Pranayama Teacher Training Level 2
This course covers every aspect of practicing and teaching pranayama via one to one tutorials, group modules, and live classes. The course is accredited with Yoga Alliance International
The course encourages students to develop and progress individually ensuring everyone is working towards their potential. Pranayama Krama means the course is structured in a progressive way leading towards more advanced practices. This ensures safe and effective results.
“I have to thank you so much Martin for accommodating me, I am truly very grateful for all the hard work dedication and commitment you put into all of us. I will endeavour to do you proud. I am proud to be your student” Karen.
THE SCIENCE OF PRANAYAMA
We are happy to say we believe our courses go beyond with methodically researched and presented content.
“Applying Jalandhara bandha in kumbhaka exerts pressure to baroreceptors in the carotid sinus. The carotid sinus baroreceptor plays a vital role in the control of blood pressure and heart rate.
Afferent signals travel from carotid baroreceptors to the cardiovascular control centre in midbrain via the glossopharyngeal nerve. The effect stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, while inhibiting the sympathetic nervous system.” Martin Thompson
Noradrenaline is released when we are challenged, curious, exercised, focused or emotionally aroused. When produced at the right levels it helps the brain grow new connections. The study suggests the way we breathe directly affects the chemistry of our brains in a way that can enhance our attention and improve our brain health.
Research shows for the first time that breathing practices directly affects the levels of a natural chemical messenger in the brain called noradrenaline.
THE SCIENCE OF YOGA
- Netra Kumbhaka
- Trinetra Kumbhaka
- Surya Bheda
- Chandra Bheda
- Viloma Pranayama
- Prana Dhyana
- Bhramari Breath
- Patanjalis 5 mind states
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
- The Lymphatic System
- Co2 Tolerence
- Nitric Oxide
- Pranayama & COPD
- Reticular Activating System
- The Autonomic nervous system
- The Peripheral nervous system
- Cerebral vasodilation
- The Insular cortex
I would recommend anyone who is looking at training in pranayama to train with Yoga Dharma as the teaching is of an exceptionally high standard. We were encouraged to participate in discussions with other students and all our comments and thoughts were welcomed.
This course builds on the previous one taking your knowledge and skills to a new level. Your knowledge of anatomy and physiology will enable you to be a leading expert in Pranayama. For example this course includes the latest studies on for example Nitric Oxide and The Reticular Activating System.
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