Online Pranayama Course – The power of yogic breathwork

Pranayama - yogic breathing, is the only way to find stillness in both body and mind and achieve a higher state of awareness. Book your pranayama yogic breathing techniques class if you want to learn yogic breathing.  


Created by Jolanda
Last Updated 10/04/2021
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Pranayama Breathing: Online Pranayama Course

Pranayama breathing is generally called “breath control/training” or “expansion of the prana’.

It consists of two words: Prana and Ayama. Prana means vital force, and it is the life force, the bio-energy that lies within anything alive in nature. Without Prana, there is no life. Ayama means expansion, extension, training, control.

This ancient yogic breathwork technique is not only a series of breathing exercises; it is more than that. It is the way to influence and expand the life force in the energy channels of our body (nadis), to achieve the highest quality of life.

Benefits of Pranayama Breathing

Several researchers have documented the benefits of a regular practice of pranayama breathing, which include the following:

What to expect from the Pranayama online breathwork course

Learn how to use yogic breathwork to relax the mind, increase focus and concentration, and live a happier life.

Pranayama breathing is an efficient method and backed by scientific researches. Constant practice of the yogic breathwork techniques will change completely your life. Here some of the benefits of the yogic breath:

  • You will be able to react to challenging life situations in a paced and calm manner
  • Your brain will be more active and your mind clearer, smarter and capable to learn new skills easier
  • You will relief stress and anxiety from your life
  • Your breathing pattern will improve and also your lung capacity increased
  • Your immune system will get an incredible boost
  • Your skin will look brighter and glowing
  • Pranayama is suitable for all levels.

Precautions for the practice of Pranayama yogic breathwork

First advice, don’t be in a rush! Take time to learn breathing techniques under the guidance of a yoga teacher who can guide you with Pranayama breathing techniques. Pranayama breathing is a progressive method and a slow but steady practice is essential.

  • In case of any cardiac problem, consult your doctor before starting.
  • If you are pregnant, don’t retain the breath after exhalation. Don’t practice Pranayama where abdominal contraction is expected.
  • Practice with an empty stomach (at least 3-4 hours after meals)
  • Practice yoga asana session before Pranayama.
  • Don’t breathe through the mouth – apart from one specific type of Pranayama – and most importantly, respect your limits. Be gentle with you and begin with a few weeks of Anulom Vilom to get used to breathing, and purifying the energy channels.

If Pranayama is practised every day all negativities, anxiety, stress, and the obscure are removed and we will be able to alleviate all the imbalances that are obstacles to our psycho-physical wellbeing.

You can read more about yogic breathing in my article: Yogic art of breathing: what is Pranayama and the magic of practicing it

Other resources: What is Pranayama?


What will I Learn?

  • Boost Intelligence & Focus
  • Improves Mental Clarity & Self-Confidence
  • Increased Happiness, Less Stress
  • Balanced metabolism.
  • Improved cardio and circulatory health.



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This course includes

  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on tablet and smartphone
  • Certificate of completion


  • A Mat or a Towel
  • Comfortable, Breathable Clothing
  • A Water Bottle
  • Don't Stress!

Who this course is for

  • Yoga Teachers & Practitioners
  • Stresses professionals
  • Busy students
  • Overwhelmed moms