Practical Pranayama – Part 2

Physiology and Practice of Breathing

With Chris Dunphy and Karen Andersen

Join Chris & Karen for a workshop that explores and explains ancient breathing practices in contemporary terms. Present day yoga practice is best known for the asana (posture) practice. The breathing practices, however, have been shown to have positive impacts in a variety of ways including but not limited to:

  • Stress related disorders
  • Improved cardiovascular health
  • Improves lung function
  • Improves mental concentration
  • Lowering blood pressure

In this workshop you will learn a set of breathing exercises to establish a foundation for regular self-guided practice.

If you missed Part One, you will be okay to attend as we will do a brief review.

Registration

Date: Wednesday November 27th, 2019

Time: 6:45pm - 7:45pm

Cost:

Use one visit from your membership / yoga pass* or
$20.00 + tax

* When you arrive for this event, sign-in using your active yoga pass (Punch Card, Shala Pass or Term Membership). Introductory passes, and promotional free passes are not eligible.
 

Karen Andersen

Karen Andersen is co-owner of Kushala Yoga, and co-director of their Teacher Training Program

Karen is a yogi, teacher, mother, wife, web developer, gardener and culinary aficionado. During her frenetic life as a 20-something-year-old with an Internet start-up, she turned to yoga to help balance her anxious and ruminating mind. It was a rocky start to the relationship, trying hot yoga, acrobatic yoga, gentle hatha, but nothing seemed to compliment her life at the time. She gave it a rest for a while, instead trying Buddhist... Read more

Chris Dunphy

Chris Dunphy is co-owner of Kushala Yoga, and co-director of their Teacher Training Program

Chris is a yogi, father, husband, student, hockey player, gardener and outdoor enthusiast. Chris spent his younger years either on the ice, the field or on the track. The high point of his athletic career was a gold medal at the Canadian junior championships in the decathlon, a gruelling 10 event discipline that spans over 2 days. After Chris retired from competitive athletics he started work in the finance industry. After 8 years... Read more

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