Just Breathe – And Notice the Moment
November 5th, 2015 by Aldouspi

"Sometimes I think we underestimate the value of just surviving to another day. Often, when I am working at home - I get distracted and it
seems that nothing was accomplished... And yet - I am still here, with the chance that the next moment I will recognize and understand its value. Today, I am happy I just managed to breath..."

Tonight I teach my first real, live yoga class in a formal studio setting. I’m beyond grateful and excited to be teaching twice a week.

Tonight’s class theme is our breath. If you’ve ever been to a yoga class before, you’ve probably heard the teacher say ‘listen to your breath’, ‘move with your breath’. I chose this because i believe our lives get so caught up in small matters that we don’t consciously take deep inhales and exhales. Can you recall the last time you closed your eyes, took a deep inhale, expanded your lungs, and exhaled from your belly? Our breath can be so cleansing and nourishing. It is our life force.

When our breath is calm, our mind and our hearts have no choice but to be calm.

"If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath." -Amit Ray

News About Yoga Breathing

How to Breath Correctly During Yoga: A Step-by-Step Guide

NDTV - 9 hours ago
Yogi Anoop from the Chaitanya Foundation, Mediyoga, explains the typical yogic breathing as the one where "when you inhale, your stomach swells out, followed by your chest and while you exhale...

Yoga for Everyone: A Beginners Guide

Well Guides - 18 hours ago
It's time to roll out your yoga mat and discover the combination of physical and mental exercises that for thousands of years have hooked yoga practitioners ...and...

Yogic breathing helps fight major depression, study shows

Science Daily - 2 weeks ago
A breathing-based meditation practice known as Sudarshan Kriya yoga helped alleviate severe depression in people who did not fully respond to antidepressant treatments, reports a new study published...

Yoga Breathing May Help to Reduce Depression

PsychCentral.com - 2 weeks ago
New research finds that a breathing-based meditation practice helped alleviate severe depression in people who did not fully respond to antidepressant treatments. Investigators from the Perelman...

Yoga breathing can fight severe depression | 9Coach

9Coach (blog) - 2 weeks ago
Antidepressant treatments don't fully help many people with depression. But there is still hope: a new study suggests a particular yoga breathing technique...

The right way to breathe during a yoga class

9Coach (blog) - 6 days ago
There's so much to attempt during a yoga class — twisting your ankle behind your head, staying calm, not looking like a clumsy goon compared to the lithe beauty on the mat next to yours —...

Local elementary school incorporates yoga and breathing exercises in the classroom

KMVT - 2 weeks ago
Focus on mindfulness and breathing isn't just for older students. Kindergartens at Hollister are practicing yoga daily. "Our kindergarten teacher has incorporated yoga, breathing exercises,...

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