B.A. Yoga & Naturopathy

Nov. 11, 2016, 3:01 p.m.

Bachelor of Arts in Yoga & Naturopathy is an undergraduate Yoga and Naturopathy course. First, Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline, originating in ancient India aiming the attainment of a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquillity while meditating on Super soul. Second, Naturopathy is a form of alternative medicine based on a belief in vitalism, which posits that a special energy called vital energy or vital force guides bodily processes such as metabolism, reproduction, growth, and adaptation. The duration of the course is three years.

How is B.A. Yoga & Naturopathy Course Beneficial?

  • The bright scope for yoga and naturopathy are both in private hospitals and health centres. They can also start their own Yoga Centres in populous places. As naturopathy is getting importance day by day all over the globe including India, among people who wish to escape the various side effects and symptoms, which are caused by allopathic system of medicine. Therefore the scope of employment in this sphere is wide.
  • The instructor with excellent and good skills also can open and provide education relating this course outside India also. In recent time the yogic system of India is being popular day by day. Hence, they in return can get good career opportunities.

 Eligibility

  • Students should have passed their 10+2 or its equivalent exam form any recognised School Boards in India.

B.A. Yoga & Naturopathy Syllabus

Syllabus of Yoga & Naturopathy offered by various universities and colleges in India

Sem. I: Introduction of Yoga

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Introduction of Yoga –Meaning and definition of yoga. Objective of Yoga

2

Types of Yoga, Relevence of Yoga in Modern age. Yoga in different texts – Veda, Sankhya, Upnishads, Geeta

3

Types of Yoga : - Its brief introduction

  • Hatha Yoga
  • Bhakti Yoga
  • Karma Yoga
  • Ashtang Yoga

4

Life Sketch of Ancient Contemporary Yogies and yoginies of India-

  • Swami Vivekananda
  • Sri Aurobindo
  • Swami Shivananda
  • Meera Bai
  • Sharda Maa
  • Shri Maa

5

Introduction of contemporary Yog Institutes of India

  • Bihar Yoga Bharti Yog Institute – Munger, Bihar.
  • Kaivalya Dham – Lonavala
  • Gurukul Kangari University – Hardwar
  • Swami Vivekananda Institute of Yoga & Research, Banglor.

Sem. II: Basics of Naturopathy

1

  • Meaning of Naturopathy
  • Definition of Naturopathy
  • Principles of Naturopathy

2

  • Hydrotherapy
  • General Principles of Hydrotherapy
  • Importance of water Properties of water

3

  • Introduction of Mud Therapy
  • Types of Mud Therapy
  • Action & reaction of Mud Therapy

4

  • Fasting
  • Meaning of fasting
  • Types of Fasting
  • Benefits of Fasting

5

Massage Therapy :

  • History of Massage
  • Types of Massage
  • Steps of Massage

 

Practical Paper

Sem. III: Introduction to Hatha Yoga

1

  • Meaning of Hatha Yoga
  • Step of Hatha Yoga
  • Objectives of Hatha Yoga

2

  • Proper Diet in the Practice of Hatha Yoga
  • Proper Place for the Practice of Hatha Yoga
  • Proper Time for the Practice of Hatha Yoga
  • With the reference of Hatha Yogic Grantha Gherand Sanhita & Hatha Yog
  • Pardipika

3

  • What are the Sadhak Tatwa
  • What are the Badhak Talwas
  • Special reference to Gherand Samhita & Patanjal Yoga Sutra.

4

  • Meaning of Prana
  • Types of Prana
  • Importance & Place of Prana in Human body

5

  • Types of Chakras
  • Location of Chakras in Human body
  • Meaning of Kundaline

 

Practical Paper

Sem. IV: Naturopathy II

1

  • Introduction of Diet
  • Types of Diet
  • Balance Diet
  • Concept of Vegetarian Diet

2

  • Meaning of Diet Therapy
  • Diet in different age groups
  • Elements of Diet – Protein, Fat, Carbohydrates, Water, Vitamins

3

  • Acupressure –
  • Meaning of Acupressure
  • Principles of Acupressure
  • Location of different points in hands

4

  • Sun Therapy -
  • Introduction of sun therapy
  • Benefits of sun therapy
  • Sun therapy in common problems – obesity, gout Arthritis, skin problem

5

  • Colour Therapy – Meaning of colour therapy, uses of colour therapy in common problems – Diabetes, Arthritis, Constipation

 

Practical Paper

Sem. V: Science of Hatha & Yoga Benefits of Yogic Practices

1

  • Physiological benefits of Shatkarma
  • Psychological benefits of Shatkarma
  • Physical & mental benefits of – Neti
  • Physical & metal benefits of Dhauti

2

  • Physiological Benefits of Asanas
  • Psychological Benefits of Asanas

3

  • Physiological Benefits of Pranayama
  • Psychological Benefits of Pranayama

4

  • Physiological Benefits of Mudra &
  • Psychological Benefits of Mudra &

5

  • Physiological Benefits of Meditation
  • Psychological Benefits of Meditation

 

Practical Paper

Sem. VI: Common Problems & Yoga Therapy & Naturopathy Treatment

1

  • What is Disease
  • What is Health
  • Types of Health

2

  • Yoga Therapy – Meaning
  • Need of Yoga Therapy in Modern time
  • Objective of Yoga Therapy
  • Precautions in Yoga Therapy

3

Common Problems :-

  • Common cold symptoms & causes
  • Cough symptoms & causes
  • Digestive disorders symptoms & causes

4

Yoga Therapy in Common Problems :-

  • Common cold & its yogic treatment
  • Cough & its yogic treatment
  • Digestive disorders & its yogic treatment

5

Naturopathy treatment in common problems :-

  • Common Cold
  • Cough
  • Digestive Disorders

 

Practical Paper

 

B.A. Yoga & Naturopathy Colleges

  • Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
  • Sri Sri University - SSU, Cuttack
  • Aditya Yog Naturopathy Hospital and Research Institute, Nainital

B.A. Yoga & Naturopathy Course Suitability

  • Applicants those who want to open their own gyms and health clubs offer a whole variety of exercise routines such as weightlifting, aerobics, karate, kickboxing, spin cycling, yoga, you can choose to specialise in the areas you are comfortable with.
  • Candidates those who want to become good instructors have bright prospects for those aiming to pursue fitness as their career. Trainers having the right qualification can teach just about anybody who can pay to be healthy and fit from hardworking executives to the stressed-out CEOs, the politicians, the self-conscious student, the middle-aged housewife.

 Job Types

  • Research Officer - Yoga & Naturopathy
  • Yoga Aerobic Instructor
  • Assist. Ayurvedic Doctor
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • YOGA Therapist
  • Yoga Instructor
  • Yoga Teacher
  • Therapist & Naturopath
  • Trainer/Instructor - Health Club

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