“The practice of pranayama develops a steady mind, strong willpower, and sound judgement.” – B.K.S. Iyengar 

Ancient Yogis developed and perfected various breathing techniques, referred to as Pranayama, to optimize the current of Prana (universal life force) that flows throughout our bodies.

Benefits of Practicing Pranayama:

  • Clears and cleanses the body + mind.
  • Prepares the body + mind for meditation during the practice of yoga asana.
  • Improves concentration, increases clarity of thought, increases ability to deal with complex situations without stress, and improves emotional regulation and equilibrium.

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