Nadi Shodhana Pranayama: Alternate Nostril Breathing | SRMD Yoga

Sep 16, 2018

Nadi Shodhana Pranayama: Alternate Nostril Breathing | SRMD Yoga

Nadis are subtle energy channels in the human body that can get blocked due to several reasons. The Nadi Shodhana Pranayama is a breathing technique that helps clear and purify these blocked energy channels, thus allowing the life-force (prana) to flow freely. Clearing mental clutter and calming the mind, this practice also lowers one’s heart rate and helps harmonise the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Add this practice to your daily morning or evening ritual to reap all of its benefits. #SRMDYoga #Yoga

Dr. Suprina Sheth is a spiritual seeker who has moved to India from New York, USA to stay in Pujya Gurudevshri’s divine refuge. She is an Experienced Registered Yoga teacher (ERYT) with Yoga Alliance. She completed her Yoga Teachers’ Training Program in classical ashtanga at Ashtanga Yoga Mysore and her Advanced Yoga Teachers’ Training course at World Peace Yoga School in Rishikesh. Suprina has been taking yoga sessions at Shrimad Rajchandra Ashram, Dharampur and leads numerous workshops in Dharampur and Mumbai.

SRMD Yoga is an initiative envisioned by Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai as a means to augment a seeker’s spiritual progress and wellbeing by facilitating physical and mental health. Through asana, pranayama, mudra and other yoga techniques, the programme promotes a holistic way of living by aligning one’s mind, body and soul.

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