Ambika Yoga

Sivananda yoga classes in Brussels

Join the Pranayama workshop on 1 June 2014

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Deepen your yoga practice by connecting with your breath

The Sampoorna Asana Challenge workshops, on the first Sunday of each month, are long hatha yoga classes focusing on a specific theme. In the Asana Challenge classes you can grow in your practice by fine-tuning your poses by through precise instruction and correction and learning poses step-by-step.

On 1 June the theme is PRANAYAMA (proper breathing):

In the yogiAmbikaYoga_23c tradition, the breath is seen as the outward manifestation of prana, or vital energy. Gaining control of the breath by practicing breathing exercises – pranayama – increases the flow of prana through the body, which literally recharges body and mind. Your aim should be to pranayama for up to 30 minutes every day, preferably in the morning to kickstart your digestion and start your day refreshed.

In this Asana Challenge we take the time to practice the key breathing exercises (abdominal breathing, full yogic breath, Kapala Bhati, Anuloma Viloma) step-by-step in a correct way, learning how the breath can influence our mood, health and asana practice.

Tip: eat lightly and at least 2 hours before your practice

Who? This workshop is open for all levels, including beginners.

When? Sunday 1 June from 13:00-15:00

Price? 20€, or one “tick” in your Sampoorna Yoga pass plus 5€

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Author: Ambika Yoga

Ambika Yoga is about the 5 points of yoga: proper exercise, proper breathing, relaxation, proper diet, positive thinking & meditation. Want to feel energized with a healthy body & mind? Come and join the classes !

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