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Bachelor of Yoga and Naturopathy Science (BYNS)

What is B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)?

The Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science (BNYS) is an undergraduate degree that focuses on naturopathy and applying yoga to treat physical problems. Naturopathy is an alternative kind of treatment that heals and prevents without the use of pharmaceuticals or medicines. As a result, it is frequently non-prescriptive and non-invasive. Yoga, on the other hand, does the same thing through breathing, meditation, and asanas.

Naturopathy is an alternative medicine that claims that foreign material in the body is the root of all diseases. It tries to heal the body by allowing it to heal itself, a process known as self-healing.'

Acupuncture, massage, and nutritional counselling are some of the therapies used in the procedure.

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual activity dating back to ancient India and aims to achieve ideal spiritual insight and harmony while focusing on the Super Soul.

On the other hand, Yogic sciences research how yoga can live a healthy and stable existence. This is accomplished mainly through asanas, meditation, and breathing techniques. These issues and their implementation in today's society are the emphases of the BNYS degree. This is merely a foundation course that will allow graduates to specialize further.

 Eligibility Criteria for B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)

  • The sole prerequisite is that you have completed class 12 with PCB as one of your topics and received at least a 50% grade.
  • NEET may potentially be a prerequisite depending on the college.

Benefits of B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)

  • Yoga and naturopathy treatments are available at both private hospitals and health facilities.
  • They can also open their Yoga Centers in densely populated areas.
  • Then, the instructor can also open and deliver instruction related to this subject outside of with great and good skills.
  • BNYS is a unique degree in that it caters to an entirely different market. It does not necessitate a medical degree, yet it nevertheless heals the body and mind.
  • As recent events have demonstrated, modern medicine may not be the panacea for all problems. Yoga is frequently prescribed to persons suffering from mental illnesses to help them relax and centre themselves. This, together with the expanding acceptance of yogic sciences worldwide, makes this degree extremely valuable.
  • A student will typically learn how to activate the body's inherent mechanisms to protect it from sickness and promote a healthy lifestyle. Acupuncture, hatha yoga, anatomy, and Ayurveda are examples of common teachings.

Future Scopes of B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)

This field has a lot of potential for the future.

  • Gaining experience and creating a yoga studio, a naturopathy clinic, functioning as a consultant, or even going around the world teaching yoga are all possibilities.
  • A master's degree in both naturopathy and yoga is also available.
  • Acupuncture, Myotherapy, Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine are some of the courses offered after completing a BSc in Yoga and Naturopathy. Interested candidates can also have a fantastic Master of Health Science in Naturopathy degree.

Career and Job Opportunities after B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)

Graduates of the course can work as General Practitioners in private practice or at State/ Local Medical Councils, according to Indian Constitutional Acts in medicine. In India, successful graduates of this field can expect to earn between INR 3-5 LPA per year.

Hospitals, NGOs, Clinics, Patanjali, AYUSH, are the finest recruiting sectors in naturopathy and yoga. Job seekers can apply for positions such as Yoga Trainer, Para-Clinical Specialist, Ayurveda Consultant, Ayush Practitioner, Naturopath, Researcher, Nutrition and Diet Specialist.

A Naturopathic Physician/Doctor earns INR 5,00,000 per year. The candidates could work as a professor at a university or give lectures on various topics in naturopathy and earn INR 3,00,000 per year. Yoga therapists can earn INR 4,50,000 per year by employing yoga as a therapy technique for physical and mental disorders. As a Rehabilitation therapist, the candidate can assist individuals in recovering by using his or her expertise in naturopathy and yoga and earn INR 4,20,000 per year.

 Fees Structure & Duration of B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)

The average fees range between INR 7,000 - 50,000. Duration of this course is 3years In some universities, it may be 4.5 years with specialization.

Syllabus of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Yoga and Naturopathy

Syllabus of B.Sc (Yoga and Naturopathy)

Year 1




Foundations of Yoga 


Introduction to Hath Yoga and it's texts


Human Anatomy and Physiology-


Yoga Practicum


Human Anatomy and Physiology Practicum                                            


Essence of Principal Upanishads


Patanjala Yoga Darshana

Year 2




Essence of Bhagavad Gita for Personality Development                         


Yoga and Holistic Health                                                         


Four Streams of Yoga


Basis of Yoga Therapy         

Year 3




Research Methodology & Statistics


Yogic Management of Lifestyle-related disorders                                       


Psychology Practicum


Yoga and Human Values


Yoga and Human Consciousness

BSc Yoga and Naturopathy Course Suitability

  • The Bachelor of Science in Yoga and Naturopathy course is designed for those who want to open their own gyms and health clubs. It includes a wide range of exercise routines such as weightlifting, aerobics, karate, kickboxing, spin cycling, and yoga, and you can specialize in the areas you are most comfortable with.
  • Candidates who wish to become good teachers have fantastic opportunities for those who want to pursue fitness as a profession.
  • Trainers with the proper credentials can instruct just about anyone who is willing to pay to be healthy and active, from workaholic professionals to stressed-out CEOs, politicians, self-conscious students, and middle-aged housewives.

How is the BSc Yoga and Naturopathy Course Beneficial?

  • Yoga and naturopathy have a place in both private hospitals and health centers.
  • They can also open their own Yoga Centers in populated areas.
  • A great and good instructor can also start and deliver instruction related to this subject outside of India.

BSc Yoga and Naturopathy Employment Areas

  • Hospitals
  • Private Clinics
  • Research Centres
  • Sports Centres
  • School and Colleges

BSc Yoga and Naturopathy Job Types

  • Assistant Ayurvedic Doctor
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Research Officer - Yoga & Naturopathy
  • Therapists & Naturopaths
  • Yoga Aerobics Instructor / Yoga Instructor / Yoga Teacher  Yoga Therapist

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