The word Pranayama is consisted of two words. ‘Prana’ refers to the vital energy or breath that is responsible for life and ‘ayama’ means extension. Thus, Pranayama, in simple terms, is the practice of breath regulation which cause regulation of vital energy “prana” which on a physical level brings lightness to the body and remove diseases, while on psychic level it brings mental clarity, calms the mind and induces a meditative state. That is why in ancient scripts pranayama considered as a first step of stairs towards meditation?
Many yoga practitioners tend to give more attention to the physical body exercises - aka the asanas - and ignore other important aspects of the yoga practice such as pranayama and meditation?. However, breath is considered as a bridge between Physical and Psychic body, so in practice of Yoga it helps to operate efficiently with body and move attention to a subtle level work too. This special Pranayama Therapy Course in Rishikesh was designed by our experienced certified yoga teacher Ksenia Ji and aimed to take your practice on a different level by gradual study of breath nature and its power as well as how to develop and use it for your yogic practices daily and in a therapeutic way.
In order to provide the best Teacher Training course in Rishikesh, we have decided to include the cost of food and accommodation in the total cost. That result in calm, supportive and comfortable environment in which the student can be clear minded and concentrate in learning asanas.
To get enrolled one should pay 20% of the fee. The rest of the fee can be paid on arrival.Pay Now
The 20% fee is required in advance to book accommodation for a student which is non-refundable. However if you can not come for the course after booking, you can use it for any course withing a year.
Prashant Jakhmola was born in brahmin family in Rishikesh (place of yogis). He started his yoga journey at early age in Sivananda yoga school.
Growing up in the yogic place Rishikesh helped him to digest this yogic knowledge. After practicing in Sivananda yoga tradition Prashant ji studied Iyengar yoga with one of the BKS Iyengar (Guru ji) disciple in Rishikesh. With this inspiring knowledge he was pulled towards yoga and went to Bihar School of Yoga (the first yoga university in India), where he did a yoga teacher training and yoga therapy course. After staying in the ashram he came back to Rishikesh to finish his academic study by graduation in biology and master degree in yoga science. “By combination of biology, yoga and my self-practice of asana I got understanding of alignment in asana which I share with my students.” Prashant ji is teaching traditional Hatha Yoga, its philosophy and holistic approach, which covers not only asana, but also breathing techniques and meditation part. He has also traveled with his special traditional yoga programs and 200hr, 300hr, 500hr Yoga Teacher Training courses to different countries such as Nepal, Russia, Indonesia and many places of India.
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