1. Concept of vidya and knowledge

2. System of indian philosphy

3. History of yoga and yogic lore

4. Yoga sutras of patanjal

5. Hatha yoga

6. Bhagvad geeta

7. Concept of health and diet in context of yoga and ayurveda

8. Human psychology and yogic techniques

9. Therapeutic aspect of yoga• Human physiology and anatomy
• Yogic phisiology and Anatomy
• Yoga Therapy

10. Methods of teaching

1-Concept of Vidya and Knowledge

• introduction of para and apara vidya

• guru and system of gurukula

• tradition of knowledge ( guru parampara )

2- System of Indian Philosphy

• what is philosphy in indian context along with western prospective • introduction of shad- darshana (6 schools of philosphy in arthodox system )

• nyaya philosphy

• vaishesik philosphy

• samkhya philosphy

• yoga philosphy

• poorva mimsa

• uttar mimsa ( vedanta philosphy )

School of Philosophy in Heterodox System

• philosophy of Buddhism

• philosophy of Jainism

• philosphy of charvaka

3- History of Yoga and Yogic Lore

• origin of yoga

• journey of yoga in different ages

• great masters of yoga

• different schools of yoga

• yogic lore

4- yoga sutra of patanjali

• about sage patanjali and his scripture

• introduction of patanjali yoga sutra

• discussion and study on two chapter (samdhi pad and sadhna pad ) out of four

5-Hatha Yoga -

• what is hatha yoga

• history of hatha yoga

• masters of hatha yoga and their text

• introduction of hatha yoga pradeepika text

• discussion and study on complete 4 chapters ( asana , pranayama, mudra and bandha, nadanusmdhan )

6- Bhagvad Geeta-

• history and background of bhagvad geeta

• synopsis of bhagvad geeta

• Discussion and study on chapter 2 (gyan/samkhya yoga) chapter 6 (atam samyama yoga) and chapter 12 (bhakti yoga) along with philosphy of karm yoga.

• Application of bhagvad geeta in daily life

7- Concept of health and diet in context of yoga and ayurveda

• what is health

• connection between yoga and ayurveda

• health science in yoga and ayurveda

• diet and its importance

• healty diet

• diet for yoga practisers

• health remadies in yogic and ayurvedic scriptures

8- Human Pychology and Techniques of Yoga

• introduction

• human mind, behaviour and problems

• yogic techniques of mind management ( based on patanjali yoga sutras,bhagvad geeta, yoga vashistha and hatha texts )

9- Therapeutic Aspects of Yoga

Human psychology and anatomy

• origin of life

• terms of anatomy ( body plane, body axis, different types of mobility etc. )

• Basic components and foundation of huamn body ( protoplasam, cell, tissues, protein, vitamin, minerals etc.)

• introduction of body system-

(i) skeleton system
(ii) muscular system
(iii) endocrine system
(iv) cardiovascular system
(v) digestive system
(vi) excretory system
(vii) reproductive system
(viii) difference between yoga practice and physical exercise

Yogic Psychology and Anatomy

• introduction

• importance of yogic physiology and anatomy

• components of yogic physiology and anatomy-

(i) Tri gunas
(ii)panch mahabhut
(iii) ego and mind
(iv) panchkosha
(v) gyanendriyas
(vi) karmendriyas
(vii) nadis
(viii) chakra
(ix) marma sthan
(x) prana and vayu
(xi) sapt dhatus

Yoga Therapy-

• introduction and fundamental principles of yoga therapy

• study and discussion on-

• yoga for diabetes

• yoga for diabetes

• yoga for obesity

• yoga for depression

• yoga for stress and anxiety

• yoga for sleeping disorder

• yoga for joints pain

• yoga for back pain

• yoga for blood pressure and cardio

• yoga for pregnancy

• yoga for psychological illness

• yoga for memory.

• Do’es and don’t for yoga therapiest.

10- Methods of teaching