Understand how prana (life force), tejas (internal fire), and ojas (deep vitality) can be cultivated to regulate and support agni (digestive fire) for optimal health.
In this online course, you will learn…
- Basics of marmani (marma points) – definition, nature and location
- Knowledge of the energetic map of the body – doshas (constitution), gunas (psychological tendency), vayus (movement of prana) and koshas (sheaths).
- Six steps in an asana practice.
- Study of 3 seated, supine, prone and standing asana with respect to marmani and prana flow.
- How to adapt asana to balance the agni, circulate prana for efficient energy management by engaging the marma points.
- Learn how to address vikruti (imbalances) through asana.
30 Hours of Non-Contact CEU Hours – Lecture and Asana
|Module 1||Day 1|
|Unit 1||Day 1 Morning Practice|
|Unit 2||Day 1 Morning Practice Q&A|
|Unit 3||Day 1 Discussion: Marmani & Asana|
|Unit 4||Day 1 Afternoon Practice|
|Unit 5||Day 1 Afternoon Practice Q&A, Sankhya & Ahamkara|
|Unit 6||Day 1 Continued Discussion|
|Unit 7||Day 1 Evening Practice|
|Module 2||Day 2|
|Unit 1||Day 2 Morning Practice|
|Unit 2||Day 2 Morning Practice Q&A|
|Unit 3||Day 2 Discussion: Asana & Marmani|
|Unit 4||Day 2 Afternoon Practice|
|Unit 5||Day 2 Afternoon Practice Q&A, Continuation on Stages of Asana & 5 Pranas|
|Unit 6||Day 2 Sharing & Discussion|
|Unit 7||Day 2 108 Marmani|
|Module 3||Day 3|
|Unit 1||Day 3 Morning Practice|
|Unit 2||Day 3 Morning Practice Q&A|
|Unit 3||Day 3 Continuation: 108 Marmani|
|Unit 4||Day 3 Afternoon Practice|
|Unit 5||Day 3 Continuation|
|Unit 6||Day 3 Closing Circle|
|Module 4||Training Notes|
|Unit 1||Mantra for Invocation|
|Unit 2||Types of Marma|
|Unit 3||Yantra of Marmani|
|Unit 4||Sankhya Darsana & Marmani|
|Unit 5||Journey of Prana|
|Unit 6||Pairs of Opposites|
|Unit 7||6 Stages of Asana|
|Unit 8||1 Breath, 5 Pranas|
|Unit 9||List of Marmani|
|Unit 10||Anterior Marmani Chart|
|Unit 11||Posterior Marmani Chart|
|Unit 12||18 Point Marma Dharana|
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Indu Arora, Ayurveda and Yoga Therapist, considers herself a student for lifetime. She has been sharing about Yoga philosophy, Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda since 1999. She is inspired by and taught under Kriya Yoga, Himalayan Yoga, Kashmir Shivaism and Sivananda Yoga lineages. She has studied both Yoga and Ayurveda in a traditional Guru paramapara style.
Her teaching style is rooted in empowering and inspiring students to awaken the inner Guru. Her core philosophy is “Nothing has the greatest power to heal, but the Self!”
Authored: Mudra: The Sacred Secret
Yoga – Ancient Heritage, Tomorrow’s Vision (known as The Little Red Book on Yoga)