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Certificate Course in Yoga Training / One year Diploma / Advance Diploma Course in Yoga Vidya

  • Duration: of the course is Six months / One year.

Note: only those who successfully complete the six months Certificate Course in Yoga Training are eligible for one Year Diploma Course. After completing one Year Diploma Course you can apply for one Year Advanced Diploma in Yoga Vidya.

  • Classes will be held twice a week at Institute of Special Education & Training Campus, Jaunpur, for 6 months Certificate / one year Diploma / one year Advance Diploma Course in Yoga Vidya.

Batch timings

    • morning classes :- (I) 7.00 am - 9.00 am; saturday and sunday

(II) 9.15 am - 11.15 am; saturday and sunday

    • evening classes :- (III) 5.00 pm - 7.00 pm; saturday and sunday

(IV) 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm; monday and tuesday

  • Attendance: 75% class attendance is desired from students.
  • There will be a vacation of 15 days during the course; the dates of which will be conveyed to the students well in advance.
  • Participants should come for the classes in decent and comfortable clothing, appropriate for yoga sadhna.
  • A yoga retreat for few days can be arranged with the consent of the participants, the expenses for which will be borne by the participating candidates, in addition to the course fees. The retreat will be optional and not mandatory for all.

  •   Documents required - • Identification Proof with residential Address • Latest Qualification Certificate • Two photographs, one for the identity card and the other for office record.
  • Exams: There will be written test and practical tests at the end of the course. Students must qualify to obtain their certificates; Pass marks are 40%. Total marks will be mentioned on the certificate.
  • Eligibility: This course is open for all; who can read, write and well understand Hindi or English. Education: Minimum 10th Pass. Age : No Bar
  • Scope: After completion of Certificate in Yoga Vidya, one can work professionally too. But one should keep enhancing one’s knowledge and skill.
  • The subject papers and their respective marks will be as :

PAPERS

SUBJECTS

 

FULL MARKS

 

 

 

Part I

 

Part II

One

Yoga Theory

100

 

100

Two

Yoga Theory

100

 

100

Three

Yoga Practical

100

 

100

Four

Yoga Practical

100

 

100

Five

Yoga Evaluation

100

 

100

 

Total Marks

500

 

500

  • For Queries : Contact to Head of Institution:
  • On any issue concerning this course, the decision of Institute of Special Education & Training would be final and binding.
  • Students should bring in note copy, pen and one chadar (bed sheet), preferably white, for their practical classes. Yoga sessions will be held on carpeted floor. Kindly reach 5 minutes before the class begins.

Fees

The course fees include examination fees too.

For 6 months Certificate Course in Yoga Training:

One time Full payment Rs. 5000/- for six months
All fee is payable in form of Cash/ PayTM/DD/in favour of “The Banaras Educational & Social Trust, payable at SBI , Pandeypur , Varanasi.

 

Refund of Fees:

Before the commencement of the classes, 80% of the Fee deposited will be refunded if any written request is made.
After commencement of the classes, those students who have not attended any class are eligible for refund of 75% of refundable fees till the end of the first week.

After the First week no refund of Fees will be done.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Syllabus For the six months Certificate / one Year Diploma in Yoga Vida

Detail Work Plan and Syllabus

Paper One

  • Part one (Yoga theory)
  • Yogic Prayer
  • Yoga (Meaning, Introduction, all the eight limbs)
  • Types of Yoga (Astanga, Gyan, Karma, Bhakti, Hatha, Nada, Laya, Mantra) Taking note of individual health problems of participants.
  • Distractions in the path of Yoga and its immeasurable benefits, if one keeps moving along the journey of Yoga.
  • Yoga Ahara (Yogic food) and nutrition.
  • Prana : Five major ones and their importance.
  • Human Body and its healthy functioning, with reference to the Yogic Science.

Part two (For next 6 months) : Diploma in Yoga Vidya

  • Human body and the effect of yoga on various organs of the psychosomatic system
  • Siddha (perfected and empowered) yogis (their life and methods of Sadhana)

1)     Ramakrishna Parmhansa                   2) Tulasidas ji
3)    MaaSarda Dehi Ji                                    4) Mahaveer
5)    Buddha                                                      6) Guru Gorakhnath
7)    Maharishi Patanjali                                8) Maharishi Vashishtha
9)    Maharishi Dadhichi                                10) Sufi Saints
11)  Jesus Christ                                             12) Tailang Swami

 

 

 

 

 

Paper Two

  • Part one (Yoga theory)

