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Self-paced structure of new Maharishi Yoga Asanas course, offered online by Maharishi University of Management
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26 June 2011
The new Distance Education course offered by Maharishi University of Management—'Maharishi Yoga Asanas: Vedic exercise to enliven mind-body coordination to support pure awareness, the state of Yoga'—begins 15 July.
It is offered in a self-paced online format, and can be taken for academic credit, or as a noncredit course.
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Each of the 16 lessons includes a lecture, detailed demonstrations of each posture, in-depth explanation of the benefit of each posture and additional self-study options. Dr Paul Morehead, Ph.D., Co-Chairman of the MUM Department of Physiology and Health, who is teaching the course, will also hold several live webinars providing question and answer opportunities for course participants.
Participants can view the lessons as often as they like, anytime during the course period at their convenience. Those taking the course for credit will have three months from the start date to view and complete it. Those taking the course for non-credit will have six months to view and complete the course.
Completion of this course, when enrolled for credit, may fulfill a required course for a bachelor degree from Maharishi University of Management. Students enrolled in other universities should check with their own institutions about transfer credit for this course.
'The joy of doing these Maharishi Yoga asanas is just the
beginning . . . . they have produced a feeling of lightness with respect to my body and brought about increased gracefulness and fluidity of motion. . . . For me this has become a ''golden moment of the day,'' as Maharishi declared it to be in his introduction to this course.' — Participant in the Maharishi Yoga Asana course
To learn more or to register for the course, go to: www.mum.edu/de and select the Maharishi Yoga Asanas course (PH 263). Email: email@example.com
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