JRD Global EDU

Master of Science Yoga Therapy

JRD Global EDU

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Typology Master
Methodology Online
Duration 2 Years
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  • Master
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A comprehensive understanding of the classical and theoretical foundations of the field of Yoga Therapy, as well as extensive knowledge of biomedical systems from an integrative and holistic perspective, as needed for the practice of Yoga Therapy
Skills to apply teachings from this curriculum and in previous yoga teacher trainings to assess the needs of clients, to design and implement effective programs, and to evaluate the effectiveness of these programs
Ability to effectively use yoga as a therapeutic modality through the integration of diverse approaches to this field

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Career choices for Master of Yoga Therapy graduates include: Yoga Therapist in private practice Clinical practitioner in integrative health practices, fitness centers, medical centers, and other health-related organizations Consultant to public and community health efforts Corporate wellness program designer Faculty in higher education and educator in schools Writer, publisher, and editor of written and electronic communications

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Liver & Gall bladders
Movements of gastro intestinal tract

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SEMESTER-I S.No. Paper code Name of Papers M.M.(T.&P.) 1. MST-101 Basis of Yoga Therapy 70+30 2. MST-102 Yoga Therapy – 1 70+30 3. MST-103 Yoga Therapy -2 70+30 4. MST-104 Saàskritam & English or Hitopadesa 70+30 5. MSP-105 Yoga Therapy Techniques 70+30 6. MSP-106 Yoga Practice – VII 70+30 7. MSP-107 Spoken Saàskritam & English 70+30 SEMESTER-II S.No. Paper code Name of Papers M.M.(T.&P.) 1. MST-201 Research Methodology 70+30 2. MST-202 Patanjäli Yoga Sütras & Shat Darshanas 70+30 3. MST-203 Hatha Yoga texts 70+30 4. MST-204 Introduction to Psychology & Counseling 70+30 5. MSP-205 Bio Statistical Analysis & Synopsis Presentation 70+30 6. MSP-206 Yoga Practice – VIII 70+30 7. MSP-207 Therapy Practical-I 70+30 8. MSP-208 Advance Yoga Techniques 70+30 3 SEMESTER-III S.No. Paper code Name of Papers M.M.(T.&P.) 1. MSF-301 Teaching Techniques 70+30 2. MSF-302 Dissertations 70+30 SEMESTER-IV S.No. Paper code Name of Papers M.M.(T.&P.) 1. MST-401 Applied Yoga Therapy 70+30 2. MST-402 Yoga and Rehabitation 70+30 3. MST-403 Evidence Based Yoga Therapy 70+30 4. MST-404 Introduction to Integrative Medicine 70+30 5. MSP-405 Āsana, Präëäyäma and Meditation - Level 4 70+30 6. MSP-406 Methods of Scientific Learning 70+30 7. MSP-407 Yoga Practice-IX 70+30 8. MSF-408 Therapy Practical- 2 70+30 Note : T- THEORY, P- PRACTICAL, F- FIELD WORK. *** 4 Details of Syllabus SEMESTER-I MST-101- BASIS OF YOGA THERAPY 1: VEDAS AND UPANIÑADS • Vedas, the foundations of Indian culture; antiquity. • The four main Vedas, Science and Technology of Vedas, • Prasthānatraya. • Essence of the Vedas-Upaniñads, the style of Upaniñads, • The two main quests - Happiness Analysis and Quest for reality. • Prānic Energy Model, Layers of bliss. 2: NYĀYA & VAIŚEÑIKA • Concept of Nyāya philosophy, means of salvation according to Nyāya and Vaiśeñika. • The sixteen Padārthas according to Nyāya. • Means and objects of knowledge according to Nyāya and Vaiñeñika. • Relation between Nyāya and Vaiśeñika philosophy. • Perception (Pratyakña), inference (Anumāna), comparison (Upamāna) according to • Nyāya and Vaiśeñika. 