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5 Pranayama Practices for Beginners

By Rose S. / July 12, 2021

Want to deepen your yoga practice with yogic breathing? Here are 5 simple Pranayama practices to get you started… Pranayama, the practice of yogic breathing, has been used for a variety of different purposes since ancient times. In fact, some refer to Pranayama practices as the foundation of all yoga disciplines. Some use breath control […]

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What Is Nadi Shodhana Breath?

By Rose S. / June 14, 2021

Enhance your yoga or meditation practice with nadi shodhana breath… If you’ve been doing yoga for a while – especially any type of yoga that focuses on Pranayama or breath practices, you may have been introduced to nadi shodhana – or alternate nostril breathing. (The Sanskrit term “nadi” means “stream,” “channel,” or “flow,” while shodhana […]

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Using the Udana Vayu Prana In Your Yoga Practice

By Rose S. / May 18, 2020

Enhance your yoga practice with the 5 prana vayus. Here’s a brief introduction to working with Udana vayu… If you’ve been practicing yoga for a while, you’ve probably been introduced to some form of pranayama – or yogic breath practice. While there isn’t always a lot of emphasis placed on breath techniques in the Western […]

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[Weekly Workout] 19-Minute Holiday Pranayama Practice

By Rose S. / December 4, 2019

Release stress and improve your overall well-being with this short but effective Pranayama practice – perfect for the busy holiday season! This time of year can be stressful, so it’s nice to take some time out once in a while and find the calm at your center! Yogic breathing – or Pranayama – can be […]

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[Weekly Workout] 20-Minute Air Element Yoga Practice (Release & Flow)

By Rose S. / May 29, 2019

Release negative thoughts, stress, and tension with this flowing Air Element yoga practice! In this flowing 20-minute yoga class, you will focus on the element of air, exploring the depth of each inhale and exhale as you move. This is the fourth class in the Earth Element series, so be sure to check out the […]

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