Pranayama. The science of breath.
- Can be practiced safely by everyone, young / old / fit / unfit, everyone can get the benefits.
Learn how to safely practice kapalbhati, Nadi Shodhana and Sama Vritti. This will be a guided practice where you learn to breathe rhythmically to my count. I am including written course material to help you fully understand the practice and explains the benefits of the different styles. Your pranayama practice should be practiced daily at a regular time to get the maximum benefits.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to increase and maximise their breathing, yoga, sports person, even a lazy person.
- 01:01Opening mantra sanskrit
I am British and after developing Rheumatoid arthritis in my late twenties I needed a lifestyle change to cure this disease without going down the usual route of allopathic medicine.
I moved to Mysore, India in 1999 and started to learn yoga on the second day and continue a regular yoga practice to this day.
After experimenting with various styles, hatha, Iyengar etc I found my practice 'ashtanga vinyasa'.
I was authorised to teach by KPJAYI Mysore in 2012 and also obtained Yoga Alliance ERYT-200, ERYT-500, YACEP and RYS300 registered yoga school.
When not in India I spend a lot of my time in Asia teaching workshops, teacher trainings and yoga conferences.
I started shooting this course mid COVID on my 58th birthday on 8/7/2020 then self learned the intricacies of video production. Many hours have been spent developing these courses, I hope you find the instructions helpful and easy to follow.