Pranayama Yoga To Move Energy

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Instructor David Procyshyn
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Average: 4.6 (96 votes)
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Duration:
12
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34

In this video, David teaches you how to use pranayama (yoga breathing exercises) to move energy through your body, clear out energetic blockages and help you feel lighter, less inhibited and more relaxed. You will be doing deep abdominal breathing, the cleansing breath, kapalabhati, retentions, yogic locks (bandhas) and meditation. If you're looking to progress with pranayama, the class that is meant to go before this class is David's Pranayama Yoga To Wake Up.

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Pranayama Yoga/Pranayama Yoga, Yoga at Work, Yoga for Anxiety Stress

Comments

Very grounding practice. ...
beesknees 2 months ago

Very grounding practice. I appreciated the warm up pranayama before the more challenging breath work. Thank you!

Wow invigorating... just ...
nskittle 2 months ago

Wow invigorating... just what I needed after a sleepless night and a stressed, rushed morning. Thanks David

You think 100 is a lot and then you do it.
Sebastiantanner94 2 months ago

I am awake now! When David said, "we'll start with 50," I had my doubts since that is where his first class ended(!). But I did it and I followed his instructions to 60 then 70, all the way to 100 and it was worth it. Not only do I feel amazing for conquering my doubts, but there is definitely something to this practice that just fills you with so much energy!

Pranayama is new ...
Ljweimer 2 months ago

Pranayama is new to me and not something I would seek out on my own. It’s surprising how much difference in how I feel after the class. Thanks

Pranayama is new ...
Ljweimer 2 months ago

Pranayama is new to me and not something I would seek out on my own. It’s surprising how much difference in how I feel after the class. Thanks

Cleansing and awaking. ...
DKincade 2 months ago

Cleansing and awaking. Rather powerful.

short and sweet. ...
saidababuchanda 2 months ago

short and sweet. Doing this enough in a day? or should we also do some other practice in addition to this challenge?

Re: short and sweet....
David Procyshyn 2 months ago

It's different for everyone and depends on what you are looking for. Because this is only a pranayama practice, if you feel like moving, stretching or pushing yourself physically after you're done, it doesn't hurt to do another type of yoga class.