Pranayama Wisdom : 100 Days Masterclass of Breathwork – English

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Pranayama Wisdom: 100-Day Masterclass of Breathwork – English” sets a benchmark for pranayama (breathwork) by integrating the teachings and benefits of pranayama with ancient scripture-based and authentic practices. This program provides comprehensive instruction in principles, practice, and physiology, encompassing pranayama, prana vidya, philosophy, daily practices, techniques for lifestyle diseases, and more. Gain profound insights into the ancient art of Pranayama and learn to harness the breath as a powerful tool for controlling all systems in your body.

This pranayama program is meticulously designed by a team of expert yoga gurus to cater to beginners and advanced practitioners alike. The learning process is structured for easy comprehension in a microlearning format. You will delve into comprehensive pranayama techniques, understanding the importance of practice through practical demonstrations.

Our research reveals that many individuals are practicing pranayama incorrectly, leading to suboptimal results and, in some cases, adverse effects. After extensive research, our program emphasizes authentic learning based on ancient scriptures, addressing modern lifestyle diseases and illustrating how pranayama can aid in their management. We utilize evidence-based practices and sequences tailored to maximize impact on diseases and overall well-being.

These pranayama practices contribute to longevity, immunity, digestion, and the central nervous system, fostering a profound mind-body connection. The program culminates in a certification that offers an exclusive pranayama system, equipping you with techniques, facilitating daily health practices, and imparting insightful knowledge on pranayama philosophy.

This exclusive pranayama wisdom program serves as a gateway to becoming a Pranayama teacher (complemented by our 200-Hour Pranayama Teacher Training).

The course offers 50 hours of YACEP credit for existing Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga teachers of 200/300/500/700 hours.

It aims to provide an authentic approach to learning breathwork, covering all aspects of Pranayama comprehensively.

In this Pranayama Program, you will explore:

  • The four aspects of Pranayama and the five Koshas (sheaths).
  • The influence of Chakras in life.
  • Secrets of Respiration and the Nervous System.
  • The five types of Prana and health benefits of Pranayama.
  • Ancient Pranayama/Breathing techniques as per Yogic texts.
  • Anatomy & Physiology of Pranayama.
  • Dos and don’ts of Pranayama (Breathwork).
  • Practical Pranayama classes combined with guided yoga & meditation sessions.
  • Basic Principles of Ashtanga Yoga.
  • 14 different types of Pranayama (Breathwork) techniques and their variations.
  • Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing),
  • Surya Bhedana Pranayama (Right Nostril Breathing),
  • Chandra Bhedana Pranayama (Left Nostril Breathing),
  • Ujjayi Pranayama (Ocean’s Breath),
  • Full Yogic Breath,
  • Bhramari Pranayama (Humming Bee Breath),
  • Sheetali Pranayama (Cooling Breath),
  • Sheetkari Pranayama (The Hissing Breath),
  • Breath of Fire (Bhastrika Pranayama),
  • Kapalbhati Pranayama (Skull Shining Breath),
  • Kaki Pranayama (Crow’s Beak Breath),
  • Kumbhaka Pranayama (Breath Retention Techniques),
  • Sama Vritti (Equal/Box Breathing),
  • Viloma Pranayama (Reverse Breathing).

By undertaking this course, you will learn to:

  • Clear your mind and sharpen your awareness.
  • Increase energy, health, and mental balance.
  • Energize or calm your body and mind.
  • Become aware of the deeper layers of the self.
  • Boost your immune system.
  • Experience a boost in energy levels.
  • Enjoy deep and restorative sleep.
  • Empower your brain for better focus.
  • Relieve stress, anxiety, and depression.
  • Heal the mind and body.
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What Will You Learn?

  • 14 Different types of Pranayama (Breathwork) Techniques and their Variations
  • Full Yogic Breath - Open up the energy systems
  • Ujjayi Pranayama (Ocean's Breath) - Create inner silence
  • Breath of fire (Bhastrika Pranayama) - Awaken the fire within
  • Kapalbhati Pranayama (Skull Shining Breath) - Cleanse your body and mind
  • Kaki Pranayama (Crow's Beak Breath) - Focus the Mind
  • Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing) - Bring balance to your life
  • Bhramari Pranayama (Humming Bee Breath) - Soak in bliss
  • Surya Bhedana Pranayama (Right Nostril Breathing) - Activate the solar energy
  • Chandra Bhedana Pranayama (Left Nostril Breathing) - Activate the lunar energy
  • Kumbhaka Pranayama (Breath Retention Techniques)
  • Sheetali Pranayama (Cooling Breath) - Cool down the body and mind
  • Sheetkari Pranayama (The Hissing Breath) - Experience the cooling effect
  • Sama Vritti (Equal/ Box Breathing) - Reduce the stress levels
  • Viloma Pranayama (Reverse Breathing) - Control the Natural Flow of Breath
  • Ashtanga Yoga & Pranayama
  • Practical Pranayama Classes combined with Guided Yoga & Meditation Sessions
  • Four aspects of Pranayama and the Five Koshas (sheaths)
  • Chakras and their influence on life
  • Secrets of Respiration and Nervous System
  • Five types of Prana and Pranayama's health benefits
  • Ancient Pranayama/ Breathing Techniques as per Yogic Texts

