Pranayama course for yourself practice/Sadhana.

Learn to explore your bigger dimension

Pranayama is a practice in which a person utilizes breathing to influence the flow of prana in the nadis (energy channels). The techniques of pranayama provide the method whereby the life force can be activated and regulated to go beyond one’s normal boundaries or limitations and attain a higher state of vibratory energy and awareness.

Lifestyle has a profound impact on our pranas. Irregularities in lifestyle, dietary indiscretions and stress deplete the pranic flow and results in energy drain which can also lead to disease or metabolic malfunction. The techniques of pranayama reverse this process, energizing and balancing the different pranas. Pranayama practice should be performed after asanas in an integrated yoga program.

How we breathe:

Most people breathe incorrectly, using only a small part of their lung capacity. The breathing is then generally shallow. Rhythmic, deep and slow respiration helps achieve the calm and content state of mind.

Course Contents:

Practice from Asta-kumbhakas from the classical texts (Eight Classical Pranayamas)
Physiology of Breath and Prana
The correct practice of Bandhas and Ratios
Lifestyle, Diet, Right season for Pranayama Practice
Building a self-practice of Pranayama to address personal needs


At least 6 months of Regular Asana Practice
No physical exertion during the Pranayama course
Above 18 years of age

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The principles laid out in Patanjali’s yoga sutras dating back to 500 B.C. are still very relevant today, even in our modern information world. Yoga has evolved a lot from the days of Patanjali; it has taken different forms to meet the varying needs of practitioners all along its journey. Yoga continues to accept all changes, like the ocean accepts the river, absorbs, assimilates and grows. (A distinctive feature of sanaatan dharma of India)

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