Pranayama: Enhancing Your Life Force Through Breath and Awareness

15 Online Sessions - 30 CEUs | Mondays 11am-1pm CST | March 8 - June 14

Time & Location

Mar 08, 11:00 AM
via Zoom

About the Event

We can survive for weeks without food and days without water---but take away our breath and we can survive at most a few minutes.

This fact alone shows us just how important our breath is to the overall functioning of the body. Our breath is our body’s primary source of energy, and the most vital function for sustaining life.

The ancient yogis understood the importance of breath, and developed an entire branch of yoga dedicated to this science. Pranayama, one of the 8 limbs of yoga, teaches us to extend or stretch our life force, or prana, through breath, intention, and focused awareness.

This course will explore the subtle, energetic teachings of yoga, along with in-depth instruction of several pranayama techniques, visualizations, and meditations. These techniques are the most effective, time-tested methods of utilizing our breath as medicine for self-healing.

$450

15 Online Sessions - 30 CEUs

Mondays, 11am-1pm CST

March 8 - June 14

Each class will consist of both lecture and practice. You can attend classes live, or access the recording for later viewing. You will have access to the course content for one year. CEUs available by request.

Course Schedule is as follows (subject to modifications):

Week 1 - Intro to Energetic Anatomy and the Pancha Maya Kosha

Week 2 - Anatomy of the Breath

Week 3 - The Ten Great Vessels and 14 Major Nadis

Week 4 - Bandhas and Breath retention

Week 5 - Langhana & Brmhana

Week 6 - Pancha Vayu

Week 7 - Introduction to Chakras

Week 8 - Muladhara Chakra

Week 9 - Svadhisthana Chakra

Week 10 - Manipura Chakra

Week 11 - Anahata Chakra

Week 12 - Visuddha Chakra

Week 13 - Ajna Chakra

Week 14 - Sahasrara Chakra

Week 15 - Reflections and Q & A

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