Integrating the Breath and the Bandhas

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Beginner
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Hatha Yoga
Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga
Gentle Yoga
Yoga for Anxiety/Stress
Yoga for Back Care
Pranayama Yoga
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14:17
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This is the 2nd and a series of 3 videos that show you how to use the breath, the bandhas and alignment to feel strong and light as you move through a yoga class. In this video, David teaches you how to integrate the 3-part, ujjayi breathing with the activation of your pelvic floor (mula bandha), transverse abdominis (uddiyana bandha) and throat lock (jalandhara bandha) to create stability and lightness in your body, no matter what you are doing. The video before this is The 3-Part Breath and Ujjayi Breathing and the video that follows this one is Finding Stability In All Poses.

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Laying foundations for an improved practice
Rbreid73 3 weeks ago

This is what I love about DYWM classes. I only had a short amount of time, and having done the 1st of these 3 classes, I was interested to understand more about breathing and the bandhas. Not only did I learn a lot in a short amount of time, I also felt so much better for it. David's teaching style is perfectly paced, allowing me to focus on the internal workings of my body as I breathe. Can't wait for class 3.

Thanks
David Procyshyn 3 weeks ago

Thanks for the feedback. It's great to hear that you are curious about how to find stability when practicing. It's so important! The link to the 3rd class is now above, in the description.

Very informative!
Tanja Andrea 1 month ago

A very informative and well explained video. Looking forward to the third one. It's always nice to know how to improve one's yoga practice, and how to breath and use the bandhas properly during a yoga class is something I've been particularl interested in. So thank you very much for the theory session.