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Master of Science in Yoga courses, a is a postgraduate Yoga course. Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline. The aim of the program is to provide Yoga therapy to the patients who are suffering from various kinds of psychosomatic disorders.  It also provides Yoga treatment for the public along with all modern facilities of treatment available in the hospital. It trains students to develop skills of Yoga therapy, to serve the people of the society. It helps to fulfil the need of society to create individuals who are experts in this field. The duration of the course is two years and its syllabus for the course is divided into four semesters.

How is M.Sc. Yoga course Beneficial?

  • The course is beneficial for experienced Yoga teachers or senior Yoga practitioners or Health practitioners including medical professionals who want to learn and use Yoga Techniques from Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Ayurveda and Naturopathy for treatment of various diseases, like back problems (Scitica, slip disc, spondilytis et al), Heart Diseases, Diabetes, Arthritis, Hyper tension, High & Low Blood Pressure, Asthma, common cold, Obesity, Digestive Disorders, Thyroid problems, Gynacological disorders and Mental disorders like Anxiety disorders, Mood disorders including uniploar & bipolar depression, Stress disorders, Childhood problems including ADHD, Autism, MR etc.
  • They can become teacher and lecturer after its completion; they can go for permanent lectureship after UGC-NET.

 Eligibility

Student who has passed Bachelor's Degree and intermediate in second division with at least 50% marks separately in both and must have offered the subject at graduation level in which he/she is seeking admission.

M.Sc. Yoga Syllabus

Sem. I

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Basics for Yoga studies I - Philosophy of Yoga

2

Basics for Yoga studies II - Basic Sanskrit

3

Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology

4

Basic Psychological Processes

Sem. II

1

Consciousness & Yoga

2

Theoretical Perspectives in Yoga

3

Yoga and Health

4

Basic Research Methodology and Statistics

5

Practical III-Applications of Yoga

6

Practical IV-Therapeutic Yoga Practice I

Sem. III

1

Perspectives in Consciousness-Jainism/ Buddhism/ Suphism/ Christianity

2

Scientific study of Yoga and Consciousness

3

Consciousness:-

  • Western approaches
  •  Inter disciplinary approaches

4

Message of Upanishads

5

Practical V : Therapeutic yoga Practices II

6

Practical VI : Advanced Techniques

Sem. IV

1

Patanjali Yoga Sutras and Shatdarshanas

2

Shramana dhare Traditions

3

Case Study

4

Dissertation

5

Presentations, Seminars, Literature survey

 

M.Sc. Yoga Colleges

  • Bangalore University, Bangalore
  • The Global Open University, Dimapur
  • Karpagam University, Coimbatore
  • University of Patanjali, Haridwar

M.Sc. Yoga Course Suitability

  • The Master degree suitable for those who are interested in increases muscle strength, flexibility and tone , promotes weight loss and/or a reduction in body fat, alleviates stress, anxiety and depression, boosts energy , enhances sleep, heightens concentration, reduces blood pressure, improves circulation, strengthens the immune system.
  • Those who have the capability of hard work and dedication also are eligible.
  • They should have a positive attitude, professional conduct, a desire to learn and contribute to the students are essential.
  • They should be able enough to design a regimen to suit different needs of different people.
  • Candidates should have the ability to convince people and communicate complex ideas sensitively and clearly and the ability to encourage and inspire the clients, to lead a healthy life.

Job Types

  • Yoga Therapy Instructor
  • Gym Manager-cum-Instructor
  • Therapist - Naturopathy Hospitals, Health Clubs
  • Yoga Trainer
  • Consultant Yoga Therapist
  • Panchakarma Therapist
  • Marketing Field Worker
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Receptionist & Office Assistant
  • Teacher/Private Tutor
  • Customer Relationship Executive
  • Front Office Assistant
  • Customer Relationship Executive

Advance Course in M.Sc. Yoga

  • Ph.D. (Yoga)

After completing M.Sc. (Yoga) you can become:

  • Yoga Teacher

 



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