KaivalyaDhama

Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute

Jaipur Branch

R-3, Maa Karani Nagar- E, Karani Palace Road, Panchyawala, Jaipur- 302021, Rajasthan

Contact: +91 98202 73334
Email: kdhamjpr@gmail.com

Courses

Certificate Course in Yoga

Batch 1 - 1st January to 28th February
Batch 2 - 1st March to 30th April
Batch 3 - 1st May to 30th June
Batch 4 - 1st July to 30th August
Batch 5 - 1st September to 31st October
Batch 6 - 1st November to 30th December

Certificate Course in Yoga (CCY)

The course has been designed for beginners who are willing to build a career in Yoga. It’s a first step to the philosophical and psychological knowledge to reach to the final goal of spirituality. The course covers the traditional yoga practices as per yogic texts with emphasis to practices like Kriyas, Asanas, Mudras, Bandhas, Pranayama and Dhyan (Meditation).

It’s essential to do the Certificate Course in Yoga to understand the philosophy and psychology as a beginner. Further to this, one can opt for Diploma in Yoga Education. The emphasis in the course is on developing the right perspective and understanding the science and the art of yoga through first-hand experience. The course is specially designed to educate people who are interested in becoming yoga instructors and eagerly want to serve to the society. The courses are designed as per the syllabus of Yoga Certification Board under the Ministry of Ayush i.e. (YCB) Level 2.

Two Months

Batch 1 - 1st January to 28th February
Batch 2 - 1st March to 30th April
Batch 3 - 1st May to 30th June
Batch 4 - 1st July to 30th August
Batch 5 - 1st September to 31st October
Batch 6 - 1st November to 30th December

Monday to Friday (Practical & Theory)

8:00am to 12:00pm

Eligibility

  1. No Qualification Required.
  2. Medical Fitness Certificate.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission from Institute.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 15 days prior to each course.

Course Fees

Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only). Non-Refundable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next course after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga

1st August to 30th April (Plus Six Months Internship)

PG Diploma in Yoga Education (PGDYEd)

The course has been devised for those who are not satisfied by entry level technical knowledge of Yoga and are eager to know about its philosophical and psychological backgrounds, as well as why and how they affect the body and mind.

The emphasis in the course is on developing the right perspective and understanding the science and art of yoga through first-hand experience. The course is specially designed to educate people who are interested in becoming Yoga teachers and serve the society. The courses are designed as per the syllabus of Yoga Certification Board under the Ministry of Ayush i.e. (YCB) Level 3.

Duration: Nine Months

1st August to 30th April (Plus Six Months Internship)

Monday to Friday (Theory & Practical)

Time: 8:30am to 11:30am

On Saturday Shuddhi Kriya Practical

Time: 7:00am to 8:00am

Eligibility

  1. Graduates in any stream or people holding equivalent qualification of a recognized University.
  2. Medical fitness.

Selection Criteria

  • Candidates must fulfil criteria of Eligibility.
  • Candidates, whose forms are accepted, will be required to appear for an Interview with original documents for verification, the eligible students will be selected and the decision of Selection Board will be final.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission after interview.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Course Fees

Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only). Non-refundable.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next academic calendar year after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No
    gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

EDUCATIONAL TOUR

Visit to the Mother Institute (Lonavala) is compulsory to all the students, 2 days and 1 night educational tour for the students of Diploma in Yoga Education. Travelling cost additional as actual applicable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Criteria of Passing

Minimum of 40% marks in each paper (Practical and Theory).

Commitment

The course requires complete and unreserved commitment on the part of the student. The program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for the course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of the course.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Advanced Yoga Teachers Training Course (Adv. T. T. C.)

Batch 1 - 1st April to 30th May
Batch 2 - 1st August to 30th September
Batch 3 - 1st December to 30th January

Advanced Yoga Teachers Training Course (Adv. T. T. C.)

The course emphasizes integration of the classical yogic texts with the practice of teaching. Participants will advance their deeper understanding of impact of yogic practices on anatomy and physiology of human body. They will participate in discussions, lectures and hands on training to gain new insights on what it means to be a yoga teacher and to enhance their teaching abilities.

