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Name of Subjects Refrence Books

Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
i. Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology, Basic Anatomical and Physiological terms.
ii. Cell: Structure & Functions, different cell organelles and their functions.
iii. Tissues and Organization of human system; Introduction to Support Systems.
iv. Maintenance Systems, Control Systems, Defence System and Concept of Homeostasis.

Chapter 2
Musculo-Skeletal System
i. The Skeletal System: Skeleton, Functions of skeleton, Classification of bones, Study of joints.
ii. Structure and function of a Synovial joint.
iii. The Muscular System: Types of Muscles in the body,
iv. The characteristics, structure and functions of the Skeletal Muscles, Smooth Muscles and Cardiac Muscles.

Chapter 3
Digestive and Excretory System
i.Gross anatomy of digestive system, functional anatomy of Mouth, Oral cavity, Pharynx, Esophagus, Stomach, Small intestine, Large intestine and Anal canal.
ii. Physiology of digestion, assimilation & peristalsis, Gastric and digestive juices involved during digestion, associated glands involved in digestive system.
iii. Urinary system, kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra.
iv. Skin and sweat glands.

Chapter 4
Cardiovascular System
i. Functional anatomy of the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries.
ii. The organization of systematic and pulmonary circulation, the cardiac cycle.
iii. Blood: Composition and Functions, Blood groups and their importance.
iv. Cardiac output and venous return.
v. Blood pressure and regulation of blood pressure.

Chapter 5
Nervous system & Special Senses
i. An introduction to histology - nerve - structure and properties of neurons - nerve - action potential - generation propagation - factors influencing classification of neurons and nerve fibers, neuralgia cells, receptors and reflex arcs.
ii. Functional anatomy of Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Spinal cord.
iii. Functions and importance of the parts of the brain viz., cerebrum,
pons, medulla, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and autonomic nervous system [sympathetic and parasympathetic].
iv. Functional anatomy and physiology of eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin.

Chapter 6
Endocrine System
i. Anatomical structure of important endocrine glands (pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, adrenal and gonads).
ii. Short anatomy of the hypothalamus and the releasing hormones secreted from it.
iii. Structure and function of anterior and posterior pituitary.
iv. Function of thyroid, parathyroid, supra renal and islets of Langerhans.

Chapter 7:
blood & lymphatic system
i. Composition of blood corpuscles - RBC, WBC and Platelets.
ii. Plasma, hemoglobin - coagulation of blood and anti coagulants, blood groups and its importance.
iii. Sites, functional anatomy of lymph nodes and their function.
iv. Lymphatic system and its’ role in immune system.

Chapter 8
Reproductive system
i. Functional anatomy male reproductive system, seminal vesicles and prostrate glands.
ii. Spermatogenesis.
iii. Functional anatomy of female reproductive system.
iv. Ovarian hormones, menstruation, pregnancy, parturition and lactation.

Chapter 9
Respiratory System
i. Gross anatomy of the respiratory passages, functional of Nasal cavity, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchus, Lungs and Alveoli.
ii. The process of Respiration, Lungs volumes & capacities, Mechanics of breathing and exchange of gas in alveoli.

Books
1. Gore, M.M. : Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic practices(Kanchan Prakshan, Lonavala, 2003)
2. Sri Krishna :Notes on Structure and Functions of Human Body and Effects of Yogic practices on it.(Kaivalydhama S.M.Y.M Samiti,Lonavala,1988)
3. Charu, Supriya : Sarir Rachana evam Kriya Vigyan
4. Evelyn, C. Pearce : Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses(Faber and Faber Ltd. London, 1968)
5. Chatterjee, C.C. : Human Physiology (Vol. I & II)(Medical Allied Agency, Calcutta,1992)
6. Aatreya, Shanti Parkash :Yoga Manovigyan (IndianPsychology)(International Standard Publication,Varanasi; 1965)
7. Abhedananda : The Yoga Psychology, Ramakrishna Vedanta Math, Calcutta, 1973.

