TTC Integrated Restorative Yoga 300hrs (Formerly known as TTC Hatha Yoga Therapy)

Introduction :

InteRyoga is a scientific integration of Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga aimed at Restoring the physical , mental and spiritual health of the practitioner. 
It has been developed after extensive, in-depth study anointed with experiential knowledge . During TTC InteRyoga , the students get ample opportunity to practise , experience and imbibe the important techniques of Bahiranga (external) yoga and Antaranga (internal) yoga 
The ancient yogic techniques are judiciously incorporated in the module of InteRyoga so as to work with utmost precision upon four of the Five sheaths (Pancakosha - annamaya Kosha, pranamaya Kosha, manomaya Kosha, vigyanamaya Kosha, anandamaya Kosha) and the three bodies viz. Sthoola sarira (gross body) , Sukshma sarira  (subtle body) and Karana sarira (causal body).
InteRyoga's TTC module also introduces the students to the Fundamentals of Ayurveda viz.Principle of Tridosha ;   Concept of Prakriti ;  Basic cause of Lifestyle disorders ; Traya upastambha ; Ahaar vidhi (dietetics).
The holistic programme  is optimally spread over the necessary time span so that it's intense and deep content is gentle enough to be easily comprehended by the beginners also.
The aim of InteRyoga is to help the sincere aspirants practise diligently the Yama , Niyama , Shatkarma , Yogasana , Pranayama , Pratyahara and Dharana . The students are implored to maintain an activity logbook and  experience directly the effects of Eight limbs of Raja Yoga on their Health in totality . This ensures the students to appreciate the importance of diet and yogic lifestyle .
The participants are expected to stay in the Ashram during the entire duration of the course , observing and adhering to the code of conduct as specified , so as to benefit the maximum from this course . 
In addition to the effective management of chronic disorders , the InteRyoga module plays a profound role in prevention of lifestyle diseases and promotion of positive health. One of the main objectives of TTC InteRyoga is to  propagate the 'Divine Art and Knowledge of Self Healing' , inspiring  participants to learn the esoteric techniques of  Yoga (substantiated with scientific explanation and corroboration by  Medical doctors) , so as to  understand , harmonise and crystallise the energies within ; improve  Interpersonal relationships ; add to the happiness quotient ; effectively Restore health in totality ; experience life in abundance and live in harmony with existence .
Disclaimer :This course is Not a substitute for medical attention or treatment. Nor does the course intend to train students as doctors or Therapists. It is certainly not a miracle Therapy or a cure for terminal illnesses.

Yogic Management of Disorders of

  • Musculo-Skeletal System
  • Digestive System
  • Respiratory System
  • Cardio - Vascular System
  • Immune System
  • Endocrine System
  • Nervous System
  • Lifestyle diseases


  • Shatkarmas

        Jal Neti
        Sutra Neti
        Shankh Prakshalana
  • Asanas

  Basic Asanas (standing, sitting, lying down, balancing, inverted asanas),     Complementary asanas, Counter poses.
    Advance asanas : (Sivananda , Satyananda & Iyengar style)   
    Artistic Yoga   
    Power Yoga   
    Use of props   
    Specialized back bending, hip & shoulder opening sessions.
    Sun Salutation (basic & advance)
    Therapeutic application
  • Pranayama

    Yogic Breathing
    Nadi Shodhan
    Surya Bhedan
    Chandra Bhedan
  • Diet Therapy

  • Pratyahara

    Yoga Nidra (Level 1)
  • Mantra Yoga

  • Bhakti Yoga

  • Yoga Philosophy

    Hatha Yoga Pradeepika (Chapter 1 & 2)
    Patanjali Yoga Sutra (Chapter 1 & 2)
  • Applied Anatomy & Phisiology of Hatha Yoga

    Musculo-Skeletal System
    Digestive System
    Respiratory System
    Cardio - Vascular System
    Immune System
    Endocrine System
    Nervous System
  • Principles of Yoga Therapy

    Fundamentals of Ayurveda
    Doctrine of Tridosha
    Fundamental cause of disease
    Essentials of Yogic Management of Chronic diseases
  • Teaching Methodology

    Principles of Teaching
    Practical mock teaching sessions

Please See the Eligibility Criteria to Join the Course, listed here