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Yoga EtiquettesThe organization Paramanand Institute of Yoga Sciences & Research inherits the ancient approach of yoga to inculcate and infuse the wisdom of yoga in each and every student of Institute. To see this vision in to practice the whole design of teaching and learning is framed in such a way that ethical sense becomes inevitable for all the members of the Institute.
The day starts with the ancient yoga code of conduct Dincharya (the daily regimen). Every day activities are arranged in the light of Ritucharya (seasonal code of conduct). Moreover, every step of behavior of the individual is visualized under the concept of Achar-rasayan (behavioral chemistry).
We see the spectrum of Yama (rules, how to act in the society) and Niyama (personal code and conducts) prescribed by Maharishi Patanjali.
General Guidelines for successful completion of the course should be strictly followed.
Discipline is an integral part of training program. (Ath Yog Anushashnam - Patanjali Yog Sutra 1/1 Discipline is Yoga}.
Disrespect may render the student to lose his/her studentship and in such case no fees would be refunded.
Absence from any activity of the scheduled program is a gross breach of discipline.Under inevitable circumstances, a student should obtain permission in advance from the teacher concerned/the respective Manager accordingly.
Library books and other dues, if any, must be settled before leaving the place.
Smoking and drinking alcohol are strictly prohibited.
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