Free Senior Yoga Trainer Course (1year Diploma)

A Senior Yoga Trainer uses a broad range of mind-body-based healing tools in conjunction with advanced yoga asanas

Brief Job Description: -A Senior Yoga Trainer is a professionally trained individual with extensive additional training to be able to work with the guests on conducting the advanced yoga asanas, advanced pranayamas, advanced meditations and relaxation techniques. S/he is also expected to train Yoga Instructors on the intricacies of Yoga services Senior Yoga trainer Course.

Personal Attributes:- This job requires an individual skilled at assessing and prescribing treatment protocols within the yogic framework to work with groups and individuals, combining poses, breathing and mediation exercises to create effective practices against ailments.

Conduct the Advanced Yoga sessions and train the Yoga Instructors Senior Yoga trainer Course:-

To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:

 PC1. ensure appropriate ambience for guests to perform the Advanced Yoga sessions

 PC2. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/meditation

PC3. recognise, adjust, and adapt to specific guest needs in the evolving professional relationship

 PC4. recognise and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the teacher/ guest relationship

PC5. implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the guest’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC6. transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

PC7. develop appropriate practice strategies to the guest

 PC8. set the goals, expectations and aspirations of the guest

PC9. determine which aspects of the guests conditions, goals and aspirations might be addressed through Advanced Yoga sessions

 PC10. select and prioritise the use of yoga tools and techniques

 PC11. modify and adapt the sequence of yoga practices appropriate to the needs of guests

PC12. deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

PC13. provide instruction, demonstration, education of the guest using multi-model strategies of education such as audio visual tools, kinaesthetic learning tools, etc.

 PC14. foster trust by establishing an appropriate environment through privacy, confidentiality, and safety

 PC15. practise effective, guest-centred communication based upon a respect for and sensitivity to individual familial, cultural, social, ethnic and religious factors

 PC16. address new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations and priorities of the guest and to provide appropriate support

PC17. accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

 PC18. maintain neat and clean work area at all times

PC19. inform guests about the various forms of Advanced Yoga sessions and its effecton body and mind

PC20. use a broad range of-body-mind –soul based healing / spiritual healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

 PC21. apply yogic principles to conduct guest sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

 PC22. perform and demonstrate all Advanced Yoga techniques to guests and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

 PC23. assist guests to perform all Advanced Yoga sessions techniques effectively

 PC24. evaluate exercises performed by guests and recommend correction whenever required

 PC25. ensure guest satisfaction and assist in answering all guest queries

 PC26. store guest and equipment records, securely in line with the organization’s policies

 PC27. leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes

 PC28. communicate any shortcomings to the supervisor

PC29. explain the Yoga Trainers – the evolution of philosophy and teachings of yoga tradition from vedic and post vedic periods, samkhya yoga, tantra, etc.

 PC30. explain the Yoga Trainers – the structure, states, functioning and conditions of the mind referred in the texts including but not limited to yoga sutras, bhagavad, gita, upanishads, etc.

 PC31. conduct intake and assess the guests, including: taking history of guest and their condition(s); assessing the current conditions using the tools relevant to the Senior Yoga Trainer , including an evaluation of the physical, energetic, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of well-being

 PC32. identify priorities to prepare and design both long-term and short-term goals of the guests

 PC33. prepare strategies for yoga instructors to address common disorders and pathologies of the major human systems and common mental health conditions, as well as other goals and aspirations of the student as relevant to the work of a Yoga Trainer

 PC34. prepare strategies and planning – to combine intake, evaluation, observation and working assessment to develop an appropriate practice session for individual and group

 PC35. design courses, practice modules, schedules and the lesson plans

 PC36. assess the guests progress and achievements

 PC37. review the course modules and the teaching skills of yoga instructors

 PC38. provide yogic spiritual counselling to the participants/ guests to set their long or short term goals

 PC39. provide specialized trainings theoretically and graphically to yoga instructors to become Yoga Trainers

 PC40. assess the performance of Yoga Trainers and instructors and design upskilling programs for them as per their needs

 PC41. develop research methodologies and provide inputs/ participate in conducting research programs to evaluate the efficacies of yogic practice

 PC42. represent the institutions in seminars/ workshops/ public forums/ conferences etc

