Learn Nadi Shodhanam (Alternate Nostril Breathing)

September 16, 2015    BY Sandra Anderson

Nadi shodhanam (the practice of alternate nostril breathing—literally translated as "channel purification”) balances the central nervous system’s active and passive functions. Join Sandy as she leads you through the basics of alternate nostril breathing and gives some refinement tips for experienced practitioners. 

Nadi shodhanam quiets pranic and mental fluctuations, making you calmer and clearer—both in meditation and in your daily activities. And (added bonus), a little nadi shodhanam can be even more rejuvenating than sleep!

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Sandra Anderson
For over 20 years Sandra Anderson has shared her extensive experience in yoga theory and practice with students from all over the world. A senior faculty member and resident at the Himalayan Institute, her teaching reflects access to the living oral tradition, and the embodied experience of 30 years of dedicated practice. With a background in the natural sciences and interest in classical Sanskrit, along with frequent pilgrimages to India, Sandy has a rare capacity to eloquently convey the... Read more>>


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