Pranayama is an ancient yogic breathing practice that has been used for centuries to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Teaching pranayama requires a deep understanding of the breath and the body's energy system. A pranayama teacher must have a strong foundation in yoga philosophy and anatomy. It's important to create a safe and supportive environment for students to explore their breath and discover their own inner wisdom. A skilled teacher can guide students through various pranayama techniques, including breath retention, alternate nostril breathing, and the 3-part breath.
They can also help students understand the benefits of pranayama, such as reducing stress, increasing focus, and improving overall health. A pranayama teacher must have a deep commitment to their own practice and be willing to continue learning and growing in their own practice and teaching.
S V Venkateshaiah has experience in the teaching of Ashtanga Yoga for more than twenty-two years and has both practically and theoretically very good knowledge about Ashtanga Yoga. So it gives us a great feeling and comfort to study Ashtanga Yoga, under the guidance of Sri Venkateshaiah. He teaches Asanas in three stages i.e., Primary, Intermediate, and Advanced Series (A&B). He also teaches Pranayama. Hatha Yoga Kriya and the rapeutic aspects of Asanas.
Minimum 2 weeks
11.30 am to 12.30 pm
Weekly 5 classes
Monday to Friday