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Pranayama Workshop

Program Details

Pranayama workshop is designed to enhance awareness of breath and decode the mystery behind the connections of Body-Breath-Mind. Another interesting aspect of this workshop is that it is also included in Yoga Retreat Programs.

Who can join this course?

  1. Regular yoga practitioners seeking deeper insights into Pranayama.

  2. Individuals looking to incorporate Pranayama into their lifestyle to alleviate basic physical ailments such as frequent coughs, colds, low immunity, migraines, sinus issues, or respiratory diseases.

  3. Proficient yoga teachers aiming to elevate their Pranayama practice.

  4. Working professionals experiencing compromised breath quality due to a sedentary lifestyle.


The minimum duration of the workshop is one week, either online or onsite at studios. The workshop span may vary if conducted at a retreat location.


Please contact us to know the fee structure.


The workshop is open to all individuals interested in deepening their understanding and practice of Pranayama. In case of any severe physical ailment, doctor’s consent is required to join the workshop.

What will you get in this workshop?

  1. In-depth insights into Pranayama and its techniques.

  2. Guidance on incorporating Pranayama techniques into daily life.

  3. Techniques for integrating correct breath into Yogasana practice.

  4. Customized Pranayama sequences tailored to individual needs for daily practice.

  5. A participation certificate upon completion of the workshop.

The acquired studies during the workshop:

The primary goal of the workshop is to understand the power of breath through the process of Examination – Experiment – Experience.


Breath is a vital aspect of human existence. When misunderstood, it can have negative impacts on the body and mind. Our objective is to promote breath awareness and advocate for the correct methods of pranayama techniques derived from ancient yogic practices. Pranayama has the ability to prevent physical and mental ailments and can even treat and reduce diseases when practiced under the guidance of medical science. Pranayama practices have a profound impact on the body, mind, and psyche, preparing one for Dhyana, or meditation.


Classical yoga promotes various pranayama techniques such as Kapalbhati, Bhastrika, Nadi Shodhan, Anulom Vilom, Bhramari, Ujjayi, Sheetali, and Seetakari Pranayama. When these pranayama techniques are combined with Bandhas (Internal Locks), Mudras (Gestures), and appropriate ratios like 1:1 or 1:2, they have miraculous effects on our system.


In this workshop, participants will receive a customized pranayama sequence tailored to address their individual body and mind limitations.