This week we will be practicing Nadi Shodhana during our time of centering and breathing. Nadi Shodhana, also called Alternate Nostril Breathing, is known for balancing the sides of the brain and its calming affect when we are feeling stress or anxiety. Some instructors of meditation recommend practicing Nadi Shodhana prior to practicing meditation.
The following website is an awesome resource for more information and instruction for Nadi Shodhana:
This article from the Chopra Center lists the following benefits for Nadi Shodhana:
Please leave your comments about your practice of Nadi Shodhana below!
I enjoy yoga as it brings peace to my life. Teaching yoga has brought joy to my life and given me a chance to encourage others in learning yoga.