YOGA PROFESSIONAL COURSE

Youth Skill to a Profession is imperative. Our Level 1 to Level 3 Yoga Professional Course and Practice completed in 3 years opens a door into taking up a Profession as a Skilled Yoga Master as early as 21 years of age. This training of skills coupled with practical on hands training gives exposure to the youth at a very young age and into a respected profession. This profession gives job opportunities around the world and as a respected

Yoga Master.

TYOGA offers Placement within India and Abroad to all those who have successfully completed the course.
 

LOCATION

Chidambaram

COURSE BEGINS

14th, April 2022

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Continuing Education for Youth to a Highly Skilled Profession
Yoga Professional Course  2022

Overview
This YPC skilling, vocational trailing residential course is offered to students who have completed their 12th Schooling, who do not wish to join a collage and waste 3 to 4 years to do any Bachelors courses that gets them no where.

This course is for those who have an interest and passion in teaching, those who are looking to join a  B.Ed  course in a collage. TYOGA offers 'YOGA' - to be a 'Master in Yoga' in 3 years completing all our 3 levels and certified by us.

This is a Continuing Education to Skill into a Profession through the Kurukulam system of training. It is a life skilling programme getting the student ready to deal with his or her life and ready to take on the outside world, having the opportunity to further skill themselves as they work in their profession. 

This programme sets them up in life with a good start, creating masters out of them as early as 23 years old into a specialise profession in the health and wellness industry as a professional, who supports others in health and wellness and to society and the world as a whole.


The “wellness economy” was valued at more than $4 trillion in 2018, according to figures from the Global Wellness Institute (GWI). That’s roughly the combined GDP of the United Kingdom and Canada.

 

The development of an immense, international wellness market may reflect consumers’ changing relationships with their health care. Perhaps more than ever, people are prioritizing lifestyle, taking health into their own hands and spending money on their well-being.

Now, there are over 300 million yoga practitioners worldwide working their way through various poses and stretches. Who gets the most benefit from this phenomenon? A majority of those who go to yoga classes aim for health improvement. Concerned about their mental and emotional wellness, the promise of stress relief is a powerful motivation for taking on yoga.

Statistics and demographics show that those who practice yoga don’t get sick as often compared to non-yoga practitioners. This growing trend basically benefits both the practitioner and opens a new market for Yoga Masters world wide and in India to.  The unstoppable trend clearly spells out that yoga is the new “cool.”

In the USA, yoga is the 4th fastest growing industry. The amount of money yoga practitioners are spending has risen by 87% in the last 5 years.  In Japan especially, there is a growth of 413% in the last 5 years.

Nowadays, a lot of yogis (practitioners) around the world seek yoga to not only find mental strength, but to also achieve physical and spiritual fortitude, and the art has become not only one of the most widely known and practiced forms of exercise and wellness habits, but also found a lot of traction among people with modern, busy lifestyles.

 

Significant Yoga Statistics:
2021 to 2022
Benifits, Facts & Trends

  • Over 55 million people will start practicing yoga by 2022. 37% of yoga enthusiasts have children who also enjoy practicing. 54% of yoga practitioners said that yoga helps them release tension. 40% of yoga practitioners in the US say that it motivates them to eat healthy. 94% of yoga practitioners say they do yoga for wellness-related reasons. Around 44% of yoga practitioners practice yoga 2-3 times a week. Lack of flexibility is what holds 32% of non-yoga practitioners shun from trying yoga out.

  • 56% of US yoga practitioners are beginners. Japan has had a 413% yoga growth rate in just five years. Around 30% of the Dutch prefer meditational yoga. 59% of yoga practitioners in the US believe that yoga helps improve their sleep. The number of Americans doing yoga grew by 50% between 2016 and 2019. In 2018, there were 36.7 million people in the US who participated in some form of yoga. 89% of people yogis in the US practice yoga an average of 1-5 hours per day. The word “yoga” is one of the 15 most popular words in the UK.

  • More than 43% of yoga practitioners are between 30 and 49 years old. There’s 150% increase in the number of men practicing yoga between 2016 and 2019. In 2016, 28% of yoga practitioners in the US are men. There are 14 million people over the age of 50 who practice yoga. 20% of yoga practitioners in the US are more likely to have a positive self-image after regularly practicing yoga. 71% of Americans who regularly attend yoga classes have at least one college degree. In the US, 38% of yoga practitioners are vegetarian.

  • The yoga industry is worth more than $84 billion worldwide. From $10 billion, the yoga industry spending went up to $16 billion in four years across the globe. In 2019, Americans have spent more than $16 billion on yoga classes. People spend an average of $62,640 in their lifetime on yoga. In the US, close to 40% of yoga studio owners report serving between 100 to 500 students per week. Over 1 billion posts on Instagram use a yoga related hashtag.  Lululemon one of the biggest yoga clothing brands saw sales of US$929 million in 2019.

  • The paparazzi reports feature various models and entertainment personalities who also actively practice yoga as a lifestyle, which pushes the yoga craze to greater heights worldwide. The accessibility of this wellness practice is a contributing factor to its popularity. There is practically a yoga school in every city today. A majority of those who go to yoga classes aim for health improvement. Concerned about their mental and emotional wellness, the promise of stress relief is a powerful motivation for doing yoga.

  • Yoga is the first and most successful product of globalisation. 44% of the teachers earn US$6,500 per month grossing about US$75,000 each year. Yoga practitioners are 40.6% aged 18 to 34 and 41% are 35 to 54 years of age. 78% are college educated. 98% of people who practice yoga expect to improve their health. 78% seek Spiritual activity. Yoga practitioners have 55% less chance of malignant tumours. 87% less chance of heart disease. 30% less chance of infectious disease. 50% less chance in out-patient doctor visit.

Yoga is one of the largest growth industries in the world.

Who We are... we

  • TRAIN – To prepare our students for their profession in an arena of professionalism and provide high driven skills

  • LINK – To connect our students with the employment opportunities available to them

  • THRIVE – Support our students to succeed in their profession and entrepreneurship

  • ENABLE – Our students to a life of purpose and devotion to one's work, to humanity and the world.

  • LIVE – Our teachings and training of our students to have s transformed better dignified life that goes to giving back to themselves, their families, their community, to society and to the world. 

Convenor

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Professor Tiru. Amal Xavier Raj, PhD