In our structured 1-month plan that holds you accountable, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of breathing and know how to apply what you learn in the context of your own personal journey through life.
Together, we will break down the principles of breathing – from the physiology, chemistry, mechanics, and the various ‘knobs and levers’ for directing the breath so that you will be able to steer yourself in the direction you want to go.
Rather than relying on unwanted and unconscious patterns or tendencies, you will open up new levels of awareness and feel empowered to self-regulate.
A new appreciation for the innate capacity of the human body will expand exponentially.
So whether you are feeling anxious, stressed, tired, or even frozen, you will come away with new strategies for consciously shifting your state into more love and presence. If you are looking to level up your performance, focus, and creativity, you will have real-time tools to find flow.
And most importantly, you will take your power back.
I. Historical Perspective:
2. Prana Body. Chakras, maredianes etc
3. Diererante breathing techniques
4. Ayurvedic perspective
5 Modern evolution of Pranayama
6 Descachars View - Krishnamacharya's View
7II. Pranayama and Kundalini: A Symbiotic Relationship:
Breathwork is a term for various breathing practices in which the conscious control of breathing is said to influence a person's mental, emotional, or physical state, with a therapeutic effect. Breathwork may be helpful for relaxation and stress in a similar way to meditation. Although there are claims that breathwork may provide other health benefits, no other health benefits have been proven. During a breathwork session, individuals will typically lie down and be instructed to breathe using particular methods, depending on the sub-type of breathwork. In addition to a practitioner, breathwork sessions will often have "sitters" present. Sitters are individuals who provide emotional or physical support to those practicing breathwork. Most breathwork sessions last around an hour. Breathwork practitioners believe that an individual's particular pattern of passive breathing can lead to insights about their unconscious mind.