Pranayama Yoga Prana means energy, breath, or life force. Learning to direct and control prana in the body has long been considered a crucial aspect of yoga.1 As an essential bodily function, breathing is an involuntary act. Although we cannot control whether or not we breathe, we can, to some extent, control the way that we breathe. Exercises in breath control, such as breath retention and deliberate methods inhalation and exhalation for specific mental and physical benefits are at the core of pranayama practice. (Definition from: https://www.verywellfit.com/pranayama-yoga-breathing-exercises)
Pranyama Yoga Online Course: Learn to control the breath to re-energize, relax, de-stress and develop mindfulness and awareness. Breathing is the primary activity essential for human living. Nowadays, we take shallow breaths incapable to provide the body with the amount of oxygen enough for the full functioning of our system, which results in more fatigue, stress and lake of focus. A good breathing relaxes the body, vitalize the system and sharpen the mind.
Breathing techniques to enhance the oxygen flow into the body cells, like: Bhastrika, Kapalabhati, Bhramai, and others.. for each we will know the technique and the benefits for our system revival.
Deep meditation time for body and mind rest, and soul connection. Moreover, we learn to use Mudras to enhance the posture and blood circulation.
About the Instructor:
Instructor Amira Shawky: – Sri Sri Yoga instructor for adults and kids; – Happiness course instructor; – teaches Pranayama Yoga since 2015. – Practicing since 2009. – Certified in 2015 from Art of Living Ashram in Bangalore, India. – Between 2013- 2017, practiced Mysore Ashtanga Yoga. – In 2017, attended an “Anti-Gymnastics” course in Paris – Thérèse Bertherat Method of Body Practice.