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Posts in category 4. Yoga Practice
As explained in the previous articles, prana leaks out through the openings of the body. During the practice of pranayama the mudras and bandhas are practised in order to close the openings and keep the prana in the body. One of the important bandhas that are practised is Mula Bandha. As a preparatory practice an […]
At the very heart of Hatha Yoga are the all-important practices of Mudras and Bandhas. These are important because the essence of Hatha Yoga and particularly Pranayama is to regulate, harmonise and channel the Prana so that it can be utilised for the higher purposes of Yoga. In asana and pranayama we purify the nadis […]
“On one hand, it’s not surprising that restorative yoga has gained in popularity over the last twenty years considering that aging baby boomers might well be looking for gentler, more therapeutic physical practices. What is interesting is how young people are increasingly attracted to this gentle practice. In fact, www.alignyo.com named restorative yoga one of […]