Pranayama - the art of directing and channelling the breath
Pranayama is a very subtle and specific way of working in our yoga practice. It requires that we are sensitive, observant and patient. We may not yet have these qualities, and we may not yet fully understand the breathing exercises practised in Pranayama, but Pranayama is a great teacher.
We grow when we learn. During lockdown our living rooms can be transformed into areas of great learning and growth. We don't even have to leave home to learn new things! Things move and grow when we direct our focus and attention on them. The Yoga Room is committed to providing opportunities for learning. But learning also requires focus and action. Action to step onto the mat and actually DO the practice. It doesn't have to be perfect, it doesn't even have to be pleasant. The effects of practising Pranayama will be there anyway. If you wish to join Fiona's workshop, the link is below - click on the pranayama class in the schedule. I encourage you to take that action and seep yourself in what Pranayama has to offer.