The Power of Pranayama
Pranayama, the first breathing exercise, just as important as any posture in a Bikram Yoga class.
Many beginners mistakenly assume that it’s not on par, and that they can approach it with less focus and energy than when performing, say, the half-moon pose. Its primary purpose is to help transfer as much oxygen to your muscles and organs as possible, to expand your lungs, and to help put your mind at ease as well as increase your focus for the rest of class. It will also help get your heart pumping your blood… read moreShare