Weekdays Therapy Course – August to April




Organizational Setup of the Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga, Ayurveda, Naturopathy Health Scientific Research Centre
The Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga Centre is a Registered Charitable Trust. It has a vision to impart the ancient therapeutic knowledge of Yoga, Ayurveda-Panchakarma and Naturopathy and educate people. Trust activities are guided by the Board of Trustees.

1. Shri Dinanath C. Chaturvedi – Chartered Accountant
2. Shri Satyanarayan M. Jhunjhunwala – Former Judge of Bombay High Court
3. Shri Devesh D. Chaturvedi—Chartered Accountant & MBA
4. Vaidya Shri Subhash A. Joshi- MD (Ayurveda) & Physician
5. Captain Rameshchandra J.Lad – Hon. Officer Commanding of Bombay City Ambulance corps.
6. Shri S. Padmanabhan Iyengar- Former commissioner Provident fund Mumbai.

Legal Adviser – Shri Sunil S. Jhunjhunwala
Auditor – M/s. P.Gupta & Co.
The objectives of the trust are implemented by The MANAGING DIRECTOR, SHRI PARMANAND AGGARWAL and his team.
Shri Parmanand Aggarwal started his career in YOGA from Vishwayatan Yogashram, Katra (J&K) in 1976 under the renowned Swami Dhirendra Brahmachari. Along with Yoga, he studied the complementary subjects of Ayurveda, Naturopathy and Homoeopathy. He has served Kaivalyadhama Yoga Health Centre Mumbai as a Secretary and officer-in-charge of Kaivalyadhama (Mumbai), Principal for Certificate, Diploma & Advanced Yoga Courses and has an experience of over a period of 37 years. Shri Aggarwal is a highly qualified, knowledgeable and experienced teacher of yoga in all its facets. He has been teaching yoga and has conducted several workshops and camps in India and abroad focusing on health and healing through yoga. He has been instrumental in creating a credible platform for his fellow Yoga followers through a number of national and international, seminars and conferences. A revered teacher and guide to his innumerable students, Shri Aggarwal has brought about a marked change in the lives of a host of renowned personalities and celebrities from all walks of life. His students have in turn become teachers and followers of Yoga and are preaching it across the globe. He has also compiled articles, notes many books on topics like: – Pranayama Sadhana Shibir, Back Care through Yoga –Bronchial Asthma and Respiratory disorders, Diabetes and its management, Notes on Shatkriyas, Asana, Pranayama & Others.

Shri Parmanand Aggarwal is an avid practitioner and preacher of yoga and he has dedicated his whole life in helping others through Yoga. He was one of the presenters at the recently concluded international Yoga Festival 2016 at Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh (Himalayas) India.

The Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga Ayurveda Naturopathy health scientific Centre is running its activities in the premises of THE BOMBAY CITY AMBULANCE CORPS. Both the organizations are working in the field of preservation and promotion of good health and educating the people to save life.

YOGA is one of the most important facets of the Indian Culture. It has a living tradition of more than five thousand years. As a philosophy no doubt, Yoga offers a transcendental vision of reality but more important is the fact, that as a practical discipline, it is the most precise way to realize that vision. Though yoga is meant essentially for our spiritual development, it also emphasizes the fact that this development is possible only when the body and mind are healthy. The literal meaning of the word ‘Yoga’ is integration. It represents a process through which one learns how to live life in the most integrated way. It is a way, through which one ultimately reaches a stage of spiritual fulfillment. This becomes possible through a process of constant effort for identification and elimination of all the elements, which would lead to dis-integration. The health of the body and mind being the most important component of this integrated state; identification of all the elements causing ill- health and techniques for neutralizing their ill effects become an important concern in Yoga. Thus, Yoga has developed a unique system comprising of numerous physical and mental practices. It makes the body and mind work at their highest level of efficiency and also helps in the removal of all those factors which would reduce this efficiency. One level as a science of personal growth for spiritual experience can also be viewed at another level as science of Health and Healing. Unfortunately over the last few centuries, the essentials of Yoga got lost or got distorted by the indifference, ignorance and also by the wild superstitions prevalent in the society. The credit goes to many visionary persons like Swami Vivekananda, Shri Aurobindo, and Swami Kuvalayananda for retrieving it and presenting it to the world with new vigor and perspective.

