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The Art of Breathing

£25

About this course

The Art of Breathing

We take over 20,000 breaths every single day, but many of us remain unaware of its untapped potential. Come and learn how to harness the power of breathing to increase your energy, declutter your mind, and elevate your consciousness.

 

The fourth stage in the ancient path of Ashtanga Yoga is the practice of Pranayama, or control of the breath. Prana refers to the vital life force which we know as the breath that sustains the body throughout the day. By practising extension of the breath (ayama), our vitality, clarity and overall sense of wellbeing is significantly upgraded.

 

Pranayama serves as an important bridge between the external, active practices of yoga, like asana, and the internal subtle practices that lead us into higher states of consciousness. Broadly, the course looks at several useful Pranayamas, how imbalanced prana can become a cause of “dis-ease” in the body and highlights the benefits of controlled breathing on your health and your practice of Bhakti.

 

The course will include:

-Short Mindfulness meditation

-Origin of Pranayama

-Benefits of Pranayama

-Pranamaya Kosha as explained in the Puranas

-Pranayama demonstration and practice

– Mindfulness meditation

– Recap of breathing practices from last week and any realisations

– Pranayama and posture

– Pranayama and everyday life

 

Other information

You will need to bring your own yoga mat for theses sessions. Although not essential, we recommend you bring a blanket and wear comfortable clothes

 

Provision of course material:

Please visit our FAQs which clarifies what material is / is not provided – https://schoolofbhakti.com/course-faqs/

Dates: 19th Jun
Day: Sunday
Time: 10 am - 2 pm
Duration: 1 session
Price: £25
Location: Onsite at Gaura Room

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Kishori is truly and amazing, dedicated and gifted yogini

Rated 5 out of 5
July 16, 2022

Kishori is a special Yogini who brings such warmth and love to her amazing yoga classes. Her love, care and dedication shines through every class. You’ll find yourself supported by her beautiful energy in which you’ll learn to grow. I definitely have seen and felt the benefits of her yoga teachings and highly recommend this for everyone who is willing to grow and make transformation from within. With all the crisis that happening around the world and our hectic lifestyles all these are causing increased mental stress and depression.. Yoga is definitely the best way forward in bringing, balance, harmony and peace from within. Namaste 🙏

Anita Persaud

Mindfulness at it's best!

Rated 5 out of 5
July 16, 2022

Kishori conducted this course in a highly professional and spiritual manner, befitting of her high reputation in this field. I would not hesitate to recommend her works!

Grant Higgs

Please conduct this course again.

Rated 5 out of 5
July 16, 2022

My daughter, my husband and myself . We all will like to join

Swati Mishra

Mindful breathing

Rated 5 out of 5
July 16, 2022

I really enjoyed my classes with Kishori. She has a lovely way of teaching that envelops the class with an ease and calm that enables learning with an open heart. The teachings were invaluable whilst we all strive to navigate the various stresses of living in these bodies at this time. I have not only learnt a great deal but found an oasis of calm that I was able to retreat to and spend two hours on a Saturday with beautiful souls from all walks of life , who were there to learn for all different reasons.

I couldn’t recommend this class highly enough and felt deep gratitude to be able to learn in the beautiful Bhaktivedanta Manor.

Linda Bawden

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