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Fri 15 Apr 2022

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Theory/Practice Introduction to Pranayama

In this session, Amrutha will explain the importance of Pranayama and why it is interconnected to our asana practice. She will start the session with natural breath awareness meditation, followed with a few other yogic pranayama techniques. Pranayama strengthens the connection between our body and mind, and promotes relaxation and mindfulness. It is an essential part of yoga and this session will help you understand why.


Amruthavarshini M S

Yoga Practitioner/ Yoga Instructor.

Amrutha has always been a seeker. After the completion of her graduation, she had an opportunity to work and explore her true self, which made her question her actual purpose and meaning to live. That is when her journey towards yoga started and with the help of yoga she found a path to feel the depths of her existence in this natural world. Under the guidance of skillful teachers, she began to study and practice the basics of yoga asanas, pranayama, various types of meditations, yoga philosophy and began to understand the combination of science and spirituality. Over the years she started noticing some major improvements and started to grow in all aspects of life. In 2019, she decided to share this experience and began to teach after becoming certified to teach through Nirvana Yoga Shala Mysore. Later through International yoga alliance Indea Yoga Mysore, she successfully completed the RYT 500 hour course. She studied Yoga Therapy under the guidance of Yoga Teacher Bharath Shetty, a direct student of B.K.S Iyengar. I also had an opportunity to learn the true teachings of Vipassana silent meditation from Guruji Bhagheerathan in Arunachalam, India. Currently, she is a student of Vedanta from CIF and Bhagavad Gita chanting.


Sophia Ann French

Host, Journalist

Sophia has been a journalist for over 15 years, and she has been practising hatha yoga for 20 years. She completed a yoga and Vedanta course at the Sivananda Yoga and Vedanta Ashram in Netala, and she's been practising hatha yoga in the Iyengar and Krishnamacharya systems. She is currently studying Indian philosophy and is a regular journalist