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What you'll get

  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • On-demand video*
  • E-Book
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

Yoga is not only part of Indian culture but also vital for good and functional health. People are focusing on their health and start taking yoga advice as this relieves their body from any negativity and the mental problem also this is great for longer life. The online diploma in yoga education is available now for the students to learn about different yoga asanas and their benefits with complete dos and don'ts. So if you want to be a yoga instructor then this course is a better option for you as you will get a government-approved diploma when you will complete this course successfully.

Our yoga diploma course contains all the topics and tactics of Yoga, where you will start learning from basics to more complex yoga asanas. Here are some short details about the course:

  • Introduction with Yoga science and its origin
  • Understanding the human body's anatomy
  • Understanding yoga culture and its importance
  • Learning simple yoga poses
  • Mastering more complex yoga asanas
  • Getting some vital tips during the yoga course.
  • Understanding human behavior with Yoga.

Course Content

Total: 47 lectures
  • 1 Welcome and Introductions
  • 2 Course Roadmap, Expectations and Considerations
  • 3 Yoga Practice- Chair Yoga and Mindful Movement
  • 4 Yoga Practice- Gentle Yoga for Mindfulness
  • 5 Cell Health
  • 6 Cell Signaling and Stress
  • 7 Genes in Action
  • 8 Introduction to Genetics
  • 9 An Interview with Dr. Anderer
  • 10 Back Pain with Dr. Erich Anderer
  • 11 An Interview with Dr. Bradley Aouizerat
  • 12 Field of Epigenetics
  • 13 Functions of the Nervous System
  • 14 Introduction to the Nervous System Module
  • 15 Nervous System Cells and Neurotransmitters
  • 16 The Central Nervous System and the Brain
  • 17 Yoga Practice- Building on Repetition to Reset the Body
  • 18 Yoga Practice- Repetitive Yoga Practice for Healthy Living
  • 19 Yoga Practice- Setting New Patterns with Sun Salutations
  • 20 Yoga and Nervous System Health
  • 21 Yoga Practice- Building and Stabilizing the Posterior Chain
  • 22 Yoga Practice- Building and Stabilizing the Posterior Chain
  • 23 Yoga Practice- Building Core Strength and Promoting Spine Health
  • 24 An Interview with Dr. Marshall Hagins
  • 25 Connecting Cardiovascular Health and Yoga
  • 26 Function of the Heart, Veins and Arteries
  • 27 Functions of Respiration
  • 28 Introduction to the Cardiovascular System Module
  • 29 Introduction to the Respiratory System Module
  • 30 What is Breathing
  • 31 Yoga Practice- Alternate Nostril Breathing
  • 32 Yoga Practice- Breathing Exercises for Your Yoga Practice
  • 33 Yoga Practice- Jump backs - Movement for Cardiovascular Health
  • 34 Yoga Practice- Jump Throughs and Cardiovascular System Health
  • 35 An Interview with Dr. Seidenstein
  • 36 Functions of the Lymphatic System
  • 37 How Muscles Function
  • 38 Introduction to the Immune System
  • 39 Introduction to the Lymphatic System
  • 40 Introduction to the Musculoskeletal System
  • 41 Muscle and Bone
  • 42 Tendons, Ligaments and Common Injuries
  • 43 Yoga Practice- Activating Types of Muscles through Small Movements
  • 44 Yoga Practice- Movements for the Lymph System
  • 45 Yoga Practice- Seated Poses for the Lymph System
  • 46 Yoga Practice- Standing Poses and Slow Twitch Muscles
  • 47 Yoga Practice- Strength through Balancing and Standing Postures
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