The Rhythmic Breath (Savitri Breathing)

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
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Savitri Pranayama is a breathing technique that teaches you to breathe deep and slow. Each successive recording helps you to extend the in and out breath and hold for a longer durations. To learn more about Savitri Pranayama, check out the video in the Breathing section.

Meditation Type: Breathing Exercises

Comments

maitelasa 1 year ago

Hello,

First of all, thank you very much for this great great website. I have just started to use it, and it almost feels as is I'm in a "presential" class! I love how well the teachers explain the practices.

I have question: I'm following DYWM's beginner to intermediate 8 week program, which has these breath exercises as well as meditation. A question I have is whether the program suggests to do all three (yoga exercise, meditation and breathing exercise) 5 days per week, or whether the meditation and breathing is once a week. I guess that the more, the better, but since 2.5h of daily practice seems a substantial amount of time I wanted to know what your recommendation is.

Thank you!

Maite

David Procyshyn 1 year ago

Hello, Maite.
Thanks for the feedback and the question. The weekly breathing exercise and meditation are meant to be flexible and to be done when you can. Yes, it would be a lot of yoga to do them both every day, along with the 5 weekly classes! So, at a minimum, listen to one breathing exercise and one meditation within a week.

AkAnita 1 year ago

WE elderly on a fixed income really benefit by your meditations, they are wonderful for helping me relax when my arthritis and Fibermyalgia try to take me over completely, i find solance in your teachings, thank you from the bottom of my heart! God Bless you!

[email protected] 2 years ago

I like that it is 20 minutes! In my experience good to do in the afternoon between activities :)

cvanburk 4 years ago

Great exercise before or after yoga to enhance the benefits of your practice.