AYURVEDA is a sub Veda of Atharvaveda which means the science of life. It has a tradition to balance and create harmony between mind, body and spirit, by preventing or curing any diseases, or ailments thus promoting a long and healthy life. It is a complete Holistic Medical Science, which has its own way of understanding a living body. As rightly said, it is balance of the three humors or
trigunas, seven components and well kindled gastric fire that will keep one healthy not only physically but also mentally.

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It describes the same in terms of Dosha (basic body energy), Dhatu (body tissue), and Mala (Excretory products). This science is based on the principles of five-element theory. For this purpose Ayurveda prescribes an excellent system of Panchakarma.

PANCHAKARMA: – means purification of our systems through biological or natural means that rejuvenates the human being as a whole. It strengthens the immune system and removes vitiated doshas out from the body. It is Swedan, Vaman, Virechan, Nasya and Raktamoksana.

NATUROPATHY is a system of curing diseases as well as prevention of diseases by using natural resources such as Water, Air, Mud, Clay, Sunlight, and Natural food and Manipulation (MASSAGE). Naturopathy recognizes that body possesses ability to resist disease and has an inherent mechanism of recovery and self- regulation. Naturopathy recognizes that personal health, environmental health and community health are part of a whole. Naturopathy teaches us the best way to achieve optimum health, to adapt right life style, developing self- esteem and a positive attitude towards life, eating fresh, wholesome natural food, drinking plenty of water, exercising regularly, taking plenty of rest and sleep, getting plenty of fresh air and sunshine, learning to handle stress and preventing all negative influences of life.

  1. Through Yoga one can bring equilibrium with body, breath, mind and soul.
  2. Through Ayurveda there is balancing of Doshas, Dhatu and Malakriya.
  3. Through Naturopathy healing, purifying and balancing the body fire through the Water, Air, Mud, Clay, Sunlight and Natural food.
  4. Yoga, Ayurveda-Panchakarma and are the best sources for maintaining Arogya. These three form the base of the Aatmabodh Academy.

1. Daily Yoga Classes: – one to one in a group, under the supervision of well qualified Medical Yoga consultants (Doctor) and Yoga Instructors for maintaining the Arogya – good health or for getting specific assistance in the natural process of healing when they suffer from some disorder.
2. Special Sunday Group Yoga Classes for everyone who want to learn yoga but cannot come on week days.
3. Special Daily Group Classes on Pranayama and Meditational Practices for developing the spiritual life.
4. Two weeks -Pranayama Sadhana Shibir for developing a clear and rational understanding of Pranayama as per Patanjali Yoga Sutra and Hatha Pradipika text for reaching higher level of Spiritualty.
5. Two weeks – Arogyasharanam Workshop for treatment of various disorders. The focus is on developing a clear and rational understanding of various yogic techniques on educating the individual in identifying the unhealthy elements in their day to day life which contribute to their problems and helping them in correcting these factors.
6. Special Yoga Retreats on various topics.

TEACHING AND ACADEMIC COURSES – Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga is offering on regular basis academic courses in YOGA, AYURVEDA –PANCHAKARMA & NATUROPTHY to educate people in the field of our Ancient cultural system. These courses are conducted in association with Ayush Medical Association India and affiliated to World Academy of Traditional Medical Science (Registered by State Government of Uttarakhand-Rishikesh)
1. Weekdays Diploma Course in Yoga, Ayurveda-Panchakarma and Naturopathy (Duration Nine Months) – June to February – Every Year
2. Weekend Diploma Course in Yoga, Ayurveda-Panchakarma and Naturopathy Saturday and Sunday (Duration twelve Months) – June to May – Every Year
3. Certificate Therapy Course in Yoga, Ayurveda Panchakarma and Naturopathy (Duration Nine Months) – August to April – Every Year
4. Certificate Course in Advanced Asanas (Duration Three Months) – February to April – Every Year
5. Certificate Course in Paranayama (Duration Three Months) – November to January – Every Year
6. Certificate Course in Traditional Mudras (Duration Three Months) – July – September – Every Year
7. Yoga Instructor’s course in Yoga: Only Sundays
(Duration six months)

Salient features of the Courses –
1. These courses have been devised for those who are not satisfied by mere technical knowledge of Yoga, Ayurveda and Naturopathy and are eager to know about its Philosophical and Psychological background, as well as why and how it affects the body and mind.
2. The emphasis in these courses is given on developing a right perspective and understanding the Science and Art of Yoga, Ayurveda-Panchakarma
and Naturopathy, through FIRST – HAND experience of right living in one’s own mind – body framework.
3. These Courses are specially designed to educate people who are interested in becoming Indian or ancient culture learner in the field of Yoga, Ayurveda-Panchakarma and Naturopathy.