Duration of the Course

Two Months

Monday to Friday (Practical & Theory)

10:00am to 2:00pm

Course Fees

Rs. 25,000/- (Rupees Twenty Five Thousand). Non-Refundable.

Eligibility

Education - Advanced Course in Yoga intends to delve deeper into the subtle understanding of the texts and practices. Applicants need to ensure that they have requisite experience and the will to go in depth. Therefore, it is recommended that the applicants should have at least 200 hours education in Yoga (Preferably CCY from Kaivalyadhama) and one-year experience of Yoga practice.

Age

  • No limit

Medical Fitness

Candidates should be medically fit and sound as certified by competent authority

Course Dates

Batch 1 - 1st April to 30th May
Batch 2 - 1st August to 30th September
Batch 3 - 1st December to 30th January

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission from Institute.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 15 days prior to each course.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next course after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Diploma in Yoga Therapy

1st July to 30th June (Academic) + Six Months Internship

Diploma in Yoga Therapy

The course aims to train science/medical graduates and qualified yoga teachers into clinical/therapeutic aspects of yoga so that they can become a part of Yoga Therapy team at hospitals/social and educational institutes.

Objectives

The objective of this course is to create awareness for positive health and yogic personality development in students and also to develop and impart skills in application of yogic practices for restoring and promoting positive health.
Etiology of selected diseases is studied with the help of research surveys and clinical observations in the context of basic concepts in Yoga, Ayurveda, Psychology and modern medicine.

Duration of the Course

One Year (Two Semesters) + Six Months Internship

1st July to 30th June

Monday to Friday (Theory & Practical)
Time: 3:30pm to 6:30pm

On Saturday Shuddhi Kriya Practical
Time: 7:00am to 8:00am

Course Fees

Rs. 90,000/- (Rupees Ninety Thousand). Non-Refundable.

Eligibility

Education – Graduation from any stream with a minimum certificate course in Yoga from preferably an IYA certified Institution (Preferably CCY from Kaivalyadhama).

Age

  • No limit

Medical Fitness

Candidates should be medically fit and sound as certified by competent authority

Course Dates

1st July to 30th June(Academic) + Six Months Internship

Selection Criteria

  • Candidates must fulfil criteria of Eligibility
  • Candidates, whose forms are accepted, will be required to appear for an Interview with original documents for verification, the eligible students will be selected and the decision of Selection Board will be final.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission after interview.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 30th May

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next academic calendar year after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No
    gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

EDUCATIONAL TOUR

Visit to the Mother Institute (Lonavala) is compulsory to all the students, 2 days and 1 night educational tour for the students of Diploma in Yoga Education. Travelling cost additional as actual applicable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Criteria of Passing

Minimum of 40% marks in each paper (Practical and Theory).

Commitment

The course requires complete and unreserved commitment on the part of the student. The program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for the course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of the course.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

M.A. Yogashastra (Weekend Batch)

Dates Coming Soon, Once Notification Received from KKSU

M.A. Yogashastra
(Weekend Batch)

Affiliated to Kavikulaguru Kalidas Sanskrit University.
This course aims at training students to take up yoga study at the post graduate level. 

Registration open for 2021

Course Fees

MA Yogashastra I Year
Course Fees – Rs. 30,000/-
Total – Rs. 30,000/-

MA Yogashastra II Year
Course Fees – Rs. 30,000/-
Total – Rs. 30,000/-

Eligibility

Education:

  1. Any Graduation, or its equivalent.
  2. A student having any previous qualification of Yoga (minimum six months course from a recognized institution) or pass the Yogasetu examination conducted by KKSU.

Age

21 - 60 years

Medical Test

Candidates should be medically fit and sound as certified by competent authority.

Selection

Based on merit and timely registration.

