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KAIVALYADHAMA S.M.Y.M.

SAMITI,
GORDHANDAS SEKSARIA COLLEGE OF YOGA & CULTURAL SYNTHESIS
(Recognized by the Ministry of Education , Government of India As an All India Institute of Higher Education (Since 1962) Grant in Aid by Ministry of HRD, Government of India and Department of Higher & Technical Education Govt. of
Maharashtra)

Prospectus
(Contains the syllabus for all the yoga courses)
Swami Kuvalayananda Marg, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla. Dist.-Pune- 410403, Email- info@kdham.com, Pls. log on to www.kdham.com Phone- 02114273001, 273039, Fax No. 02114-271983

S.N.

Name of the Course

Page No.

01

P.G.Diploma in Yoga Education (P.G.D.Y.Ed.)

04

02

Certificate Course in Yoga (CCY)

34

03

Adv. Teachers Training in Yoga (Adv. TTC)

43

04

Foundation Course in Yoga & Traditional Texts (FCYTT)

54

05

Foundation Course in Yoga & Ayurveda

59

06

P.G.Diploma in Yoga Therapy (P.G.D.Y.T.)

63

07

B.A. (Yoga Shastra)

89

(FCYA)

P.G.DIPLOMA IN YOGA EDUCATION


(P.G.D.Y.Ed.)

I PAPER: PATANJALA YOGA SUTRA (PYS)


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: 22 ( 1 Credit, 2 Hrs.)


1.A.1.Introduction of Yoga
1.A.2.Histroy of Yoga
1.A Concept of Yoga

1.A.3.Meaning of the word Yoga


1.A.4.Definitions of Yoga

Total Lectures 10
1.B.1 Indian philosophy
1.B Darshan

Dip. I

1.B.2 Orthodox and Heterodox

Total Lectures 4

I.1.History & Introduction

1.C.1 Evolution theory


1.C Sankhya

1.C.2 Satkaryavada

Total Lectures 3
1.D Relation

1.D.1 Sankhya & Patanjal Yoga Sutra

Total Lectures 2
1.E.1 Traditional commentaries

1.E Patanjala Yoga Sutra

1.E.2 Other related commentaries

Total Lectures 3

HRS.
2 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
10 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
1 Hr
2 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
3 Hrs.

UNIT II, TOTAL LECTURES: 27 ( 1 Credit, 7 Hrs.)


Dip. II

I.2.Conceptual Understanding
of Samadhipada

2.A Defination of Yoga

2.A.1 According to Patanjali


2.A.2 Other definitions

2 Hrs.
1 Hrs.

Remarks

Total Lectures
2.B.1 Defination of YogaChitta
2.B.2 Chittabhumis

2.B Concept of Chitta

2.B.3 Chittavrittis
2.B.4 Nirodhopaya- Abhyasa

Total Lectures
2.C Concept of Ishvara
2.D Chittavikshepas ( antarayas)

2.C.1 Practice of Ishvarapranidhana


2.D.1 Methods for Chittaprasadana

Total Lectures
2.E.1 Samprajnata
2.E.2 Asamprajnata

2.E Concept of Samadhi

2.E.3 Samapatti
2.E.4 Nirbija Samadhi

Total Lectures

3 Hrs
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
8 Hrs
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
8 Hrs
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
8 Hrs

UNIT II, TOTAL LECTURES: 29 ( 1 Credit,9 Hrs.)


3.A Kriyayoga
3.B Kleshas

Dip. III

I.3.Conceptual Understanding
of Sadhanapada

Andan educational value Kriyayoga

Total Lectures
Their remedy

Total Lectures
3.C Heya

Their remedy

Heyahetu

Their remedy

Hana

Their remedy

Hanopaya

Their remedy

Total Lectures

4 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
5 Hrs.
5 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
4 Hrs.

3.D.1 Drashta
3.D Natur of

3.D.2 Drishya
3.D.3 Samyoga

Total Lectures
3.E Yoga-anga-abhyasa
3.F Yoga-anga-anushthana
3.G Viveka-khyati
3.H Ritambhara-prajna
3.I Saptabhumi-prajna

Total Lectures

2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
10 Hrs.

UNIT IV, TOTAL LECTURES: 20 ( 1 Credit, 4 Hrs.)

Dip.IV

I.4.Concept & Practice of EightFold Path

4.A Yamas

Concept and Practice

4.B Niyama

Concept and Practice

4.C Asanas

Concept and Practice

4.D Pranayama

Concept and Practice

4.E Pratyahara

Concept and Practice

4.F Dharana

Concept and Practice

4.G Dhyana

Concept and Practice

4.H Samadhi

Concept and Practice

4.I Samyama
4.J Patanjala Yoga Sadhana

Total Lectures

2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
20 Hrs.

II PAPER: YOGIC TEXTS


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

HRS.

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: 21 ( 1 Credit, 1 Hrs.)


1.A.1.Definitions
1.A.2.Schools of Yoga
1.A.3.Bhavana Yoga
1.Jnana

2 Hrs.

2.Karma
3.Bhakti
1.A.4.Prana Samyama Yoga

Dip. I

II.1.Introduction and Prerequisites

1.Mantra

1.A Concept of Yoga

2.Htha
3.Laya
4.Rajayoga

2 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.

1.A.5.Hath Yoga
1.Tradition
2.Brief Introduction

1 Hrs.

3.Eminent Hathayogis of Nath Cult

Total Lectures

Dip. I

II.1.Introduction and Prerequisites

1.B Important Hathayoga Texts & their


salient features

8 Hrs.

1.B.1 Siddha-siddhanta Paddhati


1.Structure
2.Profile & Content

1 Hrs.

Remarks

3.Importance
1.B.2 Goraksha Shataka
1.Structure
2.Profile & Content

1 Hrs.

3.Importance
1.B.3 Shiva Samhita
1.Structure
2.Profile & Content

1 Hrs.

3.Importance
1.B.4 Hathapradipika
1.Structure
2.Profile & Content

1 Hrs.

3.Importance
1.B.5 Gheranda Samhita
1.Structure
2.Profile & Content

1 Hrs.

3.Importance

Dip. I

II.1.Introduction and Prerequisites

1.C Concepts for Yoga Practitioners

Total Lectures

5 Hrs.

1.C.1 Ideal place

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
3 Hrs.

1.C.2 Ideal hut


1.C.3 Types of Aspirants

Total Lectures
Dip. I

II.1.Introduction and Pre-

1.D.Sadhaka (Facilitating )

1.D.1 Concept of mitahara

1 Hrs.

requisites

1.D.2 Concept of pathya


1.D.3 Concept of Apathya
1.D.4 Concept of Badhaka
1.D.Badhaka ( Obstructing Factors)

1.D.5 Factors

Total Lectures

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
5 Hrs.

UNIT II, TOTAL LECTURES:20 Hrs (1 Credit, Hrs.)


2.A.1 Antiquity
2.A.Asana

Dip. II

2.A.2 Definitions
2.A.3 Classification
2.A.4 Hathaapradipika
2.A.5 Gheranda Samhita

II.1.Asannas & Shodhan Kriyas in


Yoga

2.B.1Importance
2.B.2 Shuddhi kriya
2.B.Cleansing processes

2.B.3 Pancha Karma


2.B.4 Hathapradipika
2.B.5 Gheranda Samhita

Total Lectures
UNIT III, TOTAL LECTURES: ( Credit, Hrs.)
3.A.1 Evolution

Dip. III

II.1. Pranayama / Kumbhaka and


Bandhas

3.A.Pranayama

3.A.2 Components
3.A.3 Importance of three bandhas & Its
appropriate applications.
3.A.4 Yukta

2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
20 Hrs.

2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.

2 Hrs.

3.A.5 Ayukta
3.A.6 Concepts in Hathayoga
1.Kanda and Nadi
2.NadiShodhana Pranayama

3 Hrs.
2 Hrs.

3.A.7 NadiShodhana Pranayama


1.Hathapradipika
2.Gheranda Samhita
3.A.1 Hathaprdipika
3.A.2 Gheranda Samhita

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.

3.A.3 Special studies


1.Suryabhedana
3.B.Eight Kumbhakas

2.Ujjayi
3.Bhramari
4.Bhastrikaand
5.Keval / kevali

Total Lectures
UNIT IV, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 14 Hrs.)
Concept of kundalini and its arousal

4.A. Concept of Kundalini


& Mudra
Dip. IV

Importance and purpose of Mudras


Mudras in Hathapradipika
Mudras in Gherand Smhita

Total Lectures
4.B. Concept Dharana

Dharana in hathayoga
Five Dharanas

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
24 Hrs.

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.

Concept of Pratyahara

IV.Kundalini & Mudra


Dharana/ Dhyana

Concept of Marmasthanas

Total Lectures

Nadanusandhana
Svarodaya-YOGA
Mudra

4.C. Concept Dhyana


Nadanusandhana

Dhyana with special reference to Gheranda


Samhita
Concept and technique of Samadhi in
Gheranda Samhita
Concept of nadanusandhana
stages of nadanusandhana

Total Lectures
4.D.Shiva Svarodaya

Importance of Svarodaya Jnana in with


special reference to Shiva Svarodaya
relevance of svara jnana in health and
disease.

Total Lectures

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
14 Hrs.

III PAPER: CULTURAL SYNTHESIS AND VALUE EDUCATION


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 18 Hrs.)


1.A.1.Various Definitions
1.A Concept of Culture
1.A.2.Understanding Cilivization

Total Lectures
1.B.1 Relation: Culture & Civilization
1.B Culture & Civilization

1.B.2 Culture & Humanitarianism

Total Lectures
1.C.1 Yoga & Culture
1.C In relation with Yoga

1.C.2 Yoga & Humanitarianism

Total Lectures
1.D.1 Salient features of Indian Culture

Dip. I

III.1.Yoga and Culture

1.D.2 Basic Understanding of Indian Culture


1.D Indian Culture

1.D.3 Core of Indian Culture


1.D.4 Concept of Sanskruti

Total Lectures
1.E.1 Indian Culture & Yoga
1.E Indian Culture & Yoga

1.E.2 Relation & Integration

Total Lectures
1.G Western Culture
1.H Similarities & Difference

1.G.1. What is Western Culture

Total Lectures
1.H.2 Indian Culture & Western Culture

Total Lectures

HRS.
2 Hrs
2 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
4 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hrs.

Remarks

UNIT II , TOTAL LECTURES: 37 ( 1 Credit, 17 Hrs.)


2.A Introduction to Philosophy
2.A.1 Introduction to Philosophy
2.A.2 What is Philosophy

2 Hr.

2.A.3 Meaning of word Philosophy


2.A.4 Indian Philosophy

otal Lectures

2.B Six Darsahnas

Dip. I

2.B.1.Brief Introduction of Six Darsahnas


2.B.2.Samkhya: Concept of Soul, Bondage &
Libration
2.B.3.Yoga: Concept of Soul, Bondage &
Libration
2.B.4.Role
2.B.5.Inmportance

III.2. Yoga & Philosophy

Total Lectures
2.C.1Philosophy of Sri Arvindo
2.C Modern Indian Philosophers & Yoga

2.C.2Contribution to Yoga

Total Lectures
2.D.1Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda
2.D Swami Vivekananda

2.D.2Contribution to Yoga

Total Lectures
2.E.1Philosophy of Swami Kuvalyananda
2.E Swami Kuvalyananda

2.E.2Contribution to Yoga

Total Lectures
UNIT III , TOTAL LECTURES: 27 Hrs ( 1Credit, 7 Hrs.)

2 Hr.
4 HRs.
2 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
5 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
7 HRs.
5 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
7 HRs.
5 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
7 HRs.

3.A Religion

Dip. I

III.3. Yoga, Religions &


Mysticism

3.B Diversity in Religion

3.C Mysticism

3.A.1.Concept of religion

1 Hr

3.A.2.Meaning of religion

2 Hrs.

3.A.3.Significance of religion

4 Hrs.

Total Lectures

7 Hrs.

3.B.1 Buddhism- four Arya Satyas

2 Hrs.

3.B.2 Yoga & Buddhism

2 Hrs.

3.B.3 Islam- teaching of Islam

2 Hrs.

3.B.4 Yoga & Islam

2 Hrs.

3.B.5 Christianity : teaching of Islam

3 Hrs.

3.B.6 Yoga & Christianity

2 Hrs.

Total Lectures

13 Hrs.

3.C.1.Basic Principles

2 Hrs.

3.C.2.Importance

2 Hrs.

3.C.3.Yoga & Mysticism

3 Hrs.

Total Lectures

7 Hrs.

UNIT IV , TOTAL LECTURES: 42 Hrs. ( 2 Credit, 2 Hrs.)


4.A.1 Salient Features of Education
1 Hr

4.A.2 Meaning of Education


4.A.3 Scope of Education

Dip. I

III.4. Yoga Education & Value


Education

4.A Education

4.A.4 Goal of Education


4.A.5 Importance of Education

1 Hr

4.A.6 Factors of Yoga Education :Teacher


4.A.7

:Student

4.A.8

:Teaching

1 Hr

Total Lectures
4.C Relationship

4.D Value Education

2 Hr

Total Lectures

2 Hr

4.D.1.Salient Features of Value

2 Hrs.

4.D.2.Concept of Value

2 Hrs.

4.D.3.Definition of Value

2 Hrs.

4.D.4.Role of Values in Society

2 Hrs.

4.D.5.Functions of Values in Society

2 Hrs.

4.D.6 Value Hierachy


4.D.7.Classification of Values

2 Hrs.

4.D.8.Purusharthas & Panchkosha

2 Hrs.

4.D.9.Yogic Values

2 Hrs.

Total Lectures

18 Hrs.

4.E.1 Meaning
4.E Salient Features of Value Education

2 Hrs.

1 Hr

4.E.2 Aims & Objectives

2 Hrs.

4.E.3 Contents
4.E.4 Role of Teacher

2 Hrs.

Total Lectures

4.F Yoga & Value Education

3 Hrs.

4.C.1Education, Society & Values

4.F.1 Contribution of Ashtanga Yoga With


reference to Yama and Niyam
4.F.2 Contribution of Hatayoga Asanas and
Mudras
4.F.3 Contribution of Kriyayoga- Tapa,
Swadhyay, and Ishwer Pranidhan.

Total Lectures

2 Hrs.

7 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
4 Hrs.

12 Hrs.

IV PAPER: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF HUMAN BODY


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: 72 ( 3 Credit, 12 Hrs.)


1.A General Terms in Anatomy
1.A.1. General Terms in Anatomy
1.B General Terms in Physiology
1.B.1 General Terms in Physiology
1.C Importance of the subject

1.C.1

Total Lectures

HRS.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.

1.D.1 With respect to Yogic Field


1.D.2 Anatomy and gastro-intestinal track
1.D Digestive System

1.D.3 Anatomy of digestive glands

7 Hrs.

1.D.4 Process of digestion and defecation

Total Lectures
Dip. I

IV.1.Basics of Anatomy &


Physiology

7 Hrs.

1.E.1 Macro anatomy: Respiratory track.


1.E.2 Micro-anatomy: Respiratory track.
1.E Respiratory system

1.E.3 Lung- Anatomy & Capacities.

5 Hrs.

1.E.4 Diaphragm and Respiratory muscles.

Total Lectures

5 Hrs.

1.F.1 Heart- Macro-microanatomy

1.F Circulatory system

1.F.2Blood vessels-Artery, Vein, Capillary etc


1.F.2Physiology of circulation and its
regulation
1.F.3Metabolism: Factors affecting
metabolism

Total Lectures

10 Hrs.

10 Hrs.

Remarks

1.G.1 Properties and types of muscles

1.G Muscular System

1.G.2 Neuromuscular co-ordination


1.G.3 Mechanism of contraction and
stretching

5 Hrs.

1.G.4 Muscles of chest and abdomen


1.G.5 Muscles of upper limbs and face

Total Lectures

5 Hrs.

1.H.1 Types and properties of bones and


cartilage
1.H.2 Anatomy of vertebral column and skull
1.H Skeletal system

Dip. I

IV.1.Basics of Anatomy &


Physiology

1.H.3 Anatomy and functioning of pelvis


1.H.4 Anatomy and functioning of knee and
ankles
1.H.5 Anatomy and functioning of thoracic
cage

5 Hrs.

Total Lectures

5 Hrs.

1.H.1.Anatomy and functioning of cerebrum


1.H.2.Anatomy and functioning of limbic
system
1.I Nervous System

1.J Endocrine system

1.H.3.Autonomous nervous system

10 Hrs.

1.H.4.Anatomy of spinal cord.