AYUSH

Chapter 1: Principles of Yoga Therapy (10 hours)
Unit 1:
Concept of body, health and disease; concept of Yoga; Pancha Kosa, the basis for the IAYT, Pancha Kosa practices of Annamaya, Pranamaya, Manomaya, Vijianamaya and Anandamaya kosas.
Unit 2:
Health and Yoga Therapy through Yoga Vasinoha: Concepts of Adhi and Vyadhi as found in Yoga Vasinoha; the remedial measures; Handling the mind and emotions-enhancing the power of discrimination.
Unit 3:
Health and Yoga Therapy through Gheraeoa Samhita: Historical aspects; life of Gheraeoa; the dimensions of Hatha Yoga, contributed by Gheraeoa in comparison to other texts; study of the text and their usefulness in modern times.
Unit 4:
Health and Yoga Therapy through Hatha Ratnavali, study of the text and their usefulness in modern times.

Chapter 2 :Fundamentals Of Ayurveda (10 hours)
i.General introduction, definition, history and principles of Ayurveda.
ii.Concept, role and importance of - Dosha, Dhatu, Mala, Updhatu, Srotas, Indriya, Agni, Prana, Pranayatna, Prakriti, Deha Prakriti and Manasa Prakrit.
iii.Concept, role and importance of -Swasthavrita, Dinacharya, Ritucharya, Sadvrita, Achararasayana.
iv.Elementary knowledge of concept of health, disease and management of common diseases in Ayurveda.
v.Relationship between Yoga and Ayurveda, Importance & utility of basic concepts of Ayurveda in Yogic Therapy.

Chapter 3: Fundamentals of Naturopathy (Nisargopachar) (10 hours)
i.General introduction, definition, history and principles of Nisargopachar
ii.Concept, role, qualities, functions and importance of -five elements. Relationships of five elements with seasons, body and mind.
iii.Philosophy of Nisargopachar- Western and Indian Concept of health and disease in Nisargopachar. Main principles of Naturopathy (Nisargopachar).
iv.Practices in Nisargopachar- Upavasa & Diet Therapy, Hydrotherapy & Mud therapy, Solar, Color & Magnet therapy, Massage & Manipulative therapies, Acupuncture and Energy Medicine.
v.Relationship between Yoga and Nisargopachar. Yoga & Nisargopachar as a system of medicine in disease prevention, health promotion and management of diseases.

Chapter 4: Principles of Therapy in Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy

Books:
1. Dr R Nagarathna and Dr H R Nagendra:Yoga and Health, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, 2002
2. Dr R Nagarathna and Dr H R Nagendra:Yoga for Promotion of Positive Health, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, 2002 
3. Jnananda Bharati :Essence of Yoga Vasinoha, Pub: Sanata Books, Chennai
4. Hatha Ratnavali, Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthana, Andhra Pradesh.
5. Gheranda Samhita, Shri Sadguru Publication, New Delhi.

Reference Books:
1. Swami Digambarji and : Gheraeoa Samhita Gharote M.L.(Kaivalyadhama, S.M.Y. Samiti, Lonavala, 1978.)
2. Ghosh, Shyam: The Original Yoga (Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi, 1999)
3. Swami Maheshanandaji and Others: Shiva Samhita (Kaivalyadhama, S.M.Y.M. Samiti, Lonavala,1999)
4. Ghatore, M.L and others.: Hatharaonavali of Srinivasayogi (The Lonavala Yoga Institute, Lonavala, 2002)
5. Woodroffe, Sir John: The Serpent power (Ganesh & Company, Madras, 2000)
6. Venkatesananda (Author) : Vasinoha Yoga, State University of New York Press, 1993.

