We are a traditional Yoga School in Kerala, India for serious spiritual seekers, guided by Swami Santhiprasad, our spiritual leader and inspiring Yoga Master and Yoga Guru with over 50 years of yoga teacher training for children in studying, practicing and teaching Yoga. School of Santhi Yoga Teacher Training School in India follow the guidelines and recommended Yoga standards of Yoga Alliance and International Yoga Federation in all Yoga Teacher Training programs. A 1976 with Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2010 onwards all students studying Yoga in India have to arrive with a valid Student Visa.
To qualify for a Student Visa you have to be accepted as student at an institution authorized by the Indian Government. School need to fullfill the demands from the Indian Government. This is a guarantee and quality assurance for the Yoga student, as it shows the Yoga Teacher Training institution are trustworthy with professional Yoga Teachers what ever level you sign up for. When you apply for a Student Visa all Indian Embassies around the globe will demand a letter of admission from an authorized Yoga School. School of Santhi strictly follow the recommended standards and guidelines of International Yoga Federation and Yoga Alliance in our Yoga Teachers Training Program. Yoga Alliance US at level TTC 200 and TTC 500.
Science of Yoga, Prana, Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. All students who, after examination, successfully complete the program will be certified. SAMKHYA YOGA, Raja Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, KUNDALINI YOGA, Swara Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga and Swami Santhiprasad’s own experience. Shat Karmas, Pranayama, Yoga Asanas, withdrawal of senses, the different functions of the mind, psychical activities, psychical energy centres, its functions and healing, meditation, concentratration, etc. There will be sessions for imparting practical training in teaching Yoga. Yoga Asana practises alone to enable the students to teach Yoga Asanas.
Besides the program include Pranayama, Kriyas, Chanting and Meditation. Pranayama practices to establish control over the vital force, which in turn will enable them to reduce the activities of the mind. When activities of the mind are reduced, the mind will be in a state of concentration. Concentration will in turn results in Meditation. Kundalini Yoga by rebalancing and energizing the chakras will be studied in detail.