-         Yoga therapy (disease wise) :
a.  General weakness                                                b. Diabetes
c.     Blood Pressure (High & Low)                          d. Heart Problems
e.  Eyes                                                                            f. Asthma
g.  Obesity                                                                      h. Thyroid
i.      Arthritis                                                                    j. Backache
k.  Cancer                                                                       l. Constipation
m. Dysentery                                                                3n. Fever
o.  Irritable Bowel Syndrome/indigestion          p. Hernia

  • Life Management Tips: ( Diet, Sleep and other Aspects of life) like Temperance, Dress, Ethics, Dincharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya, Jeevan Darshan (Life’s Philosophy), Duties and Debts.
  • Spiritual Healing.
  • Shadripu (The Six Enemies), Panch Kleshas, Panch Kosh .
  • Concept of God in Shrimad Bhagavad-Gita and Patanjal Yog Darshan, Astanga Yoga in Patanjal Darshan.
  • Yoga in Bhagvad Gita. Special Reference to (Chapters 6,12,2: 47 to 59,

16: 1 to 5,17: 8 to 10, 9: 34,18: 65)

Part two (For next six months) Diploma in Yoga Vidya

- Yoga therapy (disease wise) :
a)  Kidney diseases                                                     b) Menopause
c)   Lungs (general improvement)                          d) Menstrual problems
e)  Migraine                                                                   f) Parkinson’s disease
g)  Piles                                                                            h) Prostate disorder
i)   Sinus troubles                                                         j) Skin diseases
k)  Stone                                                                         l) Varicose veins


    • Purificatory :
    • Suddhi Prakriyas (purificatory methods) in yoga and their role in preventive and curative health
    • Karma Suddhi (by Yama and Niyama)
    • Ghata Suddhi (by Shatkarma)
    • Snayu Suddhi (by Asana)
    • Prana Suddhi (by Pranayama)
    • Indriya and Mano Suddhi (by Pratyahara)
    • Antahkaran Suddhi ( by Dharana, Dhyanan and Samadhi)
  • Yogic concepts in Gita, Patanjal Yoga Darshan, Gherand Samhita, Hathe Yoga Pradeepika and teachings of God realized saints.
  • Eternal Youth
  • Relation of yoga to Ayurveda and Naturopathy; the basics of Ayurveda and Naturopathy to be taught.
  • Ultimate aim of human life and how to go about achieving it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper Three

  • Part one (Yoga practical)
  • Introduction to the entire Pawanmuktasana series.
  • Shatkarma (The Six Yogic Cleansing Methods) :
  • Kapalbhatis (Vatkrama, Vyutkrama, and Sheetkrama)
  • Tratakas                                c. Netis (Jal, Cathetar, Ghrit)

d. Dhautis (Kunjal, Agnisar, LaghooSankha Prakshalana)

  • Surya and Chandra Namaskara.
  • Yoga Nidra

 

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Asanas:

 

1.

inverted :

Bhumipadmastakasana, Vipareetkarni, Sarvangasana, PadmaSarvangasana, Halasana

2.

Backward :

Makrasana, Bhujangasana, Shalabhasana, Dhanurasana, Kandharasana, Setuasana, Grivasana, lying Chakrasana, Pristhasana.

  • Forward :                   Saithalyasana, Paschimottanasana, ArdhaPadma

Paschimottanasana, Garbhasana, Meruakarshanasana, Koormasana, Ekapadasirasana, Ekapada- Padmottanasana.

  • spinal twist :            MeruVakrasana, Bhunamanasana,

Ardhmatsyendrasana, Markatasana, Utthiapadaprasar Vakrasana

  • Balancing : EkapadaPranamasana and its variations, EkaPadasana, Natrajasana, Garudasana, Bakasana, Brahmcharyasana, PadmParvatasana, Merudandasana and its variations, Padangusthasana, Bakadhyanasana
  • premeditative: Ananda Maadirasana, Padadirasana
  • meditative : Sukhasana, ArdhPadmasana, Padmasana, Siddhasana, Siddhayoniasana, Swastikasana, Dhyanveerasana.
  • relaxation : Shavasana, Advasana, Jyestikasana, Matsyakridasana, Balasana, Makrasana, Saithilyasana, Sasankasana, Vrishabhasana.
  • other useful Asanas : Vajrasana, Singhasana, Tadasana, Tanasana, Mandookasana, Utkatasana, Kagasana

-         Pranayama’s:

    • Yogic Breathing                                       2. Naadi Shodhanand its stages

3. Sheetali                                                      4. Sheetakari
5. Bhramari                                                    6. Ujjai
7. Bhastrika                                                   8. Kapalbhati
9. SuryaBheda                                              10. Bahyavritti

