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Pranayama: Yogic Breathing in French

starts Sunday 29 march 2020 at 10:00

In this one-hour program of yogic breathing techniques, we will practice mindful and dynamic breathing that requires full presence and concentration. The practices will purify the energy channels of the body called “nadis” and have a direct influence on the physical, emotional and mental state.

"Prana" means life force, and "ayama" means extending, controlling and directing. As the breath and mind are intimately connected, one can render an agitated mind serene and joyful by focusing on long, deep and steady breathing with and without breath retention and by applying energy seals called mudras and energy locks called bandhas. The regular practise of Pranayama gives strength, good health, vigour and vitality. It improves concentration and helps the mind to focus deeply on the essence and joy of one's deepest nature.

Get in-depth information about the why and how of respiratory control techniques (Pranayama).

Set-up for Streaming

After registration, you will receive an email with the preparatory steps necessary to stream the class and the Meeting ID number.

Family members in the same house can participate under one registration.

Style: Yogic Breathing - Pranayama

Mindful breathing requires full presence and concentration. The traditional breathing practices purify the energy channels of the body called “nadis” and have a direct influence on our physical, emotional and mental state. "Prana" means life force, and "ayama" means extending, controlling and directing. As the breath and mind are intimately connected, one can render an agitated mind serene and joyful by focusing on long, deep and steady breathing with and without breath retention and by applying energy seals called mudras and energy locks called bandhas. The regular practise of Pranayama gives strength, good health, vigour and vitality. It improves concentration and helps the mind to focus deeply on the essence and joy of one's deepest nature. Go to the Yogic Breathing - Pranayama page.

Teacher: Denise Pesch

Denise Pesch Practicing yoga since 1967 and teaching since 1984, Denise has experienced the feeling of easiness, lightness, joy and health in life and wishes to impart this wonderful experience to all her students in the varied styles of yoga that she teaches - Ashtanga, Sivananda, Vinyasa Krama, Pregnancy yoga, Yoga for the back and Hormone yoga. Go to Denise's page.

Location: At Home

Download the zoom app at zoom.us and follow our instructions to set yourself to stream our classes at home Go to the At Home page.