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Pranayama Workshop at Vaayu

The breath is the master key to the mind and its control. Yogic breathing or Pranayama is the ancient science of breath. Preparing for pranayama is vital as it lays the foundation for good practice. This workshop is a guide to how to build up your pranayama practice in the traditional way with stability and comfort. When we approach the practice in a logical and methodized manner, we can derive the maximum benefits.

The breath is the master key to the mind and its control. Yogic breathing or Pranayama is the ancient science of breath. Preparing for pranayama is vital as it lays the foundation for good practice. This workshop is a guide to how to build up your pranayama practice in the traditional way with stability and comfort. When we approach the practice in a logical and methodized manner, we can derive the maximum benefits.

The workshop begins with an introduction to pranayama (what it is, why should we do it- the benefits, where when and how to go about it), a few loosening practices and mudras to channelize the pranic body before entering the heart of the pranayama practice.

The practice naturally leads you to deeper yogic states and is revitalizing and soul-satisfying.

ABOUT THE TEACHER:

Harsh began his yoga practice at a very young age with his mother. He felt a burning desire to learn this ancient tradition in his later years which led him to study and practice with traditional yoga masters from the Kaivalyadhama and Krishnamacharya traditions. His interest in Sanskrit led him to complete his Master's degree in Indic Knowledge Systems. His mission is to live, teach and widen the horizon of the real undiluted spiritual message of yoga. He believes yoga is the grammar of all faiths and thus its universal versatility with all disciplines of true health spanning physical, mental and emotional well-being. Harsh is a yoga scholar and has written and presented his papers at various international conferences. An ascendance of mighty peace is the greatest takeaway experienced by his students.

Harsh began his yoga practice at a very young age with his mother. He felt a burning desire to learn this ancient tradition in his later years which led him to study and practice with traditional yoga masters from the Kaivalyadhama and Krishnamacharya traditions. His interest in Sanskrit led him to complete his Master’s degree in Indic Knowledge Systems. His mission is to live, teach and widen the horizon of the real undiluted spiritual message of yoga. He believes yoga is the grammar of all faiths and thus its universal versatility with all disciplines of true health spanning physical, mental and emotional well-being. Harsh is a yoga scholar and has written and presented his papers at various international conferences. An ascendance of mighty peace is the greatest takeaway experienced by his students.