Conduct Advanced Hatha Yoga sessions and train the Yoga Instructors Senior Yoga trainer Course:- To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:

 PC1. ensure appropriate ambience for guests to perform the Advanced Hatha Yoga session

PC2. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/meditation

 PC3. perform and instruct loosening exercises or sukshma vyayama as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organisation
PC4. perform and instruct classical asanas as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organisation

PC5. perform and instruct pranayama’s as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organisation

PC6. perform and instruct mudras and bandhas as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organization

 PC7. perform and instruct kriyas as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organisation

PC8. recognise, adjust, and adapt to specific guest needs in the evolving professional relationship

 PC9. recognise and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the guest relationship

 PC10. implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the guest’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC11. transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

 PC12. develop appropriate practice strategies to the guest

 PC13. set the goals, expectations and aspirations of the guest

PC14. develop a working assessment of the guest’s condition, limitations and possibilities

 PC15. determine which aspects of the guest’ conditions, goals and aspirations might be addressed through Advanced Hatha yoga

 PC16. deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

 PC17. provide instruction, demonstration, education of the guest using multi-model strategies of education such as audio visual tools, kinaesthetic learning tools, etc.

 PC18. practice effective, guest-centred communication based upon a respect for and sensitivity to individual familial, cultural, social, ethnic and religious factors

PC19. address new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations and priorities of the guest and to provide appropriate support

 PC20. accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

 PC21. maintain neat and clean work area at all times

 PC22. inform guests about the various forms of Advanced Hatha yoga and its effect on body and mind

PC23. use a broad range of mind-body-based healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

 PC24. apply yogic principles to conduct guest sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

PC25. perform and demonstrate all Advanced Hatha yoga techniques to guests and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

 PC26. assist guests to perform all Advanced Hatha techniques effectively

 PC27. evaluate exercises performed by guests and recommend correction whenever required

 PC28. ensure guest satisfaction and assist in answering all guest queries

 PC29. store guest and equipment records, securely in line with the organization’s policies

PC30. leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes

 PC31. design courses, practice modules, schedules and the lesson plans

PC32. assess the guests progress and achievements

 PC33. review the course modules and the teaching skills of yoga instructors

 PC34. provide yogic counselling to the guests to set their long or short term goals

 PC35. provide specialized trainings theoretically and graphically to yoga instructors to become specialized Yoga Trainers

 PC36. assess the performance of Yoga Trainers and instructors and design up skilling programs for them as per their needs

 PC37. develop research methodologies and provide inputs/ participate in conducting research programs to evaluate the efficacies of yogic practice Senior Yoga trainer Course.

 PC38. represent the institutions in seminars/ workshops/ public forums/ conferences etc.

Conduct the Advanced Bal Yoga sessions:-

 To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:

PC1. components that should be covered during the session

1 yoga

2 sloka

3  bhajans

 4 meditation

 5 chanting om and its essence

6  group activity

7  moral values – skit/activity

PC2. ensure appropriate ambience for the childrens to perform the Advanced Bal yoga

 PC3. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/meditation

 PC4. obtain information of child’s medical history, background, preferences from parents before starting the session

 PC5. work on enhancing child’s resilience and coping frequency, thereby helping them adapt and cope with negative life events

PC6. work on cultivating balanced psychological and physiological responses to stress, such as

1 improved stress management

2  reduced problematic stress responses

3  decreased cortisol concentrations

PC7. address the spiritual needs of the childrens and help to mould their character through value based curriculum

 PC8. introduce childrens to various indian scriptures (ramayana, bhagwat puran) and derive lessons of right values and moral principles

PC9. provide a fun and non-competitive environment for childrens to internalize the teachings

PC10. ensure that there is discipline and respect among childrens and for their respective teachers

 PC11. ensure that the teachings in class are inclusive and applicable to all childrens and their respective communities. The parents should feel comfortable reinforcing at home what is taught in classes

 PC12. implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the child’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC13.transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

 PC14. elicit the goals, expectations and aspirations of the child

PC15. integrate information from the intake, evaluation, and observation to develop a working assessment of the child’s condition, limitations and possibilities

 PC16. determine which aspects of the childrens conditions, goals and aspirations might be addressed through Advanced Bal yoga

 PC17.select and prioritise the use of yoga tools and techniques

PC18.modify and adapt the sequence of yoga practices appropriate to the needs of childrens

 PC19. deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

PC20. provide instruction, demonstration, education of the childrens using multimodel strategies of education such as audio visual tools, kinaesthetic learning tools, etc.

