An introduction to fitness education. This course clears all myths and misunderstandings about weight training, nutrition, fat loss, with an emphasis on knowledge of human anatomy, muscle function, afterburn. 8 weeks of theory combined with practicals on form and technique.
This course is designed to boost knowledge in human anatomy and musculoskeletal functioning with an emphasize on injuries, surgeries and special conditions such as pregnancy and congenital deformities. 6 weeks of theory and practicals covering critical DO’s and Dont’s.
Designed as an aid for enhancing performance in every sport this course covered the importance of macronutrients like carbohydrates, proteins and fats as well as essential micronutrients in the form of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants . This knowledge applies to all people of all ages and lifestyles in order to maximize energy levels and optimize weight management.
First international body to certify health fitness professionals. Exacting this course is highly respected and recognized all over the world.
The Shivagakomarpaj lineage is one of the most respected schools that traces its ancient lineage to Sivaka Komarabhaccca, the Buddha’s personal physician. This is an in-depth course dealing with the age-old knowledge and techniques of vital pressure points all over the body, that unblock muscle knots, modulate blood circulation, release muscle tightness, all of which alleviate pain and aches. 180 hours of theory and practicals.
60 hours of intense training covering how to activate the energy line running through the body, to regulate blood circulation, increase energy level and decrease lethargy.
A 16 hour course, related to all the pressure points in the foot which are directly connected to various areas in the body. Each point has a special significance and correspondence to a particular body part and/or internal organ.
Sivananda’s TTC course, based in Kerala, India, the land where yoga was born, is a rigorous residential course based on the ancient Indian Gurukul System. Spread over four weeks from 6am-10pm every day, it covers the practice of all four forms of yoga, i.e. Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, and Gyana Yoga, with particular emphasis on precise techniques of asanas, pranayama, and meditation.