This a recorded course which introduces a unique approach to breath work, drawing from both the Buddhist perspective exposed in the anapanasati suta and from classical yoga. It includes recorded meditation and pranayama (yogic breathing) practices as well as written instructions. You can start the course when you want and progress at your own pace.
This course is suitable for complete beginners, as well as for more seasoned practionnners of yoga or meditation wanting to broaden their practice.
On this course you will:
+ become intimate with your breath, learning to recognise its patterns and observing how it affects both body and mind
+ develop better concentration
+ use this deeper concentration to further your understanding of the breath and to foster inner peace, tranquillity and balance
+ develop a regular pranayama practice that will help you to correct unhelpful breathing patterns and to breathe more freely.
To complete this course, you will need to set aside 30 minutes a week for the weekly instructions, and 15 to 30 minutes at least four times a week for breath work practice (daily practice is recommended).
Like most of our online courses it is taught on donation.
You will need to register on the site to access this course. If you haven’t done so already, you can register here.
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