Pranayama is the practice of guiding breath. In yoga, we call this life force energy. The details of breath quality are inquisitively monitored, including texture, temperature, length, and depth, as well as the subtle spaces between each inhalation and exhalation. There are many different styles of pranayam exercises, all of which are meant to strengthen the respiratory system, enhance concentration, and energize the body.The transistion from a bitter cold winter to the breakthrough of spring can often bring with it seasonal allergies. In fact, over 40 million people around the globe suffer from allergies. During a bout of seasonal allergies people often find themselves becoming increasingly agitated and stressed-out as their immune systems begin to shut down. Incorporating regular yoga practice is the perfect method to calm your body's fight-or-flight response system which in turn settles your annoying allergies as well!The Art of Pranayama: Breathwork by Siri Peterson Cavanna
1. The Art of Pranayama: Breathwork
The breath is the foundation of our yoga practice. In this lesson we will introduce the concept of prana and how energy can flow optimally through the body to create more strength, ease, and vitality. Follow Grokker Yoga Expert Siri Peterson to explore a three-part breath that will allow you to access your fullest lung capacity. To solidify the lessons of this Grokker Premium video, we will move into ujayyi breath, the essential breath that will accompany your Hatha yoga practice. All Levels.
2. How to breathe better
This is an instructional video about breathwork basics and two pranayama teachniques - the three part yogic breath and nadi sodhana.
3. Lion's Breath - Foundations of Yoga
Learn Lions Breath or Simhasana with Adriene! In this video we break down this pranayama practice and pose. We remind ourselves to have fun, let go of what people think and to invite in a practice that serves you! Explore this breath practice in many shapes or whilst in traffic. Take a moment to find what feels good! Smile!