Part two (For next six months) Diploma in Yoga Vidya

  • Shaktikarma : Neti (Sutra, with Ayurvedic Medicine)
  • Dhauti (Poornashankhaprakshalana, Vastra Dhauti)
  • Nauli
  • Vasti

-         Asanas:

  • inverted :            Ardhapadma Halasana, Shirsasana and its variations, Vrischikasana.
  • Backward : Gomukhasana, Ustrasana, standing Chakrasana, Swanasana, Poonashalabhasana
  • Forward :             Padaprasarpaschimottan, Hanumanasana,

Dwipadsirasana, Dwipadakandharasana, Sirsha Padangusthasana

  • spinal twist : Parivritti Janusirshasana
  • Balancing : Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana, Astavakrasana, Kukkutasana, Ardha Baddhapadmottan, Vatayanasana, Eka Pada Bakadhyanasana, Santolanasana and variations,                Kashyapasana,                                 Vishwamitrasana, Dwihastasantolanasana, Mayurasana.
  • premeditative : Butterfly and legs flexibility postures to be practised thoroughly
  • meditative : Moolabandhasana, Bhadrasna
  • relaxation : Tanasana, Ashwavishram Asana

Pranayama’s:

Elongation of Yogic breathing,                         Abhyantarvritti
Stambhavritti                                                         Bahyabhyantarvisyakshepi

 

Paper Four

 

  • Part one (Yoga practical)
  • Kriyas for eyes (All Rotations, Massage, Palming).
  • Pratyahara (Withdrawl of the Indriyas, for their healthy functioning).

MUDRAS : Vipareetkarani Mudra, Kaki Mudra.

  • BANDHAS: Mool, Uddiyana, Jalandhar, Tribandha.
  • Brahmacharya - its meaning, benefits and practice methods.
  • Asanas helpful for Pratyahara and Brahmacharya: Siddhasana, Padmasana, Moolbandhasana, Vipareetkarni Asana, koormasana, Padangusthasana, Bhadrasana, Brahmacharyasana.
  • Meditation and its types: IshtaDhyan, also called Sthool Dhyan, Jyoti Dhyan, Sookshma Dhyan.

Part two (For next six months) Diploma in Yoga Vidya

  • Kundalini (Cleaning and Awakening)
  • Trataka - Nadasadhana
    • Mudras : Sambhavi, Ashwini, Pasini, Kaki, Hasta Mudras
    • Nabhi Pariksha (navel examination) and methods to correct its position and provide strength to it.
    • Brahmacharyasana (Elongated Duration and Precision)
    • Methods of teaching yoga science (practical lessons to be taken. At least 15 minutes session to be taken by participants ).
    • Meditations : Preksha, Istadhyan in elongated durations with variations of traditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper Five

  • Part one & part two (Yoga evaluation)



One year advanced Diploma Course in Yoga Vidya
There will be 5 papers

S.No.

Papers

Subject

Full marks

1.

One

Yoga theory

100

2.

Two

Yoga theory

100

3.

Three

Yoga practical

100

4.

Four

Yoga practical

100

5.

Five

Yoga Evaluation

100

-     Course Fee: one Year Course fee can be given in two equal installments of Rs. 5000/- each for six months.

-    Towards the end of the One Year course written & practical exams will    be taken & grades & marks will be given as per the performance of the candidate.

 

 

 

 

 

Syllabus

Paper I – Theory

 

  • CONCEPT OF JITENDRIYATA & ITS TOOLS OF BHAKTI, ‘SAUCH’, ‘TAPAS’, BRAHMACHARYA & ISHWAR PRANIDHANA.

Management of all common diseases from standard texts.
The management of these diseases will be basically on principles of yoga,‘ahar chikitsa (yogic food therapy), naturopathy, mudra therapy and spiritual healing.

    • General Weakness 2. Diabetes 3. B.P. (high & low) 4. Heart problems

5. Eyes 6. Asthma 7. Obesity 8. Thyroid 9. Anthritis 10. Backache 11. Constipation 12. Dysentery 13. Fever 14. Irritable Bowel syndrome 15. Hernia 16. Cancer 17. Kidney 18. Menstrual problems & menopause 19. Piles 20. Prostate 21. Stone 22. Lungs.

Paper II - Theory

 

  • Physiological, mental & spiritual effects of yamas, niyamas, shatkarmas, yogasanas, pranayamas, bandhas, mudras, meditation & bhajans.
  • Different systems of the human body & their perfect maintenance as per yoga rules (a) Digestive (b) blood circulatory (c) lymphatic (d) respiratory

(e) skeletal (f) muscular (g) nervous (h) urinary (i) reproductive or (j) sensory (eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin) (k) glandular (l) metabolic.

