From the Sanskrit, the “yoga” word means “union” and “discipline.” People who practice yoga learn the body and mind discipline, which reveals the best ways to connect body and mind. Yoga is an old discipline from India. It is both spiritual and physical. Yoga uses breathing techniques, exercise and meditation. It helps to improve health and happiness. The word “Yoga “stand for a modern form of Hatha yoga and physical practices of different postures known as asanas. It is a group of mental, spiritual and physical practices which started in ancient India. It is one of the six orthodox of traditions of Hindu philosophical. Yoga is a great career choice as it is an ancient art and a natural way of remaining fit and healthy. The government of India has taken steps to certify yoga teachers by launching the “Scheme for Voluntary Certification of Yoga Professionals”. The Quality Council of India (QCI) that provides accreditation standards for various sectors has developed this scheme. Yoga teachers can earn from Rs. 10,000 up to Rs 30,000 per month by taking group classes. Personal classes for individuals/celebrities pay much better, Yoga instructors are on an increasing demand at yoga centers, health spas and gyms. Even in the corporate sector has noticed the benefits of yoga and has called for routines customised by yoga teachers especially for the sector. Personal one-on-one classes are also becoming a popular option. There are also chances of employment in TV channels where regular yoga shows are broadcasted. Can look for jobs in the following areas: Research Officer- Yoga and Naturopathy Yoga Aerobic Instructor Assistant Ayurvedic Doctor Clinical Psychologist Yoga Therpaist Yoga Instructor Yoga Teacher Therapists and Naturopaths Trainer/ Instructor Health Club...&Many more The concepts and practices of Yoga originated in India about several thousand years ago. Its founders were great Saints and Sages. The great Yogis presented rational interpretation of their experiences of Yoga and brought about a practical and scientifically sound method within every one’s reach. Yoga today, is no longer restricted to hermits, saints, and sages; it has entered into our everyday lives and has aroused a worldwide awakening and acceptance in the last few decades. The science of Yoga and its techniques have now been reoriented to suit modern sociological needs and lifestyles. Experts of various branches of medicine including modern medical sciences are realizing the role of these techniques in the prevention and mitigation of diseases and promotion of health. Yoga is one of the six systems of Vedic philosophy. Maharishi Patanjali, rightly called "The Father of Yoga" compiled and refined various aspects of Yoga systematically in his "Yoga Sutras" (aphorisms). He advocated the eight folds path of Yoga, popularly known as "Ashtanga Yoga" for all-round development of human beings. They are:- Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. These components advocate certain restraints and observances, physical discipline, breath regulations, restraining the sense organs, contemplation, meditation and samadhi. These steps are believed to have a potential for improvement of physical health by enhancing circulation of oxygenated blood in the body, retraining the sense organs thereby inducing tranquility and serenity of mind. The practice of Yoga prevents psychosomatic disorders and improves an individual’s resistance and ability to endure stressful situations.
|Prices For All Lesson Type|
|Coures Name||Course Duration||Fee for Indian Students||Fee for Foreign Students|
|Diploma in Yoga Teacher/Therapy||12 Month||7500||750|
|PG Diploma in Yoga Teacher||12 Month||11500||1000|
|Diploma in Yoga Education||12 Month||7500||750|
|Certificate in Yoga Training||6 Month||5000||500|
|Foundation Course In Yoga||1 Month||1750||170|
|Certificate in Yogasana & Pranayam||3 Month||3500||350|
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