Object of the Certificate Therapy Course in Yoga-Ayurveda-Naturopathy:-
1. Educate the students, to understand the determinants for protection, preservation and promotion of positive health at physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual levels.
2. To teach the students to understand the determinants of stress related ill health as well as etiology for common ailments.
3. To teach the students to developing and imparting skills in application of Yogic practices for restoring and promoting positive Health. The syllabus, geared to meet the objectives, contains theory papers, clinical research and project work with an emphasis on clinical experiences.
4. Etiological, factors, involved in producing disease states, will be studied with the help of scientific reasoning, scientific research, surveys and clinical observations.
5. Various Yoga practices, having THERAPEUTIC VALUE for these disease states at physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual levels will be studied, in the context of basic concepts and textual reference in YOGA, AYURVEDA, PANCHKARMA and NATUROPTHY.
6. The course has been devised for those who are not satisfied by mere technical knowledge of Yoga (Yoga Teachers) are eager to know about its Philosophical and Psychological backgrounds, as well as WHY AND HOW it affects the body and mind.
7. The emphasis in this course is on developing a right perspective and understanding the science and art of Yoga, through FIRST – HAND experience of right living in one’s own mind –body framework.

8. This course is specially designed to educate people who are interested in becoming Therapist and also serve the society.

1. Duration of the Classes: NINE- MONTHS
3. Timing: – Monday to Friday:- 11.00 AM. TO 2.30 PM. (3.5 Hours)
Saturday: – 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm. (August to November)
Saturday: – 7.00 am to 10.00 am. (December to March)
Practical Classes: 11.00 AM TO 12.30 PM.  Break Time: 12.30 pm to 1.00 pm
Theory Classes: 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm


1. Admission for the Certificate Therapy Course is available for those who have completed their Certificate or Diploma in Yoga Education from reputed Institutes.

2. Those students who have attended the Certificate course or Diploma in Yoga Education and Advanced Course who were not been awarded the certificate and keen interest in Yoga Therapy can also join the said course.

3. The management decision will be final to give the admission in this course.

COURSE FEES: Non –Refundable in any case Rs. 40,000/- for the entire course
ATTENDANCE: 80% Attendance in the theory and practical classes is COMPULSORY DURING THE COURSE MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION FOR THE COURSE: The medium of instruction for the course will be English and Hindi.


1. Theory, Practical and Viva examination from 15TH APRIL TO 30TH APRIL.

2. Only those students will be allowed to appear for the examinations who have 80% attendance in the theory as well as practical class. (PLEASE NOTE: NO REQUEST WILL BE ENTERTAINED FOR RELAXING THE ABOVE RULES.) CRITERIA OF PASSING: Students need to obtain 40% Minimum marks in each paper (Practical and Theory) and Aggregate 50% in total marks. AGE GROUP AND HEALTH STATUS: Any person can apply for the said course but candidates have to be of average health. Any one suffering from High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Bronchial Asthma, Spondylosis, Schizophrenia etc., will not be eligible. COMMITMENT: This course requires complete and un-reserved commitment on the part of the student. Each program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for this course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of this course.
Please Note: – Any request for the relaxation of rules to suit one’s other commitments will not be accepted.

MANAGEMENT RIGHTS: The Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga has full authority to change the Schedule and Program for the said course according to the circumstances.
NOTE FOR THE NON-RESIDENTS OF MUMBAI: This course is a Non-Residential Course, so a request to all non-residents of Mumbai applying for the course to make their own arrangements for their accommodation.