1.H.5.Nerve cell- microanatomy and
physiology

Total Lectures

10 Hrs.

1.J.1 Pituatary gland- anatomy and physiology


1.J.2 Thyroid, parathyroid anatomy and
physiology

5 Hrs.

1.J.3 Thymus- anatomy and physiology


1.J.4 Stress gland (Adrenals)-Anatomy and
physiology

1.K Excretion:Urinary system

Total Lectures

5 Hrs.

1.K.1 Anatomy of the Urinary track


1.K.2 Urine thrishold and Regulation of
kidney function
1.K.3 Physiology of menstruation, pregnancy,
lactation and menopause

6 Hrs.

Total Lectures

6 Hrs.

1.L.1 Anatomy and physiology of Eye


1.L Special senses

Dip. I

IV.1.Basics of Anatomy &


Physiology

1.M Defense mechanism:Immunity

1.L.2 Anatomy and physiology of Ear

2 Hrs.

1.L.3 Anatomy and physiology of Nose

Total Lectures

2 Hrs

1.M.1 Concept and Types of immunity

2 Hrs
2 Hrs
4 Hrs

1.M.2 Factors affecting immunity

Total Lectures
UNIT II, TOTAL LECTURES: 65 ( 3 Credit, 5 Hrs.)
2.A.1 Anatomy and Physiology of Asana

Dip. I

IV.2 Anatomy and physiology of


Yogic practices Yogic practices:
Therapeutic application

2.A.2 Basic concepts of Asana

2.A. Asana

2.A.3 Asana and Physical exercise


2.A.4 Psychophysiology of Asana
2.A.5 Progress in the Asana- Effort to
Effortlessness

10 Hrs.

2.A.5 Types of Asana- various views

Total Lectures
(I) Meditative Asana

10 Hrs.

2.A.6 Anatomy and Physiology of Siddhasana


2.A.7 Anatomy and Physiology of Padmhasana
2.A.8 Anatomy and physiology of Vajrasana

2 Hrs.

2.A.9 Anatomy and physiology of Virasana

Total Lectures
(II)Relaxative Asana
2.A.10 Practice and effect and limitations of
Shavasana
2.A.11Practice, effect and limitations of
Makarasana

Total Lectures
(III)Backward-bending Asana
2.A.12 Practice, effect and limitations of
Dhanurasana
2.A.13 Practice, effect and limitations of
Naukasana.
2.A.14 Practice, effect and limitations of
Matsyasana
2.A.15 Practice, effect and limitations of
Suptavajrasana.
2.A.16 Practice, effect and limitations of
Bhujangasana
2.A.17 Practice, effect and limitations of
shalabhasana
2.A.18 Practice, effect and limitations of
Ushtrasana

2 Hrs.

1 Hr
1 Hrs.

4 Hrs

2.A.19 Practice, effect and limitations of


chakrasana.

Total Lectures
(IV)Forward Bending Asana
2.A.20 Practice, effect and limitations of
Yogamudra
2.A.21 Practice, effect and limitations of
Shashankasana.
Practice, effect and limitations of
Paschimottanasana
2.A.22 Practice, effect and limitations of
Padhastasana.
2.A.23 Practice, effect and limitations of
Bhadrasana
2.A.24 Practice, effect and limitations of
Ugrasana.

Dip. I

IV.2 Anatomy and physiology of


Yogic practices Yogic practices:
Therapeutic application

2.A. Asana

Total Lectures
(V)Twisting Asana
2.A.25 Practice, effect and limitations
2.A.26 Practice, effect and limitations of
Vakrasana
2.A.27 Practice, effect and limitations of
Matsyendrasana.
2.A.28 Practice, effect and limitations of
Janushirsasana
2.A.29 Practice, effect and limitations of
Triconasana.

Total Lectures
(VI)Standing Asanas

4 Hrs

3 Hrs.

3 Hrs

2 Hrs.

2 Hrs

2.A.30 Practice, effect and limitations of


Tadasana
2.A.31 Practice, effect and limitations of
Parvatasana
2.A.32 Practice, effect and limitations of
virabhadrasana
2.A.33 Practice, effect and limitations of
Utkatasana
2.A.34 Practice, effect and limitations of
Garudasana.
2.A.35 Practice, effect and limitations of
Vrukshasana
2.A.36 Practice, effect and limitations of
Natarajasana

Total Lectures
(VII)Inverted Asanas
2.A.37 Practice, effect and limitations of
viparitakarani
2.A.38 Practice, effect and limitations of
Sarvangasana
2.A.39 Practice, effect and limitations of
Shirshasana

Total Lectures
(VIII) Lifting the body on hands
2.A.40 Practice, effect and limitations of
Mayurasana
2.A.41 Practice, effect and limitations of
Kukkutasana
2.A.42 Practice, effect and limitations of
Bakasana.

4 Hrs.

4 Hrs

2 Hrs.

4 Hrs

2 Hrs.

2.A.43 Shoulder Injuries during Yogic


practices.

Total Lectures
2.B Pranayama

2.B.1 Concept and effect of Pranayama


2.B.1 Pranayama as a stress breaking
mechanism- Neurophysiology
2.B.3 Effect of pranayama on various system
2.B.4 Pranayama - ultered metabolism and
rejuvenation of cell
2.B.4 Preparation for the practice of
pranayama
2.B.5 Concept of Bandha and kevala
kumbhaka

IV.2 Anatomy and physiology of


Yogic practices Yogic practices:
Therapeutic application

2.B.6 Advancement in Pranayama


2.B.7 Technique and effect of Anulom-viloma

Dip. I

2.B.8 Technique and effect of Ujjayi


2.B.9 Technique and effect of suryabhedana
2.B.10 Technique and effect of
Chandrabhedana
2.B.11 Technique and effect of Bhastrica

Total Lectures
2.C.1 Traditional view

2.C Shuddhi Kriya

2.C.2 Scientific view

Total Lectures
2.D Subtle practices & its effects

2.D.1 Concept of Meditation


2.D.2 Traditional Approach

2 Hrs.
32Hrs
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
15 Hrs
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 Hr

2.D.3 Scientific approach

Total Lectures
2.E Yoga as a life style

2.E.1Yama and Niyama-As a daily routine,


seasonal routine
2.E.2 Management of Diet, Sleep, Exercise,
Communication skills

Total Lectures
2.F.1 Meaning of the terms Yoga and Therapy

2.F Yoga Therapy

1 Hr
3 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 hr
2 Hrs.

2.F.2 Stress management through yoga


2.F.3 Back
Pain,Obesity,Diabeter,Hypertentioin,Asthama,
IHD,Ageing Problems,Cervicla
spondylosis,sleep disorder
Chronic depression, Personality disorder

Total Lectures

10
12 Hrs.

V PAPER: YOGA & MENTAL HEALTH


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURE: 29 (1 Credit, 9 Hrs.)


1.A.1 A brief Introduction to yoga

1.A. Evolution of Psychology

1.A.2 Evolution of Psychology


1.A.3 Similarities and dissimilarities
1.Science of Yoga
2.Science of Psychology

Total Lectures
Dip. I

V.1.Psychology and
Health
in the context of yoga

1.B.1 Psychological definition of yoga


1.B.2 Its advantages and limitations
1.B.3 Psychological means and methods
1.B Psychology & Yoga

1.B.4 Defination of Health


1.B.4 Defination of Mental Health
1.B.5 Defination of Mental Hygiene
1.B.6 Defination of Total health

Total Lectures

HRS.
7 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
18 Hrs
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
11 Hrs

UNIT II, TOTAL LECTURES: 27 ( 1 Credit, 7 Hrs.)


2.A.1 Normality in yoga and Psychology

Dip. II

2.A Normality & Abnormality

2.A.2 Theories and models in Psychology


2.A.3 Psychosomatic abnormalities /
disorders

7 Hrs
4 Hrs

Remarks

V.2 Normality,
Abnormality
Personality
Integration

1.Freudian approach
2.A.4 Causes of all existential Disorders

6 Hrs

1.Patanjala Yoga Sutra


2.A.5 Remedial measures on all existential
Disorders

3 Hrs

1.Laghu Yoga Vasishtha and Hathapradipika

Total Lectures

20 Hrs.

2.B.1.Personality Development and yoga

Dip. II

V.2. Normality,
Abnormality
Personality
Integration

2.B Personality Integration

2.B.2 Modern theories of personality, nature


& nurture
2.B.3 Indian approach to personality and
personality integration

Total Lectures

7 Hrs

7 Hrs.

UNIT III, TOTAL LECTURES: 26 ( 1 Credit, 6 Hrs.)


3.A.1 Personal and interpersonal adjustment
through yogic methods

Dip.
III

V.3.Psycho-Social
Implications of yoga

3.A. Adjustment

4 Hrs

1.Niyamas & Yamas


3.A.2 Attitude towards yoga

5 Hrs

Psychological & yogic method


3.A.3 Tackling ill effects of conflict and
Frustration

4 Hrs

Yogic methods

4 Hrs

3.A.4.Yoga Psychology
3.A.5 As a discipline for achieving Personality
Integration?

5 Hrs

3.A.6 Synthesis between psychology and yoga


towards a total Personality Development

Total Lectures

4 Hrs
26 Hrs.

UNIT IV, TOTAL LECTURES: 35 ( 1 Credit, 15 Hrs.)


4.A Stress
4.B Stress Management

V.4 Stress Management

Dip. IV

4.C Yogic Life Style

4.A.1 Concept of stress


4.A.2 Modern Psychological
4.B.1 A brief account of psycho-physiological
and Attitude Forming Methods
1.Patanjala Yoga Sutra
4.C.1 Total Self Expression

Yogic Life Style &

4.C.2 Self Development


4.D.1 Prayer: a crosscultural approach

Prayer for a Total Self


Development

4.C.2 To mento-spiritual development

4.D. Prayer

4.C.3 Psychology of prayer

5 Hrs
3 Hrs.
7 Hrs.
4 Hrs
4 Hrs

4 Hrs

4.C.4 Benefits of prayer

4 Hrs
2.To the common man 4 Hrs
35 Hrs.
1.To the yoga Sadhaka

VI PAPER: TEACHING METHODS FOR YOGIC PRACTICES)


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

HRS.

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 6 Hrs.)


1.A.1. Define Yoga
1.A.2. Define Education

1.A. Yoga Education

1.A.3. Introduction of Yoga Education


1.A.4. Current need for yoga teaching &
practice

1 Hr

Total Lectures
Dip. I

1.B.1 Define teaching methods

VI.1. Introducation
1.B.Teaching and Learning

1.B.2 Concept of Teaching

1 Hr

1.B.3 Concept of Learning


1.B.4.Factors influencing the teaching method,

1 Hr

Total Lectures
1.C.1. Aim/ Purpose of Yoga Edu

1.C. Outlook of Yoga Edu

1.C.2Misconceptions in Yoga

Total Lectures

Dip.II

1Hr
2 Hr
3 Hrs.

UNIT II, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 14 Hrs.)


2.A.1 Yogic principles
3 Hrs.
1.Principles of the Asana
2.Principles of the Pranayama
2.A. Source of Teaching Methods
3.Principles of the Shuddhi Kriya, bandha
2.A.2 Anatomico-physiological principles
1 Hr
2.A.3 Psychological principles
1 Hr

Remarks

2.A.4 Educational Principles


2.A.5 Sociological principles

Total Lectures
VI.2.Principles of
Teaching (Yoga)
2.B Class management

2.B.1 Discipline- Beginners, advanced


mixed, small/large,
patients/special groups
2.B.1 Class arrangement
2.B.1 Seating arrangement

Total Lectures
2.C Teaching Aid

2.C.1. Need of Teaching Aids


2.C.2 Types of Teaching Aids
2.C.3 Principles of Selecting Teaching Aids

Total Lectures
C.D.1.Factors Influenceing Method

2.D Methods

C.D.2 Different Methods used in Yoga Teaching

Total Lectures

1 Hr
1 Hr
7 Hrs

1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
3 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 Hr
2 Hrs.
1 Hs.
3 hr.
4 Hrs.

UNIT III, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 10 Hrs.)

3.A. Lesson Plan


Dip.III

3.A.1 Need of Lesson Plan


3.A.2 Guidelines for preparing a Yogic Lesson
Plan

3.A.3 Model Lesson Plan

VI.3. Teaching

Total Lectures
3.B.1 Concept of Micro-teaching in Yoga

3.B Micro-Teaching in Yoga

3.B.2 Assumptions of Micro-teaching


3.B.3 Principles of Micro-teaching

1 hr
3 Hrs.
1 hr
5 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 Hr

3.B.4 Steps of Micro-teaching


3.B.5 Techniques of Micro-teaching
3.B.6 Merits and Demerits of Micro-teaching
3.B.7 Application of Micro-teaching
3.B.8 Skills
3.B.9 Model Lesson Plan

Total Lectures
Practice Teaching
Practice Teacing
Practice Teacing

Lessons on Asana
Lesson on Pranayama & Kriya
Lesson on Aliments/ Diseases

1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
5 Hrs.
50 Hrs.
50 Hrs.
50 Hrs.

PRACTICAL YOGA
Shavasana
Shrishasana
Crocodile Practices ( Four variations )
Pavanmuktasana
Naukasana
Viparitakarani
Sarvangasana
Matsyasana
Halasana
Karnapidasana
Bhujangasana
Shalabhasana
Sarpasana
Dhanurasana
Vakrasana
Ardha-Matsyendrasana
Paschimatanasana
Supta Vajrasana
Yoga Mudra
Simhasana
Gomukhasana
Matsyendrasana

Vatayanasana
Garudasana
Shirh-padangusthasana
Vajrasana
Padmasana
Siddhasana
Swastikasana
Shavasana
Makarasana
Brahmamudra
B.PRANAYAMA
1.Anuloma-viloma
2.Ujjayi
3.Shitali
4.Sitkari
5.Bhastrika
6.Bhramari
7.Suryabhedana
8.Chandrabhedana
9.Murccha(Theoryonly)
10.Plavini(Theory only)
C.BANDHAS AND MUDRAS
1.Jalandhara Bandha

Mayurasana
Kukkutasana
Uttana Kurmasana
Ushtrasana
Gorakshasana
Padma - Bakasana
Baddha -padmasana
Akarmadhanurasana
Ugrasana
Parvatasana
Janushriasana
Tolangulasana
Muktasana
Virasana
Guptasana
Sankatasana
Uttanamandukasana
Vrishabhasana
Padangusthasana
Garbhasana
Bhadrasana
Kapotasana
Ekpadaskandhasna
Chakrasana (Sideward)

2.Uddiyana Bandha
3.Jicha Bandha
4.Mula Bandha
D.KRIYAS
1.Jala Neti
2.Sutra Neti
3.Dhauti (Vamana,Danda,Vastra)
4.Nauli
5.Kapalabhati
6.Aganisara
7.Trataka
8.Shankhaprakachalana
E.RECITATIONS
1.Pranava Japa
2.Svasti Mantra
3.Rudropasana
4.Savitru Upasana
5.Mahapurushavidya
6.Om Stavana
7. 15th Chapter of shrimad Bagwat
Gita

Chakrasana (Backward)
Virkshasana
Tadasana
Pada - hastasana
Utkatasana
Natarajasana

F.OTHER PRACTICES
1.Meditation Techniques
2.Suryanamaskar
3.Sukshma Vyayama
4.Kriya Yoga Session-consisting of
Pranayama,Mantra,Yoga,Sutra etc.

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN YOGA


(C.C.Y.)

I PAPER: TRADITIONAL YOGA

UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

1.A.Introduction of Charandas

CCY.I

I.A. Astanga Yoga


of Charandas

1.B.Samyama
1.C.Yama
1.D.Niyama
1.E.Pratyhara
1.F. Asana
1.G.Prana/Nadi /Chakra
1.H.Satkriyas
1.I.Mudras and Bandha
1.J.Nada And Kundalini
1.K.Kumbhaka
1.L.Dhrana ,Dhyana & Samadhi

SUB-TOPICS

1.A.1Contibution of Charandas in Yoga


1.A.2Concept of Yoga & Defination of Yoga
1.B.1Concept of its Significance
1.C.1Concept & practice of Yamas
1.D.1Concept & practice of Niyamas
1.E.1Concept & practice of Pratayhar
1.F.1Concept of Asana : Padamasana &Siddhasana
1.G.1Concept,types &Location of Prana/Nadi /Chakra in Body
1.H.1Technique and benefit
1.I.1Technique &Benifit
1.J.1Concept of Nada as C.D.& Understanding of Kundalini
1.K.1Technique &Benifit
1.L.1Concept & Practices of Dhrana ,Dhyana & Samadhi
TOTAL LECTURES

HRS. Remarks

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
16

UNIT

SUB UNIT

C.C.Y.II

II. Value and


Education

II PAPER: YOGA & VALUE EDUCATION


No. of LECTURES:16
TOPICS
SUB-TOPICS
HRS.
1.A.1 Meaning &Defination
1
1 .A. Yoga:
1.A.2 Forms &Kinds Of Yoga
1
2.A.1 Classification
1
2 .A. Value
2.A.2 Indian Understanding of Values
1
3.A.1Purushartha
1
3.A.2 Panchkosha
1
3.A.Classification of Values.
3.A.3 What is Education ?- Conceptual framework
1
3.A.4 Relation between value and Education
1
4.A.1 Rational of Value Education
1
4.A.2 Objective of Value Education
1
4.A.3 Content of Value Education
1
4.A. Value and Education
4.A.4 Role of a Teacher in Value Eduction
1
4.A.5 Yoga as amethod of Value Education
1
4.A.6 Astanga Yoga and Value Eduction - with special
referance to Yamas & Niyamas
1
5.A.1Kriya- Yoga and Value Education
1
5.A.Yoga and Value Education
5.A.2HathaYoga and Value Education with special referance to
a few Asanas
1

Total Lectures

16

III PAPER: YOGA & PHYSICAL EDUCATION


No. of LECTURES:16
UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS
1. A. Concept and misconception

SUB-TOPICS

HRS. Remarks

1.A.1. Concept of Yoga & Physical education

1.A. 2. Misconception about Yoga

1. B.Objective nature of

1.B.1. Source of Misconception

Yoga & Physical education

1. B.2. How to eradicate the misconception

2. A.Yoga & Physical education

2.A.1. Aim, objectives & definations of Yoga and Physical education

III.2. Role of Yoga and exercise in

for health and fitness.

2.A.2. What is Health and fitness?

Health & fitness

2. B. Asanas & Exercises : Objective role

2.B.1. Factors of health & fitness

in health & fitness

2.B.2. Comparision of Asanas and Exercise.

3.A. Pranayama & Breathing

3.A. 1. Comparison of Pranayama with other breathing practices

3.A. 2. How does it differ from Normal breathing & deep breathing

3.B. 1. Principles of training of Asanas.

3 B.2.Principles of training of pranayama & Kriya.

4..A. 1. Role of various Yogic practices for Physical education and sports

4.A.2. Research work done on Health oriented fitness through Yoga

4.B.Therapetic & academic aspect of Yoga in

4.B.1. Effect of Yoga in Atonomic Nervous System for Sports persons

Physical Education

4.B.2. History of Yoga in Physical Education curriculum

III.1. Objective undestanding of


yoga and Physical education
CCY. I

III.3. Objective undestanding of


Asanas, Pranayama& Kriyas.