3: SĀÌKHYA AND YOGA • Introduction. • Three fold afflictions and means to overcome afflictions. • 25 entities according to Sāìkhya and means of knowledge. • Ñaãkārya Vāda, similarities and dissimilarities between Vyakta and Avyakta, Tiguëa; • Existence of Puruña, plurality of Puruña, proximity of Puruña and Prakåti. • Kāraëa, AntaùKaraëaand Bāhya Karaëaaccording to Sāìkhya Kārikā. 4: MIMÄMSA • Uttara Mimāmsā: Concept of Badarayāëa in Uttara mimāmsā, Pramāëa, Pratyakña,Anumāna, Çabda according to Uttara 5 Mimāmsā. • Difference between Vidyā& Avidyā, subject & object, creation & causation, cause & effect. • Summary of ten Upaniñads. • Pürva Mimāmsā: Pürva Mimāmsāin Ñaò Darśana; • PramāëasOfGaimini, • Atheism in Pürva Mimāmsā. 5: BHAGAVAD GÉTĀ (B.G.) • General Introduction to Bhagavad Gétā (B.G.). • Definitions of Yoga in Bhagavad Gétā and their relevance and Scope. • Essentials of B.G from Chapters II, III, IV, V, VI, XII & XVII: • The meanings of the terms Ätmasvarüpa, Sthitaprajïa, Sāìkhya Yoga, Karma Yoga, Sannyāsa Yoga and Karma Svarüpa (Sakāma and Niñkāma) etc. Sannyāsa, Dhyāna , Nature of Dhyäna, Preparation of Dhyāna and Dhyāna Yoga etc. • Bhakti, Nature of Bhakti, Means and Goal of Bhakti Yoga. • The Triguëäsand modes of Prakåti. • Three kinds of Faith. • Food for Yoga Sādhaka, classification of food etc. • The Glory of B.G. • Yoga Vañiñöa. Concept of mind, creation, concept of Ādhiand Vyādhi, Remedies. Text Books 1.Dr H R Nagendra: Yoga Its Basis and Applications -Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, Bangalore, 2002 2.Chandradhar Sharma: A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy - Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, Delhi, 2000 3. Radhakrishnan, S. : Indian Philosophy (Vol. I & II) - George Allen and Unwin, London, 1971 4. Swami Prabhavananda: Spiritual Heritage of India (English) - Sri Ramkrishna Math, Madras,2004 5. Swami Harshananda: The Six Systems of Hindu Philosophy - Ramakrishna Math, Bangalore, *** MST-102- YOGA THERAPY-1 Cell: Cytoplasm – Cytoplasmic matrix, cell membrane, cell organelles, 6 cytoskeleton, Homeostasis, Control systems, Transport across cell membrane, Nucleus – nuclear envelope, nuclear matrix, DNA and other components of chromatin, protein synthesis, nucleolus, nuclear changes indicating cell death. Cell division: Cell cycle and its regulation, mitosis, meiosis, cell renewal. Cellular differentiation and proliferation. Tissues of Body: Types, structures and functions of Epithelial, Connective, Muscular and Nervous tissue Skeletal system: Bones & its types, Joints & its types, Structure and function of a Synovial joint Muscular system: Classification and structure of muscles, Changes during muscular contraction, Neuro-muscular junction Nutrition & Metabolism: Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Minerals, Vitamins, Dietary fibre, Recommended Dietary Allowances, Balanced diet, Diet for infants, children, pregnant & lactating mothers, and the elderly, Energy metabolism, Obesity & Starvation Digestive system: Anatomy of Digestive system, Mouth and salivary glands, Mastication & Swallowing, Salivary secretions, Stomach, Pancreas, Pancreatic & biliary secretion, Liver & Gall bladders, Intestine, Movements of gastro intestinal tract, Gastrointestinal motility, Gastro intestinal hormones, Functions of colon (symbiosis), Digestion and absorption. Respiratory system: Anatomy of Respiratory tract, Pulmonary ventilation, Alveolar ventilation, Mechanics of respiration, Pulmonary circulation, Pleural fluid, Lung oedema, Principles of gas exchange, Oxygen & carbon-dioxide transport, Regulation of respiration, Pulmonary function tests. Excretory system: Anatomy of Urinary system, Kidney, Nephron, Water balance, regulation of fluid balance, Urine formation, Renal mechanisms for the control of blood volume, blood pressure & ionic composition, Micturition, Diuretics, Renal failure

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