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Pranayama, Mudras and Bandhas

A three-session course with Achyutananda spread over the following dates:
Saturday 18th May – 9am – 1pm
Saturday 1sh June – 9am – 1pm
Saturday 15th June – 9am – 1pm

About the course

This course will explore Pranayama, Mudra and Bandha as tools to raise our pranic levels. Prana means ‘life force, life energy’, ayama means ‘to extend or expand’; Mudra means ‘gesture or attitude’; Bandha means ‘to lock or to hold’. All three combined, provide powerful tools to energise and vitalise our whole being.
The human body is essentially a mass of energy. The subtle energy body is a part of us which can’t be seen with naked eye, but operates within us and can be felt. Prana is the yogic term for this vital energy that flows through the energetic body.
The level of prana we have determines the state of our body, mind and soul. If the Pranic level is high and its flow is continuous, smooth and steady, the mind remains calm, positive and enthusiastic.

About the teacher

Achyutananda was born in the UK and has dedicated over 30 years of his life to teaching yoga, the last 10 in Bulgaria. Being an official Emissary of the Bihar School of Yoga, he has taught throughout Europe, as well as in Australia, India and Iran.
Achyutananda’s teaching style conveys a depth and understanding of yoga that is accessible to everyone.


Price: 200 leva

How to enroll

by paying the tax via bank transfer to Ananda LTD, 130510946, IBAN BG27BPBI81701076999701
For more information: please write on or call us – mobile: +359896820769 and +359896820770

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