Do I receive accreditation from some university or Govt.?
No, but on succesful completion of the course, MOVE certificate of participation shall be granted. Actually, it is just an attempt to push you on the path of Yoga, Health and Spirituality. This course will enable you to remain healthy by pursuing certaint eating, living and yogic habits besides principally developing in you a focussed mind on Divinity. We are sure, after this course, you will become a better polished personality even as a noble and humble guide to your family and friends.
Can I get a refund?
We will give a 80% refund on cancellations received before the course commencement date. We will give a 60% refund if with in one third of the course duration you decide not to continue for any reason. (e.g. if you decide to discontinue with in first 2 days of the 7 days course, within 4 days of the 14 days course or within 9 days of the 28 days course). As an alternate, you can request for the adjustment of the fee for some future course.
Do I need to buy a book or any other materials?
No, all materials are included in the course. You will have to purchase yoga dress separately.
How do I pay?
Secure payment can be made at enrolment by cheque or bank transfer.
How long does enrolment take?
Enrolment is made immediately upon full payment.
How MOVE courses are useful?
MOVE courses will be immensely useful to those who want to:
undergo a complete and comprehensive, deeply practical, structured yoga training course with industry leaders,
understand the core vedic concepts of spiritual progress,
improve communication, instructing and adjusting skills in slow-paced teaching stuffed with interactive workshops,
learn how to plan yoga classes and how to modify sessions according to the audience and environment,
learn about individualized teaching, audience analysis and many other useful aspects of teaching yoga,
practice some fine yoga in a fine ashram with fine teachers and a bunch of wonderful people,
develop their life on spiritual path by having a gist of Vedas, Upanishadas, Gita and all Indian philosophies. In the company of spirituality seekers, the participants will certainly get a megnatic effect.
What is Yoga and Spirituality?
Yoga is an elegant composition of the whole spectrum of techniques like — shatkarma, asana, pranayama and meditation.
shatkarma — purifies the body, preparing it for further practice;
asana — strengthens the body and makes it flexible, creating a connection between mind and body, preparing the body to the transcendental experience, in which it is only possible to reach a state of “deep yoga”;
pranayama — being “thread” between the body and the psyche, the mind, transforms the effect of the asana, transferring it to a deeper level of understanding and feeling, leading feelings and perceptions to introspection and concentration; and finally —
meditation — consolidating aspect of the entire practice of yoga that (1) un-clutters your mind freeing up the headspace for pure perception and (2) leads — through cognitive concentration and mental dissolution — to a harmonious state of unconditional perception of the external world and one’s personality which is the ultimate purpose of yoga practice.
Thus, the practical curriculum of this course stands on four pillars: shatkarma, asana, pranayama, and meditation. For each of these areas there will be workshops and practical classes in the volume sufficient to develop foundation for highly effective personal practice.
Thereafter starts the knowledge of spiritual scriptures. Vedas, Upanishadas, Gita and Indian Philosophies form the foundation of our Yoga Courses with a full blend of spirituality.
These practices with Vedic knowledge are essential both for personal yogic and spiritual life and for the effectiveness of teaching yoga and preaching spirituality to others.
It is worthwhile to mention here that we do not belong to any particular yoga tradition. For us, yoga is a unified, indivisible system for a complete healthy life i.e. physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being. We have added nothing in the knowledge part nor in the yogic practices but we have certainly endeavoured to attach the support of scientific principles to these concepts and conventions.