Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS)
5 1/2 years (4 1/2 years + 1 Year Internship)
10+2 with Physics, Chemistry & Biology as compulsory subjects, having obtained minimum 50% marks in the above subjects taken together.
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The Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS) is a degree course in the field of naturopathy and yoga therapy. A BNYS graduate can practice anywhere in India.
Yoga therapy may be defined as the application of Yogic principles to a subject with an objective of achieving spiritual, psychological or physiological healing or simply development. This comprises application of meditation, study of scriptures, chanting etc. among a variety of other practices to meet the objectives of the subject.
Naturopathy is a form of alternative medicine system that employs an array o scientific and pseudo-scientific practices which are natural, non-invasive, self-healing in nature.
Relevance of Yoga Therapy and Naturopathy in contemporary healthcare landscape
Potential benefits from yoga therapy primarily include reduction of stress, mental upliftment, improved digestive health, and efficient functioning of the body in general. A study from Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences reviewed the effects of yoga on stress and anxiety. The findings correlated the application of yoga therapy and reduced anxiety.
Medical practitioners across the globe are increasingly moving to the natural ways of remedy, one of which is yoga therapy and naturopathy. Understandably, there is also a boom in the number of professionals who have studied and researched in the field of Yoga therapy. With the popularization of Yogic institutions, the masses have embraced this kind of healing which has contributed to the increase in yoga therapy professionals and their relevance in the healthcare market.