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Author: Sue Fuller Narrator: Sue Fuller Publisher: Yoga2Hear Format: Other Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: October 2016 ISBN: 9781927171455
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Easy Everyday Pranayamas contains five easy-to-follow, fourteen-minute pranayama sessions suitable for everyone. The sessions can be followed while sitting or lying and use a range of simple breathing exercises that will leave you feeling fantastic.

Pranyamas are breathing techniques. They are the perfect way to help balance and increase the energy flow within the body, clear the mind, and induce a meditative state. When performing pranayamas, attention is directed to the breath. This helps prevent the mind from wandering, making it easy to reach a state of meditation.

Pranayamas also help the lungs maintain elasticity. They raise oxygen levels in the body; relax, clear, and calm the mind; and bring physical and emotional balance. Pranayamas can even help to remove stagnant energy and any blockages in the energy channels.

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About the Author

Sue Fuller is a leading teacher of both Hatha and Sivananda yoga. She initially trained with the Dhanwanthari Ashram at the Neyyar Dam in India, and has also studied yoga in Australia, New Zealand, and Thailand. She has lead workshops and held training courses in many countries. In addition to her teaching, Fuller is the resident yoga expert for Natural Health magazine and a regular writer for Yoga Magazine and many other lifestyle publications and websites. She is also the author of three courses at the British School of Yoga.