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Mahat Pranayama

(Grand Yogic Breathing) Workshop w/Peter

December 1st

14:00 - 16:00

 

Pranayama is the bridge leading into the deeper aspects of yoga, literally the ‘breath of life’.

 
 

 
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Program

The Mahat Yoga Pranayama (grand yogic breath), also known as the 9-part breath, is a technique allowing the breath to reach into every part of the lungs. This practice uses hand mudras to direct the flow of breath into the various sections of the lungs, mudra means ‘seal’ or ‘gesture’, practiced with the hands and fingers they facilitate the flow of energy through the subtle body.

The benefits of this pranayama are to increase awareness of the lungs optimising lung capacity, promoting a healthy heart rate and balancing the mind and body.

As well as breath work we will also be working with postures to direct the flow of breath into the various parts of the lungs, there will be a small amount of partner work. The final practice Sectional or Lobular Breathing, using mudras to inhibit the breath on one side whilst breathing into each lobe on the other side. This is a very interesting and fascinating workshop even for students who find pranayama practices difficult.

Students for this workshop should ideally have a continuous yoga practice and, preferably have knowledge of the 3-part breath.


* * * If booking for more than one person, please call us on 01702 597115 Do not book via website or the second person will not appear on the roster. * * *

Rates

Investment - £20.00

 

Prepare for your workshop

No need to bring any equipment.  Just bring yourself and wear loose/flexible clothing warm clothing. 

Please arrive 10 minutes before the workshop starts so that we can show you around and complete a short contact form.

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

You may cancel a workshop/event/course up to 5 days before class. If you early cancel, you get a full refund.

Cancelling a workshop/event/course within 5 days or failing to attend a booked workshop/event/course is non-refundable. You may pass a booking onto a friend at no extra cost, however we must be notified of the change by email if a friend will attend in your place.