Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 (Director of Yoga Teacher Training at Aura Wellness Center) guides you through Dirga Pranayama, with demonstrations by guest Yong Yang.
When the first Yogi practiced pranayama (Yoga breathing) to silence the mind, the results must have seemed magical. At times, calming...
Many graduates of Yoga teacher training programs have heard about the development of awareness and the advancement of practitioners, but how do you do it? Luckily, Yogic methodology gives us a path toward human development.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 speaks to you in this short lecture about an interactive approach to breath awareness.
In Yoga, the process of inhaling Pranashakti (Energy associated with Prana) and exhaling it out is called Pranayama. This Pranashakti can be achieved through the control of respiration. There are certain functions of the human body, which are both voluntary and involuntary.
Sitting Yoga postures are valuable exercises in themselves - limbering the legs, hips, and pelvis, strengthening the back and improving posture. They provide a solid sitting position for practicing breath (Pranayama) control and meditation.
Learn how to easily practice bastrika pranayama. Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Director of Yoga Teacher Training at Aura Wellness Center, explains and demonstrates a simple and interactive method for practicing bhastrika pranayama.
Yoga teachers often help their students with stress management techniques. Can you imagine a Yoga teacher intern stressed out over his or...