PC21.foster trust by establishing an appropriate environment through privacy, confidentiality, and safety

PC22. practise effective student-centred communication based upon a respect for and sensitivity to individual familial, cultural, social, ethnic and religious factors

 PC23. gather feedback, re-assess and refine the practice to determine short-term or long-term goals and priorities

 PC24. accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

PC25. inform childrens about the various forms of yoga and its effect on body and mind

PC26. use a broad range of mind-body-based healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

 PC27. apply yogic principles while conducting sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

PC28. perform and demonstrate all Advanced Bal Yoga techniques to childrens and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

 PC29. assist childrens to perform all Advanced Bal Yoga techniques effectively

 PC30. evaluate exercises performed by childrens and recommend correction whenever required

 PC31. coordinate with children’s parents on yogic lifestyle counselling to ensure healthy body and mind

PC32. ensure parents satisfaction and assist in answering all queries that the childrens may have

 PC33. leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes Senior Yoga trainer Course.

 PC34. communicate any shortcomings to the supervisor

Conduct the Advanced Mahila Yoga sessions Senior Yoga trainer Course:-

to be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:

 PC1. ensure appropriate ambience for guests to perform the Advanced Mahila yoga sessions

 PC2. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/meditation

 PC3. obtain permission/ notify the client for a physical contact with the guest during session, if required

PC4. obtain information on guest’s medical history, background, preferences etc. before starting the session

PC5. recognise, adjust, and adapt to specific guest needs in the evolving professional relationship

 PC6. recognise and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the teacher /guest relationship

PC7. implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the guest’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC8. transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

 PC9. develop and adjust appropriate practice strategies to the guest

 PC10. integrate information from the intake, evaluation, and observation to develop a working assessment of the guest’s condition, limitations and possibilities

 PC11. determine which aspects of the guest’s conditions, goals and aspirations might be addressed through Advanced Mahila yoga sessions

 PC12. understand from guests, poses causing any sort of discomfort to them

 PC13. educate the guests on benefits both baby and mother is gaining through this Advanced Mahila yoga sessions

 PC14. select and prioritise the use of Advanced Mahila yoga tools and techniques.

 PC15. modify and adapt the sequence of yoga practices appropriate to the needs of guests

 PC16. deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

 PC17. provide instruction, demonstration, education of the guests using multi-model strategies of education such as audio visual tools, kinaesthetic learning tools, etc.

 PC18. foster trust by establishing an appropriate environment through privacy, confidentiality, and safety

PC19. practise effective, guest-centred communication based upon a respect for, and

PC20. gather feedback, re-assess and refine the practice to determine short-term or long-term goals and priorities

 PC21. address new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations and priorities of the guest and to provide appropriate support

 PC22. accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

 PC23. maintain neat and clean work area at all times

 PC24. inform guests in various forms of Advanced Mahila yoga and its effect on body and mind

PC25. use a broad range of mind-body-based healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

 PC26. apply yogic principles to conduct guest sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

 PC27. perform and demonstrate all Advanced Mahila yoga techniques to guests and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

 PC28. assist guests to perform all Advanced Mahila techniques effectively

 PC29. evaluate exercises performed by guests and recommend correction whenever required

 PC30. coordinate with guests on yogic lifestyle counselling to ensure healthy body and mind

 PC31. ensure guest satisfaction and assist in answering all guest queries

 PC32. store guest and equipment records, securely in line with the organization’s policies

 PC33. leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes

 PC34. communicate any shortcomings to the supervisor

Conduct the Advanced Vridha Yoga sessions:- To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to:

 PC1. ensure appropriate ambience for the elderly guests to perform the Advanced Vridha yoga sessions

PC2. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/meditation Senior Yoga trainer Course.