3.B.Training of Asanas, Pranayama & Kriyas.

CCY. II
4.A.Research on utility of Yoga
III.4. Applied nature

TOTAL LECTURES

16

PAPER IV : STRUCTURE & FUNCTIONOF HUMAN BODY &EFFECTS OF YOGA PRACTICES ON IT


No. of LECTURES:16
UNIT
CCY.I
Introduction to Body

SUB UNIT

TOPICS
1.A System

IV.1 Anatomy -Physiology


1.B Living mechanisms
2.A Asana - Introduction

IV.2 Common Yogic Practices


2.B Asana-details

CCY.II
Introduction to Yogic
Practices

IV.3 Breathing Practices in Yoga

3.APranayamaIntroduction
3.B Pranayama- Details
4.A Gross yogic practices

IV.4 Gross and Subtle practices


4.B Subtle Yogic Practices

SUB-TOPICS
1.A.I Neuroendocrine System.
1.A.II Musculoskeletal System.
1.B.I Cardio-respiratory Unit.
1.B.II Digestion and Metabolism.
2.A.I Concept of Asana
2.A.II Effects of Asana- psychophysiology.
2.B.I Types of Asana.
2.B.II Precautions during Asana.
3.A.I Concept of Pranayama
3.A.II Effect of pranayama on various systems
3.B.I Varieties of pranayama
3.B.II Therapeutic Significance of pranayama.
4.A.I Concept of Kriya
4.A.II Concept Of Bandha -Mudra
4.A.I Concept of Meditation
4.A.II Therapeutic look of Yoga.

Total lecture

HRS.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
16

PAPER V : YOGA & MENTAL HEALTH


No. of LECTURES:16
UNIT

SUB -UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

1.A Health,Mental Health Hygiene,Mental

1.A.I Define health , Mental health :Medical perspectives

Psychology in Mental

hygiene: Yogic and Medical perspespectives

1.A.II Mental Health : Psychogical perspectives in the context of Abnormal behavior

Health

1.B Yoga & Modern Psychology: A synthetic approach

1.B.I Similarities & Differences between both the sciences

for existential disorders.

1.B.II Synthesis of Yoga & Modern Psychology for Mental Health

2.A Consept of Normality:Psychological and

2.A.I Psychologicl Normality

Yogic approaches

2.A.II Yogic Normality

2.B Functional Disorders : Causes, Effects and

2.B.I Medical etiolgy of and remedies on functional Disorders

remedies in PYS

2.B.II Yogic cause of and remedies on functional disorders.

3.A.I Cause & remedies in the context of Conflict

3.A.II Cause & remadies relating frustration

3.B Personal interpersonal adjustment through

3.B.I Psychological methods for Adjustment

Yoga.

3.B.II Yogic Methods for Adjustmenth.

4.A Yama,Niyama, Asana and Pranayama their

4.A.I Yama and Niyamas and there utlity for Mental Health

contrubution to Physical and Mental Health

4.A.II Asana and Pranayama for Mental Health

4.B.I Prayer : Psychological perspectives

V-1 Role of Yoga &


CCY-I

CCYII

CCYIII

CCYIV

V-2 Normal Behavior and

its Restoration

V-3 Restoration of
Emotional Balance

V-4 Towards Total Health


through Yoga & Prayer

3.A Conflict,Frustration :Yogic Remedies .

4.B Prayer its sighnificance in Yogic Practices

HRS.

4.B.II Prayer : Yogic perspectives

1
TOTAL LECTURES

16

PAPER VI: APPLIED YOGA EDUCATION ( TEACHING METHODS IN YOGA )


No. of LECTURES: 13 Hrs.
UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

HRS.

1.A.1. Define Yoga


1.A.2. Define Education

1.A. Yoga Education

1.A.3. Introduction of Yoga Education

1 Hr

1.A.4. Current need for yoga teaching & practice

CCY. I

Total Lectures

VI.1.
Introduction

1.B.1 Define teaching methods


1.B.2 Concept of Teaching

1.B.Teaching and Learning

1.B.3 Concept of Learning


1.B.4.Factors influencing the teaching method,

1 Hr

Total Lectures
2.A.1 Yogic principles

2.A. Source of Teaching Methods

2.A.2
2.A.3
2.A.4
2.A.5

1.Principles of the Asana


2.Principles of the Pranayama
3.Principles of the Shuddhi Kriya, bandha
Anatomico-physiological principles
Psychological principles
Educational Principles
Sociological principles

Total Lectures
CCY.II

2.B.1 Discipline- Beginners, advanced mixed, small/large,


patients/special groups

VI.2.Principles of
2.B Class management
Teaching (Yoga)

2 Hrs.

1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
6 Hrs

1 Hr.

2.B.1 Class arrangement


2.B.1 Seating arrangement

2.C Teaching Aid

Total Lectures

1 Hr.

2.C.1. Need of Teaching Aids


2.C.2 Types of Teaching Aids
2.C.3 Principles of Selecting Teaching Aids

1 Hr.

Total Lectures
2.D Methods

C.D.1.Factors Influenceing Method

1 Hrs.
1 Hr

Remarks

C.D.2 Different Methods used in Yoga Teaching

Total Lectures

1 Hrs.

3.A.1 Need of Lesson Plan

CCY.III VI.3. Teaching

3.A. Lesson Plan

3.A.2 Guidelines for preparing a Yogic Lesson Plan

3.A.3 Model Lesson Plan

Total Lectures
Practice Teaching
Practice Teacing
Practice Teacing

2 Hrs.

Lessons on Asana
Lesson on Pranayama & Kriya
Lesson on Aliments/ Diseases

2 Hrs.

PRACTICAL TRAINING :
1. Shavasana
2. Ardhahalasana (one leg/ both leg)
3. Uttana padasana
4. Pawana muktasana (ardha /purn )
5. Naukasana (supine/prone )
6. Viparitakarani
7. Sarvangasana
8. Matsyasana
9. Halasana
10. Bhujangasana
11. Ardha salabhasna
12. Shalabhasana
13. Dhanurasana
14. Makarasana
15. Vakrasana
16. Janushirasana
17. Vajrasana
18. Ustrasana
19. Yoga mudra
20. Parvatasana
21. Akarna dhanurasana
22. Chakrasana (lateral)
23. Vrikshasana
24. Tadasana

Meditative pose
1. Ardha padmasana
2. Padmasana
3. Swastikasana

Other practices
1. Simha asana
2. Brahma Mudra
3. Uddiyana Bandha
Pranayama
1. Anuloma Viloma
2. Ujjayi
Kriyas
1. Kapalabhati
2. Jala Neti
3. Rubber Neti
4. Vamana Dhauti
Mantra recitation
1. Pranava japa
2. Swasti mantra
3. Om stavan

ADVANCED YOGA TEACHERS' TRAINING COURSE


(Adv.T.T.C.)

PAPER I: PSYCHOLOGICAL BASES OF YOGA


UNIT-I

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

HRS.

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES:8 Hrs.)


I Psychophysiology

of Traditional Yoga

I.A. Psychology of Yoga Darshana

II Etiology of Existential

Disorders.

III Remedies on
Existentionl
Disorders.

AdV.
T.T.C. I

IV Traditional Yoga for


Self Development.

II.B. Normality in the Yogic cantext

III.C.Existential disorders, Modern


and P.Y.S. approach

IV.D. Experiential Yoga in the context of


therapy.

V Yoga for Adjustments

V.E. Adjustment & Yoga

VI Personality
Development

VI.F. Personality Development

VII Attitude formation

VII.G. Attitude & Yoga

VIII Prayer for mental


health.

VIII.H. Psychology of Prayer in the Yogic


context

I.A.1.Psychology of Samkhya
I.A.1. Taittiriya Aranyaka
Total Lectures
II.B.1 Psychological Normality
II.B.2 Yogic Normality.
II.B.3 Psychophysiological bases of Yoga
Total Lectures

1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.

III.C.1. Medical etiology


III.C.2. Genesis in Patanjala Yoga sutra
III.C.3.Role of Abhyasa, Vairagya
through Ashtangayoga.
Total Lectures

1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.

IV.D.1.Experiential Yoga in the context of therapy.


Total Lectures
V.E.1 Adjustment & Yoga
Total Lectures
VI.F.1 Psychological theories
VI.F.1.Yogic approach
Total Lectures
VII.G.1Psychology of Attitude
VII.G.2 Methods of Attitude changes.
Total Lectures
VIII.A.1 Phychology of Praper
VIII.A.2 Types & benefits of Prayer.
Total Lectures

1 Hr.
1 Hr.

1 Hr.

1 Hr.

1 Hr.

Remarks

II PAPER: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF YOGA PRACTICES


UNIT-I

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

II.A.2.Advancement in Asana

HRS.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
4 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.

Total Lectures

2 Hrs.

I.A.1. Nervous system


I.A. 2. Endocrine system.
I.A. Neuroendocrine

I Anatomy and
physiology-1 and
11nd

I.A.3. Muscular system.


I.A.4. Skeletal system.

Total Lectures
I.1.B.1. Digestion
I.B. Neuromusculoskeletal

I.1.B.2. Respiration and circulation

Total Lectures
I.C. Input and Cellular activity

Adv.T.T.C. II

I.1.C.1. Metabolism.

Total Lectures
II.A.1.Basuc understanding of asana

II.A. Asana

IIB.2Advancement in pranayama

1 Hr
1 Hr.

Simple kriya

1Hr.

II.B1Basic understanding of pranayama

II Yoga practices-1st
and 2nd part

II.B. Pranayama

Total Lectures
II.C.1 Meditation-scientific view
II.C. Subtle practices

II.C.2 Samadhi- psychophysiology.

Total Lectures

3 Hrs.
1 Hr
1 Hr.

2 Hrs.

Remarks

III PAPER: YOGA & VALUE EDUCATION


UNIT-I

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS
I.A. Need of value education

I. Value Education

ADV.TTC III

I.B. Nature of value education

I.C. Yoga & value education

II.A. Froms of Yoga


II. Yoga
II.B. Relation of Yoga & value education

SUB-TOPICS
I.A.1. Need of value education
I.A.2. Rationale of value education
Total Lectures
I.B.1. Nature of value education
I.B.1. Objective of Value education
Total Lectures
I.C.1. Yama & Niyama
I.C. 1. Values of Kriyayoga
Total Lectures
II.A.1. Ashtangayoga
II.A.1. Kriyayoga
Total Lectures
II.B.1. Yama, Niyama & value education
II.B.2. Kriyayoga & Value education
Total Lectures

HRS.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.

Remarks

IV PAPER: YOGA FOR HEALTH & FITNESS


UNIT-I

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS
I.A. Health related Physical fitness
and its assessment.

I. Health related physical fitness


in the context of nostril dominance
and experiential way of Yoga practice
I.B. Nostril dominance & experiantal
aspect in the context of Yoga practice

Add.T.T.C.IV

II. Yoga practices suitable to different


age groups & tacking injuries
occurring due to wrong Yoga practice.

II.A. Psycho-physiological consideration


of Yoga practice

II.B. Preventive & therapeutic measures


on injuring occurring due to Yoga.

SUB-TOPICS
I.A.1. Health fitness and Yoga:
Meaning & Significance; Dimensions
of health related fitness, relationship
of Yoga with the components of health
related Physical fitness.
I.A.2. Means and strategies to measure
and evaluate one's level of health
related physical fitness.
Total lectures:
I.B.1. Signifificance of nostril dominance
on brain function and psycho-physiological
homeostasis in relation to health & fitness.
I.B.2. Comparative understanding of Yoga
& Physical exercises.
Scientific resoning: Why Asanas should
not be performed like exercise?
Total lectures:
II.A.1. Human growth and development:
Meaning & different stages.
II.A.2. Yoga in relation to Psycho-physiological
significance of sex difference.
II.A.3. Yoga practices suitable for different
stages of growth and development.
II.A.4. Researches done in Yoga showing
improvement in health related
Physical fitness.
II.B.1. Possible occurrence of injuries while
practicing Yoga & their prevention.
Total lectures:

HRS.

1 Hr.

1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.

1 Hr.

2 Hrs.

2 Hrs.

1 Hr.

1 Hr.
4 Hrs.

Remarks

V PAPER: YOGA FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION


UNIT-I

SUB- UNIT
I. Objective undestanding of

TOPICS
I.A. Concept and misconception

Yoga and Physical education

SUB-TOPICS

HRS.

I.A.1. Concept of Yoga & Physical education.

I.A. 2. Misconception about Yoga

Total Lectures
I.B.Objective nature of

I.B.1. Source of Misconception

Yoga & Physical education

I. B.2. How to eradicate the misconception


Total Lectures

II. Role of Yoga and exercise in

II.A. Yoga & Physical education

II.A.1. Aim, objectives & definations

Health & fitness

for health and fitness.

of Yoga and Physical education

2 Hrs.
1
1 hr.
1

II.A.2. What is Health and fitness?


Total Lectures

III. Objective undestanding of

1 Hr.

II.B. Asanas & Exercises : Objective


role

II.B.1. Factors of health & fitness.

in health & fitness.

II.B.2. Comparision of Asanas and Exercise.


1 hr.

III.A. Pranayama & Breathing.

Total Lectures
III.A. 1. Comparison of Pranayama with other breathing
practices.
III.A.2. How does it differ from Normal breathing & deep
breathing .
Total Lectures

1 hr.

ADV.TTC-V
Asanas, Pranayama& Kriyas.
III.B.Training of Asanas, Pranayama &
Kriyas.

III.B.1. Principles of training of Asanas.

III.B.2. Principles of training of pranayama & Kriya.


Total Lectures
IV.Applied nature

IV.A. Research on utility of Yoga

of Yoga in Physical education

in sports for Health & Fitness.

1 hr.

IV.A.1. Role of various Yogic practices for


Physical education and sports.
IV.A.2. Research work done on Health

2 Hrs.

oriented fitness through Yoga.


Total Lectures
IV.B.Therapetic & academic aspect of
Yoga in

IV.B.1. Effect of Yoga in Atonomic Nervous System

Physical Education.

for Sports persons

2 Hrs.
1

IV.B.2. History of Yoga in Physical Education curriculum.


Total Lectures

1 hr.

Remarks

VI PAPER: TEXTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF YOGA (PATANJALA YOGA SUTRA)


UNIT-I

Add.T.T.C. VI

SUB-UNIT
I.Darshana

TOPICS
I.A. Introduction to Sankhya
I.B. Introduction to Patanjala Yoga Sutra

II.Yoga

II.A. Concept of Yoga

III. Basic concepts

III.A. Chitta, Chittabhumis & Vrittis


III.B. Vikshepa/Antaraya
III.c. Klesha & Vitarka

IV. Basic concepts

V. Bahirangayoga

IV.A.What & Why


IV.B. What & Why Kriyayoga
IV.C. What & Why Ishvarapranidhana
IV.D. What & Why Chitaprasadana
IV.E. Philosophical basis of PYS
V.A. Concept & practice

VI. Antarangayoga

VI.A. Concept & practice

SUB-TOPICS
I.A.1.Evolution & Satkariyavada
I.B.2.Contribution of Patanjali
Total Lectures
II.A.1.Meaning & Definations
Total Lectures
III.A.1. Explanation of their function
III.B.1. Their explanation
III.C.1Their explanation
Total Lectures
IV.A.1. Abhyasa & Vairagya
IV.B.1. Practice of Kriyayoga
IV.C.1. Practice of Ishvarpranidhana
IV.D.1. Methods of Chitaprasadana
IV.E.1. Heya, heyahetu, hana & hanopaya
V.A.1. Yama, Niyama.
V.A.2. Asana,Pranayama & Pratyahara
VI.A.1. Dharana,Dhyana & Samadhi.
Total Lectures

HRS.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
4 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
8 Hrs.

Remarks

VI PAPER: TEXTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF YOGA


UNIT-I

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS
I.A. School of Yoga

I. Hathayoga
I.B. Concept of Hatha in Yoga

I.C. Asana

I.D. Cleanising processes

Add.T.T.C.
VII

II.A. Kumbhaka

II.Yogic practices
II.B. Mudra

SUB-TOPICS
I.A.1. Importance of Hathayoga
I.A.2. Importance of Hathayoga
Total Lectures
I.B.1. Representative Texts of Hathayoga
I.B.2. Concept of Hatha and it applied
value
Total Lectures
I.C.1. Asana antiquity , definition
I.C.2. classification of Asana
Total Lectures
I.D.1. Introduction of various cleansing
processes
I.D. 2. Satkarma in Gherenda Samhita
Total Lectures
II.A.1. Importance of Kumbhaka & Bandhas
II.A.2. purpose of Kumbhaka & Bandhas
II.B.1. Status Mudra in Hathayoga
II.B.2. Defination, purpose and kids of Mudra

Total Lectures
II.C. Introduction of Yogic Anatomy

II.C.1. Cakra, Vayu and Nadi


II.C.2. Granthi, Tattva, Vital Points, Adharas
etc.

Total Lectures
II.D. Introduction of Dhyana

II.D.1. Introduction of Dhyana in Gheranda


Samhita.

Total Lectures

HRS.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.

Remarks

VIII PAPER: YOGA AND AYURVEDA

UNIT-I

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

II.A.5. Pranayama & Meditation in therapy

HRS.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
5 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.

