Kapalabhati, or breath of fire, is a breath-work practice that utilises an active, forceful exhale, with a contraction of the stomach muscles. A very energising, by supplying the brain with a fresh supply of oxygen rich blood, cleansing and heating pranayama practice. It is also beneficial for the nervous system, circulation, and metabolism and in a yogic sense it is said to awaken the energy along the spinal Nadi.
Bhavisha is a teacher of Yoga, Meditation and is a Breath-Coach and will be bringing us some truly beautiful Yin, Meditation and Breath-work sessions. Bhavisha has completed 1000+ hours of training, has been practicing for 11 years and truly believes that yoga and meditation has changed her life forever. Bhavisha shares her knowledge in her classes as a tool to bring body awareness, mindfulness and self introspection that provides the freedom from constraints and allows us to become who we are truly meant to be.
"Don't practice breath-work if you have Glaucoma or other eye conditions, any aneurysm, any cardiovascular disease, thryroid conditions, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, a psychiatric condition or are Pregnant. Always listen to your body and what it needs. Stop if you are in pain or feel lightheaded. Make sure you have a safe open place to practice and that you consult a health professional for advice on injuries, conditions or illness."