 PC3. obtain permission/ notify the guests for a physical contact with the guest during Advanced Vridha yoga session, if required

 PC4. obtain information on guest’s medical history, background, preferences etc before starting the Advanced Vridha yoga session

 PC5. recognise, adjust, and adapt to specific client/student needs in the evolving therapeutic/professional relationship

 PC6. recognise and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the teacher/ guest relationship

PC7. analyze the difficulties individuals are facing due to ageing in performing various Advanced Vridha yoga poses

 PC8. suggest guests to substitute warm-ups with brisk walking and joint movements

 PC9. teach standing yoga poses triangle pose (konasana series) and standing spinal twist (kati chakrasanas)

 PC10.teach sitting yoga poses butterfly pose, cradling (if possible), body rotation, cat stretch and child pose (shishu asana)

 PC11.teach yoga poses which are performed lying on the back or stomach and focuses on repetitions rather than holding any posture such as the cobra pose (bhujangasana), the locust pose (shalabhasana) or the knee to chin press (pawanmuktasana)

PC12.teach yoga nidra which is by far the most essential part of any yoga practice, and as age progresses, it becomes even more essential to help assimilate the effect of the asana practice into our system

PC13.implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the guest’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC14.transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

PC15.modify and adapt the sequence of yoga practices appropriate to the needs of guests

 PC16.deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

PC17.foster trust by establishing an appropriate environment through privacy, confidentiality, and safety

PC18.practise effective, guest-centred communication based upon a respect for, and sensitivity to, individual familial, cultural, social, ethnic and religious factors

 PC19.gather feedback, re-assess and refine the practice to determine short-term or long-term goals and priorities

 PC20.address new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations and priorities of the guest and to provide appropriate support

PC25.apply yogic principles to conduct Advanced Vridha yoga sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

 PC26.perform and demonstrate all Advanced Vridha yoga techniques to guests and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

 PC27.assist guests to perform all Advanced Vridha yoga techniques effectively

 PC28.evaluate exercises performed by guests and recommend correction whenever required

PC29.coordinate with guests on yogic lifestyle counselling to ensure healthy body and mind

 PC30.ensure guest satisfaction and assist in answering all guest queries

 PC31.store guest and equipment records, securely in line with the organization’s policies

PC32.leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes

PC33.communicate any shortcomings to the supervisor

PC21.accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

PC22.maintain neat and clean work area at all times

 PC23.inform guests about the various forms of Advanced Vridha yoga and its effect on body and mind

PC24.use a broad range of mind-body-based healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

Organizational Context Senior Yoga trainer Course:- The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:

 KA1. the organization’s standards of performance and sequence of services

KA2. the range of services and products offered by the organization Senior Yoga trainer Course.

 KA3. the hygiene, health and safety requirements in the organization

. Technical Knowledg:- The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:

KB1. diet and fasting techniques

KB2. detoxification techniques (prakshalan)

KB3. contra indications associated with each of the Advanced Vridha yoga techniques

 KB4. the evolution of the teachings and philosophy of yoga tradition and its relevance and application to Advanced Vridha yoga

KB5. yoga perspectives on the structure, states, functioning and conditions of the mind KB6. yoga perspectives on distracted/disturbed conditions of mind and their expressions as expressed in yoga sutras, bhagavad gita and other text

Guidelines for Assessment:-

  1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each

 2 The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the

 3 . Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below)

 4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center based on this criteria

5. To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 60% in aggregate

6. In case of successfully passing only certain number of NOS’s, the trainee is eligible to take subsequent assessment on the balance NOS’s to pass the Qualification Pack

(Conduct the Advanced Yoga sessions and train the Yoga Instructors) Senior Yoga trainer Course:-

PC1. ensure appropriate ambience for guests to perform the Advanced Yoga sessions

PC2. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/medi tation

PC4. recognise and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the teacher/ guest relationship

PC3. recognise, adjust, and adapt to specific guest needs in the evolving professional relationship

PC5. implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the guest’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC6. transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

PC7. develop appropriate practice strategies to the guest

PC8. set the goals, expectations and aspirations of the guest

PC9. determine which aspects of the guests conditions, goals and aspirations might be addressed through Advanced Yoga sessions

PC10. select and prioritise the use of yoga tools and techniques

PC11. modify and adapt the sequence of yoga practices appropriate to the needs of guests

PC12. deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

PC13. provide instruction, demonstration, education of the guest using multi-model strategies of education such as audio visual tools, kinaesthetic learning tools, etc.