Course Content

Day-1-3 Ashtanga Yoga

  • Introduction of Ashtanga Yoga
    03:41
  • First Limb of Yoga – Yama
    03:21
  • Second Limbs of Yoga – Niyam
    05:18
  • Third Limbs of Yoga – Asana
    05:57
  • Fifth Libms of Yoga – Pratyahara
    03:07
  • Fourth Limbs of Yoga – Pranayama
    06:15
  • Sixth Limbs of Yoga – Dharna
    02:31
  • Seventh Limbs of Yoga – Dhyana ( the meditation)
    02:57
  • Eights Limbs of Yoga – Samadhi
    03:39

Day-4-12 physiology and psychology of Pranayama
Pranayama, the fourth limb of yoga, involves breath control and has profound effects on both physiology and psychology. Let's delve into how Pranayama impacts these aspects: Physiology: Respiratory System: Pranayama practices involve conscious control and manipulation of breath, leading to changes in respiratory patterns. Deep breathing techniques, characteristic of Pranayama, can enhance lung capacity, improve respiratory efficiency, and promote better oxygenation of the blood. Cardiovascular System: Pranayama practices, particularly those involving slow, deep breaths, have been shown to lower heart rate and blood pressure. This is attributed to the activation of the parasympathetic nervous system, inducing relaxation and reducing stress on the cardiovascular system. Nervous System: Pranayama affects the autonomic nervous system, specifically balancing the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches. Techniques such as alternate nostril breathing can induce a state of calmness by stimulating the parasympathetic response, counteracting the effects of stress and promoting relaxation. Endocrine System: Pranayama has been linked to modulation of hormone levels, particularly stress hormones like cortisol. Regular practice of Pranayama may help regulate the endocrine system, reducing stress-related hormonal imbalances. Psychology: Stress Reduction: Pranayama techniques promote relaxation and alleviate stress by activating the body's relaxation response. Slow, deep breathing patterns signal to the brain that the body is safe, leading to a reduction in stress hormones and inducing a sense of calmness and well-being. Emotional Regulation: Pranayama practices can enhance emotional regulation by increasing self-awareness and mindfulness. By bringing attention to the breath and cultivating present-moment awareness, individuals can develop greater control over their emotions and responses to external stimuli. Cognitive Function: Pranayama has been shown to improve cognitive function, including attention, concentration, and memory. By promoting relaxation and reducing stress, Pranayama practices create an optimal mental state for enhanced cognitive performance. Mood Enhancement: Regular practice of Pranayama is associated with improvements in mood and overall emotional well-being. The deep breathing techniques stimulate the release of endorphins, neurotransmitters responsible for feelings of happiness and relaxation, leading to a more positive outlook on life. In summary, Pranayama affects both physiology and psychology in profound ways. Through conscious control of breath, it influences various physiological systems, promoting relaxation, stress reduction, and overall well-being. Psychologically, Pranayama enhances emotional regulation, cognitive function, and mood, fostering a greater sense of balance and harmony in mind and body.

Day-13-14 Beyond the Physical Body

Day-15-17 Pran Vidya ( Knolwedge of Prana )
knowledge of pran vidya and why this is important to find pran

Day-18-21 Full Yogic Breathing ( 3 Parts and Practical )

Day-22-35 Nadi Shodhana Pranayama
(Alternate Nostril Breathing ) 30 lecture of Nadi shodhna and practical details of alternate nostril Breathing

Day-36-37 Bhramari Pranayama
Bhramari Pranayama ( Humming Bee Breathing ) & Practice

Day 38-39 Sheetali Pranayama
( cooling Breath ) & Practical Classes

Day 40-41 Sheetkari Pranayama
( hissing Breath) & Practical Classes

Day 42-45 Surya Bhedna Pranayama
Surya Bhedna Pranayama ( right Nostril Breathing ) and practical Session

Day 46-50 Chandra Bhedana Pranayama
Chandra Bhedana Pranayama ( left Nostril Breathing ) & Practical Classes

Day 51-52 Ujjayi Pranayama
( ocean's Breath / Victorious Breath ) and Practical Classes

Day 53-60 Kapalbhati Pranayama
( skull shining breathing technique ) and Practical Classes

Day 61-65 Kumbhaka Pranayama
(breath Retention ) and Practice Classes

Day 66-67 Bhastrika Pranayama
( Bellows Breath) & Practical Classes

Day 68-69 Samavritti Pranayaama
( equalising Breath / Square Breathing )

Day 70-72 Bandhas ( Body Locks )

Day 73 Kaki Pranayama
Kaki Pranayama ( Crow's Beak Breathing ) & practice

Day-74 Viloma Pranayama
( reverse/ Interrupted Breath ) & Practical

Day 75 Bahya Pranayama

Day-76 Plavini Pranayama

Day-77 Murcha Pranayama

Day-78-81 Asana Practice – Few Most Important Poses you Must learn

Day-82-101 Pranayama for Lifestyle

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