SCHOOL OF YOGA

SCHOOL OF YOGA

DIPLOMA IN YOGA, NUTRITION, AND NATUROPATHY

PG DIPLOMA IN YOGA, NUTRITION, AND NATUROPATHY

M.A. Yoga

B.A. Yoga

M.Sc. Yoga

B.Sc. Yoga

BPT

MPT

  • A practise with a 5,000-year history that originated in India is yoga. Everybody can do yoga. It raises self-awareness, purges poisons from the body and negative thoughts from the mind. It encourages the body to mend itself and reenergizes it with cosmic energy. A way of life, yoga! Yoga techniques are primarily used in yoga therapy to promote psychological, spiritual, and physical recovery. The use of meditation, chanting, and the study of sacred texts are primarily involved in this.
  • Naturopathy is a type of complementary medicine that uses natural, non-invasive scientific and pseudo-scientific treatment methods. A science of healthy living, naturopathy. The human body can cure itself and is made up of five powerful elements. Diseases are caused by the imbalance of these components. Naturopathy is the practise of treating illnesses via the use of these elements—earth, water, air, fire, and ether.
  • Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline that dates back more than 5,000 years to ancient India and is practised now all around the world. Yoga has essentially remained secular, making it acceptable to individuals of various religions, races, and nationalities. Yoga is a method of spiritual exploration with the goal of comprehending existence. Yoga has developed into a "Health and Healing" science over the years. Yoga's efficacy as a supplemental intervention for conditions like cancer, schizophrenia, asthma, heart disease, and diabetes has been the subject of numerous research. In recent years, yoga has also gained popularity in the west, which has encouraged a growing number of people to travel to India and study the practise there in a traditional environment.
  • In addition to hydrotherapy, clay therapy, massage therapy, aromatherapy, chromotherapy, magneto therapy, chiropractic care, and fasting, the students also learn about additional naturopathic therapeutic approaches. It attempts to control the underlying spiritual, social, psychological, and physical causes of illness. Practice in a way that demonstrates professionalism, high ethics, and a dedication to naturopathic medical principles.

CAREER OPTIONS IN YOGA:
Some Employment Options in Yoga are:

  • Yoga Instructors
  • Teaching and Education
  • Naturopath
  • Yoga trainer
  • Ayurveda Consultant
  • Assistant Ayurvedic Doctor
  • Practitioner
  • Professor
  • Health club instructor
  • Researcher
  • Therapist
  • Diet & Ayurveda Specialist
  • Naturopathy Physician
  • Fitness trainer
  • Yoga-Aerobics Instructor
  • Assistant Research Officer
  • Para-Clinical Specialist