PC14. foster trust by establishing an appropriate environment through privacy, confidentiality, and safety

PC15. practise effective, guest-centred communication based upon a respect for and sensitivity to individual familial, cultural, social, ethnic and religious factors Senior Yoga trainer Course.

PC16. address new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations and priorities of the guest and to provide appropriate support

PC17. accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

PC18. maintain neat and clean work area at all times

PC19. inform guests about the various forms of Advanced Yoga sessions and its effect on body and mind

PC20. use a broad range ofbody-mind –soul based healing / spiritual healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

PC21. apply yogic principles to conduct guest sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

PC22. perform and demonstrate all Advanced Yoga techniques to guests and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

PC23. assist guests to perform all Advanced Yoga sessions techniques effectively

PC24. evaluate exercises performed by guests and recommend correction whenever required

PC25. ensure guest satisfaction and assist in answering all guest queries

PC26. store guest and equipment records, securely in line with the organization’s policies

PC27. leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes

PC28. communicate any shortcomings to the supervisor

PC29. explain the Yoga Trainers – the evolution of philosophy and teachings of yoga tradition from vedic and post vedic periods, samkhya yoga, tantra, etc

PC30. explain the Yoga Trainers – the structure, states, functioning and conditions of the mind referred in the texts including but not limited to yoga sutras, bhagavad, gita, upanishads, etc.

PC31. conduct intake and assess the guests, including: taking history of guest and their condition(s); assessing the current conditions using the tools relevant to the Senior Yoga Trainer , including an evaluation of the physical, energetic, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of wellbeing

PC32. identify priorities to prepare and design both long-term and short-term goals of the guests

PC33. prepare strategies for yoga instructors to address common disorders and pathologies of the major human systems and common mental health conditions, as well as other goals and aspirations of the student as relevant to the work of a Yoga Trainer

PC34. prepare strategies and planning – to combine intake, evaluation, observation and working assessment to develop an appropriate practice session for individual and group.

PC35. design courses, practice modules, schedules and the lesson plans

PC36. assess the guests progress and achievements

PC37. review the course modules and the teaching skills of yoga instructors

PC38. provide yogic spiritual counselling to the participants/ guests to set their long or short term goals

PC39. provide specialized trainings theoretically and graphically to yoga instructors to become Yoga Trainers

PC40. assess the performance of Yoga Trainers and instructors and design upskilling programs for them as per their needs

PC41. develop research methodologies and provide inputs/ participate in conducting research programs to evaluate the efficacies of yogic practice

PC42. represent the institutions in seminars/ workshops/ public forums/ conferences etc

(Conduct Advanced Hatha Yoga sessions and train the Yoga Instructors):-

PC1. ensure appropriate ambience for guests to perform the Advanced Hatha Yoga session

PC2. provide appropriate opening and closure of the session through prayer/chanting/medi tation

PC3. perform and instruct loosening exercises or sukshma vyayama as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organization

PC4. perform and instruct classical asanas as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organization

PC5. perform and instruct pranayama’s as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organization Senior Yoga trainer Course.

PC6. perform and instruct mudras and bandhas as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organization

PC7. perform and instruct kriyas as agreed with the guest and arrangement of the organization

PC8. recognise, adjust, and adapt to specific guest needs in the evolving professional relationship

PC9. recognise and manage the subtle dynamics inherent in the guest relationship

PC10. implement effective teaching methods, adapt to unique styles of learning, provide supportive and effective feedback, acknowledge the guest’s progress, and cope with unique difficulties / successes

PC11. transmit the value of self-awareness and self-responsibility throughout the process

PC12. develop appropriate practice strategies to the guest

PC13. set the goals, expectations and aspirations of the guest

PC14. develop a working assessment of the guest’s condition, limitations and possibilities

PC15. determine which aspects of the guest’ conditions, goals and aspirations might be addressed through Advanced Hatha yoga

PC16. deliver appropriate practices for individuals as well as group, taking into consideration the assessment of their conditions, limitations, possibilities and the overall practice strategy

PC17. provide instruction, demonstration, education of the guest using multimodel strategies of education such as audio visual tools, kinaesthetic learning tools, etc.

