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Sansthan Announced 200 New Vacancies For YOGA TEACHERS today

  • Admin
  • 27 DEC 2017

Acupress Yog Naturopathy Manav Seva Sansthan is inviting 200 new YOGA TEACHERS to serve in all 78 districts of Uttar Pradesh. This YOGA TEACHERS vacancy will be held on the basis of knowledge and skills only. We do not need any specific course. All we need from our applying candidates is, they must have great skills with them. knowledge and skills only. We do not need any specific course. All we need from our applying candidates is, they must have great skills with them. Process of selection will be as follows:
1) Application Submission 2) Screening 3) Written Test 4) Practical Test 5) Interview 6) Traing & Development 7) Joining.
For more details you can call us on +91-9450427147 or mail us at and

Final Exams Of Winter Session : 30. DEC. 2017

  • Admin
  • 08 DEC 2017

All study Centers and the students are notified that the exams of final session have to done on 30 DEC 2017. Please be updated with your NoDues and keep your Admit Cards with you. Without admit cards any student will not be permitted to the exams.

Saudi Arabia Approves Yoga, Calls it 'Sports Activity': Via News18

  • Nanny
  • 14 November 2017

New Delhi: In a major boost to Narendra Modi’s ambitious project of boosting yoga, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday approved the ancient Indian practice as a sports activity. The Saudi Ministry of Trade and Industry has listed Yoga under "sports activities". This will now allow citizens of the Islamic kingdom to practice or propagate it by getting a licence from the government. Two years ago, in 2015, after the United Nations declared June 21 as International Yoga Day, Indian diplomatic missions in Saudi had organized yoga sessions in many Indian schools there. Nouf Al Marwaai is the first credited Saudi woman teaching yoga and has been recognized as the driving force behind the development of yoga in Saudi Arabia.

Yoga Can Heal, But Also Hurt If Done Wrong: Experts

  • Media
  • 28 October 2017

Yoga is a great healer and contributor to improving strength, flexibility, and endurance, but wrong yoga poses can make your daily life difficult instead of easy, say experts. Minakshi Fullara, Chief Consultant, Physiotherapy, Aakash Healthcare, said overdoing it or doing it in the wrong manner can lead to acute injuries, chronic pain, overuse strain and a hamstring pull.Certain asanas of yoga like Paschimottanasana involves direct bending of the spine in seated or long-standing position without bending of knees. This, in turn, puts a direct load on spine giving it "C" shape and creating tension on ligaments and joint stability leading to severe disc prolapses and hip joint disorders.So, always consider postural alignment, biomechanical stresses on joints and soft tissues and functional anatomical position while practicing any yogic asana.

With Rs 5 crore outlay, 100 yoga centres to be set up

  • Times of India
  • 20 DEC 2017

GUWAHATI: The state government on Tuesday kicked off its ambitious project to set up 100 yoga centres in 100 blocks across the state.Health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said around Rs 5 crore will be spent on the initial phase of the project. "By next year, we are going to cover the remaining 228 blocks. Each centre will have two yoga teachers and the government will pay Rs 10,000 to each of them. Each block will be provided funds of Rs 50,000 to be spent on the publicity of the yoga centre," Sarma said. "The centres will operate in two sessions, in the morning and in the evening, imparting training as prescribed by protocol of the ministry of Ayush.We are also planning to add yoga clinics subsequently so that yoga can be utilized to treat different diseases. Yoga is a holistic way to deal with physical and mental illnesses," he added. The minister also pointed out that the government is setting up two Ayurveda hospitals. "We will set up two hospitals at Dhudhnoi and Majuli with an investment of Rs 15 crore.Foundation stone for the Dhudhnoi project will be laid on December 23," he said. The health minister claimed that yoga has a proven track record of curing diseases. "Yoga is also practised in western countries.