The lungs are amongst our most important organs, since they provide support for our whole body. Their most well-known function is the gas exchange. However those who practice yoga know another function, namely the inhalation of prana, which means an energy exchange. Beyond these, the lungs have a major role in governing the energy flows of the whole body. Considering these tasks of the lungs, it becomes important to pay special attention to them. Today’s people do not possess full breathing, so their lungs fulfil these tasks only to a certain extent.


In old times yogis had a more natural way of life than we have nowadays. Thanks to that, yoga techniques used to be much more coherent too. This also applies to prana breathing. Natural environment, special yogi lifestyle and the society’s supportive attitude ensured that the inhalation of prana was inseparable from practicing yoga. The lifestyle that our present culture enables us to live and the shortness of the time we can devote to yoga result in the fact that creating this connection is not as simple as it used to be. To breathe in prana is contingent, even for those who practice yoga regularly, and it doesn’t even happen all times.
This modern approach to prana and its methods have been developed in order to solve this problem. This is an effective technique which helps you to acquire the skill to breathe in prana only within a few days. Respiration is more than taking up prana and oxygen. More organs need to join the process. These trainings give you an insight into the whole process, and provide you with special methods to form the right connections between your organs. By the end of the course, participants learn how to take conscious control over and how to govern inhalation of prana and the functioning of other contributory organs.