Welcome to learn more about functional breathing in a yoga setting (and get ready to crush some breathing myths along the way).
🔐 Is there something called yogic breathing?
🔐 Why can breathing in a certain way during yoga class create more problems than benefits?
🔐 How does the breath relate to movement in yoga, and for what purpose?
🔐 What do the yogic texts say about the breath and what did it mean for yogis?
🔐 How can the modern human benefit from yoga’s breathing practices (and what needs to be taken into consideration)?
The workshop is based on the science of breath, yogic wisdom and modern psychology. We dive into the biochemistry, biomechanics and psychophysiology of the breath and explore it in the context of yoga practice.
Suitable for yoga practitioners and teachers.
🔐 Lecture with experiential practices
🔐 Yoga & pranayama practice
🔐 Final relaxation
Sanni Parkkinen is an experienced yoga teacher (E-RYT 500) and breathwork coach coming from Finland. She’s coaching people to live happier & healthier with emphasis on physiology first – meaning that nervous system health is the key to solve many of the issues we tend to call mental. Sanni has lived and worked in various yoga ashrams and centers in India, USA and Canada. For the past three years she has immersed herself in traditional non-dual Shaiva-Shakta tantra with teachers such as Miska Käppi (close student of Acarya Bhagavan Shri Shanmukha Anantha Natha) and tantra scholar Christopher Hareesh Wallis. Her main breathwork teacher is Kasper van der Meulen.
WHERE: Yogaens Hus, Mellomila 91a, Trondheim
WHEN: Friday 30.4.2021 kl 17.00-20.00
COST: 550 kr
REGISTRATION: Through Mindgrit’s website: https://www.mindgrit.no/product/yoga-and-breath/
The registration is binding. You will secure your place in the course by making the payment.
The workshop will be taught in English.
Minimum number of participants is five (5), maximum ten (10).
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Fri, April 30, 2021 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Workshop: Yoga and the Breath
- April 30, 2021
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