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Pranayama

The science of breath

The fundamental principal of pranayama otherwise know as yoga breathing are to develop a breath that is consistently soft, smooth, even and deep.

Pranyayama or breath control works on our central nervous system. An uneven, or erratic breath will lead to diminished health whereas a soft, smooth, even breath can strengthen the nervous system and even cure diseases of the body, mind and soul.

Breath is life and life is breath as the first thing we do on entering life is to begin breathing and when our life is over, we let out our final breath.

We breathe for two primary reasons;

The exchange of gaseous energy – absorbing oxygen from the atmosphere and exhaling carbon

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Yoga and Health

Yoga Asana Series

The technology of being human

The word Yoga means ‘the perfected state of universal oneness or spiritual completion’ but it’s also used to describe the activities, the exercises leading to that state.

Beginning with the physical, the first aspect of yoga is asana comprising all the physical exercises. These exercises condition the body creating freedom of movement, improved muscle tone and overall balance within one’s physical structure.

Yoga asana are designed to exercise every muscle in the body so that the muscles are contracted, twisted, squeezed and relaxed to push out toxins and then the muscles are relaxed. By twisting the torso, the internal organs are also gently affected so that the circulation of energy and

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