Asthanga: Pranayama • Didi von Deck • 12 min
Ashtanga • 12m
This Ashtanga breathing sequence will focus your attention inward to quiet your mind. Short breath retentions will keep the mind steady. This practice can be a prelude for sitting meditation or as a meditation in itself.
Suggested props: whatever would make you comfortable sitting
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