A Practice to Calm and Nurture

In this mindful linking of breath and movement, you’ll flow through basic sequences as you employ a longer exhale than inhale, and at times, breath suspension (holding after the exhale). By doing this, you can quiet your mind and feel stabilized throughout your body. Class concludes with a seated pranayama practice, where you’ll use the same breathing technique you did during the asana practice.

Take this opportunity to “shape your breath and bring your mind to equipoise.”

About the Teacher

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Rod Stryker
Rod Stryker is the founder of ParaYoga® and the author of The Four Desires: Creating a Life of Purpose,... Read more