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[Live Streamed] Art of Breathing II with Jenny Hayo
Nov 21, 2020| $150 – $165
November 21-22, 2020
Livestream with Jenny Hayo
Prāṇāyāma is the practice of stretching the everyday limits of the breath to facilitate health and Self-discovery. One of the great tools of the eight limbed yoga system, pranayama is a deeply sophisticated practice that merits intensive study. This workshop advances the use of breath to explore the relationship between the nervous system, the pranic field (subtle body) and consciousness. Practitioners will continue their studies of nadis (energy channels), bandhas (energetic locks), kumbhakas (retentions) and dhāraṇā (concentration) as assistants on the path of awakened consciousness. This workshop is designed for those who have a foundational understanding of healthy breathing and basic prāṇāyāma techniques including diaphragmatic breathing, Ujjayi, and Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing.)
Prerequisite for this course: prior study of pranayama, preferably with Jenny Hayo (Art of Breathing Series or Intro to Pranayama).
Saturday, November 21
✓1:00-2:15pm – Asana for Pranayama
✓ 2:30-5:15pm – Pranayama Part 1
✓ 5:15-6pm – Meditation with Breath
Sunday, November 22
✓ 12:00-2:30pm Pranayama Part 2
✓ 2:45- 3:30pm Meditation with Breath
Cost: $150 through November 15, $165 after
To inquire about an income-relevant partial discount, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Art of Breathing II” in the subject field.
These workshops can be taken as part of our 500-hour Teacher Training. Click here for more information on joining us!.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds of 90% up to five days prior to start of series. No refunds allowable after that time.
About the instructor: Jenny Hayo
Jenny has taught in the healing arts for over 20 years as a teacher of awareness-centered practices and the awakened consciousness. She began studying the Yoga Sutras with her teacher, Jo Leffingwell, in 2001. As an interdisciplinary teacher, Jenny’s work synthesizes over two decades of classical yoga study, Hatha Yoga, Buddhism and modern mind/body therapies, including The Hakomi Method and IFS (Internal Family Systems). She teaches workshops and retreats throughout the year and maintains a spiritual counseling practice rooted in the wisdom presented in the Yoga Sutras. Jenny is known for her clear and direct teaching style that meets students wherever they are on the path of their own Self-discovery.
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