Yoga philosophy claims: "We are allotted a certain number of breaths per lifetime".
How we choose to illustrate that then becomes our practice of longevity.
Here in the west, we have discovered that stress is related to diseases and that long deep breathing reduces stress and instantly reduces blood pressure.
Either you've been in a Yoga class with the teacher continuously telling you to breathe OR have you suffered from:
Short breath walking or exercising
Outbursts of anger, anxiety, sleepless nights and frustration,
and so the list goes on...
Here's your chance to understand what better breathing has to do with changing any of the above and how it can help your Yoga practice if you have one.
Learn the basics of how to breathe and how to breathe well.
Breathing efficiently increases oxygen availability to the brain, which in turn facilitates clearer thinking and simply makes you feel better. It means you breathe slower and more effectively with less effort.
It also goes a long way to improving you health on many different levels including:
Strengthens your respiratory and immune systems.
Reduces stress and high blood pressure
Energises greater alertness to your body and brain.
Promotes healing on emotional, physical and psychological levels
Reels you into the present precious moment
Supports clear, truthful thinking and actions
Aides you during transitional times
Trains the brain how to leg go over and over during each mindful exhale.
Assist in coping with the emotional output from our day to day experiences.
Improves insomnia and sleep quality.
This workshop is brilliant for:
Gaining practical tools on how to calm and soothe an anxious mind and body
Anyone who wishes to add to and get more out of their Yoga practice
looking to improve their day to day stress whether at home or in the workplace.
Assisting your meditation practice.
Relaxing the body ... and that's just the start!
Join Breath and Meditation expert, Darshna Siva for this wonderful workshop.
$55 per person. Online registrations essential; walk-ins cannot be guaranteed.