Video library Pranayama Exercises Allergy - Hay Fever

Pranayama Exercises Allergy - Hay Fever

Video
Sport
Breathwork
Duration
25 min
Level
All levels
Language
English
Facility/Studio
Feelgoodstudio 1040 " Movement / Vritti "
Teacher
Bruno Teyssandier (EN, FR)
Availability after purchase
6 months
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Price

9.00 €Single ticket
48.00 €Feelgood Heuschnupfen Basispaket

About the class

In this video senior yoga teacher Bruno Teyssandier presents 4 pranayama (breathing) exercises designed to alleviate symptoms of allergies/hay fever/rhinitis.

1. Ujjayi

2. Kapalabhati/Bhastrika

3. Nadi Shodhana

4. Bhramari

In the first part he explains each technique in detail. In the second part he demonstrates each exercise and gives input on how to practice.

We recommend the following length /number of counts if you re newish to the practice of pranayama:

1. Ujjayi: 20 long slow and deep repetitions

2. Kapalabhati/Bhastrika: 30 seconds each (and yes, this might send the snot flying and that is intended)

3. Nadi Shodhana: 20 cycles (one cycle is both nostrils)

4. Bhramari: 5 repetitions

This will take no longer than 10-15 minutes of your time and your nostrils and respiratory passages will be less blocked and breathing will become easier after that. We recommend to do this sequence daily in times of increased allergy/hay fever.

About the trainer/teacher

Bruno Teyssandier was an active mountain and mountain bike tour guide before he came in contact with yoga in 1998. After an accident in Nepal, which made him turn around 180 degrees, he decided to participate in a yoga teacher training in LA California in the fall of 1999. Since then, he has studied in India multiple times. He owned, directed and taught at Yoga 108 in Marin county (California) and New Orleans (Louisiana) for 7 years, from San Francisco to Beijing before he landed in Vienna in the summer of 2014. He has managed Feelgood yoga since 2019. His directions are firm but nurturing, he teaches from a warm heart and sense of humor, yet with strong focus.