Total Lectures

5 Hrs.

I.A.1. Dosha, Dhatu & Mala


I.A.2. Concept of Prakruti
I. Basic Concept of Yoga
& Ayurveda

I.A Basic Concept of Ayurveda

I.A.3. Cause of diseases


I.A.4. Types of Chikisa
I.A.5. Cancept of Klasha, Karma, Vipaka & Ashaya

Total Lectures

Add.T.T.C.VIII

II.A.1 Chitta, Vrtti & Nirodha


II.A.2 Ashtangyoga
II. Basic Concept of Yoga

II.A Meeting Points

II.A.3. Panchakarma & Shatakarma


II.A.4. Asana in therapy

Remarks

PRACTICAL TRAINING:
Asanas
Shavasana
Shirshasana
Uttan padasana
Pawan Muktasana
Vipritakarani

Sarvangasana
Matsyasana
Halasana
Bhujangasana
Shalbhasna
Dhanurasana
Makarasana
Ardhamatsydrasana
Paschimottanasana
Vajarasana
Supta Vajrasana
Yoga Mudra
Ushtrasana
Gomukhasana
Bhadrasana
Mayurasana
Chakrasana(Lateral)
Vrikshasana
Garudasana
Utkatasana
Padhastasana

Meditative Pose
Padmasana
Siddhasana
Swstikasana
Samasana
Muktasana
Virasana
Yogasana
Drishti
Bhru Madhya
Nasagra
Pranayama
Anulom-Viloma
Ujjayi
Surya Bhedana
Chandra Bhedhana
Shitali
Sitkari
Bhastrika
Bhramari
Mudra & Bandha
Simha Mudra
Mahabandha
Jiva Bandha
Brahama mudra
Mula Bhandha
Jalandhar Bandha
Uddiyanana Bandha

Other Asana
Naukasana(Supine)
Karna Pidasana
Naukasana(Prone)
Sarpasana
Akarna Dhanurasana
Ugrasana
Trikonasana
Chakrasana(Backward)

Mantra Recitation
Pranva Japa
Swsti Mantra
Rudropasana
Savitru Upasana
Om Stavan

Kriyas
Kapalabhati
Uddiyana
Nauli
Agnisara(Agnisara)
Jala Neti
Rubber Neti
Vamana Dhuti
Danda Dhuti
Vastra Dhuti
Shankha Prakshalana(Varisara)
Trataka

21-DAYS
FOUNDATION COURSE IN YOGA AND TRADITIONAL TEXTS
(FCYTT)

21-DAYS FOUNDATION COURSE IN YOGA AND TRADITIONAL TEXTS (FCYTT)


UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

HRS.

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 15 Hrs.)

2 hrs.

1.A.1 Introduction to Sankhya: Evolution & Satkariyavada


1.A.2 Introduction to PatanjalaYoga Sutra: Contribution of
Patanjali
1.A.3 Concept of Yoga: Meaning &Definitions
1.A.4 Basic Concept: Chitta, Chittabhumis, Vrittis
1.A.5 Basic Concept: Vikshepa/Antaraya
1.A.6 Basic Concept: Klesha & Vitarka
Tra.Texts
I

PYS

1.A Darshanik Aspect


of
Yoga through PYS

1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.

1.A.7 Nirodhopaya: What & Why(Abhyasa & Vairagya)


1.A.8 Kriya yoga: What & Why Kriyayoga
1.A.9 Ishvarapranidhana: What & Why
1.A.10Chitaprasadana: Methods of Chitaprasadana
1.A.11Chaturvyaha: Heya, heyahetu,hana hanopaya
1.A.12Bahirangayoga: Concept & practice of Yama & Niyama
1.A.13Bahirangayoga:Asana,Pranayama, Pratyahara
1.A.14Antaranga: Concept & practice of Dharana,Dhyana
&Samadhi

Total Lectures

1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
15 HRS

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 15 Hrs.)


1.B.1.Definitions

Tra.Texts
II

1.B.2.Schools of Yoga
1.B.3.Bhavana Yoga
1.Jnana

2 Hrs.

2.Karma

Hatha yogic
texts

3.Bhakti
1.B.4.Prana Samyama Yoga
1.Mantra
2.Htha
3.Laya

1.B. Introduction and

4.Rajayoga

2 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.

Remarks

Pre-requisites

1.B.5.Hath Yoga
1.Tradition
2.Brief Introduction

1 Hr.

3.Eminent Hathayogis of Nath Cult

1.B.11 Concept of Nadanusandhana

1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.

Total Lectures

15 HRS

1.B.5. Concept of Asana: Classification & Importance


1.B.6. Concept of Pranayama: Classification & Importance
1.B.7. Kumbhakas in Gheranda and Hathapradipika
1.B.8. Application of Bandhas in Kumbhaka
1.B.9. Shodhana Kriya specially from Gheranda Samhita
1.B.10 Concept of Mudra

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 15 Hrs.)


1.C.1. Concept of Sharir/ Deha (Sthula-Sukhsma Sharir)
1.C.2. Concept of Kosha

Tra.Texts
III

1. Yogic
Anatomy
and Physiology 1.C.1 Yogic Anatomy

1.C.3. Concept of Chakra-Nadi-Prana-Adhar-Grathi

3 Hrs
2 Hrs.
3 Hrs

1.C.7 Scientific survey about yogic practices.

2 Hrs.
1 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.

Total Lectures

15 HRS

1.C.4. Concept of Prakruti and Vikruti (Antaraya)


1.C.5. Therapy view in traditional text
1.C.6. Kriya Yoga- psychophysiological aspect

PRACTICAL YOGA
MEDITATIVE ASANA

Ardha Padmasana ( Virasana-HP)


Padmasana (GS) (HP) Gorakshasana (GS)
Yogasana (GS)
Virasana (GS)
Vajrasana (GS)
Svastikasana(GS) (HP)
Siddhasana (GS) (HP)
Muktasana (GS)
Guptasana(GS) Samasana
Bhadrasana(GS) (HP) Gorakshasana(HP)
RELAXATIVE ASANA
Shavasana/ Mrtasana (HP) (GS)
Makarasana
CULTURATIVE ASANA
Supine- Matsyasana (GS)
Prone-Bhujangasana (GS)
Shalabhasana(GS)
Dhanurasana)(HP)
Ushtrasana (GS)
Sitting-Simhasana(GS)(HP)
Gomukhasana (GS)(HP)
Bakasana
Mandukasana + Uttana Mandukasana (GS)
Kurmasana + Uttana Kurmasana(GS)(HP)

OTHER ASANA

Uttanapadasana
Pavanamuktasana
Parvatasana
Vakrasana
Yoga Mudra
Tolangulasana
Aakarna Dhanurasana
Tadasana
MUDRA
Viparitakarni (GS)(HP)
Sarvangasana
Ashvini Mudra (GS)
Brahma Mudra
Simha Mudra
Sirshasana
BANDHA
Uddiyana (GS)(HP)
Mula (GS) (HP)
Jalandhara (GS)(HP)
SHUDDHI KRIYA
Dhauti (GS)- Vahnisara-Danda-Vaman-Vastra
Basti (GS)(HP)
Neti (GS)(HP)- Jala-Sutra neti
Trataka(GS) (HP)

Paschimottnaasana(HP)
Ugrasana
Kukkutasana (GS)(HP)
Matsyendrasana(GS)(HP)
Mayurasana (GS)(HP)
StandingUtkatasana(GS)
Vrikshasana(GS)
Garudasana(GS)
Sankatasana(GS)

(GS)- Gheranda Samhita


(HP)- Hatha Pradipika

Nauli (GS)(HP)- Lauliki


Kapalabhati(GS)- Vyutkarma-Sitkarma (GS)(HP)
PRANAYAMA
Anuloma-Viloma
Suryabhedan
Ujjayi (GS)(HP)Sitkari (HP)Shitali
Bhastrika (GS)(HP)Bhramari (GS)(HP)-

21-Days
FOUNDATION COURSE IN YOGA AYURVEDA
(FCYA)

UNIT

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS

SUB-TOPICS

HRS. Remarks

UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 15 Hrs.)

1.A.1Introduction to PatanjalaYoga Sutra: Contribution of Patanjali


1.A.2Concept of Yoga: Meaning &Definitions

1.A. Darshanik aspect of yoga through


PYS
of yoga through PYS

Y&AUR
I

Darshanik &
therapeutic
Aspect

1.B.Essence of PYS

1.A.3Basic Concept: Chitta, Chittabhumis, Vrittis


1.A.4Basic Concept: Vikshepa/Antaraya
1.A.5Basic Concept: Klesha & Vitarka
1.B.1Nirodhopaya: What & Why(Abhyasa & Vairagya)
1.B.2Kriya yoga: What & Why Kriyayoga
1.B.3Ishvarapranidhana: What & Why
1.B.4Chitaprasadana: Methods of Chitaprasadana
1.B.5Chaturvyaha: Heya, heyahetu,hana hanopaya
1.B.6Bahirangayoga: Concept & practice of Yama & Niyama
1.B.7

Asana,Pranayama, Pratyahara

1.c.8 Therapeutic references of Hatha Yoga.


1.c.9 Therapeutic application Asanas , Pranaya Bandhas , Mudra

1.C.Therapeutic references

1.c.10 Therapeutic application of Shuddhi Kriya and Meditation

Total Lectures
UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 15 Hrs.)
1.B.1.Ayurveda: Concept, origin, historical development as a health Care System
1.B.2. Concept of Dosha-Dhatu-Mala, Prakriti Parikshana,
1.B.3. Concept of Concept of diet (Ahara) in Ayurveda.
1.B.4. Concept of social behavior ( Achara) in Ayurveda

Y&AUR
II

Ayurveda
Concept

2.A.1 Swasthavrtta

1.B.5. Upadhatu,Srotas,Indriyas,Common disorders


1.B.6. Agni,Vayu,Prakriti,Manas,common disorders
1.B.7 Upadhatu,Srotas,Indriyas remedies in Ayurveda
1.B.8 Agni,Vayu,Prakriti,Manasremedies in Ayurveda
1.B.9 Swasthavrtta for promotion of Health.
1.B.10 Sadvritta, din charya for promotion of Health.

1 Hr
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1 Hr
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1 Hr
15
HRS
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
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1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr

2.B.2.Treatment

1.B.11 Ritucharya, Achara & Ahara for promotion of Health.


1.B.12 Art of history taking and interactive strategies for assessment of status of
Health

1 Hr

1.B.13 The prognosis and plausible lines of treatment

1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
15
HRS

1.B.14
1.B.15 Yoga & Ayurveda: A comparative study.

Total Lectures
UNIT I, TOTAL LECTURES: ( 15 Hrs.)
1.C.1.Concept of Health:An objective understanding.
1.C.2.Modern perspectives, Yogic and Ayurvedic stand points
1.C.3.Yogic concept of Pancha Kleshas
1.C.4.Concept of Pancha Kosha
1.C.5.Concept of Pancha Prana and Pancha Up-Pranas
1.C.6. Shat Kriyas of Yoga and Panchakarma Of Ayurveda

Y&AUR
III

Concept of
Health

1.C.

1.C.7. A brief understanding of Nervous system


1.C.8.A brief understanding of Digestive system
1.C.9.A brief understanding of Cardio- Vascular system
1.C.10.A brief understanding of Respiratory system
1.C.11.A brief understanding of Endocrine system
1.C.12 Synthetic approach to Yoga and Ayurveda for therapeutic purposes

Total Lectures

1 Hr

1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
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1 Hr
2
Hrs
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
1 Hr
3
Hrs
15
HRS

PRACTICAL YOGA
Asanas

Other Asanas

Shavasana

Utkatasana

Ardha Halasana ( one leg/ both legs)

Crocodile Practices

Uttana Padasana

Pawan Muktasana ( Ardha / Purna)

Viparitkarni

Naukasana ( Supine &Prone)

Sarvangasana

Niralambasana

Matsyasana

Meditative Asanas

Halasana

Padmasana

Bhujangasana

Swastikasana

Ardha Shalabhasana

Pranayama

Shalabhasna

Anuloma- Vilom

Dhanurasana

Ujjayi

Makarasana

Mudra & Bandha

Vakrasana

Simha Mudra

Janushirasana

Brahma Mudra

Vajrasana

Uddiyana Bandha

Yoga Mudra

Kriyas

Ushtrasana

Kapala Bhati

Bhadrasana

Jala Neti

Chakrasana ( Lateral)

Rubber Neti

Vrikshasana

Vaman Dhauti

Tadasana

P.G.DIPLOMA IN YOGA THERAPY


(P.G.D.Y.T.)

SEMESTER-I
FOUNDATION OF YOGA-I
Sem.

SUB-UNIT

TOPICS
I.A. Historical aspects
I.B. Concept of Yoga

I.Yoga

II.Tradition of Yoga

II.A. Brief survey

III.Gita

III.A. Brief introduction of Gita

IV.PYS

IV.A.Brief introduction of
PYS

V.Yoga Vasishta(YV)

V.A.Brief introduction of YV

VI.ShivaSvarodaya(SS)

VI.A.Brief introduction of SS

I.A.Siddh- siddhant
paddhati

I.Brief introduction to
hath yogic text

Sem.

I.B. Goraksha shatak

II.A shiv samhita

II.B Hathapradipika
II.Intoduction and
prerequisites
III.C Gherand samhita

II.1.Asannas & Shodhan


2.A.Asana
Kriyas in Yoga

SUB-TOPICS
I.A.1.Origin of yoga
I.B.1.Development
I.B.2.Meaning & Definitions in
the light of Upanishads,
Total Lectures
II.A.1. Vedas
II.A.2. Upanishads
II.A.3. Buddhism
II.A.4. Jainism
II.A.5. Puranas
Total Lectures
III.A.1 Summary of the 18 chapters
IV.A.1Summary of 4 chapters
(Conceptual & Practical)
V.A.1 Summary of its 6 Prakarana
V.A.2 Importance of Science of
V.A.3 Swara, prana, nadi, & Tattva etc.
Total Lectures
1. structure
2 profile and content
3 Importance
Total Lectures
1. structure
2 profile and content
3 Importance
Total Lectures
1. structure
2 profile and content
3 Importance
Total Lectures
1. structure
2 profile and content
3 Importance
Total Lectures
1. structure
2 profile and content
3 Importance
Total Lectures
2.A.1 Antiquity
2.A.2 Definitions
2.A.3 Classification
2.A.4 Hathaapradipika
2.A.5 Gheranda Samhita
Total Lectures

HRS.
1
1
6
8 Hrs.
1
2
3
2
2
10 Hrs.
5
8
3
2
1
18 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
1 Hr.
3 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
10 Hrs.

YOGA THERAPY-I
Sem. Unit

Topics
Introduction -AnatomyPhysiology

Basic Terms in Anatomy


Unit-1

Basic Terms in Physiology

Application in the field of Yoga


SEMII

Anatomy of Alimentary track


Unit-2
Anatomy of digestive glands

Process of Digestion

Principles of Diet

Anatomy of the respiratory


system

Mechanism of Respiration
SEMII

Unit-3
Lung capacities

Regulation of Respiration.

Subtopics
1. Definition of Anatomy
2. Definition of Physiology.
3.Definition of other associated terms
4.Importance of the subject.
1. About planes of the body
2. About movement
3. External structures-gross aspect
4. Internal structures- gros aspect.
5. Abdominal regions.
1.Digestion
2. Metabolism
3. Respiration
4. Sensory activities
5.Intelective activities.
1.Iimportance and limitations.
2. How to study.
1.Mouthy -pharynx
2.Oesophagus-Stomach
3. Small intestine
4. Large intestine
1.Salivary glands
2. Liver
3. Pancrease
4. Secretions by stomach
5. Secretions by intestine
1. Digestion of protein
2. Digestion of fats
3. Digestion of carbohydrates
4. Absorption
5. Assimilation.
1. basic principles of diet
2. Signs of digestion.
3.principles of diet -Ayurveda view
4. Principles of diet-Modern view
5.Yogic view of diet.
1. Nose and paranasana sinuses
2. Throat.
3. lower respiratory track
4. Thoracic cage
5. Respiratory muscles.
1.Role of muscles
2. Pressure mechanism
3.Volume changes in lung
4.Movements about thoracic cage
5. lung expansion and deflation.
1. Tidal volume
2. Inspiratory reserve volume
3. expiratory reserve volume
4.Residual air
5. Vital and total capacity.
1.Medullary centers
2. Centers in pons
3. limbic influence
4.Cortical influence

HRS.
1 Hr.

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1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

Anatomy of Cardiovascular system


Unit-4
Physiology of Cardiovascular
system.

Blood and Lymphatic system

Immunity concept.

Muscular system
Unit-5
Skeletal system

Neuroendocrine system

Urogenital system

Asana- Scientific view


Unit-6
forward bending asana- Scientific
view.

Back bending asana-Scientific view

Twisting asanas-Scientific view

1.Anatomy of heart
2. Artery
3. Capillary
4. Vein
5. Name of important vessels.
1.Systemic circulation
2. Pulmonary circulation.
3. Systole and diastole
4. Periferal resistance.
5. Blood pressure
1. Contents of blood
2. Functions of blood
3. Blood cells.
4.Anatomy of lymphatic system
5. Lymph nodes and spleen.
1. Definition of Anatomy
2. types of immunity
3. Factors affecting immunity.
1. Functions of muscles
2. Properties of muscles
3.Types of muscles.
4.Some important muscles and actions
5.Contraction and stretching mechanism.
1. Functions and types of bones
2. Types of joints.
3.Anatomy of spine-detail
4. Anatomy of Pelvis- detail.
5.Anatomy of thoracic cage.
1. Brain, spinal cord and nerves
2. Cortical and limbic system
3.Autonomous nervous system.
4.Endocrines-Structure and Functions .
5. Neuroendocrine mechanism.
1. Urinary system- Structure and function
2.Genital system- male
3. Genital system- femalr
4. Physiology of menstruation
5.Pregnancy-lactation- Menopause.
1.Scientific defination
2. Mechanism of cultural asanas
3. Mechanism of meditative asanas
4. Mechanism of relaxative asanas
5. Precautions during asana.
1.list of asanas
2. Musculo-skeletal mechanism
3.Effect on internal systems
4.Psycho-spiritual aspect.
5.Therapeutic view.
1.List of asanas
2.Musculoskeletal mechanism
3.Effect on internal systems
4. Psycho-spiritual aspect
5. Therapeutic view.
1.List of asanas
2. Musculoskeletal mechanism
3.Effect on internal systems
4.Psycho-spiritual aspect.
5.Therapeutic view.

