Prana can be defined as ‘living-ness’. It is the quality that animates life in us and the cosmos. Prana is integral to the subject of yoga. One’s ability to harness this energy and to increase it, leading to enhanced vitality is critical to transformation through yoga. Meditation is the flowering of energy in a person and does not happen to a person low on Prana.
If you want to transform the quality of your life you will have to transform the level of prana that you have. This is done through pranayama as well as asana, mudra, meditation and food that we eat.
There are 7 modules in the Beyond Asana course dedicated to Prana. Right from Pranayama to Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep), Mantras (sacred chanting), Mudras (neuro-psychic gestures), Chakras (energy vortices) and Meditation (including different types of Meditation). The 7th module concerns how we can all Teach Yoga to people around us – families, friends or even professionally in a covid-affected world.