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(GMT+02:00) Europe/Helsinki
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Salo, Finland
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Tue Jan 10 2012 at 08:10 am EST
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Jessica Wilson
Health & Wellness > Yoga
Recorded: Jan 10, 2012 at 08:10 am EST
Don't be intimidated by the name! Prana” is the one life force that permeates all living things and in fact all matter. This cohesive, animating force is also known as “Maha Prana” or great prana. In the human body, this universal prana has been observed to move in specific ways in specific regions in the body, regulating and controlling physical and mental function. The word vayu translates as "wind," connoting all-pervading movement. The root ‘va’ means “that which flows” – and so a vayu is a vehicle for activities and experiences within the body, or a “force” that moves throughout the system controlling functions such as digestion, respiration, nerve impulses act. Each week we will focus on a different vayu that relates to various functions in the body and work on balancing the different vayus to regain equilibrium and restore balance to our emotional, mental and physical well-being!
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Jessica Wilson has been practicing yoga for over 11 years since her first class in college. After graduation, she traveled for over 4 years throughout South America and Greece, often teaching and using yoga as a means of balancing her nomadic lifestyle. She recently accomplished a long standing goal of receiving her yoga teaching certification in July 2011 at Wilmington Yoga Center, in North Carolina. Her classes are suitable for all levels, and have a primary focus on basic Hatha and Vinyasa flow.
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