Restorative Iyengar Yoga and Pranayama

Monday, October 25 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

More dates through November 29, 2021

Virtual Event

This restorative yoga and pranayama (breathing) course will be taught on Mondays at 4pm PST.

“A regular daily practice of deep breathing is one of the best tools for improving your health and well-being.  The basis for all deep breathing practices originates in the science of yoga, specifically the fourth limb of yoga, known as pranayama. The word pranayama is derived from two Sanskrit words. Although there are various definitions of the term, one interpretation is: prana (life force) and ayama (expansion), or expanding the life force using the breath. The ancient yogis learned that by controlling the breath, you can influence every aspect of your life.”

Not for beginners.

Dial-In Information

Sign up for the zoom link here:

https://usc.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cC5GxtWr9prqAgC

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Tags

Wellness/Wellbeing

Website

https://yoga.usc.edu/class/restorativ...

Department
Office of Religious Life
Hashtag

#iyengaryogausc, pranayama, wellness, yogausc

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