  • Nadis- Their locations & functions as per Shiv Samhita & Goraksha Samhita.

Paper III - Practical

  • Thorough practice of yamas, niyamas, asanas, pranayamas, pratayahara, dharana, dhyan leading to samadhi. All these items as defined in original yoga scriptures & their thorough and complete practice.

 

  • Yamas & niyamas act as solid foundation. In asanas besides the 32 asanas mentioned in Gherand Samhita the other important ones in the inverted, backward, forward, spinal twist, balancing, sitting, standing, lying, rotative, meditative & relaxation, groups to be done after knowing its method, contraindications & benefits.
  • In pranayamas all from Patanjal Yoga Darshan & Hatha yoga texts.
  • Pratyahara practices from Patanjal Yoga Darshan, Gherand Samhita, Hatha Yoga Pradeepika, Shiv Samhita & Geeta.
  • Dharana, Dhyan, Samadhi from standard references.

Thorough practice of all 8 limbs of yoga for development of very strong mind, body (supple & solid) spirit (spiritual elevation) and material sufficiency.
Yoga for Children, Youth, Elderly & Women.


Paper IV

    • DEFINITION OF SHATKARMA.

Shatkarmas (theory & practice in details) Bandhas

    • Mudras along with hasta mudras. Techniques of yogic relaxation. (Yoga Aahar & Yoga vihar suddhi)
    • Self management (Brahma muhurta jagran, priorities of life to fix, time management etc.)
    • Yoga & Swar Vigyan
    • Panch Prana & Panch Upprana-their locations and functions.
    • Definition of Chakras, their position & awakening method.
    • Nada & its sadhana.
    • Asta Siddhis.
    • Methods of mind control.
    • Essentials of Bhagvad Gita, Patanjal Yoga Darshan, Gherand Samhita, Hatha Yoga Pradeepika & Shiva Samhita.

Details Yoga Certificates Course in Yoga Training Details (200 Hrs)
Name of Unit

  • Introduction to Yoga and Yogic Practices
    • Yoga : Etymology, Defilation, aim, objectives and misconceptions.
    • Yoga : its origin, history and development
    • Guiding principles to be followed by yoga practitioner.
    • Principal of Yoga
    • Introduction to major school of yoga
    • Introduction to Yoga practices for health and wellbeing.
    • Introduction to Satkarma.
    • Introduction to Yogic Sukshma Vyayama, Sthula Vayayamaand Surya Namaskara.
    •  Introduction to Yogasana
    • Introduction to Pranayama and Dhyana and their health benefits.
  • Introduction to Yoga Texts
    • Introduction and study of Patanjala Yog Sutra.
    • Introduction to and study of Bhagvadgeeta.
    • Introduction and study of Hathpradipika
    • General introduction to Prasthanatrayee.
    • Concepts and principal of Diet.
    • Significance of Hatha Yoga.
    • Concepts of Healthy Living
    • Yogic Practices of Patanjala Yoga
    • Concepts of Mental Welbeing.
    • Importance of subjective experiences in daily Yoga Practices.
  • Yoga for Health Promotion
    • Brief introduction to Human Body.
    • Meaning and Means of Health promotions and role of Yoga in health promotions.
    • Yogic positive attitudes
    • Concepts of Bhavas
    • Dinchatya and Rituchariya with respect to Yogic Life Style
    • Holistic approach of Yoga Towards health and diseases
    • Introduction to First aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation.
    • Yogic management of stress and its consequences.
    • Yoga in presentation of metabolic and respiratory disorders.
    • Yoga for personality development  
  • Practical
  • Demonstration Skills
    • Prayer: Concept and recitation of Pranava and Hymns.
    • Yoga Cleansing Techneques
    • Yogic Sukshma Vyayama and Sthula Vyayama
    • Yogic Surya Namaskara
    • Yogasana
    • Preparatory Breathing Practices
    • Pryanayama
    • Understanding of Mudra
    • Practices Leading to Mediation nad Dhyana Sadhana
  • Teaching Skills

 

Recommended Books

 

  • Yoga Vidya by Yogacharya Kundan Kumar.
  • Patanjal Yaga Darshan - Gita Press
  • Hatha Yoga Pradeepika
  • Gherand Samhita
  • Srimad Bhagvadgita - Gita Press
  • Sant Ank - Gita Press
  • Narad Bhakti Sutra
  • Shandilya Bhakti Sutra
  • Cure through Yoga books - Yogic Management of common diseases by Swami Satyanand Saraswati and Others
  • Natural health and Yoga - Dr Brij Bhushan Goel
  • Holistic Living by Yogacharya Kundan Kumar.
  • Shiv Samhita