In addition to knowing Human Anatomy to study joints & muscles,the human physiology covers types of muscles, their energy supply, fast & slow twitch fibres, terms like strength, endurance, tone, concentric & eccentric contractions. This course elaborates about exercise physiology to explain the changes occurring in cardiovascular respiratory, endocrinol & metabolic systems of body.
Further this course explains the difference between Fitness & Health where Health is a comprehensive term. With this introduction,it gives a brief of Ashtang Yoga & Hatha Yoga. The neurological aspects In the form of sensory & motor pathways, organisation of cerebrum, cerebellum, brainstem, spinal cord are explained. The Limbic System & it’s key role is elaborated. After understanding this organisation of nervous system, the Ashtang Yoga is co related with it.
Students learn the effects of various Yogic Postures on muscles in the form of stretching, strengthening & consciously relaxing in Asanas & in Shavasan. They get a through idea about various joint movements occurring in Yogic Postures. Students learn Thoracic, Abdominal & Clavicular Breathing with muscles involved, namely diaphragm, intercostal muscles, pectoralis major, Serratus anterior, scaleni muscles etc.
Students practice bucket handle movement of lower ribs & pump handle movement of sternum. Students are taught the anatomy of Ujjayi & Bhramari pranayama which is practised everyday.
Students are made aware of following eight limbs of Ashtang Yoga in their day to day life with a special emphasis on Pratyahar.
“Yoga & Modern Medicine” offers an ideal comprehensive introduction for a beginner as well as a Yoga Professional & a doctor too.
|Time table of MYT Course Yoga & Modern Medicine (Theory)|
|Day||Topic||Name of Faculty|
|Day-3||Shoulder and Pelvic Girdle||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-4||Muscles- Introduction and Individual Muscles||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-5||Individual Muscles Complete||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-7||Human Physiology 1,2||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-8||Human Physiology 3,4,5||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-9||Efffects of Training and Exercise Prescription||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-10||Yogic Physiology Started||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-11||Yogic Physiology Continued||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-12||Yogic Physiology Completed||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Day-15||Practical -2 hours||Yogaphysician/Doctors|
|Time table of MYT Course Yoga & Modern Medicine (Practical)|
|Day||Topic||Name of Faculty|
|Day-1||Basic Sequence||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-2||Basic Sequence Completed||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-3||Anatomy major Joints of Body||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-4||Anatomy major Muscles of Body||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-5||Pranayam Batch -Types of Breathing||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-6||Advance Sequence||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-7||Advance Sequence Complete||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-8||Physiology of Muscles (page 36,37)||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-9||Physiology of Muscles (page 11,12,13,14)||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-10||Pranayam Batch -Suryabhedan, Chandrabhedan,Anulom Vilom||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-11||Basic Sequence - Revision by Students||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-12||Basic Sequence- Revision by Students||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-13||Advance Sequence - Revision by Students||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-14||Advance Sequence - Revision by Students + 3 Patanjal Sutras for Asan||Yoga Therapist|
|Day-15||Pranayam Batch - Ujjayi+Bhramari+ 5 Patanjal Sutras for Pranayam||Yoga Therapist|