COMMON AILMENTS

Unit-1:
Musculo-Skeletal Disorders
i. Muscular dystrophy
ii. Myasthenia gravis
iii. Cervical and lumbar spondylosis
iv. All forms of Arthritis

Unit-2:
Gastro-Intestinal Disorders And Excretory System
Gastro-Intestinal Disorders:
i. Constipation
ii. Indigestion
iii. Hyperacidity
iv. Ulcer
v. Flatulence
vi. Gastritis
vii. Dysphagia
viii. Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Excretory System:
i. Nephrotic syndrome
ii. Chronic renal failure
iii. Renal hypertension
iv. Renal stones

Unit-3:
Cardio-Vascular Disorders
i. Hypertensive vascular disease
ii. Hypotension
iii. Coronary artery disease
iv. Arthrosclerosis
v. Ischemic heart disease
vi. Angina pectoris
vii. Silent Ischemic disease

Unit-4:
Cardiac Rehabilitation
i. Evaluation skills to determine the stage of the disease.
ii. Knowledge about the requirements of primary rehabilitation.
iii. Knowledge about the requirements of secondary rehabilitation.
iv. Knowledge about the requirements of tertiary rehabilitation.
v. Assessments of disability and quality of life.

Unit-5:
Neurological Disorders:
i. Migraine & Tension headache
ii. Cerebro-vascular accidents
iii. Epilepsy; Pain; Autonomic dysfunctions
iv. diopathic Parkinson’s disease
v. Multiple sclerosis
vi. Refractory errors of vision

Unit-6:
Endocrinological and Metabolic Disorder
i. Diabetes Mellitus (I&II)
ii. Hypo and Hyper-Thyroidism
iii. Obesity
iv. Metabolic Syndrome

Unit-7:
Cardio-Vascular Disorders
i. Hypertensive Vascular Disease
ii. Hypotension
iii. Coronary Artery Disease
iv. Arthrosclerosis
v. Ischemic Heart Disease
vi. Angina Pectoris
vii. Silent Ischemic Disease

Unit-8:
Obstetrics and Gynecological Disorders
i. Menstrual disorders
ii. Premenstrual Syndrome
iii. Pregnancy and Childbirth.
iv. Ante-natal care
v. Post-natal care.

Unit-9:
Respiratory Disorders.
i. Chronic Bronchitis
ii. Allergic Rhinitis & Sinusitis
iii. COPD & Emphysema
iv. Bronchial Asthma
v. Occupational exposures and pulmonary disease

Unit-10:
Respiratory Rehabilitation
i. Evaluation skills to determine the stage of the disease.
ii. Knowledge about the requirements of primary rehabilitation.
iii. Knowledge about the requirements of secondary rehabilitation.
iv. Knowledge about the requirements of tertiary rehabilitation.
v. Assessments of disability and quality of life.

Text Book:
1. Dr R Nagarathna, Dr H R Nagendra and Dr Shamantakamani Narendran, Yoga for common ailments and IAYT for different diseases, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, 2002

Reference Books:
1. Gore, M.M. : Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic practices (Kanchan Prakshan, Lonavala, 2003)
2. Sri Krishna : Notes on Structure and Functions of Human Body and Effects of Yogic practices on it (Kaivalydhama S.M.Y.M Samiti, Lonavala, 1988)
3. Charu, Supriya : Sarir Rachana evam Kriya Vigyan
4. Evelyn, C. Pearce : Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses (Faber and Faber Ltd. London, 1968)
5. Chatterjee, C.C. : Human Physiology (Vol. I & II)(Medical Allied Agency, Calcutta,1992)
6. Shivanand Saraswati : Yoga Therapy (Hindi & English)
7. Reddy, M. Venkata. : Yogic Therapy(Sri M.S.R. Memorial Yoga series, and Others Arthamuru A.P.2005)
8. Rai, Lajpat : Discovering Human Potential energy: A Physiological Approach to Yoga (Anubhava Rai Publications, 1998)
9. Aatreya, Shanti Parkash : Yoga Manovigyan (Indian Psychology)(International Standard Publication,Varanasi; 1965)
10. Abhedananda : The Yoga Psychology Ramakrishna,Vedanta Math, Calcutta, 1973.
11. Nagarathna, R and Nagendra, H.R. : Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy for Positive Health(Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, Bangalore, 2001)
12. Robin Monoro,Nagarathna R and Nagendra, H.R. : Yoga for Common Ailments Gui Publication, U.K
13. Harrison : Principles of Internal Medicine, International Edition, 14Th Edition, New York: McGraw Hill Co. Inc., 1998.
14. A.K. Das (Ed.) : Medicine Update. Bombay:Association of Physicians of India, 1998.

