Career in Yoga: Here’s a lot of opportunities, know how good can earn

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Yoga is being adopted rapidly in the country and the world after coming into existence of the International Yoga Day. India’s trend towards yoga is increasing rapidly. People have adopted it due to the positive and positive effects of yoga on the body and mind. In such a situation, yoga has not only become a means of keeping the body healthy but also has become a comprehensive industry, which has tremendous potential for career building.

Lack of 3 lakh yoga instructors in India – Assocham

A recent study by Assocham has revealed that there is a shortage of three lakh yoga instructors in the country. Whereas five lakh yoga instructors are required. According to the study, the demand for yoga instructors in Southeast Asia is highest. India is the largest exporter for Southeast Asia and China. It is estimated that 3,000 yoga instructors in India are working in China. Most of which are from Haridwar and Rishikesh, which is called the capital of yoga of India. Because there are the highest yoga schools here. Assocham’s Chief Minister DS Rawat said that yoga is being seen as a fast growing ‘new currency of fitness’. The faster it is becoming popular all over the world. According to him there is a lack of trainers.

Easy to build yoga careers

Career in this field can be started after 12th and after graduation. There are several degrees, diplomas and certification courses available for training in yoga. Bachelor of Arts (Yoga), Master in Arts (Yoga), PG Diploma in Yoga Therapy Courses have a good demand. To develop a career as Yogic Expert or Naturopath, a Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS) can be done for five and a half years.

Here Available Work

Yoga is a science that requires a qualified and trained teacher to learn. Yoga teachers can also start their own work. There are many such yoga institutions where there is a lot of vacancy for Yoga teacher. Altogether, you can find opportunities here.

– Research
– Academic
– Health Resort
– Hospital
– gym
– school
– Health Center
– Housing Societies
– corporate houses
– Television channels also hire yoga instructors and renowned personalities also hire the private yoga instructor.

Yoga training can be done as a yoga aerobics instructor, yoga therapist, yoga instructor, yoga teacher, therapist and naturalopaths, and research officer.

Good money can earn as part time

One advantage of becoming a yoga teacher is that you only take yoga classes mostly in the morning or evening. In this case, you have a whole day in the middle, in which you can learn something new or start another job or business or even your own yoga school.

Some Institute organize instance Courses

Many government and non-government institutions teach yoga Some of which are names-

Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, Delhi

(3 years B.S.C. Yoga Science after graduation, 1 year Diploma, Part Time Yoga course available).

Dev Sanskriti University – Haridwar, Uttarakhand

(Courses available from B.Sc to PhD in Yoga).

Gurukula Kangri University or Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya

(Diploma in yoga, certificate course available)

Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Delhi

(Course available from 6 months to 1 year)

Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute, Pune

Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RIMYI) is the heart and soul of Iyengar Yoga and is located in Pune, Maharashtra. (Yoga training available).

Bihar School of Yoga, Munger

(4 months and 1 year course available)

Kaivalyadhama Health and Yoga Research Center, Pune

(Certificate Course in Yoga, PG Diploma in Yoga Education, PG Diploma in Yoga Therapyi, Foundation Course in Yoga, Advance Yoga Teachers Training, BA-Yoga Philosophy, Master Class for Yoga Teachers Course available).

Swami Vivekananda Yoga Research Institute, Bengaluru

(Regular and Distance Yoga Course, B.Sc. in Yoga, M.Sc., P.H.D. Degree available).

Yoga course in JNU will start soon

Very Soon, the short term course on yoga will start in the prestigious university JNU. After repeated objections and objections raised by a section of the students and teachers, the JNU’s proposal to start short-term courses in Yoga has finally been approved by the Supreme Council to take the university’s decision.

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