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

3Hr

4Hr

4Hr

4Hr

2Hr

2Hr

2Hr

2Hr

Inverted and Balancing asanasScientific view


Unit-7
Meditative and relaxative asanas.

Pranayama-Scientific view

Varieties of pranayama- scientific


aspect.

Advancement in pranayama
Unit-8
kriya- scientific view

Varieties of kriya- Scientific


aspect.

Pratyahara and Antarang


Sadhana.

1.List of asanas
2.Musculoskeletal mechanism
3.Effect on internal systems
4.Psycho-spiritual aspect.
5.Therapeutic view.
1.list of asanas
2.Musculoskeletal mechanism
3.Effect on internal systems
4.Psycho-spiritual aspect.
5.Therapeutic view.
1. Definition of pranayama
2. Physiological effect.
3. Psychospiritual aspect.
4.Definition of- puraka, recaka, kumbhaka
5. How to progress
1.Anuloma- viloma
2. Ujjayi- Shitali-Sitkari
3.Bhastrica- Suryabhedana
4. Bhramari
5. Murccha and Plavini.
1.Concept of ratio.
2.Bandha and its types
3. Kevala kumbhaka -concept
4.Signs of advancement
5. Therapeutic view.
1. Meaning of the term.
2. View of Hathapradipika
3. View of Gheranda samhita.
4. Shankhaprashalana- detail.
5. Agnisara- kriya.
1. Neti and its types
2. Dhauti and its types.
3.Trataka and its types
4.Kapalbhati.
5. Nauli and Basti.
1. Meaning of pratyahara
2. Meaning of Dharana
3. Meaning of Dhyana
4. Meaning of samadhi
5. Scientific interpretation.
Total-

2Hr

2Hr

2Hr

4Hr

2Hr

2Hr

2Hr

1Hr
55 Hrs.

PSYCHOLOGY AND HEALTH


PSYCHOLOGY AND HEALTH
Sem

Unit
TOPICS
SUB-TOPICS
Darsanik Bases of yoga
therapy:
psychological I.A.
Psychological
perspectives
understanding of Samkhy, I.A.1 Psychology: Introduction, history.
Patanjala
Yoga
and I.A.2. concept of consciousness and self in
panchkosha from the
psychology.
therapeutic view point

HRS.

I.A.3. psychology as a "mental care system".


I.A.4. Psychology understanding of yoga
darsana from the view point of Shad
darshana.
I.A.5. Indefth psychological understanding of
yoga in the context of sanikhya darsana.
I.A.6. In-depth psychological understanding
of yoga in the context of Taittiriya Aranyaka.
I.A.7. In-depth psychological understanding
of yoga in the context of - patanjala yoga
sutra.
context of - patanjala yoga sutra.

Total Lectures

7 Hrs.

I.B.1 Indefth psychological understanding of


I.B. Psychological view of yoga in the context of - madels of narmality
narmality
forwarded by eminent psychologists.
I.B.2 Introduction to the concept of therapy
and Yoga Therapy
in general and yoga therapy in particular.
I.B.3 Development of therapeutic aspect in
psychology.
I.B.4 Development of therapeutic approach
in yoga.

Total Lectures

4 Hrs.

I.C.Development of yoga
as therapy
I.C.1.Need of yoga a therapy.
I.C.2 Mechanism of yoga a therapy.
I.C.3 Concept of stress: Psychological
understanding.
I.C.4 Medical Model of Stress: Modern
Theories.

Total Lectures
II.A Stress, Anxiety & II.A.1 Stress, Emotional & Functional
Functional Disorders in Disorders (Medical Perspectives).
the
Context of Patanjala Yoga II.A.2 Anxiety: Psychological Understanding.
Sutra &
II.A.3 Relevance of Patanjali Yoga Sutra to
Hathapradipika
Cause of Stress.
II.A.4 Relevance of Patanjali Yoga Sutra to
Remedies of Stress
II.A.5 Hatha Yoga perspectives of "Vyuthitta
Citta".

4 Hrs.

II.A.6 .Remedies on "Vyuthitta Citta" in


Hathapradipika.

Total Lectures

6 Hrs.

II.B.Role
of
Mental II.B.1.Mental
dynamics
involved
in
dynamics & counselling in existential disorders as per 5th chapter of
yoga therapy
Hathapradipika
II.B.2 Role of counselling in yoga therapy in
the context of case histories.
II.B.3 Possible "collaborative synthesis"
between yoga and psychotherapy in the
treatment of existential disorders.
Functional & Emotional
II.B.4.Stress management strategies in
Disorders In
psychology.
the Context of Psychology,
II.B.5 Stress management strategies as
Yogic Texts,
inferred from PYS
Counseling & Personality

Total Lectures

Functional & Emotional


Disorders In
the Context of Psychology,
Yogic Texts, Counseling &
Personality

II.C.Personality dynamics
& physiological
make-up in the context of
Yoga Therapy.

5 Hrs.

II.C.1.Physiological mechanism- Underlying


Stress- Response, Oxidative stress.
II.C.2Personality:Concept, Origin, History of
Its Development.
II.C.3.Psychology in the context of Yoga
Darshana.
II.C.4 Concept of Personality as inferred
from "Pancha Kosha" & its therapeutic
implications.

Total Lectures

4 Hrs.

III.A.1 Concept of Personality as inferred


III.A
Approach
to from "Samkhya" & its therapeutic
Personality & Experiential implications.
III.A.2 Concept of Personality as inferred
Phenomena
in
the from Patanjala Yoga Sutra" & its
Context of Yoga Therapy
therapeutic implications.
III.A.3 Experiential Phenomena in Yoga:
Concept & Scriptural root.
III.A.4.Experiential Phenomena in Yoga:
Psycho-physiological implications.
III.A.5 Experiential Phenomena in Yoga:
Implications for Psychosomatic (functional)
disorders.
III.A.6.Experiential Phenomena in Yoga:
Implications for a better yoga pursuit.
III.A.7Experiential Phenomena in Bhagwad
Gita: Implications for better Emotional &
Spiritual Health.

Total Lectures
Personality Dynamics & III.B Abnormal Psychology III.B.1 Abnormal Psychology: As a Science of
Experiential
in the context of
Abnormal behaviour & its Remedies.

7Hrs

Phenomena
in
Therapy as per

Yoga
Yoga Therapy.

Yogic Texts.

III.B.2 Old & Modern taxonomy of Abnormal


Behaviour Pattern.
III.B.3 Understanding of Psycho-neuroticism,
Psychoticism,
III.B.3 Understanding of Psycho-neuroticism,
Psychoticism, Socially aberrant behaviour,
Organic deficiency in aberrant behaviour.

Personality Dynamics &


Experiential Phenomena
in Yoga Therapy as per
Yogic Texts.

III.B.4 In-Depth understanding of psychoneuroticism & the role of remedial methods


in psychology.
III.B.5
In-Depth
understanding
of
Psychoticism & the role of remedial
methods in psychology.
III.B.6 In-Depth understanding of Socially
Aberrant behaviour as in Psychopaths &
Sociopaths & remedial methods in
Psychology.
III.B.7.Recommended
Yogic
Remedial
measures for Psycho- neurotic behaviour.
III.B.8.Recommended
Yogic
Remedial
measures for Psychotic Behaviour.

Total Lectures

7Hrs

IV.A. Socially Aberrant IV.A.1 Recommended Yogic Remedial


Behaviour & Medical
measures for Socially Aberrant Behaviour
IV.A.2 Psycho neuroticism having medical
symptoms on the somatic level (case
Implications of Neurotic histories) & the recommended psychological
Behaviour in the
interventions.
Context of Yoga Therapy.

Total Lectures

2 Hrs.

IV.B.1 Psychoneuroticism having medical


symptoms on the somatic level (case
IV.B
Research
based histories) & the recommended yogic
practical yoga techniques interventions.
for Stress, Anxiety & IV.B.2 Practical methods in yoga to tackle
Emotional Disorders.
stress, anxiety& emotional disorders.
IV.B.3.Role of Omkar & its implications in
Medical Implications of
yoga therapy as indicated in Srimat Bhagwat
Abnormal
Mahapuran.
Behaviour & Effect of
IV.B.4.Research based indications about
Yogic Techniques,
therapeutic importance of Omkar.
IV.B.5 Role of Patanjala Kriya Yoga & its
implications to Yoga Therapy as inferred
from Patanjala Yoga Sutra.
Yoga Therapy as inferred from Patanjala
Yoga Sutra.

Total Lectures
Abnormality.

IV.C
Therapeutic
Implications of Shavasana IV.C.1 Clinical evidences of therapeutic role
&
of Kriya Yoga in Yoga therapy.

3Hrs

Meditation.

Prayer

IV.C.2 Therapeutic effect of Shavasana &


Yoga Meditation.
IV.C.3 Yoga Meditation as mentioned in Siva
Samhita

(V:71,72) & its implication to Yoga Therapy.


IV.C.4Concept of Total Health in Yoga in the
context Patanjala Yoga Sutra.
IV.D..Yogic Health through IV.C.5 Psychology of Prayer in the context of
Patanjala Yoga & Prayer.
Iswara Pranidhana in Yoga.
IV.C.6 Historical roots of evolution of the
concept of prayer& its benefits to human
well being.
IV.C.7 Prayer: Objective need of prayer for
Yoga Therapy: Scientific Research & Clinical
Observations.
IV.C.8 Evolution of Yogic Health through
Principles of Patanjala Yoga Sutra.

3Hrs

Total Lectures

55Hrs

PRACTICAL AND PROFESSIONAL UNDERSTANDING


SEMI

Unit

Topics

Subtopics

lecture

1. Basic six movements


2. Intervertebral muscles

Vertebral Column

3. paraspinal muscles

1Hr

4.Abdominal muscles
5. neck and pelvic muscles
1. Shoulder joint
2. Elbow joint

Important joints

3. Hip joint

1hr

4. knee joint
5. Ankle joint.

Unit-1

1.Mechanism of flexion.
2. Mechanism of extension

Joint movements

3. Mechanism of Adduction- Abduction

1Hr

4.Mechanism- Pronation-supination
5.Mechanism of Rotations
1.About Shoulder.
2. About elbow

Muscles involved

3. About Knee

1Hr

4. About Hip
SEMI-I

5. About ankle.
1.Introduction

Postural Analysis

2.Practical demonstration
3.Evaluation of postural analysis

5Hrs

4.Individual practice.
Unit-2

1. Facial muscles
2. Neck muscles

Stretching-1

3. Shoulder and scapular muscles

1Hr

4.Arm and forearm muscles


5.Chest muscles
6. Abdominal muscles.
7.Back muscles.

Stretching-2

8. pelvic muscles

1Hr

9.Thigh muscles
10-Calf muscles
1.Carpels .
2. metacarpels

Joint exercise

3. Wrists

1Hr

4. Elbows
5. Shoulder- scapulae
6.Neck exercise
7. Tarsals and metatarsals
SEMI-I

Unit-3

joint exercise

8.Ankle and knee.

1Hr

9. Hip
10. Spine

Forward bending asanas

1.Halasana

1Hr

2. Paschimottanasana
3.Padhastasana
4.Pavanmuktasana
5.Naukasana
1.Setubandhasana
2.Bhujangasana- variations.

Back bending asanas

3. Dhanurasana- Naukasana (prone)

1Hr

4. Ushtrasana
5. Ardha-chandrasana.
1. Katichakrasana
2. Vakrasana

Twisting asanas

3. Ardhamatsyendrasana

1Hr

4. Merudandabhyasa-1to 8
5.Marjarasana- variations
1.Side bending chakrasana

Lateral bending asanas

2. Konasana
3. Parshvakonasana

Unit-4

1. Triconasana

Mixed asana-1

2Hrs

2.Janusirasana
3.Akarna dhanurasana
4.Ugrasana
5. Mayurasana
6. kukutasana
7. Garbhasana
8. Vruschikasana

Mixed asana-2

9. Badhhapadmasana.
10. Vatayanasana

4 Hrs

11.Natarajasana
12.Vrukshana
13.matsyasana
14. Viparit karni- sarvangasana
1.Concept of Yoga therapy
2.Need of scientific view in yoga therapy

Basics of Therapy Teachings

3.Yoga injuries

2Hrs

4.Evaluation of traditional texts


5.Evaluation of modern yogic schools.

Unit-5

1. Precautions during asanas


2. Precautions during kriyas

Educating patients and students-1

3.Precautions during pranayama

3Hrs

4. Precautions during bandha


5. Precautions during mudra.
1.Anatomico-physiological principles

Educating patients and students

2.Psychological principles
3.Educational principles

4Hrs

4. Discipline- for patients/diseases.

Group teaching- principles and skills.

1.Class arrangement
2.Sitting arrangement

1Hr.

3.Other precautions.
1. Methods of clinical examination

Principles about personal teaching.

2.Recording of the findings


3.Medical aspect

2Hrs

4. Communication with doctor


Unit-6

1. Blood examination.
2. X-ray reports.

Pathological understandings

3. MRI scanning.

2Hrs

4.Regarding heart and cerebral diseases


5.Other investigations
1. Sleep status
2. Dfaily routine .
3. Traditional parameters

Psychological understandings

4. Modern testings

2Hrs

5.Ouestionaries about the same.


1. Testing through simple movements
2.Testing through simple asanas

How to check musculoskeletal status

3. Other methods

1Hr

1. Clinical exam of chest.

How to check Respiratory status

2.Lung capacity testings.


3.Spirometry

Unit-7

1Hr

1. Need

Therapeutic lesson plan.

2. Guideline for preparation of plan


3. Model lesson plan.

1Hr

1. Scientific definition.
2. Importance of trust
3. how to rapport

Counselling- principles

4. Contents of counselling
5,. Precautions during counselling

1Hr

1. Group psychology
2. How to communicate

Group Counselling

3. Proper explanation skills

1Hr.

1. Problem of childerns in family

Family - marital counselling

2. How to communicate with family


3. Guidelines

Unit-8

2Hrs

1. Importance of life style.

Yogic counselling

2.Materialize the practices in daily routine


3. Self evaluation
4.Mind building techniques

4Hrs

1.Introduction
2. Some examples about yoga injuries

Medico-legal aspect

3. Medical advice
4. legal precautions

3Hrs

1.Properties of therapist

Ideal Yoga Therapist.

2. Parameters to check the properties


3. Traditional references
Total-

2Hrs
55Hrs.

SEMESTER-II
FOUNDATION OF YOGA-II
Therapeutic Reference from Traditional Yogic Texts
Sem

UNIT

TOPICS

I.A.Therapeutic references
(T.R.)from Bhagwat Gita

Bhagwat Gita

I.B.Therapeutic references
from PYS

Patanjala Yoga
Sutra

II.A.Therapeutic references
from Hatha texts-

Hathapradipika

S-II

II.B Therapeutic references


from Hatayogic Texts:
Gheranda samhita

II.C Therapeutic references


from Hatayogic Texts :
Shiva Samhita

S-II

III. ATherapeutic references


from Yoga Vasistha

IV.A. Therapeutic
references from Shiva
Svarodaya

Gheranda
samhita

Shiva Samhita

Yoga Vasistha

Shiva Svarodaya

SUB-TOPICS
I.A.1 Yoga in Bhagwat Gita
I.A.2 Concept of Health in General
I.A.3 Concept of Health in Bhagwat Gita
I.A.4 Health and Healing in Bhagwat Gita
I.A.5Therapeutic significance of Bhagwat Gita
Total Lectures
I.B.1 Concept of health in Patanjala Yoga Sutra
I.B.2 Klesha as the root cause of our problems
I.B.3 Methods to overcome the Kleshas.
I.B.4 With reference to Ashanga Yoga
I.B.5 With reference to Kriya Yoga
Total Lectures
II.A.1 Therapeutical reference to asana
II.A.2 T.R .with reference to Pranayama
II.A.3 T.R. with reference to Kriyas
II.A. 4 T.R. with reference to Bandha & Mudra
II.A.5 Therapeutical Significance of H.P. Chap. 5th
Total Lectures
II.B.1 Therapeutical Significance with reference
to Cleansing process
II.B.2 Therapeutical Significance with reference
to Asanas
II.B.3 Therapeutical Significance with reference
to Dharana and Dhyana
Total Lectures
II.C.1 Therapeutical Significance of Concept of Vighnas
II.C.2 Health, Healing and Chakradhyana in
Shiva Samhita
II.C.3 Conducive and non-conducive factors
towards health
Total Lectures
III.A.1 Concept of health in Yoga Vasistha
III.A.2 Concept of Disease in Yoga Vasistha
III.A.3 Therapeutical implications of Seven Bhumis
Total Lectures
IV.A.1 Concept of Health in Shiva Svarodaya
IV.A.2 Breath control as a Means to wellbeing
IV.A.3 Knowledge of Death in Shiva Svarodaya
Total Lectures

HRS.
2 Hrs
2 Hrs
2 Hrs
2 Hrs
2 Hrs
10 Hrs.
2 Hrs
2 Hrs
3 Hrs
3 Hrs
2 Hrs
12 Hrs.
2
2
2
2
8 Hrs.
3
2
2
7 Hrs.
2
2
2
6 Hrs.
2
2
2
6 Hrs.
2
2
2
6Hrs.

