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We are glad to introduce you our new Pranayama Application! Our founder Yogi Anant has created this app after 8 years of work, so his great effort made this application possible for you. Now you can enjoy your personal Pranayama Teacher directly through your phone, wherever you are.

What is Pranayama?

The word ‘Pranayama’ is made of two roots: ‘Prana’ and ‘Ayama’. ‘Prana’ means vital-energy,spirit-energy, life-force. It exists in everything, whether animate or inanimate. Prana is more subtle than air or oxygen.

‘Ayama’ is defined as extension, expansion, or controlled breathing. These two words combined together make the word Pranayama, which means ‘the series of techniques for controlling and expanding the dimension of prana’.

The practice of Pranayama is a gift from ancient sage to humankind. It is a very powerful tool which establishes regular breathing patterns, taking control of the breath and re-establishing the natural, relaxed rhythms of the body and mind. Irregular breathing disrupts the rhythms of the brain and leads to physical, emotional and mental blocks. Pranayama is the means by which a yogi attempts to attain perfection by attaining all the powers.

“By changing your automatic breathing into aware breathing you can completely change your life. “of the universe.
Karuna Devi


Sahaj Pranayama

Sanskrit word “Sahaj” means ‘spontaneous’. Sahaja means to be witness of your natural breathing , without interfering it in any way.


Sapt-Chakra Viloma Pranayama

Sapta-Chakra is a Sanskrit word which means “seven-wheel” or ” seven-vortex” and Viloma means “against the natural order”. In this pranayama inhalation or exhalation is not a continuous process but is interrupted by seven pauses.

Yogic Breathing

Yogic breathing is a combination of all three breathing exercises: abdominal, chest and collarbone breathing.

Swana Pranayama

This pranayama regenerates the fire in the body and increases agni (fire) in the digestive system.

Taalyukt Pranayama

Sanskrit word taal yukt means ‘rhythmic’. In this pranayama, breathing should be rhythmic, without any fluctuating.

Nadi Sodhana Pranayama

Nadi Sodhana Pranayama is one of the most necessary practices on the path of yoga.

Benefits Of Pranayama

01 Enhances Immunity

02 Improves mental sharpness

03 Improves breathing capacity

04 Reduced anxiety and depression

05 It improves cardiovascular health

06 Improves quality of life in old age

07 Removing the toxins from within the body

08 It improves the autonomic functions

09 It helps relieving the symptoms of asthma

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