Time: 2.5 Hours; Marks: 50

Unit–I: Anatomy & Physiology (5)

Brief Study of Various Systems

  • (a) Nervous system.
  • (b) Endocrine system.
  • (c) Circulatory/lymphatic system.
  • (d) Digestive system.
  • (e) Excretory system (kidneys).
  • (f) Disorders in brief (joint, hormone, basic physiological).

Unit–II: Diet and Nutrition (5)

  • (a) Methods of Cooking and effect on food by dry heat, moist heat and use of oil.
  • (b) Technologies to improve the quality of food – germination, fermentation and fortification.
  • (c) Body Mass Index (BMI), BMR, expected height and weight for ages.
  • (d) Diet for life style related disorders: Obesity, underweight, Hypertension.
  • (e) Diet for summer, winter and rainy season.
  • (f) Diet for healthy skin and hair.
  • (g) Diet for weight loss.
  • (h) Sample diet for different age groups.

Unit–III: Yoga and Health (15)

  • (a) Surya namaskar (mantra and exercises 1-12).
  • (b) Shat kramas (1-6).
  • (c) Bhavshudhi.
  • (d) Asana.
    • Suptvajrasana.
    • Paschimutanasana.
    • Ardhmatsendrasana.
    • Konasan.
    • Matsyasana.
    • Virasana.
    • Makrasana.
    • Sinhasana.
    • Chakrasana.
    • Savasana.
    • Sarvangasana.
    • Halasana.
  • (e) Pranayama (1-8).
  • (f) Sthulvyamyas.

Unit–IV: Indian and International Body Therapies (15)

  • (a) Detail knowledge and study of shirodhara.
  • (b) Detail study of.
    • hydro therapy.
    • colour therapy.
    • mud therapy (lepa).
    • body wrap (hot & cold treatment) to detoxify the body.
  • (c) Jacuzee hydro massage.
  • (d) Modern trends in spa, medi–tourism, medi–spa.
  • (e) Acupressure massage.
  • (f) Shiatsu.
  • (g) Reiki.
  • (h) Detail knowledge of reflexology massage.

Unit–V: Basic Health and Safety (5)

To meet minimum occupational standards.

  • Disease caused by Unhygienic practices.

Unit–VI: Business Studies (5)

  • Planning and establishing of a Spa/salon.
  • Spa menu.
  • Stock control.
  • Communication in Spa & beauty Industry.