Pranayama / Meditation in Pune

Prana means energy, breath, or life force. Learning to direct and control prana in the body has long been considered a crucial aspect of yoga.1 As an essential bodily function, breathing is an involuntary act. Although we cannot control whether or not we breathe, we can, to some extent, control the way that we breathe. Exercises in breath control, such as breath retention and deliberate methods inhalation and exhalation for specific mental and physical benefits are at the core of pranayama practice.

    Let's look at seven of these benefits in more detail.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Decreases stress. In a 2013 study , pranayama reduced perceived stress levels in healthy young adults.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Improves sleep quality.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Reduces high blood pressure.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Improves lung function.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Enhances cognitive performance.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Reduces cigarette cravings.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Helps to achieve proper breathing .
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Helps calm and stimulate the mind.
  • Snehal's Yoga Classes Improves metabolic activities.

Pranayama series contains breath practices which have the potential to effect the gross body - physical body and also the subtle body - the senses, mind and emotions.

Snehal's Pranayama Classes
Snehal's Pranayama Classes
Snehal's Pranayama Classes
Snehal's Pranayama Classes