PRANAYAMA MASTER CLASS
with Alexandra Moga
date – saturday, may 23
time – 10:00 am – 12:00pm
location – online
capacity – 20 – 30
admission – $15
register for either date herehttp://bhakticenter.org/pranayama-master-class/
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Learn the art of yogic breathing! As the 4th limb of yoga, pranayama, or control of the life airs of the body (a.k.a. breath work) is a subtle science which delivers incredible and sustainable experiences of mental clarity, focus, and resilience, along with an elevated mood of joy and peace. Traditionally, breath work was practiced as a cleansing technique to prepare the mind and body for deep levels of sustained meditation and higher levels of consciousness. Today, science is tapping the power of breath to combat virus and disease, balance the nervous system, and heal depression and anxiety as more and more people are recognizing the profound medicine of pranayama.
– learn the various categories of pranayama
– develop a refined relationship with your breath and controlling it
– practice specific breath meditations for emotional harmony, mental clarity, cleansing energy channels, developing and listening to intuition, and more
– integrate specific breath work into a physical practice to release somatic blocks
– create a 5 minute individualized breath meditation practice for *your* every day life
– opt-in for an optional (but fun!) community challenge of 40-days of breath work, with Facebook group support and accountability
Alexandra Moga’s yoga journey began in her childhood, when during summer breaks in Romania she would meditate alongside her aunt who taught her practices in forgiveness, focused breathing, and energetic visualization. In her teens she took her first yoga asana class and was hooked–finding the practice perfectly suited her passion for movement and dedication to spirituality. After four years of university in Paris, she returned to New York where she immersed herself in the yogic path with over 1,000 hours of training and teaching various communities since 2010.
Alexandra’s classes are dynamic and uplifting, weaving together creative sequencing, intuitive alignment, mind-balancing breath-work, the science of Kundalini, and poetic prompts informed by the Bhakti path to invoke a deep inner connection to the divine. She co-designs and facilitates advanced yoga trainings in India and serves on the board of Supersoul Farm, a yoga school and permaculture farm initiative in upstate New York.
She bows to the many teachers who have guided her ever-closer to understanding yoga, the divine, and how to truly be of service.
Vist Website: http://bhakticenter.org/pranayama-master-class/