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I want to make my career in the field of Yoga.
I want to make my career in the field of Yoga. And I had made a course of yoga teacher from Bihar Yoga Bharti munger (Bihar) and i want to do my degree also with Yoga and I want to do any higher course of yoga and do job as a proffessior or any other higher post.

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Asked by murari Wednesday Apr 1st 2009 in Career Planning
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Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/MBANew-Delhi.htm
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If you are looking for a career in Yoga, you are not going to need a degree from a school of higher education. What you are going to need is to find a program that will certify you for teaching yoga.

Please follow this link to find a list of - online yoga courses.

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