Pranayamas is the practice of ancient yogic breathing techniques which includes consciously controlling the flow of breath, and thus enhances the flow of energy in the body.
A regular, balanced pranayama practice increases prana (life energy), thereby inviting greater mental clarity, heightened healing potential and deeper self-understanding. Pranayama, like other yogic practices, is about being more fully alive and well, and is a particularly helpful in the preparation for meditation.
During the workshop, you will practice the most important base of the yogic breathing as well as:
• Learn and practice various pranayama techniques, including kapalabhati, anuloma viloma, nadi shodana, aum pranayamas
• Understand how to engage the bandas during meditation or asanas
• Learn how to engage the bandhas in your pranayama practice
Mudra is Sanskrit for seal, mark, or gesture. Typically, mudras are used during meditation or pranayama as a way to direct energy flow in the body. According to yoga, different areas of the hand stimulate specific areas of the brain. By applying light pressure to these areas of the hand, you will “activate” the corresponding region of the brain.
During the workshop you will learn:
• The pressure points and various aspects of the Indian anatomy (Nadis, Prana and Chakras)
• Reviews various mudras related to physical and emotional issues
• How to maintain balance on a physical and emotional level
Please note: Pre-registration is required
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