Proper Breathing Techniques
Focusing on proper breathing techniques, as done in every class at Yoga 7 in Worcester enables students to focus on the present moment entirely. Practising this regularly and incorporating such into your daily life enables a future to be created from the present moment, as well as the opportunity to fully live in the present moment any time you choose.
Most of us spend most of our time dwelling on the past or planning for the future, which gives little time for us to be actually present to the moment. When we focus on our future, unless we come from the place of the present moment, our future will be based on our past and therefore predictable and usually a repeat of what’s gone on before-creating more of the same. We create a life surrounded by parameters that we can control and therefore rarely get to experience the unknown.
Creating a future from the present means that anything is possible, life becomes unpredictable and although occasionally scary, it can take you to places you hadn’t imagined possible. Fulfilling your wildest dreams creating a future from nothing, no judgement or room for analysis brings spontaneity to your life.
We all have a running commentary going on inside our heads, judging, analysing and criticizing all too often. Our internal dialogue is rarely quiet. Whilst doing yogic breathing techniques at Yoga 7 it’s almost impossible to think about anything other than what you are doing, meaning, you are fully present to the moment. Pranayama or breathing techniques have enormous health benefits as well as helping you be present to the moment.
Pranayama helps balance both the left and right hemisphere’s in the brain. Proper breathing techniques also help cleanse and detox the body. The breathing techniques used in Yoga 7 in Worcester are traditional in the teachings of Yoga and will also help eliminate stress and tension assisting you in meditation, minfullness and help provide an overall feeling of calm and relaxation. Listen to a BBC Radio 4 interview with Hilary Clinton using Yogic breathing techniques to help overcome the shock of loosing the election.
Althougth frustrating at first, because they don’t come naturally to us, for example you will be required to breathe in and out of your nose through out the class at Yoga 7 Worcester. Once you get the hang of the traditional Yogic breathing you will begin to reap the rewards they have to offer. Give yourself the gift of the present and present yourself with the present. Get in touch if you are interested in attending the Yoga 7 Pranayama workshop in July