  • Shri Parmanand Aggarwal Founder and Managing Director-Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga
  • Capt. Ramesh J.Lad Hon. Officer commanding of The Bombay City Ambulance Corps. and one of the Trustees of Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga
  • Lt. Sunil C.Kansara The Bombay city Ambulance Corps.
  • Mrs. Shilpa Joshi M.Sc( Analytical Chemistry), DY.T.C (Yoga)Kaivalyadhama
  • Dr. Ghanshyam Sharma M.D. (Ayurveda), D.Y.T.C.(Yoga)Kaivalyadhama
  • Mr.Rekhesh Jain Naturopath
  • Dr. Abhijit A. Redij -B.A.M.S.(Ayurveda) ,D.YEd.(Yoga)Kaivalyadhama,P.G.D.P.C.P.G.D.I.C.
  •  Dr. Snehal Pathak – B.A.M.S., Diploma in Yoga Education Kaivalyadhama, P.G. Dip (Psychological Counseling)
  •  Dr. Gayatri K. Gohil – B.A.M.S.,CCY(Yoga) Kaivalyadhama, Diploma in Yoga,Y.V.N., CCTYAN (Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga)
  •  Dr. Anil More – B.A.M.S.,CCY(Yoga) Kaivalyadhama, Diploma in Yoga,
  •  Dr.Ajit Oak – B.D.S., B.A. & M.A. in Yoga
  •  Dr.Kaustubh Salvi – Naturopth
  •  Dr. Malobika Routh.- Doctorate in Human Consciousness and Yogic Science.
  •  Mrs. Puneet Kaur – B.sc, B.ed, BHMS, Dyed, CTCYAN
  •  Ms. Havovi M. Sukhadwala Dietician
  • Dr.Rushalli Nair BAMS from RA Poddar Ayu medical college MD (Kayachikitsa ) from KGMP Ayurvedic medical college
  •  Ms.Trupti J.Rathod B.Hsc(Human Development) P.G.Dip (Psychological Counseling), D.YEd.- Adv.Course – C.C.Y.T. (Yoga) Kaivalyadhama and Diploma in Yoga and Ayurveda
  • Ms. Trupti R. Jain BMS, PGD-FM, CCY (Yoga) Kaivalyadhama, CCTYAN (Aatmabodh Academy of Yoga)


  • Dr. Samprasad Vinod, Director, Maharshi Vinod Yoga Research Institute, Pune
  • Dr. Nilen Shah, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon, Mumbai  Dr. Anand Gokani, Diabetologist, Mumbai
  • Dr. Bhushan Kumar Upadhyay I.P.S.
  • Dr.G.S.Sahay, Ex- Professor, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala
  • Dr.M.M.Gore, Ex-Professor, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala
  • Dr. M.B.Bhole, Ex-Professor, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala
  • Dr. S.K.Ganguly, Ex-Professor, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala


Following Subjects will be covered in the course
1. PAPER – 1 Applied Science of Pantanjali Yoga Sutra
2. PAPER – 2 Practical and applied aspects in Yogic text in relations to Human life.
3. PAPER – 3 Anatomy & Physiology in Approach of Ancient Cultural System.
4. PAPER – 4 Approach of Ayurved Science (Panchakarma) for Arogya.
5. PAPER- 5 Science of Naturopathy for Optimum Health.
6. PAPER -6 Psychology and Counseling Aspect in Therapy.
7. PAPER -7 Concept and Role of First Aid in Human Life.
8. PAPER -8 Concept of Appropriate Diet

1. Workshop on Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation.
2. One day workshop on Neuroscience and Physiology of Yoga Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation Practices.

HOME – ASSIGNMENT –  Time to time Home-assignment will be given to the students which they have to submit within a stipulated period.

PROJECTS WORK – One projects to be completed on any Scheduled System functional Disorders and ailments in relations of Yoga Ayurved and Naturopathy.

– Shudhi Kriyas
– Asanas
– Pranayama
– Mudras
– Meditation Practices
– Mantra Recitations



  • Techniques of the Shudhi Kriyas, Asanas , Pranayama Bandhas Mudras in relations of therapy in diseases.
  • Effect of various Yogic practices Shudhi Kriyas, Asanas and Pranayamic practices on the human body in the light of modern physiological understanding of various system & their maintenance, control & immune response.

