TeacherRolandjan Van Mulligen StylePranayama
LevelAll levels Duration21 mins

Nadi Shodhana & Sitting

Nadi-Shodhana, also called Alternate Nostril Breathing,  is a simple and profound pranayama that will bring a peaceful and balanced state of mind and body. The breathing excersise will be followed by a few minutes of sitting quietly.

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TeacherSri Sudhir Tiwari StylePranayama
LevelAll levels Duration8 mins

Kapalabhati

Kapalabhati is a cleansing and uplifting breathing technique (pranayama). Sri Sudhir Tiwari explains the technique and benefits in this video and also shows how to do Kapalabhati.

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TeacherGovinda Kai StyleAshtanga Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration17 mins

SUN SALUTATION A&B - INTERMEDIATE

A guided intermediate practice of Surya Namaskara. This practice is the essence of the Ashtanga Yoga method. You will be guided to focus on the subtle aspects and quality of your intention during your practice.

TeacherKino MacGregor StyleAshtanga Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration92 mins

ASHTANGA YOGA HALF PRIMARY SERIES

A guided half-primary series of the Ashtanga Yoga Method. This is a physical and dynamic practice that will build strength, stamina, and flexibility.

TeacherGovinda Kai StyleAshtanga Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration42 mins

SHORT ASHTANGA PRACTICE

An asana practice that includes a sequence of dynamic yoga postures, taken from the Ashtanga Yoga Method. This is a compact and invigorating practice, suitable for all levels.

TeacherKatiza Satya StylePranayama
LevelAll levels Duration17 mins

Breath of Life

A short and subtle practice to awaken the the physical body and your vital energies. Combining various cleansing practices, this sequence increases your energy and vitality through purification and internal connectivity.

TeacherKatiza Satya StylePranayama
LevelAll levels Duration11 mins

Nine Purification Breath

A pranayama practice from the Tibetan Bon Buddhist tradition. It cleanses the three main energy pathways (nadis) in the body, and is a great practice to start your day or simply to connect to the present moment.