YOGA TEXTS

Chapter 1: (30 hours)
Pátanjala Yoga Sütras
Unit 1:Introduction to Pátanjala Yoga Sütras Its Philosophy and Practices
i. Yoga, its meaning & purpose & a brief introduction to Pátanjala Yoga Sütras and its author.
ii. Nature of Yoga according to Pátanjala in light of Vyásabhashya and other traditional commentators, importance of Yoga Sütra in comparison to other Yogic literature.
iii. Concept of Citta, Citta-bhümis, Citta-vrttis, Citta-vrtti nirodhah (Abhyása and Vairágya) Citta-Vikshepas (Antarayas), Citta-prasádanam and its associates.
iv. Metaphysics of Sáshkhya & its relationship with Yoga Darshna of Pátanjala, Philosophical Foundations & Practices of Pátanjala Yogas, its importance & relevance and Yoga Samanvaya.

Unit 2: Samádhi Páda and Sádhana Páda
i. Kriyá-Yoga, Theory of Kleshas nature of Drshtá & Drshya and means of elimination of Kleshas/ Vivekakhyati.
ii. Types and nature of Samádhi in Yoga Sütra, Øtambharaprajná and Adhyatmaprasáda.
iii. Samprajnáta, Asamprajnáta, Sabija & Nirbija Samádhi, Difference between Samapattis and Samádhi.
iv. Concept of Èshvara and qualities of Èshvara.

Chapter 2: (30 hours)
Yoga in Bhagavad Gitá
i. General Introduction to Bhagavad Gitá (B.G.). Definitions of Yoga in Bhagavad-Gitá and their relevance & scope.
ii. Essentials of B.G from Chapters II, III, IV, V, VI, XII & XVII: The meanings of the terms Atmasvrüpa, Stithaprajna, Sáshkhya Yoga, Karma Yoga, Sannyása Yoga and Karma Svarüpa (Sakáma and Nishkáma) etc.
iii.Essentials of B.G (Contd..): Sannyása, Dhyána , Nature of Dhyána, Preparation of Dhyána and Dhyána Yoga etc.
iv. Essentials of B.G. (Contd..): Bhakti, Nature of Bhakti, Means and Goal of Bhakti-Yoga .
v. Essentials of B.G (Contd..): The Trigunas and modes of Prakrti; Three Kinds of Faith. Food for Yoga Sádhaka, Classification of food etc. The Glory of B.G

 

Text Books:
1. Swami Vivekananda : Rajayoga (Advaita Ashram, Culcutta, 2000)
2. Swami Tapasyananda : Ramakrshnamath, Chennai

Reference Books:
1 Woods, J.H. : The Yoga System of Patanjali(M.L.B.D., Delhi, 1988)
2 Iyengar B.K.S. : Light on Pátanjal Yoga (New York, Schocken Books, 1994)
3 Rukmini T.S. : Yoga Vartika of Vijnanbhikshu (Tr.) Vol I, II, III & IV(Munshiram Manoharlal Pvt. Ltd.New Delhi)
4 Swami Sri : Patanjala Yoga PradeepaOmanandatirtha(Geeta Press, Gorakhapur,1994)
5 Radhakrishnan, S. : The Bhagavadgeeta (Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1960)
6 Swami Adidevananda : Sri Ramanuja Gita Bhasya Stephen Sturges : The Yoga Book(Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 2004)
7 Swami Jnanananda : Philosophy of Yoga(Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysore,)
8 Feuerstein, George : The Yoga Tradition: Its’History,Literature, Philosophy Practice,(Bhavana Books and Prints, 2002)
9 Swami Anant Bharati : Patanjali Yoga Shasta- a study (Hindi)(Swami Keshwananda Yoga Sangathan,Delhi, 1982)
10 Swami Anant Bharati : Yoga Darshan-Yoga Prabhakar (Hindi)(Swami Keshwananda Yoga Sangathan, Delhi, 1982)
11 Swami Satyananda Saraswati : Four Chapters of Freedom (Bihar School of Yoga, 2000)
12 I. K. Taimini : The Science of Yoga(The Theosophical Publishing House,Adyar, Chennai 2005)
13 Eknath Easwaran : The Bhagavad-Gita(Classics ofIndian Spirituality)(Nilgiri Press; 2007)

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter 1: Research Methodology (20 hours) 
i.Research - Its meaning, nature, scope, objectives and goal, General introduction to types of research especially fundamental, clinical, literary and philosophical research studies. 
ii.Research methodology- Brief introduction of steps of research with special reference to case reports relevant to Yoga therapy. 
iii.Application of Statistics in Yoga research. 
iv.Research methodology in Yoga as described in ancient Indian Texts. 