PAPER – 1.
1. Concept of Chitta, Kleash and Vritti and their role in existential wellbeing.
2. Genesis of existential ill –health in Patanjali Yoga Sutra.
3. Chitta Vikshepas- Personality disorders in the context of modern psychiatry.
5. Concept of positive health that can conceived from Patanjali Yoga Sutra and
Bhagwat Gita.

1. Concept of Chitta and its modifications
2. Descriptions of various types of mental affections leading to different diseases.
3. Remedial measures- direct and indirect handling of mind.
4. Sankhya Structure of Evolution.
5. Three fold afflictions means to overcome afflictions.
6. Contiguity of Purusha and Prakriti samyoga.
7. Dissimilarities and similarities amongst Vyakta (Manifest) Avyakta (Unman fest)
8. Trigunas.

1. Chitta: – Chitta-Vrutti , Chitta-Vikshep (Antaraya- Sahabhuva) , Vitarka Chitta- Prasadan (7 Way) to Chitta-vrutti Nirodh- Swarupe Avasthanam Pratipalsha Bhavanam – Wiser than Positive Thinking- Thought

2. Chapters –
Samadhi – Sadhana – Vibhuti – Kaivalya
Hey – Heyahetu- Haan – Haanopaya
Hey- Dukha Anagata
Heyhetu – Drashta Drushya Sanyog, Avidya (Kleshas)
Haan- Sanyog Abhaya- Kaivalya
Haanopaya- Aviplava Vivekkhyati, Ashtang Yog

3. Management –
Kriya Yoga: – Pilot Experiment to start-
Tap – Swadhyay – Ishwarpranishan
Ashtang Yoga: – Main Experiment Journey
Bahirang Yoga:- 2nd Chapter
Yama,Niyam,Asana,Pranayama, Pratyahar.
Antarang Yoga: – 3rd Chapter
Dharana, Dhyan, Samadhi.

Abhyas Vairagya: –

Overall Objective – Pratiprasav
Nirodh of Chitta Vriti
Shraddha Virya Smruti Samadhi Pragya

Ishwarpranidhana: – Surrender, Attitude of Gratitude
Purusha, Vishesh Ishwara – Godliness
A Higher being
Pranav Jap

The topic with modern day – A Correlation
o Self – Talk Awareness
o Behaviors Therapy
o Strees Management, Stressors
o Goal Setting and Interpersonal and Intrapersonal growth/relationship
o Attitude Development
o Anger Management
o Thought Management
Hathapradipka, Gheranda Samhita,Shiva Samhita
o Basic approaches towards life and living in yogic texts
Hathapradipka –Gheranda Samhita-Shiva Samita
o Concepts of achievement of positive Health in Yogic texts.
o As well as ways and means in tacking existential maladies in yogic texts in order to General Health, Functional Disorders and In Particular way.
o Basic principal of Yogic Therapy in yogic texts in order to understand Physical, Physiological and Psychological levels
o Limitations of the yogic therapy
o Basic Qualities of Yoga Therapist in order to Yogic Texts
o Concept of disease in yogic texts and principal of Yogic treatment.
o Concepts of correct Psycho-Physiological attitude in Yogic Therapy
o Basic need of counseling skills in Yogic Therapy
o Concepts of Principal of Diet in Yogic texts in relation of Therapy.
o Concepts of Places in Yogic texts in relation of healthy life.
o Concepts of sound in Yogic texts – Aum and Nada in relations of Therapy.
o Concepts of Meditation in Yogic texts in relations of healthy life.
o Concepts of Sanyama (control) in Yogic texts.
Yoga-Ayurveda-Pnachkarma- Naturopathy
1. Approaches in Modern Science in relations of Ancient Cultural System

2. Brief introduction of: – Cell, Tissue, Organ, Systems

3. Over all view of systems with Diseases.
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Endocrine System
Respiratory System
Cardio-Vascular System
Lymphatic System
Digestive System
Excretory System
Reproductive System

4. Brief introduction of Special sensory organs with relation of Modern Science with Sankhya: – Eyes, Ears, Nose, Tongue, Skin.

