Modules

Anahata Yoga’s Module Programme

Busy Hong Kong professionals now have the option of undergoing yoga teacher training at their own pace and in their own schedule. Available for the first time in Hong Kong, Anahata Yoga now applies a modular system to all its yoga teacher training programme. This will allow yoga practitioners with busy schedules to enroll only in one (or more) of the series of classes of their choice – without having to enroll in the teacher training in one go. Students will receive a participation certificate after completing a module. Those who have completed the total number of modules within a two-year period and have successfully completed the practical assessment and assignment may then obtain the 300 Hours Yoga Therapy Teacher Training Certificate, which signifies their completion of the entire course.


Yoga Therapy Intro Module

This module introduces students to the Yoga Therapy and Ayurvedic science and its history and philosophy, through an elaborate study of Anatomy and Physiology, Energy Channels, Energy Centres, Natural Therapies and various Ayurvedic diet principles.

In addition, the module also covers the Ayurvedic Diets; methods in diagnosing symptoms of common ailments and their classification by analyzing the Dosha.


Yoga Therapy Practice Module

This module covers the application of yogic practices for various conditions of the neck, shoulders, upper back, lower back, hips, hamstrings, knee and ankles.  In addition, the modules also cover some psychological disorders such as stress, anxiety, insomnia etc.


Yoga Therapy Teaching Module

This module covers the preparation, teaching methodologies, sequencing methods and how various yoga and Ayurvedic practices are applied in a holistic approach. In addition, this module also covers the details in offering yoga as a rehabilitative therapy.


Please note

Yoga therapy and Ayurveda are two great sister sciences that demand decades of study, practice and research to fully understand and apply as holistic therapy. This training serves only as an introductory learning and foundational course for those interested in learning about the healing benefits of these two, great, Indian sciences.