PC18. practice effective, guest-centred communication based upon a respect for and sensitivity to individual familial, cultural, social, ethnic and religious factors

PC19. address new and changing conditions, goals, aspirations and priorities of the guest and to provide appropriate support

PC20. accept and follow ethical principles and related concepts from the yoga tradition to professional interactions and relationships

PC21. maintain neat and clean work area at all times

PC22. inform guests about the various forms of Advanced Hatha yoga and its effect on body and mind

PC23. use a broad range of mind-body-based healing tools in conjunction with exercise based on needs, ages, and ability levels to create effective practices against ailments

PC24. apply yogic principles to conduct guest sessions to enhance wellbeing, overcome illness and live a healthier and more meaningful life

PC25. perform and demonstrate all Advanced Hatha yoga techniques to guests and ensure compliance to safety and health standards

PC26. assist guests to perform all Advanced Hatha techniques

PC27. evaluate exercises performed by guests and recommend correction whenever required

PC28. ensure guest satisfaction and assist in answering all guest queries

PC29. store guest and equipment records, securely in line with the organization’s policies

PC30. leave the work area in a clean and hygienic condition suitable for further classes

PC31. design courses, practice modules, schedules and the lesson plans


PC32. assess the guests progress and achievements

PC33. review the course modules and the teaching skills of yoga instructors

PC34. provide yogic counselling to the guests to set their long or short term goals

PC35. provide specialized trainings theoretically and graphically to yoga instructors to become specialized Yoga Trainers

PC36. assess the performance of Yoga Trainers and instructors and design up skilling programs for them as per their needs

PC37. develop research methodologies and provide inputs/ participate in conducting research programs to evaluate the efficacies of yogic practice

PC38. represent the institutions in seminars/ workshops/ public forums/ conferences etc.

(Maintain health and safety at the workplace):-

PC1. set up and position the equipment, chemicals, products and tools in the work area to meet legal, hygiene and safety requirements

PC2. clean and sterilize all tools and equipment before use

PC3. maintain one’s posture and position to minimize fatigue and the risk of injury

PC4. dispose waste materials in accordance to the industry accepted standards

PC5. maintain first aid kit and keep oneself updated on the first aid procedures Senior Yoga trainer Course.

PC6. identify and document potential risks and hazards in the workplace

PC7. accurately maintain accident reports

PC8. report health and safety risks/ hazards to concerned personne

PC9. use tools, equipment, chemicals and products in accordance with the salon’s guidelines and manufacturers’ instructions

(positive impression at the workplace):-

PC2. comply with organisation’s standards of grooming and personal behavior

PC1. maintain good health and personal hygiene

PC3. meet the organisation’s standards of courtesy, behavior and efficiency

PC4. stay free from intoxicants while on duty

PC5. wear and carry organisation’s uniform and accessories correctly and smartly

PC6. take appropriate and approved actions in line with instructions and guidelines Senior Yoga trainer Course.

PC7. record details related to tasks, as per procedure

PC8. participate in workplace activities as a part of the larger team

PC9. report to supervisor immediately in case there are any work issues

PC10. use appropriate language, tone and gestures while interacting with clients from different cultural and religious backgrounds, age, disabilities and gender

PC11. communicate procedure related information to clients based on the sector’s code of practices and organisation’s procedures/ guidelines

PC12. communicate role related information to stakeholders in a polite manner and resolve queries, if any

PC13. assist and guide clients to services or products based on their needs

PC14. report and record instances of aggressive/ unruly behavior and seek assistance

PC15. use communication equipment (phone, email etc.) as mandated by your organization

PC16. carry out routine documentation legibly and accurately in the desired format

PC17. file routine reports and feedback

PC18. maintain confidentiality of information, as required, in the role

Prepare and maintain work area:- The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:

 PC1. ensure that environmental conditions are suitable for the client and the services to be carried out in a hygiene and safe environment

 PC2. select suitable equipment/products/ tools etc. required for the services

 PC3. set up the equipment/ tools etc. and prepare for services in adherence to the organization’s procedures and product/ equipment/ tools related guidelines

 PC4. sterilize and clean the tools/ machinery/ equipment before and after the usage Senior Yoga trainer Course.

PC5. dispose waste materials (if applicable) in adherence to the organization’s and industry requirements
PC6. store records, materials and equipment securely in line with the organization’s policies

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