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Yoga and Spirituality  

Yoga is a science that deals with body, breath, mind, soul, and ultimately, the universe itself. The word "yoga" comes from the Sanskrit root "yuj", which means "to yoke" the spirit and physical body together. Yoga includes both practical and theoretical practice. Yoga science creates a bridge between the internal and external conditions of life and is a way of improving and understanding internal states. Yoga help people and increase the flexibility and strength, enhance their self-awareness and have a sense of unity with all life. Yoga brings stability to the body and the wavering mind. It increases the lubrication of joints, ligaments and tendons of the body.

Spirituality is a word that describes the qualities of the heart, common to all people of all religious faiths and it is the finer part of our humanness. Spirituality is the outward expression of the Soul’s pure nature and implies connection with our greater collective Spirit, and Essence. Spirituality deals with the issues that relate to the human soul, rather than to physical things and spirituality is both universal and personal most people are spiritual in some way, but spiritual beliefs and practices can be different for everyone. Spirituality also means giver, putting others before myself and being a source of light and love to the world.

Some elements of spirituality include the following

1. Love and respect for yourself.

2. Love and respect for everybody.

3. Looking beyond outer appearances to the deeper significance and soul of everything.

4. Love and respect for God.

Some Mental Benefits and Physical Benefits

1. Relief from stress.

2. Gaining more control over emotions.

3. Increase in concentration power, with an enhanced focus.

4. Greater body balance and flexibility.

5. Enhanced core strength.

6. Enhanced overall energy levels.

7. Better muscular strength.

8. Improved immune system.

9. Enhanced digestive functioning.

10. Proper muscle relaxation.

11. Control of body weight.

Courses and Eligibility

1. The candidate must have passed the higher secondary school certificate (10+2)     examination.

2. Certification Course in Yogic Science (3 Months).

3. Introductory Course in Yogic Science – I (1 Month).

4. Introductory Course in Yogic Science – II (1 Month).

5. B.A/B.S.C in Yoga therapy.

6. P.G. Diploma in Yogic Science (2 Years).

7. M.Sc. Yogic Science (2 Years).



Graduates in Yogic Science are employed as a Yoga teacher in resorts, gyms, schools, health centers, various NGOs, housing societies and large organizations, and even in TV channels. They can start their own yoga therapy center and get job in several ashrams all over the country.

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