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Vayu Siddhi: A Guide to Pranayama, Ashtanga Yoga's Fourth Limb (DVD/Book Set) - David Garrigues

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A DVD and book set featuring introductory to advanced techniques of pranayama for Ashtanga yoga.

Book Author: David Garrigues
Paperback: 141 pages, self-published 2013

DVD produced by: Bad Man Bhakti Productions
Format: NTSC
Region: All regions
Language: English
Number of Discs: 2
DVD Release Date: 2013
Run Time: 3 hours 6 minutes

Disc 1 of DVD:
Foundational breathing practices that introduce:
- Ujjayi (victorious) breathing
- Understanding the opposing breathing patterns of the two highest agents, Prana and Apana Vayus
- Viloma breathing (interrupting the breath's cycle)
- Khumbhaka (retention)
- Extra video interviews on Jalandhara Bandha, Finding Balanced Breath in Asana Practice, plus more

Disc 2 of DVD:
Part One introduces you to the Ashtanga Pranayama sequence by giving you step-by-step, detailed instruction in each of the five pranayamas that make up the sequence. Part Two takes you through the entire 30+ minute Ashtanga pranayama sequence without interruption. The five pranayamas in the sequence are:
- Ujjayi (Bahya and Antara Kumbhaka)
- Nadi Shodana (Sama and Vishama Vrtti)
- Bhastrika
- Surya and Chandra Bhedana
- Sitali
- Extra video interviews on The Gifts of Pranayama, The Cooling Effects of Jalandhara Bandha, plus more

Book has three themes:
1) to provide you with supplemental information to help you make the best use of the exercises on the DVDs;
2) to present a collection of writings that convey the transformative possibilities of pranayama;
3) to serve as a glossary and reference for the yoga language used on the DVDs.

The writings in this book have been inspired by such sacred texts as The Hatha Yoga Pradipika, The Shiva Samhita, The Gheranda Samhita, select Tantras, and Upanishads. The aspiring yogi will find nectar in the language of hatha yoga used in these texts, nectar in the teachings that convey the highest reverence for the knowledge that is won from the study of asana and pranayama, the two favorite subjects of students of Ashtanga yoga.

Personal Biography of David Garrigues

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