Chapter 2: An Overview of Yoga Research (20 hours) 
i.Concept of research in Yoga. 
ii.Brief survey of research in Yoga, especially with reference to Yoga practices like Sat Karmas, Asanas, Pranayamas, relaxation techniques and Meditation etc. 
iii.Brief review of Literary, Philosophical, physiological and Clinical and Fundamental research studies in Yoga and Limitations of Yoga research. 
iv.Brief review of scientific and philosophico-literary research contributions by reputed Yoga institutions in India and abroad.

Chapter 3: Randomized Controlled Trials and Clinical Trials (20 hours) 
i.Published clinical trials in peer reviewed scientific journals on: 
ii.Yoga therapy for Infectious Disease. 
iii.Yoga therapy for Cancer and AIDS. 
iv.Yoga therapy for Medical and Psychiatric rehabilitation. 
v.Yoga therapy in the management of psychosomatic diseases. 
vi.Higher states of consciousness induced by Meditation.

Text Books:
1.Telles, S. : Research Methods (Swami Vivekanada Yoga Prakashan, Bangalore)
2.Jerrold H. Zar : Biostatistical Analysis. Pearson education.

Reference Books:
1.Kothari, C.R. : Research Methodology, Methods and Techniques (Vishwa Prakashan, New Delhi, 1985)
2.Russell A. Jones : Research Methods in the Social and behavioral science (Sinauer Associates, Saunderland’s Massaschusetts)
3.A.K. Singh : Tests, Measurements and Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences (Bharati Bhavan publishers)
4.J.N.S. Matthews : An Introduction to randomized controlled clinical trials (Arnold, London)
5.J.S.P. Lumley and : Research:-Some Ground Rules
6.W. Benjamin :(Oxford university press)
7.Herman J. Ader and : Research Methodology in the life, behavioural social and Gideon J. Mellebeegh Sciences (SAGE publications)
8.Rummond, A,: Research methods for therapists. 1996 Campling, J and Nelson, T
9.Robin Monro : Yoga research bibliography scientific studies on yoga and meditation (Yoga biomedical trust, England 1989)
10.Michael H. Cohen : Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Legal Boundaries and regulatory Perspective (1997)

TEACHING TECHNIQUES

1. Introduction: Need of practice teaching and its use in Yogic practice.
2. Principles and methods of teaching to an individual and to a class.
3. Teaching aids: Its meaning and need.
4. Class management: Its meaning and need.
5. Lesson plan: Its meaning and need.
6. Preparation of lesson plan in Yoga.
7. Presentation of a lessons in specific Yogic practices : Suksma Vyayama, Asana, Pranayama, Kriya, Bandha, Mudra and Meditation.
8. Lectures on organization of classes and Yoga camps/workshops. Critical Observation of a Yoga class and Yoga camps.
9. Lecture cum demonstration in Yoga: Its meaning, importance and method of its presentation.
10. Conducting Yoga practical lesson in the class.

Any relevant Books

Yoga Practices for Psycho - Somatic Ailments
1. Back pain
2. Headache
3. Diabetes Mellitus
4. Gastro - Intestinal Disorders
5. Menstrual Disorders
6. Obesity.
7. Asthma
8. Hypertension
9. Anxiety Depression
10. Dynamics
11. Arthritis
12. Epilepsy
13. Knee Pain
14. Muscular Dystrophy
15. Oncology
16. Süksma Vyáyáma: Simple and Standard Movements
17. Voice Culture

Text Book:
1. Ailments Series, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, Bangalore, 2002

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