YOGA THERAPY-II
SEMI Unit

Topics
Concept of Health

Concept of Disease
Unit1
Concept of Yoga Therapy

Swami Kuvalayananda,s approach to


Therapy
SEMI-I

Acute stress

Yogic management of Acute stress


Unit2
Complications of chronic stress

Yogic management of chronic stress


symptoms

Management of Depression

SEMI-I

Unit3

Psychological problems of school


childrens

Adolscent psychological problems

Schezophrenia

Subtopics
1.Definition by WHO
2. Psychophysical view
3. Yogic view
4. Ayurvedic view.
5. Co-relation in between them.
1. Modern view
2.Ayurvedic view
3. Yogic view
4. Scientific co-relation.
1.Definition -of therapy- modern view
2. Definition of therapy- Ayurvedic view
3.Meaning of Yoga- as a therapy
4.Meaning of Yoga- is a therapy.
5. Significance and limitations.
1. Cultivation of- Yogic Attitude
2. Psychophysical reconditioning
3.Explanation of above in detail.
1.Definition of stress- modern view
2. Symptoms of acute stress
3.Yogic definition
4. Signs described in Yoga-Sutras.
1.Study of OM.
2. Breathing techniques.
3. Chittaprasadana
4. Relaxative asanas
5. Other yogic practices.
1.Insomnia
2. Irritable bowel syndrome
3.Constipation
4.Migraine
5.Muscular pains.
1. Relaxation techniques
2. Study of skillful asanas
3.Realization-Self analysis
4. Rehabilitation.
1.Definition of depression
2.Symptoms and signs
3. Bipolar mechanism
4.Psychotherapy.
5. Yogic management.
1.Physiology and psychology
2. Mood disturbances
3. Phobic mechanism
4. Antisocial mechanism
5. Yogic management.
1. Definition and characterstics.
2.Psychophysiological aspect.
3. Stress in Adoloscent students.
4. Yogic management.
1. Definition .
2. Signs and symptoms
3. Complications
4. Psychotherapy

lecture
1Hr

1Hr.

1Hr.

1Hr

1Hr

2Hrs

4Hrs

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

Obesity Management

Hypertension management

Diabetes management
Unit4

Gout and other arthritis

Liver problems and management

Management of low back pain.

Management of knee injuries

Management of hip injuries

Management of Shoulder injuries


Unit6
Management of cervical pain

Management of digestive problems

Management of Respiratory

5. Yogic management.
1. Causes of obesity
2. Signs and symptoms
3. Complications
4. Diet management.
5. Yogic practices.
1. Causes .
2. Pathogenesis
3. Signs , symptoms and complications
4.Diet and exercise-management
5. Yogic practices to mnage the HTN.
1. Causes
2.Pathogenesis
3.Signs, symptoms and complications.
4.Diet and exercise-management
5.Yogic practices for DM.
1. Gout
2. Rheumatoid arthritis
3. Osteoarthritis
4. Ankolysing spondylitis
1. Anatomy and physiology in detail.
2. Causes of Hepatitis
3. Drug toxicity
4. Chirhosis
1. Muscular back pain.
2. Acute disc injury
3. Spondylosis
4. Surgical complications
5. Sciatica syndrome
1. Anatomy in detail
2. Ligamental injuries
3. Cartilage degenerations
4.Osteoarthritis
5. Knee rehabilitation program.
1.Pelvic and thigh muscle spasm.
2. Arthritis
3. Ligamental injuries
4. Old age complications
1. Rotator cuff injury
2. Supraspinatus injuries
3. Shoulder dislocations
4.Frozen shoulder
5. Injuries during "shoulder lift" asanas
1. Muscle strain- sprain
2. Acute disc injury
3. Chronic multiple disc injuries
4.Spondylosis
5.Complications and its management.
1. Indigestion and its complications
2. Hyperacidity and ulcers
3.Piles and fissures
4. Chronic pancreatitis
5.Chronic constipation.
1. Chronic sinusitis
2. Allergic Asthama
3. Bronchitis.

2Hrs

2Hrs

2Hrs

1Hr

1Hr

3Hrs

2Hrs

1Hr

2Hrs

2Hrs

2Hrs

2Hrs

problems

Management of Heart disease


Unit7
Management of female conditions

Management of Nervous system


diseases
Management of immunological
diseases

Management of skin diseases


Unit8
Yoga injuries- concept

Prevention and management-Yoga


injuries

Life style education- Yoga is a


therapy

4.COPD
5. Lung Fibrosis
1. Causes of IHD
2. Pathogenesis
3. Signs, symptoms and complications
4. investigations
5. Yogic management.
1. Menstrual irregularities
2. Polycystic ovarian disease
3. Pregnancy and lactation.
4.Mewnopause
5. Uterine prolaps
1. Epilepsy
2. Parkinsonism
3.Dementia
4. Post stroke complications
5, CVS Anamoly.
1. Allergy mechanism
2. Mechanism of Autoimmunity
3 Yogic approach..
1. Skin allergies
2. Acne vulgaris
3. Eczema
4.Psoriasis
5. Fungal infections
1. Defination of the term.
2.Causes of injuries
3 traditional references about injuries.
4. Modern references about injuries
5. Complications of yoga injuries
1. Precaution during asana
2. Precaution during pranayama
3 Precaution during kriya.
4. Precaution during bandha- mudra
5.To manage yoga and exercise schedule
1.Yoga - Anusasanam for brain-body
2. Modifications in brain by Yoga.
3.Yama- niyama- yogic life style
4.Emotional education
5. Spiritual education.
Total-

2Hrs

2Hrs

2Hrs

1Hr

2Hrs

1Hr

2Hr.

5Hrs

55Hrs

YOGA AND ALLIED SCIENCE


Sem

Unit

Topics

Subtopics

lecture

1.Traditional references about chikitsa


2.History of charaka

History of Ayurveda

3. History of Susruta

1Hr.

4.History of Vagbhata
5. Rasavidya and other texts
1. Definition of vata
2. Properties of vata.

Concept of Dosha- Vata

3. Functions of vata

3Hrs

4.Sthana of vata
5.Types of vata

Unit-1

1 Definition of pitta.
2. Properties of pitta

Concept of Dosha- Pitta

3.Functions of pitta

3Hrs

4.Sthana of pitta
5.Types of pitta
1. Definition of kapha
2. Properties of kapha.

Concept of Dosha- Kapha

3.Functions of kapha

3Hrs

4.Sthana of kapha
5. Types of kapha
1.Rasa
2. Rakta

SEMI

Concept of Dhatu-1

3. Mansa

2Hrs

4. Meda
5. Asthi
6. Majja

Concept of Dhatu-2
Unit-2

7. Shukra
8. Oja

2Hrs

9. Upadhatu.
1. Purisha

Concept of Mala

2. Mutra
3. Sweda
1 Srotasa.

Other Basic Understandings

5Hrs

2. Concept of koshta
3. Concept of shakha
4.Concept of Agni.
1.Proces in Amasaya

Proces of Pachana- Poshanadetail

2. Process in pachyamanasaya
3. Process in pakvasaya.

2Hrs

4. Concept of Ahar-rasa

Unit-3

1,Definition of the term

Concept of Prakruti

2.Vata prakruti lakshanani


3. Pitta prakruti lakshanani
4. Kapha prakruti-lakshanani

2Hrs

5. How to check the prakruti.


1. Definition of the term.

Concept of Vikruti

2.Types of vikruti

2Hrs

3. Panchanidanani
1. Asatmyendiyartha sanyoga

Causes of Diseases

2. Pradnyaparadha

2Hrs

3. Kala
1.Dinacharya

Swastha-vrutta

2. Rutucharya

2Hrs

3.Achar-rasayanam
1.Types of Ahara
2. Viruddha ahara

Aharvidhi
Unit-4

3.Adhyasana

2Hrs

4.Sings of digestion
5. Signs of Ajjirna
1.Darshana
2. Sparshana

Rugnaparikshanam

3. Prashana

2Hrs

4. Dasha bhava- Charaka


5. Dasha bhava- Vagbhata.
1. Concept of Rasa
2 Concept of Virya

Medicins in Ayurveda

3. Concept of Vipaka

2Hrs

4.Concept of prabhava
5. Grouping of medicins- kasaya
1. Daivavyapasraya
2. Yuktivyapasraya

Concept of Chikitsa

3. Satvavjaya

2Hrs

4.Shodhana

Unit-5

5. Shamana
1. Concept of Purvakarma
2.Concept of pradhakarma
3.Concept of paschat karma

Panchakarma- detail

2Hrs

4. Vamana- in detail
5. Virechana- in detail
6.Basti- in detal
7. Raktamokshana- in detail

1Hr

8. Nasya- in detail.
1. Application on eye
2. Application on ear.

Other procedures

3. Shirodhara

1Hr

4. Shirobasti

Unit-6

5. Hrudbasti
6. Katisnana- basti

Other procedures

7. Pizinchil
8.Ksharasutra
9. Agnikarma

1Hr

10.Sashtrakarma
1.History of naruropathy

Basics of Naturopathy

2.Basic concepts
3. Concept of panchamahabhuta
1. Massage therapy
2.Stem bath

Treatments in Naturopathy-1

2Hrs

3. Foot bath
4.Mud therapy
5. Hot -wet pack.
6.Mud bath
7. Vayusnana

Treatments in Naturopathy-2

8. Suryasnana.

2Hrs

9.Acupressure.
10. Chumbaka chikitsa.
1. Raw food

Unit-7

Naturopathy diet

2. Juice therapy
3. Types of therapeutic diet

2Hrs

4. Diet planing according to disease


1.Yama -Niyama- Swasyavrutta

Yoga Ayurveda- Meeting points

2.Asana according to dosha


3. Pranayama- in panchakarma

1Hr

4. Combination of kriya- panchakarma


1. Principles of Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy- concepts and


practices

2.Methods in physiotherapy
3. Asana with props - as a physiotherapy

4Hrs

4. Breathing varieties as a physiotherapy


1.Concept of vital energy

Introduction to Homeopathy
Unit-8

2.Concept of maism
3.Basic principles of therapy

1Hr.

4.Preparation of medicins
1. History of siddha medicins

Introduction to sidha medicins

2.Principles of therapy

1Hr

3. Co-relation with Ayurveda


1. Basic principles of body

Introduction to Unani medicins

2. How to check the patient

1Hr

3.Medicins in Unani.
Total

55Hrs.

YOGA RESEARCH
Semi

Unit

Topics

History of Yoga Research.

Fundamental
kriya.

researches

about

Unit-1

Fundamental
meditative asanas

Researches-

Fundamental
researches
Relaxative asanas.

Fundamental Researches-Cultural
asanas.
Unit-2
Fundamental
Turvy poses

SEMII

Researches-Topsy

Fundamental
Balancing asanas.

Researches-

Fundamental researches - Other


Asanas

Unit-3

Fundamental
Pranayama-1

Researches-

Fundamental

Researches-

Subtopics
1. Previous explanations- Rele-Basu.etc.
2. Need of laboratory testings
3. Foundation of kaivalyadhama4. Swami kuvalayananda,s effort
5.Yoga -mimansa.
1. About nauli and basti.
2. About kapalbhati.
3. About Agnisar.
4.About dhauti
5. About neti.
1.About Padmhasana.
2.About Swastikasana
3.About Samasana
4.About Vajrasana
5.About sidhasana.
1.Shavasana
2.Concept of relaxation in Shavasana.
3.Makarasana
1. forward bendings- kuvalayananda
2.Backward bendings- kuvalayananda.
3.Backward bendings- m.l.Gharote.
4.Twisting asanas-Kuvalayananda.
1.Viparit Karni-YM vol-3
2.Sarvangasana-YM vol-1
3.Sarvangasana-YM-2,16
4.Sirsasana-YM- vol-1
5. Sirsasana-YM-vol-2
1.About Kukkutasana-YM- vol-6
2.Tolangulasana-YM- vol-6
3.Mayurasana-YM-vol-1
4.Bakasana- YM-vol-14.
1.Kurmasana-YM- vol-9
2. Gorakshasana-YM-vol-10
3.Mandukasana- variations-YM- vol-9
4.Bhadrasana- YM- vol-10
5. Virasana- YM- vol-10
6. Dandasana-YM-vol-10
7.Ugrasana- YM-vol-15
8.Paryankasana-YM-vol-21.
9.Simhasana-YM- vol-3
10.Utkatasana - YM-vol-2
11.Vakrasana-YM-vol-6
12.Sankatasana-Ym- vol-6
13.Ustrasana-YM- vol-6
1.Pressure expriments -YM-vol-4
2.Alveolar air composition-YM- vol-1
3.Studies in Alveolar air-YM- vol-6-7
4.CO2 elimination- YM- vol-4
5.O2 absorption and co2 elimination-vol-4
1.Minute ventilation- YM- vol-19

lecture
1Hr.

4Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr
2Hrs

1Hr

1Hr
1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

Pranayama-2

Fundamental
Pranayama-3

Unit-4

Researches-

Pranayamaphilosophicoliterary researches-1

Pranayama- Practice

Research
on
Techniques

Meditational

Unit-5
Meditationphilosophicoliterary research.

Research findings
applications-1

and

its

Research findings
applications-2

and

its

Therapeutic research
kaivalyadhama-1

in

Therapeutic
Research
kaivalyadhama-2

in

Unit-6

Scientific research in last 30


years.

2.Expt on bhastrica-YM-vol-6
3.Expt about urin output- YM- vol-19
4.Breath holding time- YM- vol-18
5.Cardiac out put- YM-19
1. Inspiratory volume-YM- vol-19
2.After complete expiration-YM- vol-21
3.Expired air composition-YM- 21
4. Oxygen comsumption-YM vol-21
5. Studies on varieties- vol-19, 20, 21
1.Pranayama- in yoga sutra- YM- vol-3, 6
2.Evolution of pranayama-YM- vol-6
3.Pranayama in Bhagvadgeeta- YM- vol-1
4.Vayu -concept- YM- vol-11
5. Pranayama- its rationale-YM- vol-8
6.Ujjayi and kapalbhati-YM- vol-15
7.Considerations - YM- vol- 20
8.Basic concepts- YM-vol-21
9.Nadis in yoga- YM- vol-10
10-Jivan Yantra-YM-vol-11
1. ujjayi-YM- vol-3, 4.
2.Suryabhedana- YM-vol-6
3. Shitali-Sitkari- YM- vol-6
4.Murcha-plavini- YM- vol-6
5.Bandha and dristi- YM- vol-2, 6.
1.OM recitation- YM- vol-20, 22
2.Energy expendeture-YM-24
3. prandharana- YM-YM- vol-22
4. bhugarbha samadhi.-YM5.Meditation -in PYS- YM- vol-20
1.-Nadi-chakra-YM- vol-9, 10, 11, 13,6, 12
2.Nada- bindu-kala-YM- vol-6
3.Samadi- YM- vol-11
4.Pranava- shiva-shakti- YM- vol-9
5.Pranava japa- YM- Vol-12
1. Short term training programs-1
2. Short term training programs-2
3. long term training programs.
4.long term training programs-2
1. Yogic physical culture-1
2.Yogic physical culture-2
3.Yogic spiritual culture-1
4.Yogic spiritual culture.
1. About asthma
2. About obesity
3.Hyperacidity
4.Diabetes mellitus
5.Constipation
6. Appendicitis
7.Hypertension
8.Neuriticism.
9.Concept- mechanoyogic therapy-YM-2
10 Concept of yoga injury.
1. About asana
2. About kriya
3. About pranayama- Bandha

1Hr

5Hrs.

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

2Hrs

2Hrs

Philosophico-literary
in last 30 years

research

Outside Researches about yoga


practices
Unit-7
Outside Researches-meditation

Outside Researches about Yoga


Therapy-1
Outside Researches about Yoga
Therapy-2

Yoga- Brain Studies


Unit-8
Research Methodology

Statisctics-Illustrations
YM.

from

4.About meditation
5. Other practices
1. About traditional texts.
2. About Yama - niyama
3. about asana
4. About pranayama- pratyahara
5. About Antarang sadhana.
1. About kriya
2. About asana
3. About Pranayama
4.About bandha
5. Other practices
1. metabolic changes
2. Electrophysiological study
3. Physiological efficiency.
4.psychological changes
5.Development of personality.
1. Digestive disorders
2. Respiratory disorders
3. Heart Diseases
4.Neurological disorders
5. Sleep disorders.
1.About diabestes
2.About hypertension
3.Musculoskeletal disorders.
Neurophysiological study
Electrical study
chemical Study
Advanced scaning methods
Some important hypothesises.
1.Importance of scientific research-1
2. importance of scientific research-2
3.Basic concepts in scientific research-1
4. Basic concepts in scientific research-2
5.Types of Research design.
1.Data collection methods.
2.Basic structural concepts.
3.Use of statisctical software in research.
4.Ethical issue in scientific research.
5.Research report writing.
Total-

5Hrs

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

1Hr

8Hrs

8Hrs

55Hrs

PRACTICAL TRAINING IN YOGA:


Asanas

Other Asanas

Shavasana

Crocodile Practices

Shirshasana

Pawan Muktasana ( Ardha / Purna)

Ardha Halasana ( one leg/ both legs)

Naukasana ( Supine)

Uttana Padasana

Setu Bandhasana

Viparitakarani

Naukasana ( Prone)

Sarvangasana

Sarpasana

Matsyasana

Niralambasana

Halasana

Co-ordination Movement ( Prone)

Bhujangasana

Marjari Asana

Ardha Shalabhasana

Parvatasana

Shalabhasna

Shoulder & Neck Movement

Dhanurasana

Akarna Dhanurasana

Makarasana

Tolangulasana

Vakrasana

Trikonasana

Ardha Matsyendra

Natrajasana

Matsyendrasana

Chakrasana ( Back Ward )

Janushirasana

Meditative Asanas

Paschimottanasana

Padmasana

Vajrasana

Siddhasana

Supta Vajrasana

Swastikasana

Yoga Mudra

Samasana

Ushtrasana

Drishti

Gomukhasana

Bhru Madhya

Mandukasana

Nasagra

Uttana Mandukasana

Pranayama

Kurmasana

Anuloma- Vilom

Uttana Kurmasana

Ujjayi

Kukkutasana

Surya Bhedana

Bhadrasana

Chandra Bhedana

Mayurasana

Shitali

Chakrasana ( Lateral)

Sitkari

Vrikshasana

Bhastrika

Tadasana

Bhramari

Garudasana

Mudra & Bandha

Utkatasana

Simha Mudra

Padhastasana

Jivha Bandha

Mantra Recitation

Brahma Mudra

Pranava Japa

Mula Bandha

Swasti Mantra

Jalandhara Bandha

Savitru Upasana

Uddiyana Bandha

Om Stavan

Kriyas
Kapala Bhati
Uddiyana
Nauli
Agnisara (Agnisara)
Jala Neti
Rubber Neti
Vaman Dhauti
Danda Dhauti
Vastra Dhauti
Shankha prakshalana (Varisara)
Trataka

Note: All the practices will be taught according to therapeutic principles and necessary modifications.
Students are required to participate yoga practicals along with the students P.G.D.Y.Ed. for initial six months.
Thereafter, practical classes , based on disease moral would be conducted for them separately.

