Module 4 will start on Wednesday the 6thof November and finish on Sunday the 10thof November.
Course is running the first day from 10am to 5pm and the other days from 9am to 5 pm with a break of 90 minutes.
On the last day, we will stop at 3 pm with a shorter break of one hour.
For the module, Svastha will issue a certificate, and after 7 modules, the overall certificate will be issued.
The cost for the module is 690 Euro.
For more info check on https://www.svastha.net/programs/svastha-yoga-therapy-training/schedule/
About the location: Gallarate is a very nice place, not a big city, 55,000 inhabitants, very close to Malpensa, the international airport of Milano. Low cost company as Easy Jet fly from Malpensa (10 minutes by car from Gallarate, 15minutes by train). The city is close to Lake Maggiore and to the mountains.
There are a lot of hotels and B&B, so is very easy to find a place to stay. ( see the list attached)
In center of town, where the course will be held, there are a lot of restaurants, pizzerias, supermarkets and shops.
YOGA SHALA – KARMACHAKRA
The yoga shala is in center and 5 minutes walk from the train station that leads to Milano and to the airport.
The address of the Yoga School where the module will be held is:KarmachakraVia Verdi, 4 – Gallarate (VA) you can find it in google.
BOOKING A PLACE
If you want to book your place we are ready.
It will be very nice to have you onboard on this great adventure in knowledge.
Please see the payment details for the direct bank transfer below.
The place is held on the reception of the payment.
The fee includes an handbook that contains the slide of the module
>> amount: 690 EUR (no early birds)
>> recipient: ASD Karmachakra, Via Verdi, 4 – 2013 Gallarate Italy
>> account: IBAN number:IT15L0503450240000000005897
>> stating: Module 4 + YOUR NAME
PRANAYAMA, AYURVEDA, NEUROLOGICAL, IMMUNE, DIGESTIVE, HORMONAL SYSTEMS (M4)
1. Functional organization of the nervous system and presentation of failure.
2.Movement disorders and balance problems, with a focus on ageing and Parkinsonism, and discussion of stroke.
3.Working with inner body awareness and the breath as a pathway to access physiological balance.
a.Creating a deeper connection to the feeling of the breath.
b.Moving awareness with the breath in the body to areas of dysfunction.
c.Moving somatic sensations with the breath to areas of dysfunction in the body.
d.Linking emotional content to breath especially in areas of dysfunction.
4.Overview of the immune system and immune dysfunction.
5.Disorder based considerations where relevant. For example:
c.Auto-immune disorders and hormonal problems (e,g, thyroid issues)
d.Chronic pain, fatigue syndromes
e.Irritable bowel syndrome, digestive problems
6.Pranayama as a therapeutic modality.
a.Yogasutra on pranayama: key concepts and their application
b.Types of pranayama from hatha yoga texts and their application
c.Selecting pranayama based on the individual
d.Selecting pranayama based on ayurveda
e.Guidelines for easy therapeutic pranayama in practice
7.An overview of traditional yoga concepts related to pranayama: nadis, prana, koshas etc.
a.Constitution and its assessment
b.Using the ayurvedic lens to see trajectories and patterns of ill-health
c.Connecting ayurveda to the practices of yoga
9. Diet and lifestyle changes for auto-immune, hormonal, and other metabolic disorders.