Pranayama is one of the most renowned ancient and popular practices of yoga. Its existence dates back to the ancient scriptures like Patanjali Yoga sutra written in 200 B.C. It encompasses one of the most crucial steps of the Ashtanga Yoga. Pranayama is both traditional and scientific technique which balances the mind, body, emotions and the soul ultimately. Its therapeutic benefits have been gaining popularity all over the world, encouraging people from different professions to practice and master the art of Pranayama.Yoga is an art of establishing “harmony between individual existences with cosmic existence” and Pranayama is an application of this “art” through which one develops an awareness of one’s Prana (vital life force). The soul of Pranayama lays in controlled inhalation, retention and controlled exhalation of the breath. It not only extends and empowers the Prana, but it also refreshes and soothes the vital energy so that the body can harness it.
Traditional easy course to prepare for Pranayama
Yogacharya Sandhya Dixit is one of the senior-most teachers at Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, Maharastra India. She has nearly 40 years’ experience in the field of Yoga. She has actively conducted workshops and training camps at national and international levels. Her programs on Pranayama have been very successful globally and have benefited thousands of people. Her Pranayama online workshop has been a great success since June 2020. Her style of teaching is unique, with a simple and a practical approach. She was recently awarded with Swami Kuvalayananda Yoga Puraskar in year 2020 for her dedicated, committed and extraordinary service and contribution in field of Yoga. The award was bestowed to her by The Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra, India.
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