Course Dates

Dates coming soon, once notification received from KKSU

Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

Class Timings

Saturday & Sunday: 8am to 1pm

Before you Register

  1. Please upload the eligibility documents (in clear and visible form) on the online form when filling it out. Application forms with inappropriate or unreadable documents will not be processed further.
  2. Please mention about additional yoga certificate details in the form itself.
  3. Students having Graduation mark sheets and certificates will only be considered and not the students who have appeared for final year Graduation.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

Educational Tour

Visit to the Mother Institute (Lonavala) is compulsory to all the students. Study tours for the same shall be arranged on timely basis. Travelling cost additional as actual applicable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Commitment

The course requires complete and unreserved commitment on the part of the student. The program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for the course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of the course.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Courses

Certificate Course in Yoga

Batch 1 - 1st January to 28th February
Batch 2 - 1st March to 30th April
Batch 3 - 1st May to 30th June
Batch 4 - 1st July to 30th August
Batch 5 - 1st September to 31st October
Batch 6 - 1st November to 30th December

Certificate Course in Yoga (CCY)

The course has been designed for beginners who are willing to build a career in Yoga. It’s a first step to the philosophical and psychological knowledge to reach to the final goal of spirituality. The course covers the traditional yoga practices as per yogic texts with emphasis to practices like Kriyas, Asanas, Mudras, Bandhas, Pranayama and Dhyan (Meditation).

It’s essential to do the Certificate Course in Yoga to understand the philosophy and psychology as a beginner. Further to this, one can opt for Diploma in Yoga Education. The emphasis in the course is on developing the right perspective and understanding the science and the art of yoga through first-hand experience. The course is specially designed to educate people who are interested in becoming yoga instructors and eagerly want to serve to the society. The courses are designed as per the syllabus of Yoga Certification Board under the Ministry of Ayush i.e. (YCB) Level 2.

Two Months

Batch 1 - 1st January to 28th February
Batch 2 - 1st March to 30th April
Batch 3 - 1st May to 30th June
Batch 4 - 1st July to 30th August
Batch 5 - 1st September to 31st October
Batch 6 - 1st November to 30th December

Monday to Friday (Practical & Theory)

8:00am to 12:00pm

Eligibility

  1. No Qualification Required.
  2. Medical Fitness Certificate.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission from Institute.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 15 days prior to each course.

Course Fees

Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only). Non-Refundable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next course after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga

1st July to 31st March (Inclusive of Internship)

PG Diploma in Yoga Education (PGDYEd)

The course has been devised for those who are not satisfied by entry level technical knowledge of Yoga and are eager to know about its philosophical and psychological backgrounds, as well as why and how they affect the body and mind.

The emphasis in the course is on developing the right perspective and understanding the science and art of yoga through first-hand experience. The course is specially designed to educate people who are interested in becoming Yoga teachers and serve the society. The courses are designed as per the syllabus of Yoga Certification Board under the Ministry of Ayush i.e. (YCB) Level 3.

Duration: Nine Months

1st July to 31st March (Inclusive of Internship)

Monday to Friday (Theory & Practical)

Time: 2:00pm to 5:00pm

On Saturday Shuddhi Kriya Practical

Time: 7:00am to 8:00am

Eligibility

  1. Graduates in any stream or people holding equivalent qualification of a recognized University with minimum of 45% marks.
  2. Medical fitness.

Selection Criteria

  • Candidates must fulfil criteria of Eligibility.
  • Candidates, whose forms are accepted, will be required to appear for an Interview with original documents for verification, the eligible students will be selected and the decision of Selection Board will be final.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission after interview.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is May 30th

Course Fees

Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only). Non-refundable.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next academic calendar year after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No
    gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

EDUCATIONAL TOUR

Visit to the Mother Institute (Lonavala) is compulsory to all the students, 2 days and 1 night educational tour for the students of Diploma in Yoga Education. Travelling cost additional as actual applicable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Criteria of Passing

Minimum of 40% marks in each paper (Practical and Theory).

Commitment

The course requires complete and unreserved commitment on the part of the student. The program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for the course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of the course.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Advanced Yoga Teachers Training Course (Adv. T. T. C.)

Batch 1 - 1st April to 30th May
Batch 2 - 1st August to 30th September
Batch 3 - 1st December to 30th January

Advanced Yoga Teachers Training Course (Adv. T. T. C.)

The course emphasizes integration of the classical yogic texts with the practice of teaching. Participants will advance their deeper understanding of impact of yogic practices on anatomy and physiology of human body. They will participate in discussions, lectures and hands on training to gain new insights on what it means to be a yoga teacher and to enhance their teaching abilities.

Duration of the Course

Two Months

Monday to Friday (Practical & Theory)

10:00am to 2:00pm

Course Fees

Rs. 25,000/- (Rupees Twenty Five Thousand). Non-Refundable.

