- History and timeline on Yoga’s culture.
- Introduction to Vedic culture and Ayurveda, the science of life.
- Introduction to Hinduism Darsans, to Samkhya, to Classical Yoga by Patanjali and to Vedanta.
- Jnana Yoga, the “knowledge of yoga”, with introduction to theoretical and practical studies of non-dual Tantra from Kashmir and its.
- Anatomy and Holistic Physiology, with study of the physical body, its structures and functions related to Koshas, Chakras and Nadis (meridians).
- Introduction to Biomechanics of Yoga and to move the body in.
- The science of Hatha Yoga and its Tantric routes; along with introductory study to Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Gheranda Samhita, Shiva Samhita and Hatharatnavall.
- Yogasana to develop a Yogi spirit, attitude and behavior through the practice of bioenergetic psychophysical postures. The main asanas will be taught together with their respective adaptations and variations.
- Vinyasa Krama, to build up with grace and incorporate flow into practice as bodily – Surya, Chandra and Shiva.
- Ashtanga Yoga’s introduction, practice, principles and adjustments.
- Alignment to a safe practice and therapeutical adjustments for the liberation of meridians.
- Pranayama and Prana management, from detox to harmonizing and expansion of vital energy.
- Initiation to Chakra Sadhana and Kundalini Tantra Yoga.
- Pratyahara and the management of Senses, the control of mind-body extension.
- Dharana, technology to develop the power of concentration and clarity.
- Nyasa, the practice of focused attention and embodiment of infinite possibilities of Consciousness manifested in human form.
- Introduction to Pancha Karma, Sat Karma, Asta Karma and Kriyas for cleansing and purifying the body and our attitude to life.
- Mouna, Antar Mouna Yoganidra and Dhyana (meditation) – experiences to reach meditative state as well as to simply develop a physical, mental and spiritual hygiene.