Tentative List of Reference Books


Subject
Foundation of Yoga-1 and 2

Yoga Therapy-1

Yoga Therapy-2

Reference Books
1. Patanjal yoga Sutra- Dr.Karambelkar.Kaivalyadhama,Lonavla
2. Patanjal yoga Sutra Bhasvati-Vidyaranya.
3. Yogakarika-Commentary on PatanjalaYoga Sutra)-published by
Kaivalyadhama,Lonavla
4.Hathapradipika- Swami Digambarji and Kokaje Shastri,
Kaivalyadhama,Lonavla.
5. Gheranda Samhita-(Swami Digamberji and Dr. M.L Gharate
Kaivalyadhama,Lonavla.
6. Vasisthasamhita- Kaivalyadhama,Lonavla
7. Shivasmamhita- Kaivalyadhama,Lonavla
8. Bhagvadgeeta- Bhakti Vedant Publication
9. Yoga Vasishtha, Jnananada Bharti, Smarat book, Madras.
10. Shiva Svarodaya Jagdishwar,Madhava Bag, Mumbai -4
1. Anatomy and physiology-Tortora
2. Anatomy and physiology of yogic practices-Gore m.m.
3. Asana- Why and How- O.P. Tiwari
4. Pranayama- Swami Kuvalayananda.
5. Anatomy of Hathayoga-David Curtler.
6 .Human Physiology- Gyton.
7. Foundations of Anatomy and Physiology- Ross and Wilson.
1. Yoga Therapy- Kuvalayananda.
2. Therapeutic references in traditional yoga texts-M.M.Gharote.
3. Structural yoga Therapy-Mukunda Stiles.
4. Yoga Therapy-Ananda Balyogi Bhavanani.
5. Yoga therapy for Respiratory diseases-Bihar school of Yoga
6. Yoga therapy for Digestive diseases-Bihar School of yoga.
7. Therapeutic exercise-Kisner Colby.
8. Yoga Therapy for common diseases-Published by Kaivalyadhama

Psychology and Health

1. Bhoga R.S. (2010)Yoga and mental Health Lonavla ,Kaivlyadhama


2. Bhogal R.S.(2006) Yoga and modern psychology, Kaivalyadhama
3. Mathur, S.S.(1985) Samanya Manovijnaan (Hindi) Agra :Vinod Pustak
Mandir
4. Morgan, C.T. & king R.A.(1978) Introduction to Psychology ,New Delhi
:Tata McGraw- hill Publishing company limited
5. Pandit , R.V.(1971) Samanya Manasa Shastra (Marathi). Nagpur :Payal
Prakasan .
6. Sharma ,Ram Nath,(1960) Indian psychology; Meerut: Kedar Nath Ram
Nath.

Yoga and Allied sciences

1.Charak-samhita-chaukhamba publication.
2.Susrut-Samhita-Chaukhamba publication
3.Ashtanga Hrudaya- Chaukhamba.
4.Bascis of Naturopathy
1.Teaching Methodology- S.K. Ganguly.
2.The stretching-Handbook-Brad Walker.
3.Fundamentals of Counseling.

Practical and
Professional understanding

Yoga Research

1. Yoga Mimansa- Vol-1st to 44


2. Scientific Exposition on Pranayama- D.D. kulkarni.
3. Research on Transcendental meditation program-(collected
papers-volume-1)Edited by David W. Orme-Johnson and John
T. Farrow.
4. Abstracts and Bibliography of articles in yoga- mimansa.(Upto
1984)-Dr. Bhole.
5. Abstracts and Bibliography of articles in yoga-mimansa-after
1984)-Swami Maheshanandaji, Dr. T.K. Bera.
6. Reserach methods and statiscticsin psychology(5th edition)Routledge
7. An Introduction in Statisctics in Psychology-(Prentice Hall -3rd
edition)-Dennis Howiff/Ducan .

B.A. (YOGA SHASTRA)

B.A. (YOGA SHASTRA)


Eligibility: -

H.S.C...or Its Equivalent OR


10+ two years Govt. recognized full time course OR
11(old SSC) + 1 year Govt. recognized full time course
With working knowledge of Hindi/English,
17 to 60 Years (Physically fit)
The students should produce Medical Fitness Certificate at the time of
admission.
Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi, English
Three academic Years (June to March every year) six semesters

Age:
Note:
Medium: Duration: -

Numbers of COURSEs: - 5+ Practical COURSE each semester


Total Marks:

-3600
Internal

Theory

(Pr/Desr /Viva/Oral/
Test/Sessional etc.)

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laLd`r

40

14

60

21

40

14

60

21

40

14

60

21

Educational Principles& Practices


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40

14

60

21

English & Political Science (Optional)

40

14

60

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SANSKRIT (FOUNDATION)MAY1-I-01

MAY1-I-02
MAY1-I-03
MAY1-I-04

History and Philosophy of


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105

500

175

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MAY1-II-01
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SANSKRIT (FOUNDATION)History
and
Yogashastra

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MAY1-II -04

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60

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70

300

105

500

175

40

Semester III (2014-15)


MAY2-III-01

Sanskirt II laLd`rHkk"kk& II

40

14

60

21

MAY2-III-02

Philosophy of Yogashastra

40

14

60

21

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40
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14
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60
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MAY2-III-06

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200

70

300

105

500

175

Grade
40

Semester IV(2014-15)
MAY2-III-01
MAY2-III-02

Sanskirt II laLd`rHkk"kk& II
Philosophy
of
yogashastra

40
40

14
14

60
60

21
21

4
4

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and
Physiology

40
40

14
14

60
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21
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4
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200

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MAY2-III-03
MAY2-III-04

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MAY2-III-05
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500

175

Grade
40

Semester V (2015-16)
MAY2-III-01

Sanskrit III laLd`rHkk"kk&

40

14

60

21

MAY2-III-02

Philosophy of Yogashastra
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40

14

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Yoga and Positive Health

40

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40

14

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21

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200

70

300

105

500

175

Grade
40

Semester VI (2015-16)
Sanskrit III laLd`rHkk"kk& III
Philosophy of Yogashastra
;ksxroKkue~& I
Applied Yoga ;ksxiz;ksxk%
Yoga and Positive Health

40
40

14
14

60
60

21
21

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4

40
40

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14

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60

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4

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105

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Theory :(Each COURSE carries 100 Marks)


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4.
5.
6.

Theory :(Each COURSE carries 100 Marks)


COURSE I - Sanskrit (Foundation.) I
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COURSE II - History and Philosophy of Yogashastra ;ksx'kkL=ksfrgkl% roKkup
COURSE III -Schools of Yoga.
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COURSE VI- Yoga Practical
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SEMESTER II

SEMESTER III

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

COURSE I - Sanskrit II
COURSE II - Philosophy of Yogashastra
COURSE III -Yoga Therapy
COURSE IV -Anatomy and Physiology
COURSE V - English & Political Science (Optional)
COURSE VI- Yoga Practical

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SEMESTER IV

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

COURSE I - Sanskrit II
COURSE II - Philosophy of Yogashastra
COURSE III -Yoga Therapy
COURSE IV -Anatomy and Physiology
COURSE V - English & Political Science (Optional)
COURSE VI- Yoga Practical

laLd`rHkk"kk II
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SEMESTER V

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

COURSE I - Sanskrit III


COURSE II - Philosophy of Yogashastra-I
COURSE III -Applied Yoga
COURSE IV -Yoga and Positive Health
COURSE V - English & Political Science (Optional)
COURSE VI- Yoga Practical

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

COURSE I - Sanskrit III


COURSE II - Philosophy of Yogashastra-I
COURSE III -Applied Yoga
COURSE IV -Yoga and Positive Health
COURSE V - English & Political Science (Optional)
COURSE VI- Yoga Practical

laLd`rHkk"kk III
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vkaXyHkk"kk jktuhfr'kkL=e~ p
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SEMESTER VI
laLd`rHkk"kk& III
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vkaXyHkk"kk jktuhfr'kkL=e~ p
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SEMESTER I
COURSE I

SANSKRIT (FOUNDATION)-I

laLd`rHkk"kk& I

100 MARKS

Theory - Sanskrit text prepared by KKSU

60 Marks

Internal Assessment -

40 marks

Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendance 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
COURSE II

Module-I

Module-II

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF YOGASHASTRA

100 MARKS

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Definition of Yoga
30 Marks
Misconceptions about Yoga
History of Yoga Tradition
AshtangaYoga30 Marks
Yama(2-29) Niyamas(2-30)-ethical/moral dimension,
Asanas(2-31&46),Pranayama(2-49),Pratyahara(2-54),Dharana(3-01),
Dhyana(3- 02), Samadhi(3-03).

Internal Assessment Assignment 20 Marks


Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference Books:
1. ;ksxizf;kaps ekxZn'kZu
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34-

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;ksx LokLF; dqath
Hkkjrh; ekul'kkL= vkf.k ;ksx'kkL=

40 marks

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MkW- v#.k [kksMldj]c`gu egkjk"V ;ksx ifj"kn] vejkorh
Jh-dksYgVdj] izlkn izdk'ku] iq.ks

COURSE III
SCHOOLS OF YOGA
Module-I
Comparative Study of following Schools of Yoga:

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Bhakti Yoga
Karma Yoga
Jnana Yoga
Raja Yoga
Hatha Yoga

100 MARKS

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50 Marks

with reference to Narada Bhakti Sutra


with reference to Bhagvad Geeta
with reference to Upanishads
with reference to Patanjali Yoga Sutra
with reference to Hatha Yoga Pradipika

Module-II Integral Yoga of Aurobindo


Internal Assessment Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

10 Marks
40 marks

Reference Books :
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.

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deZ;ksx
Kku;ksx
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Lokeh foosdkuan] jke".k eB] /karksyh] ukxiwj
jke".k eB] /karksyh] ukxiwj
jke".k eB] /karksyh] ukxiwj
Jh v:.k [kksMLdj] vejkorh

COURSE IV EDUCATIONAL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF YOGA

100 MARKS

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1.
2.

Lesson Planning and Class Management


Handling of Classes, direction, guidance, suggestions, counselling
Method of introducing and correcting Yoga Practices

30 Marks
30Marks

Internal Assessment Assignment 20 Marks


Library Work 10 Marks
Attendance 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference Book;
1.
Teaching Methods in Yoga
Dr. M.L. Gharote & Dr. S.K. Ganguli,
Kaivalyadham, Lonavala.
COURSE V

ENGLISH

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40 marks

100 MARKS
(Theory 60 Marks)

Text book prescribed by the RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur for Degree First year.
Text Book: 1.
Ideas and Images & B.V. Moharil

B.A. I - Ideas and Images


Prose
i.
Message for the world religions conference at Japan.
ii.
At the High School.
vii.
Sweets for Angels.
viii.
ix.
On Shaking Hands.
x.
Maintaining Democracy.
Poetry
i.
Where the Mind is without fear. ii.
The Seven Ages of Man.
iv.
The Village School Master.
vii.
Richard Cory
viii.
Internal Assessment Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

My Financial Career.

Eyes Immortal.
40 marks

COURSE VI

YOGA PRACTICALS

100 MARKS

Practicals
Viva

40 Marks
20 Marks

Internal Assessment
Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendance 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

40 marks

The following practices will be taught:1. Sukshma Vyayama 1. Kapola Shakti Vikasaka
2.
3. Greeva Shakti Vikasaka
4.
5. Manibandha Shakti Vikasaka
6.
7. Vakshasthala- Shakti Vikasaka
8.
2. Loosening Exercises 1. Twisting
2.
3. Forward-backward bending
4.
3. Breathing Exercises 1. Hands in and out breathing
2.
3. Rabbit-breathing
4.
5. Shashankasana-shwasana
4. Asanas ( Cultural Asanas)
A. Standing:1. Ardha-katichakrasana
2.
3. Ardha-chakrasana
4.
5. Parivrutta-Trikonasana
B. Sitting-Position:1. Paschimottanasana
2.
3. Vakrasana
4.
5. Shashankasana
6.
C. Relaxative Asanas :1. Shavasana
2.
D. Meditative Asanas :1. Padmasana
2.
Vajrasana
4. Siddhasana
5. Sukhasana

Karna Shakti Vardhaka


Karatala Shakti Vikasaka
Purna Bhuja Shakti Vikasaka
Jangha-shakti vikasaka
Side Bending
Twisting and bending
Tadasan-shavasan
Shwan-shwasana

Padahastasana
Trikonasanaa

Ushtrassana
Ardhamatsyendrasana
Suptavajrasana
Makarasana
3. Swastikasana

Reference Books
1. Encyclopaedia of Yoga (No. 410)

2. Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy

3. Yoga explained
(No. 435)

4. Yoga Philosophy in relation to other

Dr. Ramkumar Rai


Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.C. Vasu
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Bengal Lancer
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.N. Dasgupta

Systems of Indian Thought


(No. 447)

Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan


P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
******

SEMESTER II
COURSE I

SANSKRIT (FOUNDATION)-I

laLd`rHkk"kk& I

100 MARKS

Theory - Sanskrit text prepared by KKSU


Internal Assessment
Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendance 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

60 Marks
40 marks

COURSE II

100 MARKS

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF YOGASHASTRA


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Module-I Yoga as a Darshana, its place and status among other Darshanas
Patanjali as a 'Sutrakara'
Patanjali's time
Nature and structure of Patanjal Yoga.
Module-II Samkhya metaphysics as the basis of Yoga Sutras.
Nirishwara Samkhya and its Dualism,
Concept of Ishwara in Yoga Sutras.
Pranava and its Significance
Cittavrttis and Cittavikshepas,Citta prasadana.

20 Marks

Internal Assessment
Assignment 20 Marks,
Attendace 05 Marks,

40 marks

Reference Books :
1. ;ksxizf;kaps ekxZn'kZu
2
34-

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ikraty ;ksxlw=
;ksx LokLF; dqath
Hkkjrh; ekul'kkL= vkf.k ;ksx'kkL=

COURSE III

40 Marks

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

MkW-,e-,y ?kjksVs
MkW- uk-fo-djacsGdj Jh-g-O;k-iz-eaMG]vejkorh
MkW- v#.k [kksMldj]c`gu egkjk"V ;ksx ifj"kn] vejkorh
Jh-dksYgVdj] izlkn izdk'ku] iq.ks

SCHOOLS OF YOGA

100 MARKS

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Module-I Other Schools of Yoga
30 Marks
Prana-samyama Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Laya Yoga, Shaktipata Yoga.
Module-II Study of different meditative techniques with reference to their
Metaphysical foundations.
30 Marks
Internal Assessment
40 marks
Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference Books :
1.
Yoga Techniques
2.
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3.
HkfDr;ksx

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Dr. M.L. Gharote, Lonavala.


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jke".k eB] /karksyh] ukxiwj

4.
5.
6.

deZ;ksx Lokeh foosdkuan


Kku;ksx
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&

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jke".k eB] /karksyh] ukxiwj
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COURSE IV EDUCATIONAL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF YOGA

100 MARKS

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1.
2.

Method of teaching Yoga to different age groups

30 Marks
30 Marks

Classification and importance of Methods, Teaching aids

Internal Assessment
Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendance 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference Book;
1.
Teaching Methods in Yoga

COURSE V

40 marks

Dr. M.L. Gharote & Dr. S.K. Ganguli,Kaivalyadham,


Lonavala.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

100 MARKS
(Theory 60 Marks)

Text book prescribed by the RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur for Degree First year.
Internal Assessment
40 marks
Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
COURSE VI

YOGA PRACTICALS

Practicals
Viva

40 Marks
20 Marks

100 MARKS

Internal Assessment
40 marks
Assignment 20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace 05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
The following practices will be taught:1. Suryanamaskara
1. Should be practised as Physiological, Psychological and Spiritual practice.
2. 12 repetitions with the chanting of mantras.
2. Asanas ( Cultural Asanas)
A. Prone on position:1. Bhujangasana
4. Dhanurasana
B. Supine position :-

2.

Ardhshalabhasana

3. Shalabhasan

1. Viparitakarani 2.
Sarvangasana
Halasana
5. Shirshasana
3. PRANAYAMA :1. Sectional Breathing :
2.
3. Chandrabhedan Pranayam
5. Shitali Pranayam
7. Bhramari Pranayam
8.
4. KRIYAS :1. Kapalabhati
4. Vamandhauti

3. Matsyasana

Suryabhedan Pranyam
4.
Nadishodhan Pranayam
6.
Sitkari Pranayam
Bhastrika Pranayama

2. Jalaneti
5. Dandaneti

3.Sutraneti
6. Trataka

5. MEDITATION :- (Different techniques such as )


1. Omkar Japa 2. Sakshibhava 3. Breath- Awareness
Reference Books
1. Encyclopaedia of Yoga (No. 410)
-

2. Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy -

3. Yoga explained
(No. 435)
4. Yoga Philosophy in relation to other Systems of Indian Thought
(No. 447)

Dr. Ramkumar Rai


Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.C. Vasu
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Bengal Lancer
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.N. Dasgupta
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi

4.

