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Mindful Yoga & Breathwork


If you're seeking a transformative journey that goes beyond the ordinary, you've come to the right place.

Why work with me?

With me as your guide, your Mindful Yoga and Breathwork practice becomes a transformative journey of self-discovery and empowerment. Your yoga practice with me goes beyond the mat; it's a pathway to unlock your inner strengths and harness them for personal growth and fulfillment in every aspect of your life. I combine various forms of healing practices to create a comprehensive approach that addresses your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Together, we will focus on increasing your overall well-being. Through carefully curated exercises and techniques, you'll learn to align your mind, body, and soul in perfect harmony. This alignment will not only enhance your physical vitality but also amplify your mental clarity and spiritual connection.

What is Mindful Yoga and why to practice it?

The word yoga  literally means Union; Union between the body, mind and the consciousness. With the practice of Mindful Yoga, One creates coherence within these three elements to live his or her life with more awareness, joy and in abundance. Just as we clean our clothes before we wear them or wash our dishes to reuse them for our next meal, the daily practice of Yoga cleans the body and mind and prepares it to learn and grow with new experiences each day. Regular practice helps to utilize the energy that exists within the body and mind so we are prepared to handle any situation. 

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What is Pranayama(breathwork) and why is the practice of such significance?

The word pranayama means Prana i.e. life force and yama means control.

Hence, pranayama means to control the breath. Normally breathing in everyone is automatic; that means you don't have to think about breathing all the time. Instead, your nervous system regulates your breath so that you can focus on other things. Evidently, by focusing on your breath you gain control over your mind, thoughts, emotion, and your whole body.

Pairing the correct breath helps you get the most out of your life. For example, rapid breathing, increases your heart rate and gives you energy, perfect for when you want to be more awake and alert. A slow calm breath decreases your heart rate, and makes you more relaxed in this manner. There are a number of different types of breath that can help you to experience different dimensions within your own possibility.

Conscious or controlled breathing shifts our brain activity from the medulla to cerebral cortex. This is a stage of pure awareness and where our mind is quiet and calm.


With pranayama we learn to focus on Carbon Dioxide (CO2). People often think of CO2 as a toxin; however this is an unfounded myth. Carbon dioxide is an essential part of our breath. It is with the help of CO2 that we slow down our system. This activity helps to stimulate rest and digestion i.e. it is a parasympathetic response.

CO2 is also  vasodilating, which means it opens up our veins. It opens up your breathing passageways, and hence, allows us to take in more oxygen. The exercise of breath control (Pranayama) helps improve the parasympathetic nervous system response or automatic fight or flight system, which in turn affects our nervous system and endocrine system helping it to detoxify.

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Benefits of Mindful Yoga & Breathwork (Pranayama)

Our mind is the basis of everything we experience in life and of every contribution we can make to the life of others. So, it is very important to train it and Mindful Yoga & Breathwork helps with the following:

- Release Stress and Anxiety

- Increase your immunity

- Improved quality of sleep

- Weight gain or weight loss

- Hypertension

- Improved lives, relationships and more

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