice– Short Class Transcription– Long Class Transcription
KRIYA YOGA PRACTICES FOR KUNDALINI AWAKENING
– Rules and Preparation– Postures– Chakra Sadhana– Practices to awaken Mooladhara Chakra– Practices to awaken Swadhisthan Chakra– Practices to awaken Manipura Chakra– Practices to awaken Anahata Chakra– Practices to awaken Vishuddhi Chakra– Practices to awaken Ajna Chakra– Practices to awaken Sahasrara Chakra
TANTRA PRANA KRIYA (Tantrik Breathing Practices)
BANDHAS (KUNDALINI ENERGY LOCK)
KUNDALINI TANTRA MUDRA1. Nasagra / Nasikagra Mudra (nose tip position)2. Jnana Mudra (Psychic gesture of knowledge)3. Chin Mudra (Psychic gesture of consciousness)4. Surya Mudra5. Pranav Mudra6. Aadi Mudra (Primal or first attitude)7. Bhairava / Bhairavi Mudra (Fierce or Terrifying Attitude)8. Khechari Mudra (Tongue Lock)9. Ashwini Mudra (horse gesture)
KUNDALINI ANATOMY– Nadis / Energy Channel– Breath and the three main Nadis– Kundalini Caduceus– Chakras– Nervous System– Cardiovascular/Circulatory System– Digestive System– Endocrine System– Respiratory System– Vitality & Yoga
KUNDALINI TANTRA PHILOSOPHY– Introduction to Kundalini Yoga– Definition of the Chakra– Understanding the Chakra– Muladhara Chakra – (Root Chakra)– Swadhisthana: Second Chakra– Manipura: Third Or Solar Plexus Chakra– Anahata: Fourth Or Heart Chakra– Vishuddhi: Fifth Or Throat Chakra– Ajna: Sixth Chakra or Third Eye Chakra– Sahasrara: Seventh Or Crown Chakra– The Muladhara Personality– The Svadhisthana Personality– The Manipura Personality– The Anahata Personality– The Vishuddha Personality– The Ajna Personality– The Sahasrara Personality– Kundalini Awakening Process– Shaktipat
FAMILIARITY WITH YOGA KUNDALINI UPANISHAD
PHILOSOPHY INTO PRACTICE
AYURVEDA – Allied Practice of Kundalini Yoga
YOGA ETHICS1. Yamas2. NiyamasYoga Alliance Ethical Commitments
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTEthical Commitment
We have 3 types of Course Fee Plans to choose. You can choose any of them that suits you best.
Sri Yogi Anand Ji is the Lead Trainer of this course. He is the founder of Adwait Yoga School, and has been teaching Yoga, Meditation, Spiritual Awakening since 1997.
Founder: Adwait Yoga School
If you are ready to learn and expand your knowledge of Kundalini Yoga, join our this course.