Restorative and Pranayama Workshop

Simply, prana means breath or vitality or even life force while ‘ayama’ means extension. So pranayama is a technique that enables us to extend the breath or
our vitality and life-force.
Through asana practice the mind and the body unite and this prepares the student for pranayama. The breath is a barometer to the emotions and this creates a feedback loop: as asana helps pranayama, the reverse is also true. We will be exploring the restorative poses that allow access to this subtle practice of pranayama.
The workshop will begin with restorative poses to settle rising thoughts. The second hour will be focussing on pranayama techniques such as Ujjayi and Viloma. The aim is to bring the mind to steadiness.
This workshop is suitable for this who have been attending classes for at least 18 months. It costs just £20 and lasts 2.5 hours.
Saturday 31 August 2024 @ 12:00
12:00 — 15:00 (3h)

The Yoga Extension

Frances Mckee

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