Eligibility

Education - Advanced Course in Yoga intends to delve deeper into the subtle understanding of the texts and practices. Applicants need to ensure that they have requisite experience and the will to go in depth. Therefore, it is recommended that the applicants should have at least 200 hours education in Yoga (Preferably CCY from Kaivalyadhama) and one-year experience of Yoga practice.

Age

  • No limit

Medical Fitness

Candidates should be medically fit and sound as certified by competent authority

Course Dates

Batch 1 - 1st April to 30th May
Batch 2 - 1st August to 30th September
Batch 3 - 1st December to 30th January

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission from Institute.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 15 days prior to each course.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next course after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Diploma in Yoga Therapy

1st July to 30th June (Academic) + Six Months Internship

Diploma in Yoga Therapy

The course aims to train science/medical graduates and qualified yoga teachers into clinical/therapeutic aspects of yoga so that they can become a part of Yoga Therapy team at hospitals/social and educational institutes.

Objectives

The objective of this course is to create awareness for positive health and yogic personality development in students and also to develop and impart skills in application of yogic practices for restoring and promoting positive health.
Etiology of selected diseases is studied with the help of research surveys and clinical observations in the context of basic concepts in Yoga, Ayurveda, Psychology and modern medicine.

Duration of the Course

One Year (Two Semesters) + Six Months Internship

1st July to 30th June

Monday to Friday (Theory & Practical)
Time: 3:30pm to 6:30pm

On Saturday Shuddhi Kriya Practical
Time: 7:00am to 8:00am

Course Fees

Rs. 90,000/- (Rupees Ninety Thousand). Non-Refundable.

Eligibility

Education – Graduation from any stream with a minimum certificate course in Yoga from preferably an IYA certified Institution (Preferably CCY from Kaivalyadhama).

Age

  • No limit

Medical Fitness

Candidates should be medically fit and sound as certified by competent authority

Course Dates

1st July to 30th June(Academic) + Six Months Internship

Selection Criteria

  • Candidates must fulfil criteria of Eligibility
  • Candidates, whose forms are accepted, will be required to appear for an Interview with original documents for verification, the eligible students will be selected and the decision of Selection Board will be final.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form on website.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission after interview.

Note

  • Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 30th May

Attendance

  • 90% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next academic calendar year after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No
    gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

EDUCATIONAL TOUR

Visit to the Mother Institute (Lonavala) is compulsory to all the students, 2 days and 1 night educational tour for the students of Diploma in Yoga Education. Travelling cost additional as actual applicable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Criteria of Passing

Minimum of 40% marks in each paper (Practical and Theory).

Commitment

The course requires complete and unreserved commitment on the part of the student. The program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for the course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of the course.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Online Yoga Class

Class Days: Monday to Saturday

Class Timings:
Morning – 6am, 7am, 8am & 9am
Evening – 4pm, 5pm, 6pm & 7pm

Fees:
Group Class- Rs. 1,000/- (Monthly)
Individual Session (Alternate Days) – Rs. 3600/-(Monthly 12 Sessions)
Individual Session (Everyday) – Rs. 7200/- (Monthly 24 Sessions)

Group Class

Alternate Days

Courses

Certificate Course in Yoga

1st January to 28th February
1st May to 30th June
1st September to 31st October
Additional Batch for Year 2020, From
1st November 2020 to 30th December 2020

The course has been designed for beginners who are willing to build a career in Yoga. It’s a first step to the Philosophical and Psychological knowledge to reach to the final goal of spirituality. The course covers the traditional Yoga practices as per Yogic Texts with emphasis to practices like Kriyas, Asanas, Mudras, Bandhas, Pranayama and Dhyan (Meditation).

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Two Months (Weekdays)

1st January to 28th February 1st May to 30th June 1st September to 31st October

Additional Batch for Year 2020, From 1st November 2020 to 30th December 2020

Monday to Friday (Practical & Theory)

9:00am to 1:00pm

Eligibility

  1. Minimum 12th Pass is compulsory.
  2. Medical Fitness Certificate.

Process of Admission

  1. Fill in the application form onsite.
  2. Payment of fees.

Note: Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Last Date of Submission

The last date for submission of Application form is 15 days prior to each course.

