Pranayama

 

“Prana” means “breath” also referred to as “life force” and “Yama” means “restraint” and together it is loosely translated to breath control

It is a practice in yoga which involves regulating  your breathing through specific techniques and exercises.

The purpose is to relax the mind and body through a combination of inhalation, exhalation, and retention of the breath.

Pranayama is the easiest and most effective tool to awaken to your full potential and connect with your true self. 

Using and adapting skills that are learnt to manipulate breath creates particular effects on the body and mind.

 

 

Certain exercises are not suitable for the following


  • Uncontrolled hypertension (Epilepsy/Seizures/Panic Disorders)
  • Pregnant Women
  • Chronic Heart Conditions
  • Severe Breathing Issues

Benefits 

There are many benefits to practising Pranayama, I have listed a few below.

 


  1. Soothes stress, anxiety and depression
  2. Improves blood circulation.
  3. Increases mindfulness.
  4. Assists with asthma.
  5. Relaxes the mind and body.
  6. Can assist with regulating body temperature.

 

Caution : Pranayama techniques should be practised under supervision of a trained professional


 

 

The Art of Breathing 


 

 

In this 12 week program you will receive:

12 pranayama techniques

Guided meditations

Mudras (hand and finger gestures that are used in conjunction with pranayama)

Guided warm up yoga class


 

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Online Course – $80

 

 

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