Pranayama is the  Science of Breath Control and Extension

Discover the practice of Pranayama and its benefits.

The simple act of breathing activates Prana.

Prana is the sum total of the vital energy in the Universe, in all its manifestations. It is the moving element underpinning our breathing, digestion, assimilation, elimination, and expression. It is everywhere and not just confined to our breathing. The ancient practice of Pranayama is the science of breath control and extension.

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The practice of Pranayama

“All aspects of health and disease are influenced by our breath”

The origins

The Doctrine of Pranayama is one aspect of the eight-limbed (Asht-Anga) Path of Yoga with origins dating back to 6th century BC. The practices are described in the texts of the “Yoga Sutras of Patanjali” and “Hatha Yoga Pradipika”.

What is the practice about?

As a practice Pranayama is about learning to focus consciously on your breath. The practice favors nostril over mouth breathing that results in the gradual slowing of the exhaled breath.

Health & benefits

Slowing your breathing rate can have profound health benefits on human physiology as well as the mind.

Harness the power of your breath

Discover how our Pranayama course can help you:
• Improve health & immune function
•  Increase focus & concentration
•  Refine & restore your sleep quality
•  Reduce anxiety & depression
•  Quicker recovery from illness
•  Enrich your life & well being
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A consistent practice can have profound benefits on your health and well being

Lower blood pressure and heart rate
Achieve a state of relaxed alertness
 Adjunct in the treatment of breathing disorders such as asthma.
Accelerate recovery from Covid-19
Alleviate mood disorders like anxiety and depression
Improve sleep quality

What can you obtain from the practice of Pranayama?

Pranayama can be used an adjunct to your medical treatment.
A regular practice will help you build up:
Breathing control
Pranayama emphasizes nostril over the mouth breathing as well as uniformity of airflow.
There is a balance that begins to develop between body, breath and mind resulting in a state of ‘relaxed alertness’.
Improved breathing
These techniques result in improved lung function and will help you modulate your autonomic nervous system.
Faster healing
This is valuable in patients with chronic cardiovascular and respiratory conditions including hypertension and asthma.
Dr Amit Anand practicing Pranayama

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