Pranayama Workshop – from pre-pranayama to classical techniques
Where: Satyananda Yoga Centre, London
When: Saturday March 24th, 9.30am – 5pm
A day exploring a systematic approach to pranayama practice. The day will combine asana, pre-pranayama and pranayama techniques as well as discussion on the meaning and aim of pranayama within the context of hatha and raja yoga.
Pre-pranayama techniques are often overlooked but if included in our practice they assist in establishing thorough breath awareness and ensure development is natural and effortless in our movement towards the classical techniques of pranayama. There should never be any undue effort
or force in the practice of pranayama.
Asana can be used to open and strengthen the breathing muscles – especially the diaphragm, facilitating a comfortable, open breath and developing posture helpful in maintaining good breathing habits.
The day will be suitable for beginners and those with more experience seeking to establish a systematic and grounded practice. By the end of the day, participants should be in a position to continue with their systematic practice at home over a period of months.
Please email Brahmananda firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.
Please bring light vegetarian lunch to share. Rooms are warm and carpeted, cushions and blankets are provided, mats are not necessary.
Places limited to 12.