Currently of Lori’s classes are online live using Zoom.
Ongoing Pranayama's Series
Pranayama is the art and science of breath. With experience in Asana the natural progression is to explore the subtleties and rhythms of the breath through techniques to both in elongate inhalations, exhalations, and eventually retain the breath.
Pranayama keep the body and mind healthy, producing energy and distributing that vital energy through the body. It increases lung capacity and fresh blood through the body, enhances your respiratory system, strengthens the circulatory system and nervous systems, and aids in digestion and elimination.
The practice of Pranayama will help you navigate through the complexities of life. And now more than ever, we need to learn how breathe can support our body, mind, and spirit. When the breath is regulated, you can find grace in your consciousness.
Check this recent article from NIH, Health Impacts of Yoga and Pranayama
Suggested Props (and you can be creative with household items):
- blankets (yoga blankets) or sofa pillows
- head support (blanket, pillow, towel)
- an eye cover (for example, eye pillow or wash cloth)
The first two series will teach you one complete breath.
For payment, please see the donation section below.
Dates : Sunday, January 2, February 6, March 6
8.45 – 9.45 am PT / 11.45 am – 12.45 pm ET
The same zoom link will be used for each series. Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.
Weekly: link to add to calendar
Join Zoom Meeting, Pranayama Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 974 4189 6555
This series will be on a donation basis. As part of the practice of yoga, séva, service onto others, is an essential devotional practice, along with action and study. So, please, if you are not working, then by all means just join class. This practice is too important.
Class donations can be given through Venmo at @yogilori. For PayPal (friends and family) or Zelle is through the gmail email@example.com.
I mean this sincerely. I want to support community, and let’s all support each other in the ways our strengths allow.