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“Going deeper” into your pose has nothing to do with how it looks.
Practicing this form of breathwork made me aware of how much we’re all holding onto—and how important it is to release stuck emotions.
Need a way to clear your mind? Try Trinity Breath set to this track created by KYMÅ, a DJ, sonic wellness consultant, and meditation teacher. Plus, get a behind-the-scenes look at her production process.
Pranayama can be a simple way to find balance and beat the summer heat.
When we push too hard, we're prone to stress, anxiety, and exhaustion. But when we fail to apply ourselves, we may never realize our potential. In his new book, The Practice is the Path, yoga teacher Tias Little describes how to find middle ground. Plus, a pranayama practice to embody balance.
Try these easy pranayama practices to access mental clarity and release tension and stress.
This advanced pranayama can help you and a friend or family member share feedback in a constructive way. Who doesn't need help with that?
Try Sama Vritti Pranayama (Box Breathing) when you’re stressed, anxious, or upset.
This prep pose expands your lungs so each in breath increases blood flow.
New to pranayama? This is a good place to start connecting to your breath and subtle body.
Release tension with this restorative sequence from Rodney Yee for encouraging the flow of breath and prana.
Learn how master teacher Rodney Yee discovered the power of pranayama to quiet the mind and why it's a focus of every asana class he teaches.
Connect to higher consciousness and reach your full potential with this heart- and mind-opening asana and pranayama practice.
Once you know how to breathe mindfully, you can use the practice to help you through challenging times.
By integrating simple, two-minute embodiment tools several times daily, you’ll see profound changes in your health and wellbeing.
Master Baptiste Yoga teacher Leah Cullis explains how learning how to breathe helped her tap into her power on and off the mat.
In part two of this three-part series on The Science of Breathing, learn how to take advantage of the power of the breath on the mat in various types of poses and with five different pranayama techniques.
Turn to this pranayama practice in times of transformation to invoke Kali and free yourself from anything that's holding you back.
Different styles of yoga engage different breathing techniques. The one we use at my studio and in the Baptiste Yoga methodology is called Ujjayi breath.
Bo Forbes teaches how to release tension, increase prana, and promote physical and emotional digestion in the belly.
You'll feel calmer and more centered after these practices.
You’re probably used to belly breathing, which is an excellent introduction to breath awareness for beginner yogis. Yet diaphragmatic rib cage breathing is a skill you’ll need if you really want to advance your practice. Here’s how to do it.
Practicing pranayama is essential if you hope to experience samadhi, yoga's true purpose.
Some students struggle to grasp the source of Ujjayi breathing, while others tend to exaggerate it. What's the best way to teach Ujjayi breath?
When it comes to coping with stress overload, your breath is one of the best remedies there is—and it's free!
Sarah Powers offers advice on how to overcome a resistance to deep breathing.
Yoga gives us deeper breathing awareness–and brings greater concentration to the parts of the body that allow us to exhale and inhale fully.