Course Name: PG Diploma In Yoga Education
Course Id: PGDYE/Q0001
Education Qualification: Graduate
Course and Exam Fee: 4000
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Education
|Name Of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Foundation Of Yoga||100||40|
|Principal Of Hath Yoga||100||40|
|Yoga and Allied Science||100||40|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology||100||40|
|History and Philosophy of Pre Primary Education||100||40|
Foundation of Yoga
Meaning and Misconceptions of Yoga, Etymology, Objectives / importance and aims of Yoga, Importance of Time, place and season. Helping and disturbing elements of Yoga, Ethics of Yoga: Yama-s and Niyama-s according to Patanjali yoga sutra, Yoga in Veda-s, Upanishad-s, Purana-s, Yoga in Smrit-s Srimadbhagvadgeeta, Karmayoga, Bhaktiyoga, Jainyoga, Raja yoga. Hath yoga, Astangayoga, kundalini Yoga, Patanjali Yoga sutra, Shrimad Bhagwadgeeta, Gheranda Samhita, Hath yoga Pradeepika, Goraksha Padati, Siddha Sidhantpadati, Hath Ratnavali, Shiv Samhita.
Principal Of Hath Yoga
Hath yoga: Its Origin, Meaning, Definition, Aims and Objects, Importance in Modern era, Sign and symptoms of success in Hath Yoga,. Contribution of Nath Tradition in Hath yoga, Mitahara, Pathya and Apathya, do and don’t in Hath yoga Sadhna, Dhauti: It techniques, benefits, precautions, contraindications and classification, Practices of Dandadhauti,Vastradhauti,Vamandhauti, Agnisardhaut, Basti, Neti ,Nauli : Its techniques ,benefits, precautions, contraindication and classification, Pranayama, Mudra-s, Chakra-s.
Yoga and Allied Science
Health Education: Meaning, Scope, Objectives and Spectrum, Principles and Importance of health education, Planning and evaluation in health education programmes, . Personal Hygiene: The concept of hygiene and personal hygiene. Importance of rest, sleep, diet and exercise, Meaning of Food Nutrient and Nutrition, Components of food, classification, sources and requirements, Meaning and Importance of Balance Diet, Malnutrition and Yogic diet, Advantages and disadvantages of Vegetarian and Non Veg diet, Physical Education: Introduction, Scope, Aims and Objectives of Physical Education, Relationship of Physical Education with Yoga, Modern Trends in Physical Education and Yoga, Yoga as Profession: Introduction to the Profession of Yoga and its opportunities, Flexibility: Meaning, Importance, Types, Methods of training and precautions.
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy & Physiology: Introduction, Need and Importance in the field of Yoga, General introduction of human body, Cell: Introduction of Cell, Tissue, Organ and System, Microscopic Structure and Functions of Cell, Tissue: Introduction, Classification, Structure, Functions and Types, Digestive System: Introduction, Structure and Functions, digestion of food (Absorption and Assimilation of food) effect of Yogic Practices on it, Circulatory System: Introduction, Structure and Function of heart, Types of Circulation and effect of Yogic Practices on it, Blood Pressure, Technique of measurement and effect of Yogic Practices on it, Respiratory System: Introduction, Structure and Function of Respiratory Organs, Mechanism and effect of Yogic Practices on it, Excretory System: Introduction, Structure and Functions of the Kidney and Skin. Composition of Urine and effect of Yogic Practices on it, Nervous System: Introduction, Central Nervous System, Autonomous Nervous System, Parts of the Brain (Name and Position only), Structure of the Spinal Cord, Effect of Yogic Practices on it.
History and Philosophy of Pre Primary Education
The History and Meaning of Yoga, Important Historical Yoga Teachers and Philosophers, Common styles of yoga, Types of Yoga, Fitness yoga, Power Yoga, Yoga Flows, Texts and Philosophy, Vedas, Upanishads, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, chapters, Main Yoga Philosophy Concepts, Key Sutras and Concepts, Yama-Universal Values of Life, Niyamas- Personal Observances, fire of the practice, dedication, self-study or study of sacred texts, awareness of and surrender to something greater, non-violence, non-killing, working with the life force energy, generally through breathing practice, withdrawal of the senses into the inner silence, concentration, giving the mind one direction of flow.
Yoga therapy-meaning, concept and areas, limitations, aim of Yoga Therapy, Principles of Yoga Therapy, Tools for Yoga Therapy- Yama, niyama, asana, pranayama ,shatkarma, mudrabandha, dhyana, Importance of Yoga Therapy In modern times, Concept of Pancha Prana, Shatchakra, concept of Panchakosha, Rules and limitations of Yoga Therapy in different diseases, Classification of Yoga classes, important rules for Yoga Therapist, rules for patient, Classification of Yoga classes, important rules for Yoga Therapist, rules for patient, Causes, Symptoms and Yogic management for some common disorders, Respiratory disorders-asthma, cold, Digestive disorders-constipation, indigestion, Circulatory disorders-high blood pressure, low blood pressure, Skeletal system-arthritis, cervical spondylitis, Reproductive system-impotency and sterility, Endocrine System-Diabetes, thyroidism, obesity, Meaning & Definition of Mental Health, elements which effect mental health.