100 Hour Meditation and Bhagavad-Gita TTC
All people are searching for happiness. We could even argue that all actions are centered around one aim, for us to experience happiness at all times, and in all places. Paradoxically, this search for happiness often ends up in pain, sorrow and misery. The Bhagavad-Gita provides us with a solution to this age-old human pursuit. In order to assimilate the message of the Gita, we must first establish a meditative state of mind.
Over the duration of this course you’ll begin to look deeply into the profound messages of the Gita, as well as dealing with the dynamics of meditation. This unique combination of studies will have a hugely transformative effect on your state of mind, and you may even leave the course with an entirely new outlook on life.
Who can join?
This course is open to all. We encourage those who are ready and willing to adopt a healthy lifestyle, and dedicate much of their time to the practice of meditation. No previous pranayama/meditation experience is required. We only ask that you come with an open mind and a desire to learn!
The content of the 100 hour program is as follows:
- An in depth look at what meditation is
- Physical and mental preparations for meditation.
- Different meditations based on
- The Bhagavad-Gita
- The Yoga Sutras
- Core teachings of the Bhagavad-Gita and it’s relevance in present society.
- Jnana yoga – Yoga of Knowledge
- Bhakti yoga – Yoga of Devotion
- Karma yoga- Yoga of Action
- The qualities of a realized saint.
Here you can find a sample schedule to give you an idea of how you’ll be spending your time here at Shree Hari Yoga. You will be involved in your studies and practice from 06:30am to 17:30pm, Monday to Friday. Saturday is a half day of classes and Sunday is a day of rest for students and teachers.
|06:30am – 07:30am||Meditation/Pranayama|
|07:30am – 09:00am||Morning asana practice (Hatha yoga/Vinyasa yoga)|
|09:00am – 10:00am||Breakfast|
|10:00am – 12:00pm||Theory classes (mantra/anatomy/philosophy)|
|12:00pm – 13:00pm||Lunch|
|13:00pm – 14:00pm||Self study|
|14:00pm – 16:00pm||Theory classes (mantra/anatomy/philosophy)|
|16:00pm – 17:30pm||Afternoon asana practice (Ashtanga primary series)|
|17:30pm – 19:00pm||Free time (occasional optional activities like workshops/movies)|
|19:00pm – 20:00pm||Dinner|
*Please note that this is only a sample schedule and timings are subject to change
Accommodation and Food
We know that your teacher training can be an intense time, so we aim to make sure your stay with us is as comfortable and carefree as possible. Rooms are clean, cozy and safe with all the basic amenities. You can choose to share a room with one other person, or take a room for yourself.
We provide you with 3 tasty, wholesome and balanced vegetarian meals a day. Lots of yoga requires lots of sustenance, so we strongly encourage you to enjoy all of our delicious curries, salads and soups, alongside plenty of fresh fruits, juices and hot drinks.
For more information please feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to assist you!
For more information on what’s included in the price of your course, please go to course packages.Contact Us