Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences (BNYS) students can find ample job opportunities in the area of naturopathy and yogic sciences. They can explore numerous jobs in the hospitality sector especially in Spa Centres of resorts and hotels. There are many job roles available but, in this article, we will be discussing a few important job roles that are available in this field
Let’s discuss in detail about them below:
1. Ayurvedic Practitioner
The ayurvedic practitioners are responsible to have an in-depth knowledge of all the ayurvedic practices and medicines that are essential for healthy living. The ayurvedic practitioners are required to assess the patient’s health condition and prescribe the accurate medicine and treatments.
Role of an Ayurvedic Practitioner
The Ayurvedic practitioner should have a wide variety of treatment skills related to ayurvedic and herbal medicine and traditional treatment techniques. He/she is also responsible to evaluate the health conditions and provide treatment accordingly. The ayurvedic practitioners are also considered as ayurvedic physicians as they will assess the patient’s condition in order to provide the accurate treatments.
Responsibilities of an Ayurvedic Practitioner
As an Ayurvedic Practitioner one is needed to:
Arrange consultations with patients and provide ayurvedic treatments
Conduct screening and diagnostic tests to reveal the exact health issues
Restoring patients to good health by administering or suggesting interventions such as massage, mindfulness, ayurvedic and homeopathic substances
Informing patients about the functions of each treatments
Monitoring and evaluating the implications of treatments
Tailoring the approach of treatment based on the results obtained
Provide ayurvedic medicines for the patients for their health conditions
Understand the specific health condition of the patients by conducting 60-90 minutes consultations
The fresh BNYS doctors will be earning around 5 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum. The experienced professionals will be earning around 7 lakhs to 10 lakhs per annum as an Ayurvedic Practitioner.
2. Yoga Instructor
As a Yoga Instructor, one is responsible to conduct yoga classes for the participants and teach them various asanas and help them to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Role of a Yoga Instructor
As a Yoga instructor one should possess an in-depth knowledge of yogic health and wellness. He/she is responsible to develop a healthy lifestyle among the people and help them to stay physically fit by teaching them different asanas of Yoga.
Responsibility of a Yoga Instructor
As a responsible yoga instructor, one is needed to:
Conduct and lead yoga sessions
Visually assess students to determine their level of practice
Assist the students to achieve precise alignment
Demonstrate practice and techniques of asanas
Possess the ability to move energy through the body
Motivate students with words on encouragement
Offer training recommendations to improve the practice of yoga
Help the students to lead a healthy lifestyle and help them to stay away from diseases and ailments
The average salary for BNYS students will range from 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs per annum. The experienced yoga instructors will be earning around 5 lakhs to 7 lakhs per annum.
3. Spa Therapist
The Spa therapist is responsible to provide exact spa treatments for the customers. They should be aware of all the ayurvedic treatments and ensure to provide health and wellness for the spa customers.
Role of a Spa Therapist
To be a successful Spa Therapist, one should keep abreast of the latest industry techniques with respect to massages and therapies to provide exceptional customer service. They should demonstrate respectfulness, patience and tact to help guests feel more comfortable and at ease.
Responsibilities of a Spa Therapist
The Spa Therapist is needed to:
Perform different types of massages, beauty treatments and wellness therapies
Maintaining detailed records of massage, treatments and therapies performed on each spa guest
Communicating with guests during massages and adjust massage techniques
Resolve guest complaints and ensure that it is not repeated
Explaining massages, treatments and therapies to guests and provide suitable recommendations as needed
Ensuring that the spa is adequately stocked with spa supplies and report shortages if required
Be aware of all the ayurvedic treatments and ensure that proper treatment is given to the guests
The fresh Spa Therapists will be earning around 4 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum, while the experienced will be earning around 6 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum as a Spa Therapist.
4. Herbal Therapist
The Herbal Therapist is required to have a detailed knowledge of all the ayurvedic medicines and ayurvedic treatments that are based on Herbal Medicare.
Role of a Herbal Therapist
Herbal Therapists treat the patients using plant-based remedies and other treatments and help them to achieve health and wellness. They are expected to have in-depth skill with the ayurvedic medicines and treatments that are available in our traditional treatment methods.
Responsibilities of the Herbal Therapist
As a Herbal Therapist one is needed to:
Undertake patient consultations to diagnose illness and conditions and to select appropriate remedies
Gathering information from patients about previous physical/medical history and symptoms
Conduct physical assessments on patients
Planning and explaining treatment requirements
Coordinating and making referrals to specialists or other health care practitioners
Providing advice about diet, exercise and lifestyle
Keeping accurate and confidential information of patient records
Keeping up to date with new research and developments in the profession
Growing and producing herbal remedies
The fresh Herbal therapist will be earning around 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs per annum. While the experienced herbal therapists will be earning around 6 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum.
Many people today are inclined towards naturopathy and yogic sciences for getting treatments for their health conditions. There has been an increase in demand for BNYS students in recent years. The last decade saw a steep rise in demand for the BNYS students. They are largely hired in the hospitality industry across the globe. They can find ample job opportunities in various 5- star and 7-star hotels and resorts across the globe. Additionally, they are also hired in Spa centres, health and wellness centres, etc.
It is predicted that the BNYS students have a good future and will be experiencing better career growth in their specific job roles. The students who are interested to explore traditional medical treatments and interested to pursue a career in this field can join the BNYS course and can earn a decent pay scale.
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