5. Details expiations of following concepts:-

Focus on the physiology of the systems and the role they play towards maintenance of Health, Flow chart of the systems.
Pathophysiology of the system and its impact on the Health.
Deeper Explanation of the muscular, skeletal system and spine and nervous system as they form the base of all Asanas.
Understanding different postures and movements.
Role of Breathing.
Concepts of Psychosomatic Diseases.

6. Application of Yoga Therapy in common disorders with the explanations of Nature of diseases and concepts of Modern Science in various systems of Human Body.
Musculoskeletal: – Backache, Neck-ache, Joint disorders, generalized body pain, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Spondylitis, lower back pain, Sciatica, Generalized body Aches .
Respiratory: -Bronchial Asthma, Allergic rhinitis, Chronic Cold, Sinusitis, Chronic Bronchitis Asthma, Tropical Eosinophilia.
Digestive: – Hyperacidity, Irritable Bowl Disorder, constipation, Dyspepsia, Gas trouble, Colitis, Piles.
Neurological: – Migraine, Multiple sclerosis. Diseases related to Psychiatry, Neurotic disorders, Schizozophenia, Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, and Tension.
Metabolic and Endocrine: – Diabetes Mellitus, Obesity and Thyroid Dysfunction.
Reproductive and Gynecological condition:- Infertility, PCOS, Pregnancy, middle and late pregnancy, white discharges, Menstrual disorders, low sperm count in males.
Cardiovascular: – High Blood pressure, Hypertension, Peripheral vascular Disease, Myocardial Ischemia with angina pain. Geriatric Medicine Adjustment disorders, Memory loss, insomnia. Osteoporosis.
Effect of various Yogic practices:
Shuddhi kriyas, Asanas, Pranayamic and meditation practices on the human
body in the light of modern physiological understanding of various system
& their maintenance, control
Introduction of Āyurveda, aim, myths and texts
Samkhya philosophy, Panchmahabhuta, Indriya
Dosha concept – functions, location, signs on body
Dhatu concept – functions
Mala concept – functions
Prakruti and Vikriti – how to analyse person,s prakruti
Āyurveda and Mind – Manas Prakruti, concepts of Sattva, Rajas and Tamas
Concept of Agni
Ama and other factors responsible for manifestation of the disease
Ahara – Rasa, Virya, Vipaka
Ashta Ahara Vidhi
Nidan panchak
Shat kriya Kaal
Chikitsa – concepts – Shodhana and Shamana
Vamana & Virechana – Theoretical concepts
Basti – concepts and practical
Nasyam – concepts and practical
Raktamokshan – concepts and practical (only leech therapy will be taugh
Special therapies I – shirodhara, janubasti,- practical elaboration
Special therapies II – Pottali treatment for various health conditions, shiropichu – practical elaborations
Special therapies III – Pizhichil therapy, kati basti
Introduction to basic common herbs and their uses in Āyurveda
Introduction of kitchen herbs with their Ayurvedic properties and uses
Home remedies for day to day health problems
 Fundamental principles of Naturopathy
 Philosophy of Indian Naturopathy
 Introduction of Naturopathy in reference to its origin, history and worldwide existence
 Concepts of five elements in Naturopathy
 Concepts of diseases and its treatments in Naturopathy
 Concepts of sources of treatments in Naturopathy therapy: –
 Water (Hydrotherapy): Physiological effects of water internally as well as externally indication of water in disease contra indication of water in disease.
 Air
 Mud Therapy: Chemical composition of mud. Physical properties of mud. Physiological effects of mud on body and disease. Indication and contra indication of mud. Mode of application.
 Sunlight (Chroma Therapy): The use of sunlight and colour to treat the illness. Physical properties of sunlight and colours. Physiological effects of sunlight and colour on Human body according to disease. Indication and contra indication of Chroma therapy.
 Manipulative (Massage): Knowledge of all the monuments given in massage with acupressure point. Physiological effects of massage on human body. Indication and contra indication of massage therapy.
 Natural Food: “YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT” Food is the only medicine provided the health. Natural food like fruits, sprouted, grams and Vegetable salads it called “SATVIK AAHAR” pure Nutritious food. Natural Diet depending on the ailments.
 Mud Pack in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
 Mud pack on the Abdomen – Chest – Eyes
 Full body Mud pack
 Immersion Bath in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
 Spinal Bath
 Spinal Spray
 Douches (presser Baths)
 Foot Bath
 Katisnan- Hip Bath
 Sun Bath in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
 Colour Bath
 Packs in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
 Hot and cold Pack – Locally
 Hot and Cold Pack – Whole Body
 Sweden in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
 Steam bath – local and whole body
 Massages in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
 Massage with Oil (Kind of Oil) as per diseases
 Massage with powder
 Massage with Water
 Massage without Oil.
 Natural Food in order to various disorders and diseases in Systems
As per the principal of Naturopathy
 Concepts of Diet Management
 Concepts of Juice Management
 Concepts of fasting
 Concepts of Kaya-Kalp , one food Management
 General Principal of the First-Aid
 Triangular Bandage and Arm Slings
 Asphyxia and Resuscitation
 Methods of Artificial Respiration
 Injuries to Bones, Joints and Muscles
 Wounds, Bleeding and Shock
 Treatment of wounds
 Roller Bandages
 Burns and Scalds
 Emergency Methods of Transport & Blanketing a Casualty
1. Concepts of importance of optimum nutrition for human body.
2. Definition of Nutrition
3. Important component of food habits – Quantity, Quality and Distribution, Method of preparation and food choices – RDA
4. Adopting particular dietary practices of lifestyle changes for correcting body composition and improving immunity –importance of the fat loss and muscle gain.
5. Food Group: – Cereals

