Certificate Course in Yoga and Fitness Therapy


Yoga classes studied as therapy usually consists of Asanas (postures used for stretching), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and relaxation in Savasana (lying down). The ancient Hatha Yoga culture is the link between physical asanas of modern yoga.

Course Fees:

INR 10,000

Course Duration:

3 Months

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Yoga and Fitness Therapy: What is it about?

A specific module is planned to teach how to cure some ailments that would unless need costly surgery. The syllabus will be provided during the first class. There will be tests after each course and certification on the basis of successful performance in the tests.

a) courses for improving general fitness
b) for healing certain specific ailments like for example back pain, arthritis, etc
c) for stress management

Yoga and Fitness Therapy: Admission Process

Certificate Course In Yoga and Fitness Therapy – Candidates who are interested can fill the application form in both online and offline mode. For filling the form online, candidates need to go to the website and fill up the required fields.

Yoga and Fitness Therapy: Syllabus and Course Description


1st Month 2nd Month 3rd Month 
Yoga and Physical Education

  • . Concepts of Yoga and Physical Education.
  •  . Aims and Objectives of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • . Education as a common ground of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • . Means of Yoga and Physical Education.
  • . Concept of Exercise in Physical Education and its comparison with Yogic Practices.
  • . Problem of Integration of personality tackled in Yoga.
  • . Application of Yoga in Physical Education.
  • . Utility of Yoga Techniques in Physical Education.
  • . Co-ordination of Yoga and Physical Education for maximum benefit.
Yoga and Mental Health 

  • Health, Mental Health, Hygiene, Mental Hygiene : Yogic and Medical perspectives.
  • . Yoga and Modern psychology: A synthetic approach for existential problems.
  • . Concept of Normality: Psychological and Yogic approaches.
  • . Emotional Disorders: Causes, effects and remedies in Patanjala Yoga Sutra.
  • . Conflict, Frustration: Yogic Remedies.
  • . Personal and interpersonal Adjustments through Yoga.
  • . Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas and. .Pranayamas – their contribution to Physical and Mental Health.
  • . Prayer – its significance in Yogic Practices.
Practical Training 

List Of Yoga Practices

  •         1) Pawanmuktasana
  • 2) Naukasana
  • 3) Viparitakarani
  • 4) Sarvangasana
  • 5) Matsyasana
  • 6) Halasana
  • 7) Bhujangasana
  •            8) Ardha – Shalabhasana
  • 9) Shalabhasana
  • 10) Dhanurasana
  • 11) Vakrasana
  •                    12) Ardha – Matsyendrasana
  •            13) Paschimotanasana
  • Vajrasana\
  •          14) Supta – Vajrasana
  • 15) Yoga Mudra
Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices 

  • . Introduction to Human Body and systems in brief with special reference to Respiratory, Digestive, Muscular and Nervous systems.
  • . Postural Physiology with reference to Asana.
  • . Asana – Definition and Classification, Similarities and dissimilarities between Asana and Exercise.
  • . Pranayama – Definition and Classification. Difference between pranayama and deep breathing. . . .Importance of Rechaka, Kumbhaka, Puraka.
  • . Introduction to Kriyas, Mudras and Bandhas in brief.
  • . Points 3, 4 and 5 above are to be explained in relation to Anatomy and Physiology with some suitable examples of researches on these Practices.
Traditional Yoga 

. Introduction, Definition of Yoga according to Patanjali, Gita, Swatmarama, Gheranda, Charandas etc.

. Vital points of the body according to Vasistha Samhita.

. Panchilarana prakriya (mixing technique) according to Shiva Swarodaya.

. Samyama, Yama.
Niyama, Asana.
Vayu, Nadi, Pranayama.
Eight types of Kumbhakas.
Awakening of the Kundalini.
Nada, Mudra, Bandha, Chakra.
Pratyahara, Dharana.
Dhyana, Samadhi.
Effects of Mudra and Bandha.


List Of Yoga Practices

  • 16) Utkatasana
  • 17) Chakrasana
  • 18) Vrikshasana
  • 19) Uddiyana Bandha
  • 20) Kapalbhati
  • 21) Anuloma – Viloma
  • 22) Ujjayi
  • 23) Shavasana
  • 24) Makarasana
  • 25) Tadasana
  • 26) Padahastasana
  • 27) Parvatasana
  • 28) Gomukhasana
  • 29) Akarna Dhanurasana
  • 30) Simhamudra, Brahmamudra & Selected Kriyas
  • 31) Recitation of few Mantras & Om
 Practice Teaching in Yoga 

  •  Introduction : Need of Practice Teaching and its use in Yogic Practices.
  •  Scientific principles involving Yogic practice teaching.
  •  Presentation Technique: Its meaning.
  • Teaching Aids: It’s meaning and need.
  •  Class Management: Its meaning and need.
  • Lesson Plan: Meaning and need.
  • Preparation of Lesson Plan in Yogic practices.
  •  Time allotment in different Yogic lesson plans.
  • Lesson Presentation.
 –– Examination and Certificates

Yoga and Fitness Therapy: Who Should Opt?

