Pranayama is such an essential part of yoga, I focused on its relationship to performing the asana and discovered that the asana actually follows the breath and not the other way around if done properly with full awareness. Prana Vashya follows the breath instead of following the movement and maintains the rhythm of the breath throughout the practice. Through breath control, Prana Vashya keeps the attention fixed on the asana, not allowing the mind to wander. Utilizing Kumbhakas (breath locks) in certain movements while performing asana and vinyasa has a very powerful and dynamic effect that develops intense stamina Physically, Physiologically and Psychologically.
This developed capacity can be drawn from the mat and taken into life.
Practice Prana Vashya Yoga for these benefits.
Pranavashya Yoga Shala in mysore is getting popular with its unique approach towards Back Bending and flexibility development which results in the enhancement of spine. We propagate our unique Vinyasa which is the foundation of our Sixty Asana Primary series.