Yoga, Pranayama, Moral science from scriptures.
Yoga and moral science
Note: 0/5 (0 notes) 100 students
Instructor(s): Selvaraj J
Last update: 2022-07-28
What you’ll learn
- Understand the definition what yoga is and not what yoga is not.
- Acquiring the ability to do the basic asanas without much difficulty.
- Acquiring the ability to do pranayama properly
- Awareness about the importance of moral, ethical life, with devotion to God and learning a process to pursue the same.
- Sincerity to learn and apply what you learnt
This course is about Yogasanas, Pranayama and moral science.
In Yoga, we teach the basic philosophy of Yoga (Yama, Niyama, etc upto eight steps ending with samathi), then we will move on to Pranayama, etc.
The typical topics are as follows:
Introduction to Yoga: Definition, steps of ashtanga yoga, history of yoga,
Asanas such as Baddhakonasana, Trikonasana and Bharadvajasana, Utkatasana,Virabhadrasana, Parvatasana, Simhasana, Parighasana, Marichyasana, Natarajasana, Parsvakonasana, Utthita Parsvakonasana, etc.
Pranayamas include: Nadisuddhi pranayama, Bhastrika, and Kapalabhati.
Here, we teach various important qualities (morals or values) that we should cultivate. Example: Honesty (truthfulness), Humility, compassion, Simplicity, Gratitude.
For this, many stories from scriptures such as Ramayana, Mahabharata, Srimad Bhagavatam will be considered.
• To sensitize the students on the importance of personal character for a successful life.
• To enlighten them upon the right source of knowledge for this field of education.
• To clarify some of the good character traits.
• To understand historical incidents (from religious literature and modern history) that act as case studies and carry the role models of good and bad character so that the students are inspired to imbibe the good character traits.
• To train students to develop and maintain harmonious relationships among various members of the society.
• To help students to evolve into citizens of consistent noble character so that they experience undisturbed tranquility in all circumstances of life – one of the hallmarks of good education.
Who this course is for
- Those who are serious about a healthy body healthy mind and healthy soul and to reach the purpose of life.
- Basic warm up exercises
- What is warm up, its importance, some simple exercises
- Seated asanas
- Basic seated asanas
- Standing asanas
- Basic standing asanas – demo and practice
- Prone asanas
- Basic prone asanas – demo and practice
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