The Yoga-sutras of Sage Patanjali prescribe certain moral standards, also known as yogic virtues for all levels; beginners, intermediate, advance and to the most advance levels of yogis. These virtues are as an integral part of a yogic life and acceptable by any all human beings. The Sanskrit terms for two main categories of the moral standards are yamas, the codes of self regulation and niyamas, the restraints and disciplines. These two are encoded as first two limbs of ashtanga-yoga, the eightfold path of the Yoga-sutras.
Why Yoga Teacher Training Course?
Yoga is the most effective tool which can bring harmony in this world. Because no matter, who you are, what your family back ground is, which country or religion you belong to, what complexion or age you have; in the framework of yogic science and its practices they all are false identifications. In order to educate people in such beautiful art and science we need to prepare yoga trainers who excel in both; learning and teaching. To fulfil that purpose we need short time yoga trainings courses.
Today, we see there are many students come to India seeking the physical stillness and steadiness of the mind through yogic learning and its practices. Majority of them begin their Yoga journey by applying for the Yoga Teacher Trainings, such as 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course, 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course & 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course, and Yoga Retreats and other Yoga Courses, such as 7 days Yoga & Meditation Retreats in Rishikesh, India etc. After they finish their training and when they go back home, they find it difficult to do and progress in their practices due to an absence of a yoga guide, teacher, master. We recommend some personal suggestions for such practitioners of yoga to progress and stay on the path.