Shut Up + Breathe: Breathwork Experience

A steady breath leads to a steady mind. Specially designed to revitalize and recharge both body and mind, the "Shut Up + Breathe: Breathwork Experience" empowers you with the practice of breathing techniques that you can integrate into your daily routine. The workshop is broken into three segments: instruction, breathwork, recovery (savasana) to give participants time to learn, practice, and bathe in the experience. 

 

Explore the world of yoga through the lens of pranayama (breathwork) – ancient yogic breathing techniques handed down over the ages. “Prana” means “breath” or “life force”. “Yama” means “control”. Therefore pranayama means “controlling the breath or life force”.

 

In this 2 hour workshop, you will learn breathing techniques used to create mind-body connection, relieve stress, control your moods, fight disease and go deeper in your meditation. 

Pranayama is the fourth stage of Patanjali’s 8-Limbed (or Ashtanga) approach to yoga. Many people these days are already very familiar with the third stage: Asana, the physical practice. This workshop is a bridge to experiencing the next level, a world of yoga that is more subtle, more inward, more intuitive.

 

Throughout this workshop, we will look at:

 

  • a combination of different pranayama breathing exercises (ie alternate nostril breathing, Wim Hof, humming bee breath, ujjayi, and more)

  • bandhas (locks) and how to apply them

  • how to apply these breathing techniques back into the physical asana practice and everyday life

The aim is to leave you with the tools you need to begin cultivating a stronger feeling of bliss, intuition, and union with the self.

Sun | Nov 27 | 12-2pm

registration fee: $25 (members $10)

This event is non-refundable

Tips for enjoying the breathwork experience:
  • Please arrive on an empty stomach (try not to eat too soon before class. Have at least a 2hr break in between your last meal and class time. Or have something very light.)
  • Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely

  • Bring socks and a sweater or a blanket to stay warm

  • Bring your own yoga mat, water, and journal

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Instructor: Anthony DiLuglio
Considered one of America's top trainers, Anthony is known for his unique approach to fitness, and now yoga. His style embodies the timeless concept of physical culture: how to train for maximum functional strength, making your body more durable, more resilient, and less prone to injury.

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