Yoga and Meditation

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This is a skill-oriented course to educate students about good lifestyle, morality, health, happiness and harmony through Yoga and Meditation. It focuses towards development of overall well-being like- physical, mental, social and spiritual. Students will able to know life better by following major paths of Yoga i.e., Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Hatha Yoga.

Code(Credit) : CUTM3072 (0-3-1)

Scheme Skill for Success (SFS)
NSQF Level 5
Duration 4 Months
Sector Beauty & Wellness
Occupations Health & Wellness
Entry Qualification 10th Pass (understand Odia, Hindi & Basic English)
Minimum Age 12 Years
Aligned to (QP) QP-BWSQ2203-Yoga-Trainer-V1-19-12-2017.pdf

Course Objectives:

The objectives of this subject are:

  • To spread the message of complete well-being i.e. Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual.
  • To encourage students towards healthy lifestyle.
  • To establish an equilibrium between body-mind-soul.
  • To bring certain visible and quick results by practicing of Yoga.
  • To record student’s health transformation for research project.

After completing this program-

  • To understand the concept of Practicing Yoga with its true meaning.
  • To perform some major detoxification techniques as Yogic Kriya.
  • To perform various important Asanas & Surya Namaskar.
  • To perform various Pranayama (breathing techniques)
  • To practice various Meditation techniques towards mental peace and eradicate unnecessary thoughts.
  • Can join any Yoga Schools, Colleges, Universities, or any wellness related organization as Yoga trainer and health assistant,
  • Can become entrepreneur in the field of Yoga and wellness.
  • Can be helpful to do Diploma or any Advance course in the same area.
  • Can develop various positive qualities like well-Behaviour, good-character, healthy body and happy mind.

Learning Record:

The trainee will submit a Practice/Project/Learning record after each class/session.

Assessment Process:

  • The assessment agencies should have an expert to conduct assessment NOS wise and every trainee should score a minimum of 70% in the overall assessment.
  • The assessment of the theory/knowledge will be based on a written test/viva-voce or both while the skill test shall be hands-on practical.

Course Curriculum:

Section 1 : (Theory)
  • Etymology of Yoga, brief introduction to origin, history and development of Yoga
  • Aim, Objectives and Misconceptions about Yoga
  • General introductions to major paths of Yoga; like- KARMA, JNANA, BHAKTI, RAJA & HATHA
  • Distinction between Yoga Asana and Non-Yogic physical practices
  • Concept of Mita-ahara (Yogic Diet)
  • Causes of Success (Sadhaka Tattwa) and Causes of Failure (Badhaka Tattwa) in Yoga Sadhana
  • Introduction to Astanga Yoga of Patanjali & Contemporary Hatha Yoga
  • Purpose and Utility of Kriya, Asana, Pranayama & Dhyana in present daily life.
  • Different Yogic Principles for healthy living and happy life. (Dinascharya)
  • Followed with few meaningful Stories
Section 2 : ( Kriya)
  • Kunjal (Vaman Dhauti)
  • Jala Neti
  • Kapala bhati
  • Agnisara
  • Tratak
  • Sankha Prakshalana (optional)
Section 3 A: ( Sukshma Vyayama)
  • Eye exercises
  • Neck exercises
  • Shoulder strengthening
  • Chest expansion
  • Abdominal Exercises
  • Waist movement
  • Thigh & hip movement
  • Knee exercises
  • Ankle exercises
  • Toes exercises
Section 3 B: ( Stula Vyayama)
  • Sarvanga Pusti (open whole-body joints)
  • Hrid-gati (improve heart function)
Section 4 : ( Surya Namaskar)
  • Prayer (chant 12 different name of Sun)
  • Basic traditional 12 steps with scientific explanations
  • Practice with breath co-ordination & Focus Chakras (energy point)
Section 5 A : ( 20 useful Culturative Asanas)
I. Standing
II. Sitting
III. Prone-lying
IV. Supine-lying
Ardha Chakrasana
Pada Hastottanasana
Ardha Matsyendrasana
Santulanasana (Plank)
Parivritta Konasana
Chaturanga Dandasana
Section 5 B : ( Relaxative & Meditative Asanas)
I. Relaxative
II. Meditative
Section 6 : ( Pranayama with Bandhas & Mudras)
  • Full Yogic Breathing (Abdominal, thoracic & clavicular)
  • Maha Bandha (Jalandhar, Uddiyan, Mula)
  • Mudra (Jnana, Aswini, Viparitakarni)
  • Anuloma Viloma Pranayama
  • Bhastrika Pranayama
  • Bhramari Pranayama
  • Sitali & Sitkari Pranayama 
Section 7 : (Yoga Nidra & Meditation)
  • Yoga Nidra with mindfulness
  • Silent Meditation
  • Mantra Meditation
  • Guided Meditation
Section 8 : (Project Work)
  • Project on Own Practice (submit own strength & weak points during the training)
  • Preparation of a Common Yoga Protocol for complete well-being.

Reference Book :

  • CUTM Yoga beginner's Mannual and Hand notes.
  • A Common Yoga Protocol by MDNIY, Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India
  • The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali by Swami Satchidananda
  • Bhagavat Gita by AC Bhaktivedanta Srila Prabhupada

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