Course Fees

Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only). Non refundable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Attendance

  • 80% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.
  • Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next course after completion of attendance deficit.
  • People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission. Discipline“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.
  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should be switched off before entering to the class.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules.)

Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga

1st July to 31st March (Inclusive of Internship)

The course has been devised for those who are not satisfied by entry level technical knowledge of Yoga and are eager to know about its Philosophical and Psychological backgrounds, as well as why and how they affect the body and mind. The emphasis in the course is on developing the right perspective and understanding the science and art of Yoga through first-hand experience.

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Weekdays Course (Duration: Nine Months)

1st July to 31st March 

  • Monday to Friday (Theory & Practical) 

Time: 2pm to 5pm

Weekend Course (Duration: Twelve Months)

1st July to 30th June

  • Saturday (Theory & Practical)

Time: 1:00pm to 6:00pm

Admission

  1. Graduates in any stream or people holding equivalent qualification of a recognized University with minimum of 45% marks.
  2. Medical fitness

Selection Criteria

  • Candidates must fulfil criteria of Eligibility
  • Candidates, whose forms are accepted, will be required to appear for an Interview with original documents for verification, the eligible students will be selected and the decision of Selection Board will be final.

Process of Admission:

  1. Fill in the application form onsite.
  2. Payment of fees.
  3. Confirmation of admission after interview.

Note: Non-eligible candidates may participate in the course but will not be entitled for Certificate.

Course Fees

Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only).

Non-refundable.

Attendance

80% Attendance in Theory and Practical classes (including Teaching Assignment) is compulsory during the course.Defaulters will have to appear for the examination in the next academic calendar year after completion of attendance deficit.

People with attendance less than 60% will have to take readmission.

Discipline

“ANUSHASAN” Discipline is the first step where the Yoga starts. All the students have to follow the rules and regulations of Kaivalyadhama.

  1. Behavioural Aspect: Respect to the Guru as Yoga is a Tradition of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”. No unwanted discussion in the class when the faculty is teaching. No gossiping in the class.
  2. Dress Code: Uniform provided by Institute.
  3. Punctuality: Punctuality is important as you have to follow Anushasan.
  4. Mobile Phone: Usage of Mobile phone is restricted in the class. Your phone should

    be switched off before entering to the class.

EDUCATIONAL TOUR

Visit to the Mother Institute (Lonavala) is compulsory to all the students, 2 days and 1 night educational tour for the students of Diploma in Yoga Education. Travelling cost additional as actual applicable.

Medium of Instruction

Course will be conducted in English and Hindi. Examinations can be written in English & Hindi.

Criteria of Passing

Minimum of 40% marks in each paper (Practical and Theory).

Commitment

The course requires complete and unreserved commitment on the part of the student. The program is adjusted within a very tight time-schedule and therefore requires from the student utmost regularity and punctuality. Before applying for the course, students are requested to make sure that their other commitments will not interfere with the schedule of the course.

(Please Note: No request will be entertained for relaxing the above rules)

In case the applicant decides to withdraw his/her registration for the course & inform(in writing through email/by post) the same to the college authorities 7 days before the commencement of the course then the Kaivalyadhama Jaipur will refund fees paid in advance after deducting Administrative Charges of Rs. 1,000.00

If one decides to withdraw from D.Y.Ed & C.C.Y. course after reporting or within a month he/she would receive the refund only for:

  • Examination fees
  • Cleansing Materials (If not availed until the date of leaving the course.)
  • Uniform (If not availed until the date of leaving the course.)
  • Student Activities
  • Deposit & Caution Money will be fully refunded after duly signed no dues Form.

Rs.1,000.00 will be deducted as administrative charges.

Fees received in all other heads are non-Refundable.

There is absolutely no refund if the student withdraws from any course after one month of commencement of the course.

Group Yoga classes

Timings Morning 7am & 8am and Evening 6pm,

Fees Rs. 2,000/- (Monthly) or Rs. 12,000/- (Yearly)

Home Tuition Fees: Rs. 500/- Per Session.

Contact Us

For enquiries, please write to Mr. Vinayak Dixit – kdhamjpr@gmail.com