Candidates interested to take admission in Certificate course in Yoga must have passed their 10+2 examination or any equivalent examination from a recognized board. Those who have passed their 12th grade in any relevant stream of Arts/Science/ Commerce can also apply to this program.

Eligibility : 12th passed

Skills Required

Holistic approach towards life
Quick learners
Great patience
Good speakers
Good Listeners

Yoga and Fitness Therapy: Career Prospects

By recognizing the benefits of Yoga, professional openings in this field are growing in India and also in abroad. After pursuing this yoga program, candidates can work in yoga centers, health clubs, pilates studios, private gym, special needs centers and in individual clients’ homes.

After becoming a yoga teacher, candidates would be self-working by:

1.He /she can start their own yoga school.

2.For the Yoga experts, there are numerous job opportunities available both in the government and private sectors.

3.Candidates can also be self-employed by starting their own yoga center.

Yoga also opens several job offers in the given field such as management, research, hospital, administrative, academic, consultation, etc. The government has made it compulsory to have a Yoga teacher in every school.

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Salary Scope

Salary packages are excellent in this field.” In India, the average salary of a Yoga Instructor is between 10k to 25k per month. In abroad, they can get a good salary package in this field. As a reputed instructor in this field with masters or Ph. D degree earning can be touched up to 1 lakh per month.

Top Recruiting Areas & Top Job Profiles

The following are the designation for the post of yoga and fitness therapy:

  1. yoga trainers
  2. Counsellors
  3. Business development manager
  4. Yoga therapist
  5. Assistant yoga teachers

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    Certificate Course in Yoga and Fitness Therapy: Student Queries

    Certificate Course  in Yoga and Fitness Therapy  is a full-time certificate level program Naturopathy .This certificate course is covered in the course of  3months covering all the major aspects of the study of Yoga and Fitness Therapy. 

    Yoga and Fitness therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga and Fitness Therapy on an individualized basis.

    Educational Qualification


    Certificate course in  Yoga and Fitness Therapy the minimum qualification required is 10+2 or eqivalent examination in any stream from recognized board.

    There is an excellent career scope of Yoga and Fitness Therapy not in India but also in abroad. Yoga and Fitness Therapy is an ancient art & natural ways to stay our body fit & healthy. Yoga and Fitness Therapy not only helps physically, but in improving psychological state . … Fitness is that the call of today’s world which raising the necessity of a Yoga and Fitness Therapy teacher or instructor on the worldwide platform

    Candidates who want to pursue a Yoga and Fitness Therapy course and make a career in this field should have a holistic approach towards life. They should be quick learners with great patience. They should be good speakers, listeners and compassionate.

    Basic Content of Yoga and Fitness Therapy include:
    • Body flexibility.
    • How to increased muscle strength and tone.
    • How to improved respiration, energy and vitality.
    • How to maintaining a balanced metabolism.
    • Weight reduction.
    • Cardio and circulatory health.
    • How to improved athletic performance.
    • Protection from injury.

    Some of the reputed jobs one can pursue by doing a course in Yoga and Fitness Therapy are: 

    Yoga and Fitness Therapy  Instructor

    Yoga and Fitness Therapist

    Yoga and Fitness Advisor

    Yoga and Fitness Specialist

    Yoga and Fitness Researcher

    Yoga and Fitness Consultant

    Yoga and Fitness Therapy  certified candidate’s can choose to work in various fields. Once an individual becomes a certified Yoga teacher, she/he can explore either fulltime or part-time job opportunities in the following sectors: 

    • Government Schools
    • Private Schools
    • Yoga and Naturopathy colleges or institutions
    • Centre Research Centers
    • Resorts
    • Management
    • Consultation
    • Hospitals
    • Gym
    • Fitness Centres
    • Health clubs
    • Corporate offices
    • Religious Institutes
    • Community and recreation centres
    • Private Yoga classes
    • Non-Profit Organisations

    The course duration of certificate in Yoga and Fitness Therapy  is of three-month.

    The fees for Certificate course in Yoga and Fitness Therapy INR- Rs,15,000