Pranayama

Pranayama

Improve oxygenation with breathing practices that invigorate, awaken, calm and balance mind and body. Pranayama reeducates our entire nervous system, so that we may once again breathe deeply, freely and easily.

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Pranayama
  • Moving Pranayama

    Move your body, move your breath. This moving Pranayama class is designed to help free up the body and to invigorate and harness the breath. Lower stress and anxiety levels, stretch and strengthen the body and treat yourself to this simple yet profound practice.

  • Back Care | Alternate Nostril Breathing

    Join Nancy in this short Pranayama practice for balance. Alternate nostril breathing is considered THE balancing breath for all of the systems of the body. A great breath to practice at the end of a busy workday!

    Music:
    Yoga and Meditation Music with Pianoscaper by Rob Barker. Licence: Creat...

  • Back Care | Kapalabhati

    Kapalabhati, sometimes known as fire breath, is a core awakening breathing exercise. When done properly, this pranayama practice awakens the abdominal muscles and clears the mind of stagnation. This pranayama practice is not recommended for pregnancy, recent abdominal surgery, or during menstruat...

  • Pranayama for Better Digestion

    Try these Ayurveda-inspired breathing practices for better digestion. Angela guides you through 3 different practices for 3 different types of digestive issues.

  • Pranayama and Meditation

    Take 30 minutes out of your day to rest your mind and let go of what is not serving you. Balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain with Alternate Nostril breathing before flowing into a quiet and rejuvenating meditative state.

    Music:
    Relaxing Piano Music by Kevin MacLeod . Licence: ...