YogaX Breathing Practices

Grounding Breath

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Short yoga breathing practice with Lauren

Enjoy this guided breath work sitting in a comfortable seat or resting in a restorative yoga pose.  Use as many props as needed to invite ease and comfort into the body. 

 

This breathing practice introduces you to a basic yogic breathing technique that will leave you feeling grounded, yet refreshed. It explores how the breath moves into and out of the body, refreshing your energy and grounding your nervous system.  It connects you to the rhythm of your breath anywhere and anytime.

 

This breathing practice is 6 minutes long.  

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Breath of Joy

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Short yoga breathing practice with Chris

This breathing practice combines breath with movement to create a sense of joy.  The breathing pattern consists of three short bursts of inhalation followed by a forceful exhalation.  The practice cultivates a sense of vibrancy and well-being.  It help get us in touch with the sense of joy that is already resident within us. 

This breathing practice is 3 minutes long.  

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Connection Breath

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Short yoga breathing practice with Chris

This breathing practice combines breath with movement to create a sense of connection to yourself and your community. In this breathing practice, six sequenced movements repeat as many times as your time and circumstances allow. You can practice this breath in community in a synchronized fashion or by yourself to connect yourself to something greater. 

This breathing practice is 6 minutes long.  

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Four-Part Breath

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Short yoga breathing practice with Chris

Enjoy this guided breath work lying on your back or resting in a restorative yoga pose.  Use as many props as needed to invite ease and comfort into the body. 

 

This breathing practice explores four-part yogic breathing, drawing discerning attention to the inhalation, the top of the breath, the exhalation, and the bottom of the breath.  Awareness of the gaps in the breath at the top and bottom increases our capacity to delay the time between stimulus and response.

 

This breathing practice is 12 minutes long.  

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More Breath Work to Come

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Short yoga breathing practices are headed your way soon

Yogic breathing is a unique way of calming the nervous system.  Learn how with YogaX

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