Lahari & Nadishodhana Pranayama


Lahari & Nadishodhana Pranayama

The first key step in this pathway is to cultivate pleasant and easy inner awareness with the breath. The traditional pranayama to do this was called Lahari Pranayama.
Lahari means wave. The breath washes over us in waves. By connecting to that rhythmic flow, we can smooth the fluctuations of the breath and begin to experience its deeper sensations. This will calm the mind too. A special addition to this is practice using mantra to guide the breath and mind to steadiness.
Lahari Pranayama is an important preparation for the most important Nadisodhana Pranayama. The basic technique is simple: it is alternate nostril breathing. But pranayama is not just breathing; there are several vital principles underlying the traditional practice, and practical matters of technique that make the practice effective.

  • connect with ancient sources
  • absorb insights
  • learn to practice


A.G Mohan
A.G Mohan was a student of the father of maodern yoga, "Yogacarya Sri T. Krishnamacharya, for eighteen years. He is the author of several books on yoga, including Yoga for Body, Breath and Mind;Yoga Reminder' Yoga Therapy' and Krishnamacharya: His Life and Teachings.
Indra Mohan
Indra Nohan has been practicing and teaching yoga for more than three decades. Along with her husband A.G. Mohan, she continues to study and deepen her knowledge in yoga and related fields. She is one of the few people who received a post-graduate diploma in yoga from Krishnamacharya. Her profound understanding of yoga and Ayurveda and how it applies to all aspects of our health, particularly in the area of women's health is inspirational.

27th June 2020
4th July 2020
11th July 2020




Svastha Yoga & Ayurveda

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4th July 2020 | 11:30 AM






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