Description: Yogic philosophy and physiology regard the control of the breath as one of the prime means for achieving physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Pranayama, the fourth “limb” of yoga, is the science and art of establishing healthy breathing habits and the use of particular breathing techniques to facilitate a range of positive therapeutic outcomes. This module will train participants in the principles, practices and teaching of the more common pranayama techniques.
Self-Directed Learning: 6 - Components of this unit require self-directed study where you will perform research and or set tasks followed by reviews promoting learning, engagement, debate and group discussion
Assessment (indicative only): Written assessments and practical demonstration
Pre-requisites: Asana Postures Level 1; Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure; Yogic Physiology
Co-requisites: Asana Postures Level 2; Yogic Philosophies; Yoga Anatomy & Functional Assessment