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Calendar

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Wed Oct 16, 5:45-7:15pm
Sitar and Meditative Yoga
Santosha Yoga, Providence RI.

Sat Oct 19, 10:15-12:15pm
This Next Breath 2
“How Breath can help Sinuses and Blood Circulation”
Santosha Yoga, Providence RI. 

Sat Oct 26, 2-4noon
This Next Breath 3
“How Breath can reduce Pain and Inflammation” 
RI Hot Yoga, Bristol RI

Sun Oct 27, 10-12noon
This Next Breath 2
“How Breath can help Sinuses and Blood Circulation” 
Marion Yoga Loft, Marion MA

Fri Nov 1, 5:45-7:15pm 
Sitar and Meditative Yoga  
Breathing Time Yoga, Pawtucket, RI

Sat Nov 2, 2-4pm
This Next Breath 1 
“How Breath can quell Anxiety and Fear” 

Synergy Yoga, Barrington RI. 

Sat Nov 9, 11-1pm
This Next Breath 1 
“How Breath can quell Anxiety and Fear” 

One Yoga Center, Foster RI.

Wed Nov 13, 5:45-7:15pm
Sitar and Meditative Yoga
Santosha YogaProvidence RI.

Sat Nov 16, 10:15-12:15pm 
This Next Breath 3 
“How Breath can reduce Pain and inflammation” 

Santosha Yoga, Providence RI. 

Fri Nov 29 - Dec 1
This Next Breath Weekend
Kripalu Center, Lenox MA.

Sat Dec 14, 10:15-12:15pm 
This Next Breath 4 
“How Breath can help increase Memory & Intelligence”

Santosha Yoga, Providence RI. 

Feb 8 - 9 
This Next Breath Workshops Series
Grateful Yoga, Evanston IL. 

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This Next Breath Wokshops

This Next Breath 1 ““How Breath can quell Anxiety and Fear”

This Next Breath 2 “How Breath can help Sinuses and Blood Circulation”

This Next Breath 3 “How Breath can reduce Pain”

This Next Breath 4 “How Breath can help increase Memory & Intelligence”

For absolute beginners, advanced yoga teachers and everyone in between

You will learn a delightful, modern breath practice, developed by Tom Gillette and based on the lineage of Swamee Kripalu. This 25 minute daily practice is the optimal way to start your day feeling clear, bright and awake!

Each session begins with an experiential immersion of deep listening to the body and breath. Your rib cage will naturally relax and become more open to receive breath. We move into the active phase of practice, in order to mobilize the breath, and gently increase lung volume over time. Through a series of soft, supported yoga postures and breath techniques, we will touchdown into still moments of insight, peace and ecstasy.

What follows is a 30 minute powerpoint presentation focusing on the scientific research behind breath practices. It helps to cognitively understand the physiological basis of why praanaayaama works.

We end each workshop with a series of “Breath Experiments,” testing out the theory and putting it into practice.

The workshop series is meant to be taken as one course, but you are welcome to come for a single workshop on a space available basis.

Significant Scientific Research on Breath will presented for each topic.