SEMESTER III
SANSKRIT II laLd`rHkk"kk& II

COURSE I

100 MARKS

Sanskrit Text prepared by KKSU


Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

COURSE II

60marks
40 marks

PHILOSOPHY OF YOGASHASTRA

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100Marks

Module-I Six Systems of Indian Philosophy(Three Astika Darshan - Samkhya, Yoga and Poorvameemaamsaa)
Module-II Patanjala Yoga Sutras (Samadhipada first 25 sutra)
Module-III Hatha Yoga Pradipika
(First Chapter)

25 Marks

Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

40 marks

15 Marks
20 Marks

Reference Books
1.
2.

Bharatiya tattwajnan
Encyclopaedia of Yoga (No. 410)

3.

Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy

4.

Yoga explained(No. 435)

5.

Yoga Philosophy in relation to other


Systems of Indian Thought
(No. 447)
Hathayoga Pradipika
Hathayoga Pradipika

6.
7.

Shri.Srinivasa Dikshit, Any Popular Book Stall


Dr. Ramkumar Rai
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.C. Vasu Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Bengal Lancer
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.N. Dasgupta
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Kaivalyadham, Lonavla
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi

COURSE III

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YOGA THERAPY

100 MARKS

Module I

Principles of Yoga Therapy:


Meaning, Tools and Principles of Yoga therapy
Module II Diseases related to Nervous system and Yoga treatment for them
Module III Stress and its Management by Yoga

Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendance
05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

20 Marks
20 Marks
20 Marks

40 marks

Reference Books
1. Physiology and Anatomy of Yogic Practices
2. Yogic Therapy
3. Structure and function of human body
4. 'kjhj foKku vkSj ;ksxkH;kl fgUnh &ejkBh
5- 'kkjhfjd jksxkaP;k fuokj.kklkBh ;ksx
COURSE IV

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Dr.M.M. Gore, Lonavala.


Kuvalyananda and Dr. Vinekar
Dr. Shrikrishna, Kaivalyadham, Lonawala.

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dSoY;/kke] yksukoyk]iq.ks

INRODUCTION OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY


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Module-I Basic Knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology


(Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems)
Module-II Anatomy and Physiology of following Systems)
1.Skeletal system
2.Mascular system
3.Respiratory system
4.Circulatory system
5.Digestive system
Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks,
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks,
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference books:
1. Anatomy and Physiology in health and illness
2- Ik`Fkd'kkjhje~
&
3- n`"VkFkZ 'kjhje~
&
4- 'kjhj f;k
&
5. Anatomy, Physiology of Yoga practices

100 MARKS

20 Marks
40 Marks

40 marks

-Ross and Wilson


MkW- la;qDrk xks[kys
Ik-x-vkBoys
Ik-x-vkBoys

6.

Structure and function of human body

--

7.
8.

Yogic Therapy

--

-Dr. Gore, Kaivalyadham, Lonawala.


Dr. Shrikrishna, Kaivalyadham,
Lonawala.
Kuvalyananda and Dr. Vinekar

'kjhj foKku vkSj ;ksxkH;kl fgUnh &ejkBh

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COURSE V

ENGLISH

vkaXyHkk"kk

100 MARKS

Text Book: 1. Winged thoughts


(Theory 60 Marks)
Text book prescribed by the RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur for Degree Second year.

Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks
COURSE VI YOGA PRACTICALS, LESSON AND ASSIGNMENT
Practical (Demonstration and Viva-voce)

Followiing Practices :Asanas:


Pranayama
Bandhas
Mudras
Meditation
Practice of Yoga-Nidra

:
:
:
:

40 marks

40 marks

100 MARKS
60 Marks

Vrischikasana, Chakrasana, Mayurasana, Matsyendrasana


Bhastrika
Jalandhar Banda, Mula Bandha, Uddiyana Bandha
Pranayama Mudras Mahamudra, Viparita Karani Mudra
Pranav Sadhana, Nadanu Sadhana, Sakshibhava, Japa D

Internal Assessment

40 marks

Assignment
20 Marks,
Attendace
05 Marks,
Reference Books :
1.
Hatha Yogapradipika (No. 465) 2.
Gheranda Samhita (No.415)
3.

Hathapradipika

4.

Ghaeranda Samhita

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks
Choukhamba Sanskrit Series, Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001
Ajay Kumar Gupta,Choukhamba Sanskrit Series
Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001
Kaivalyadham, lonavala,Mumbai, Choukhamba Sanskrit Series
Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001
Kaivalyadham, lonavala,Mumbai, Choukhamba Sanskrit Series
Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001

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SEMESTER IV
SANSKRIT II laLd`rHkk"kk& II

COURSE I

100 MARKS

Sanskrit Text book by KKSU


Internal Assessment
Assignment
20 Marks
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks
Class Interaction 05 Marks

60 marks
40 marks

Reference Book: Sanskrit book prepared by KKSU


COURSE II

PHILOSOPHY OF YOGASHASTRA

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100 Marks

Module-I Six Systems of Indian Philosophy(Three Astika Darshan Nyaya, Vaisheshika and Vedaanta)
Module-II Patanjala Yoga Sutras (Samadhipada)
(from sutra 26 to the end of the first paada)
Module-III Hatha Yoga Pradipika
(Second Chapter)

25 Marks

Internal Assessment
Assignment
Attendace

40 marks
20 Marks,
05 Marks,

15 Marks
20 Marks

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

Reference Books
1.
2.

Bharatiya tattwajnan
Encyclopaedia of Yoga (No. 410)

3.

Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy

4.

Yoga explained(No. 435)

5.

Yoga Philosophy in relation to other


Systems of Indian Thought
(No. 447)
Hathayoga Pradipika
Hathayoga Pradipika

6.
7.

Shri.Srinivasa Dikshit, Any Popular Book Stall


Dr. Ramkumar Rai
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.C. Vasu Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Bengal Lancer
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.N. Dasgupta
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Kaivalyadham, Lonavla
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan

COURSE III

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YOGA THERAPY

100 MARKS

1) Study of following psychosomatic ailments.


60 Marks
Cardio Vascular ailments (Hyper-tension)
Respiratory ailments (Asthma, Nasal Allergy)
Diabetes, Obesity,
Gastro intestinal disorders,
Migraine, Headaches,
Arthritis,
Women's problems ,
Children Mental Health
Internal Assessment
40 marks
Assignment
20 Marks,
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks,
Class Interaction 05 Marks

Reference Books
1. Anatomy &Physiology of Yogic Practices
2. Yogic Therapy
3. Structure and function of human body
4. 'kjhj foKku vkSj ;ksxkH;kl fgUnh &ejkBh
5. 'kkjhfjd jksxkaP;k fuokj.kklkBh ;ksx
COURSE IV

&
&

Dr.M.M. Gore, Lonavala.


Kuvalyananda and Dr. Vinekar
Dr. Shrikrishna, Kaivalyadham, Lonawala.

MkW-e-e-xksjs] yksukoyk
dSoY;/kke] yksukoyk]iq.ks

INTRODUCTION OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY


'kjhjjpuk&dk;Z'kkL=kifjp;%~

100 MARKS

Module-I Anatomy and Physiology of following systems)


25 Marks
1.Excretary system
2.Nervous system
3.Endocrine system
4.Reproductive system
Module-II Shatkarma (Introduction and physiological significance)
20 Marks
Module-III Nadivijnana, Panchaprana, Panchakosha,
15 marks
Internal Assessment
40 marks
Assignment
20 Marks,
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks,
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference books:
1. Anatomy and Physiology in health and illness
-Ross and Wilson
2- Ik`Fkd'kkjhje~
&
MkW- la;qDrk xks[kys
3- n`"VkFkZ 'kjhje~
&
Ik-x-vkBoys
4- 'kjhj f;k
&
Ik-x-vkBoys
5. Anatomy, Physiology of Yoga practices
-Dr. Gore, Kaivalyadham, Lonawala.
6.

Structure and function of human body

--

Dr. Shrikrishna, Kaivalyadham,


Lonawala.

7.
8.

Yogic Therapy
'kjhj foKku vkSj ;ksxkH;kl fgUnh &ejkBh

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Kuvalyananda and Dr. Vinekar


MkW-e-e-xksjs] yksuoyk

COURSE V

POLITICAL SCIENCE

100 MARKS

(Theory 60 Marks)
Text book prescribed by the RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur for Degree Srcond year.

Internal Assessment

Assignment
Attendace
COURSE VI A)

B)
C)

40 marks

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

YOGA PRACTICALS, LESSON AND ASSIGNMENT

100 MARKS

Practical (Demonstration and Viva-voce)


60 Marks
Kriyas
:
Nauli, Basti, Danda Dhauti, Vastra-Dhauti, Shankha Prkshalana. 20 Marks
Five Lesson Plans
20 Marks
Course Report (Report of the Yoga Course conducted by the student)
20 Marks

Internal Assessment

Assignment
Attendace

40 marks

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Reference Books :
1.
Hatha Yogapradipika (No. 465)
2.
Gheranda Samhita (No.415)

3.

Hathapradipika

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

Choukhamba Sanskrit Series, Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001


Ajay Kumar Gupta,Choukhamba Sanskrit Series
Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001
Kaivalyadham, lonavala,Mumbai, Choukhamba Sanskrit Series
Po. Box 1008, Varanasi 221001

SEMESTER V
COURSE I

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SANSKRIT - III

100 MARKS

Sankrit Text by KKSU

60 Marks

Refernce Book KKSU Text book


Internal Assessment

40 marks

Assignment
20 Marks,
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks,
Class Interaction 05 Marks
COURSE II
PHILOSOPHY OF YOGASHASTRA-I
100 MARKS

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Module-I Three Systems of Indian Philosophy- (Nastika Darshan Charvaka &Bauddha)30 Marks
Module-II
Gheranda Samhita
30 Marks

Internal Assessment
Assignment
Attendace

40 marks
20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

Reference Books
1.
2.

Bharatiya tattwajnan
Encyclopaedia of Yoga (No. 410)

3.

Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy

4.

Yoga explained(No. 435)

5.

Yoga Philosophy in relation to other


Systems of Indian Thought
(No. 447)

6.
7.

Hathayoga Pradipika
Hathayoga Pradipika

COURSE III
A)

Shri.Srinivasa Dikshit, Any Popular Book Stall .


Dr. Ramkumar Rai
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.C. Vasu Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Bengal Lancer
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.N. Dasgupta
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Kaivalyadham, Lonavla
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi

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100 MARKS

Planning and conducting at least month long Yoga Courses for Students:

60 Marks

a. Health Courses
b.
Personality development courses
c. Yoga for memory and concentration d.
Yoga for eyesight improvement
e. Yogic games
f.
Yoga for value based education
Yoga course for Patients (with the help of doctors only)
Yoga therapy for:
Hyper-tension, diabetes, Asthma, Anxiety, neurosis, Head ache, migraine,
Acidity and ulcers, Insomnia, joint pains, women's problems.
Discussions with patients, counseling, precautions, motivation.

Internal Assessment
Assignment
Attendace

1.
2.
3.

40 marks
20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Reference Books :
Applied Yoga
Perspective in Yoga
Yoga Dipika

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

COURSE IV

Dr. M.L. Gharote, Kaivalyadham, Lonavala.


A.K. Sinha, Bharat Manisha, Varanasi.
B.K.S. Ayyangar, Orient Lormen Pvt. Ltd.,New Delhi

YOGA AND POSITIVE HEALTH

100 MARKS

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Module 1. Concept of Holistic Health and WHO


Concept of Adhi, Vyadhi and Panchakosh
Module 2. Basic Theories of Psychology.
(Psycho analysis, Individuation theory, Psychosynthesis, Gestalt psychology)
Module 3. Oriental and occidental concept of mind, and mental states.
Internal Assessment

15 Marks
30 Marks
15 Marks
40 marks

Assignment
20 Marks,
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks,
Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference Books:
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Yoga Practices for Anxiety
Dr.R.Nagarthnam, Dr.H.R.Nagendra and Depression
Vivekanand Kendra, Banglore.

4.

Yoga Techniques

5.

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COURSE V

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Dr. M.L. Gharote


Gulmohar Apartment, Bhangarwadi, Lonavala.

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ENGLISH

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100 MARKS

(Theory 70 Marks and Viva 30 Marks)


Text book prescribed by the RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur for Degree Third year.
Text Book: 1. Vision.
Internal Assessment
40 marks

Assignment
Attendace

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

COURSE VI

YOGA PRACTICAL

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Demonstration (50) & Viva (10) -

100 MARKS
60 Marks,

Internal Assessment

40 marks

Assignment
20 Marks,
Library Work 10 Marks
Attendace
05 Marks,
Class Interaction 05 MarksMarks
The following practices will be taught:1. Suryanamaskara
1. Should be practised as Physiological, Psychological and Spiritual practice.
2. 12 repetitions with the chanting of mantras.
2. Asanas ( Cultural Asanas)
A. Standing:1. Ardha-katichakrasana
2.
Padahastasana
3. Ardha-chakrasana
4.
Trikonasanaa
5. Parivrutta-Trikonasana
B. Sitting-Position:1. Paschimottanasana
2.
Ushtrassana
3. Vakrasana
4.
Ardhamatsyendrasana
5. Shashankasana
6.
Suptavajrasana
C. Prone on position:1. Bhujangasana
2.
Ardhshalabhasana
3. Shalabhasan
4.
Dhanurasana
D. Supine position :1. Viparitakarani
2.
Sarvangasana
3. Matsyasana
4.
Halasana
5. Shirshasana
E. Relaxative Asanas :1. Shavasana
2.
Makarasana
F. Meditative Asanas :1. Padmasana
2.
Vajrasana
3. Swastikasana
4.
Siddhasana
5. Sukhasana
Mayurasan, Vrishchikasan, Chakrasa and Matsyendrasan
___________

SEMESTER VI
COURSE I
SANSKRIT - III
KKSU Sanskrit book

laLd`rHkk"kk& III

100 MARKS
60 Marks

Internal Assessment

40 marks

Assignment
Attendance
COURSE II

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

PHILOSOPHY OF YOGASHASTRA-I
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100 MARKS

Module-I Systems of Indian Philosophy- (Jain Darshan)

20 Marks

Module-II

40 Marks

Hatha Yoga Pradipika (Chapters-Three, four and five)

Internal Assessment
Assignment
Attendace

40 marks
20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

Reference Books
1.
2.

Bharatiya tattwajnan
Encyclopaedia of Yoga (No. 410)

3.

Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy

4.

Yoga explained(No. 435)

5.

Yoga Philosophy in relation to other


Systems of Indian Thought
(No. 447)

6.
7.

Hathayoga Pradipika
Hathayoga Pradipika

COURSE III
A)

Shri.Srinivasa Dikshit, Any Popular Book Stall


Dr. Ramkumar Rai
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.C. Vasu Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
Bengal Lancer
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
S.N. Dasgupta
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi

Kaivalyadham, Lonavla
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Sansthan
P.O.No: 1008, Varanasi
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100 MARKS

Application of Yoga Concepts and Practices in Allied Sciences:

30 Marks

Ayurveda
Naturopathy
Psychology (Psychiatry)
Physical Education
C)

Internship:

30 Marks

Organizing at least 3 Yoga courses each of one month duration with minimum
50 participants. Collecting the required data and submitting a report.
Internal Assessment

Assignment
Attendace

40 marks

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

1.
2.
3.

Reference Books:
Applied Yoga
Perspective in Yoga
Yoga Dipika

COURSE IV

Module 1.

Dr. M.L. Gharote, Kaivalyadham, Lonavala.


A.K. Sinha, Bharat Manisha, Varanasi.
B.K.S. Ayyangar, Orient Lormen Pvt. Ltd.,New Delhi

YOGA AND POSITIVE HEALTH


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100 MARKS

Mental Wellness, Mental disorders (Causes, symptoms and Cure):

40 Marks

frustration, depression, conflict, Obsession, anxiety.


Module 2. Yoga and Mental health.Role of Yoga in curing mental disorders.

20 Marks

Internal Assessment

Assignment
Attendace

40 marks

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks
Reference Books:

1
2.
3.

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Dr.R.Nagarthnam, Dr.H.R.Nagendra and Depression
Vivekanand Kendra, Banglore.

4.

Yoga Techniques

Dr. M.L. Gharote


Gulmohar Apartment, Bhangarwadi, Lonavala.

5.

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COURSE V

POLITICAL SIENCE

100 MARKS
(Theory 60 Marks)

Text book prescribed by the RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur for Degree Third year.
Internal Assessment

Assignment
Attendace
COURSE VI

20 Marks,
05 Marks,

40 marks

Library Work 10 Marks


Class Interaction 05 Marks

YOGA PRACTICAL

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100 MARKS

Demonstration (30) & Viva (10) - 40 Marks,

1. Suryanamaskara
1. Should be practised as Physiological, Psychological and Spiritual practice.
2. 12 repetitions with the chanting of mantras.
2. PRANAYAMA :1. Sectional Breathing
2.
Suryabhedan Pranyam
3. Chandrabhedan Pranayam
4.
Nadishodhan Pranayam
5. Shitali Pranayam
6.
Sitkari Pranayam
7. Bhramari Pranayam
8.
Bhastrika Pranayama
3. KRIYAS :1. Kapalabhati
2.
Jalaneti
3. Sutraneti
4.
Vamandhauti
5. Dandaneti
6.
Trataka
4. MEDITATION :- (Different techniques such as )
1. Omkar Japa 2. Sakshibhava 3. Breath- Awareness

5. MUDRA
6.
IV

Organising at least three Yoga demonstrations ( Asanas, Kriya etc.) at


school/ college and Public ( Supervised Activity)
Visits to at least one recognized Yoga institute and submitting the report.
___________

10 Marks
10 Marks