MA in YOGA from MLSU, Great Opportunity – Yoga for Everyone

MA Yoga from MLSU, Yoga for everyone

A set of specific exercises, called poses, combined with specific breathing techniques and meditation principles are the building blocks of a yoga class. If a pose causes pain or proves too difficult, there are variations and modifications that can be made to help students. Props like blocks, blankets and straps — even chairs — can be used to help you get the most benefit from the poses. Yoga is not one-size-fits-all: The best yoga workout for you will depend on your individual needs and goals.

The benefits of a regular yoga practice are wide-ranging. In general, a complete yoga workout can help keep your back and joints healthy, improve your overall posture, stretch and strengthen muscles and improve your balance, says Roger Cole, Ph.D., a psychobiologist and certified Iyengar yoga teacher. Yoga also has “a restorative side that is deeply relaxing and rejuvenating,” Dr. Cole says. “Relaxation is built into every yoga session.”

In addition, yoga’s focus on the breath can calm you and help you learn to be more mindful of your body, says Dr. Timothy McCall, the author of “Yoga as Medicine,” and that can help you to move with greater ease. 

In recent years, more and more research is demonstrating the wide-ranging health benefits of yoga.

MA Yoga Course from MLSU Udaipur

If you are graduate student and interested in YOGA, this is great opportunity for you.

MLSU, Udaipur invited for the admission in the M.A. Yoga by MLSU Udaipur for the session 2020-21. Master of Yoga or MA Yoga is 2 year and 4 semester course. The application process for this course has started and the last date of online admission process is November 11, 2020.

Apply online application for admission in MA Yoga, and here is the course details of MA Yoga.

MA Yoga Course Details

MA Yoga is a 2 year course provided by MLSU Udaipur. The medium of teaching of this course will be Hindi and students will be able to take the exam in Hindi or English.

A total of 40 seats available for students in the course.

Eligibility Criteria

A minimum of 45 percent marks in graduation is required in any recognized university.

MLSU Yoga Course Fees Structure

For admission in the course, a tuition fee of Rs. 30,000 per year per student ie Rs. 15,000 per semester has been fixed, which will be taken by demand draft at the time of admission interview. The fee includes 1 track suit and 1 tshirt (both years) and 1 day local tour.

Hostel accommodation is available for a reasonable fee.

2 Year M.A. Yoga Syllabus

The course syllabus is described as bellow.

Semester 1

  1. Fundamentals of Yoga
  2. Human anatomy and physiology – 1
  3. Indian philosophy and culture
  4. Hath Yoga
  5. Practical

Semester 2

  1. Patanjali Yoga Sutra
  2. Human anatomy and physiology – 2
  3. Applications of Yoga
  4. Principles of Naturopathy
  5. Practical

Semester 3

  1. Teaching methodology of Yoga practice
  2. Swastha vratta
  3. Fundamental of texts of Yoga – 1
  4. Complementry and alternative therapies
  5. Practical

Semester 4

  1. Research methodology of Yogic science
  2. Yoga and allied sciences
  3. Fundamental of texts Yoga – 2
  4. Yoga therapy
  5. Practical

Click here to apply online.

PG Diploma in YOGA

PG Diploma in Yoga is a 1 year course provided by MLSU Udaipur. The medium of teaching of this course will be Hindi and students will be able to take the exam in Hindi or English.

Also Read: MLSU Online Admission 2020

A tuition fee of Rs. 25000 has been set for the student for admission to the course. Tuition fee Demand draft will be collected during admission interview and the said fee includes a track suit, a t-shirt and a one-day local educational tour.

Eligibility: A minimum of 45 percent marks in graduation is required in any recognized university.

Syllabus – PG Diploma in Yoga

In this diploma of 1 year, lectures will be organized every day in the morning along with one hour yogic as well as coordination of Ayurvedic medicine, Naturopathy and Physiotherapy with yoga. Also, the following subjects will be studied.

  1. Patanjali Yoga Sutra
  2. Hath Yoga
  3. Yaga and Culture Synthesis
  4. Physiology and Anatomy
  5. Swastha Vrata
  6. Practical – Lesson plan, Asana, Pranayam, Bandh, Mudra Kriyaye, 30 Minut prayer & Meditation, Om Chant and Oral.

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