PRANAYAMA TO CENTER THE MIND
The Art of Letting Go
Pranayama to Center the Mind
Things in life don't always go smoothly.
It's possible to have a stormy day.
There will be times when we have to act swiftly. At times, the mind can become depressed. When exposed to toxic emotions and situations, it can become extremely agitated.
In fact, we may be preoccupied with our activism to the point where we don't realize how quickly our minds are working.
Keeping cool and collected under intense scrutiny is difficult.
When life's pressures begin to feel too much to bear, turning off all external stimuli can be an effective way to regain composure.
Rest is good, but formal Yogic practice is even better.
In this video, with this simple Yogic Breathwork can bring you the calmness & focus you need.
MEET YOUR TEACHER
“By Grace, I discovered Hatha Yoga when I was just 16 years old, and it was love at first sight. By the time I was 18, I had discovered meditation & pranayama, and the love was growing deeper & more profound. Later, I moved to India, and spent twelve years of my life teaching meditation, kirtan & pranayama in the sacred land which gave birth to Yoga. For this privilege, there are no words that can describe my gratitude."
Devdas is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500), who is trained to teach meditation, pranayama & Hatha Yoga. Before joining the Akasha Yoga Academy team, he taught Yoga for twelve years in several major cities of India. He helped set up & run several Yoga & meditation centers, and has been sharing the joy of selfless service Seva & Kirtan chanting all around the globe… in America, Italy, Portugal, India, Bali, Thailand, Mexico, and beyond!
“The way Devdas holds space and lectures is amazing. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to learn from him.”
– Rebecca from the US
“Devdas reminded me to be kind to myself. It was such a beautiful experience just to be in his company.”
– Camille from the UK
CURIOUS FOR MORE?
If you enjoyed today's practice, we encourage you to take a deep dive and transform you life. Join our Doorways Into Stillness Course. This heart-opening course offers a variety of different Yoga methods to dive deep into the stillness of your inner nature. The program explores Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, meditation, chanting, and Yin Yoga as Doorways into Stillness. This workshop is meant to explore, and potentially find the way that resonates most with you.