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Yoga Lesson Planning. Yoga Vidya Gurukul www.yogapoint.com. Aims of a Yoga Session. Physical & Mental Health Stress relief, achieving peace of mind Spiritual expectations Treating various health conditions Exercise for the body??? Just a fashion or a fad???. Contents of a Yoga Session.

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Yoga Lesson Planning

Yoga Vidya Gurukul

www.yogapoint.com


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Aims of a Yoga Session

  • Physical & Mental Health

  • Stress relief, achieving peace of mind

  • Spiritual expectations

  • Treating various health conditions

  • Exercise for the body???

  • Just a fashion or a fad???


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Contents of a Yoga Session

  • Resolve

  • Asanas – forward, backward, twisting, side bends, balancing, stretching, inversions, relaxing, meditative

  • Pranayama – Heating (dynamic), Cooling/ Relaxing

  • Meditation

  • Relaxation

  • Mantras or Positive Affirmations

  • Warm ups


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Principles of Lesson Planning

  • Sequence the contents

    • Opening (Resolve or prayer or mantras or positive affirmations)

    • Warm ups (Preparatory movements or sun salutations)

    • Asanas

      • Initial focus on core muscle strength

      • Order - Supine, prone, sitting, standing (Exception of Sarvangasana & Halasana)

      • Counter the pose

      • Warm up pose

      • Proper relaxation by shavasana / makarasana

      • Purpose of an Asana – Strength, endurance, stamina, flexibility

      • Practicing the Asana – Breath awareness, physical posture, focus on stressed parts, relaxation


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Timing the contents

  • Prayer / Mantra / Opening / Meditation – 10 -15 %

  • Warm ups – 10 – 15 %

  • Asanas – 50 -60 %

  • Pranayama – 20 – 25 %

  • Relaxation – 10 – 15 %


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