  • Pules, Nuts and oil seeds.
  • Root and tubers
  • Green Vegetables
  • Fresh and Dried Fruits
  • Fats, oils sugars and food pyramid
  • Milk and milk products.
    6. Metabolism and body composition :-
  • How body composition and metabolism are connected, factors affecting BMR.
  • Energy required for physical activity, thermic effect of foods.
    7. Classification of Nutrients: – Macronutrients and Micronutrients and their purpose.
    8. Proteins:- Types of amino Acids ( Essential and Noon Essential)
    Protein Quality – first class and second class.
    Protein function
    Protein Exchanges
    Benefits of Milk and Soya
    9. Carbs: – Classification – fast absorbed and slow absorbed.
    Role of Fibers
    Carbohydrate exchanges
    10. Fats:- Classification – SFA ,MUFA and PUFA & their function
    Tran’s fats, Essential fats
    Food sources and food exchange list of visible and invisible fats.
    11. Vitamins and Minerals: – Classification and function and food sources.
    12. Water and electrolytes: – Role for optimal health.
    13. General dietary regulations for fat loos and muscle gain for obese and underweight people.
    14. Obesity –Grades of BMI, body fat percentage
    Types of obesity
    Complications due to obesity
    Dietary Guidelines for obesity
    15. Dietary advice for Diabetes:- Type of 1 and Type 2DM signs and symptoms
    Plus complications.
    16. CVD- Atherosclerosis, Hypertension , Myocardial infarct
    17. Dietary guidelines for healthy skin (Beneficial foods and foods to avoid )
    18. Peptic Ulcer :- Gastric and Peptic Ulcer :- Signs and Symptoms
    Foods to avoid and beneficial foods
    19. Challenges to Nutritional status to CNS – (beneficial foods and food to avoid- Alzheimer’s Parkinson’s Seasonal affected disorder, chronic and Fatigue syndrome, Migraines.
    20. Challenges to Nutritional status in gastrointestinal system – Beneficial foods and foods to avoid for Diarrhea, Bloating, Nausea and Constipation.
    21. Colitis:- Ulcerative colitis
    22. Food Additives in food Industry
    23. Enzyme defects:- Lactose intolerance- signs and symptoms plus dietary advice, Gluten intolerance- signs and symptoms plus dietary advice , food allergies.
    24. Yogic Diet,


  •  What is Psychology and Counselling?
     Mind: Yoga and PsychologyBasics of Therapy:
  • Understanding Human Behavior
  • Age and Behavioral Changes
     What are skills and attitudes
     Observation Skills, Listening, Verbal, Non –Verbal, Questioning
     Respect, Geniuses, Empathy
     Introduction to REBTCounselling Practice:
  • Client centered approach
    History taking and involvement
    Limitations of Counsellor

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