Yogic Breathing Challenge

Yogic Breathing Challenge
Transform your health and wellbeing with our comprehensive Yogic Breathwork Challenge from the very heart of yoga with Sumit Manav
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April 16, 2022 at 9:00 pmtoApril 29, 2022 at 9:30 pm

Have you ever wondered about the mysterious power behind the Prana & Breath?

Are you interested in powerful breathwork? Do you want to heal the whole & take your yoga practice to the next level?

The breath is the bridge linking our mind and body. The practice of deep breathing helps to stimulate our parasympathetic nervous system, bringing us to a calm state.
Stress reduction, insomnia prevention, emotion control, improved attention—certain breathing techniques can make life better. But where do you start?

The aim of the yogic breathing challenge is to improve your Prana knowledge, expand your Prana and simultaneously work on many layers of Yoga to strengthen your confidence and solidify your inner voice.

This yogic breathing will focus on the effects of Pranayama on your physical, mental and emotional levels. You will also learn the different techniques of breathing along with their benefits.

It is very easy to be trained and practice yoga posture, follow a diet plan or exercise regime, however very few actually learn and train in Prana science, which is a vital life force. Pranayama is one of Yoga’s most powerful practices, which is ideal to awaken your mind and boost your energy.

A growing number of studies show that breathing techniques are effective against anxiety and insomnia.
These techniques influence both physiological factors (by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system) and psychological factors (by diverting attention from thoughts).
Because these techniques are safe and easy to use, scientific validation might result in their being more frequently recommended and practiced.

What Is Prana

Prana is the vital force that sustains not only in the body, but also creation at every level. The Sanskrit word ‘prana’ is a combination of two syllables pra meaning forth & a meaning movement or to breathe, which explains that this is a force in constant motion.

The science of Pranayama was developed by Yogis through an intuitive and experimental understanding of Prana and its influence on the human mechanism at various levels. The flow of breath was used to access the Pranic field, in order to attain balance in the body and control the mind.

About Pranayama

Pranayama is a science which provides methods to understand the signs of Prana and to guide it within oneself as well as the rest of creation.

Swami Sivananda says, “he who has grasped Prana has realised the very core of cosmic life and activity. He who conquered and control this essence is able to control his body and mind, as well as every other body mind and power in this universe.’

Thus, Pranayama is that means by which the yogis realises the cosmic life in this little body and tries to attain perfection.

The medium of Pranayama is breath. The practices involve guiding the respiration beyond its normal limit, stretching it, speeding it up and slowing it down in order to experience the full range of respiration. Once this has been achieved, Prana can be guided further by the practice of Prana Vidya


“As long as there is breath in the body, there is life. When breath departs, so too does life. Therefore, regulate the breath.”

(Hatha Yoga Pradipika – Ch.2: S.3.)

Facts about Prana and Pranayama

Humans can survive without food for about 3 weeks and without water for about 3 to 4 days. However, survival without breath is impossible.

Prana & breathing has a major impact on our system. Few minutes of conscious breathing can affect the entire nervous system

Did you know?

  • Pranayama generates static electricity in the body in very minute quantities and there is a feeling of improved energy and dynamism.
  • The stomach, pancreas, kidney, liver and bowels are all exercised in pranayama through the massage given to them by the diaphragm and abdominal muscles.
  • Diaphragmatic breathing massages the Vagus Nerve and reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, and reduces stress.
  • If the lungs were open flat, they would cover the entire size of a tennis court!
  • The regular practice of Pranayama minimizes the stress put on the cardiac system by day to day life. Breathing with slow, deep and long breaths gives rest to the heart. Many heart conditions can be managed with regular practice pranayama.
  • The lungs are the biggest waste removal engine in the body, accounting for the removal of 70% of body wasting the form of Co2 (carbon dioxide) in the air we exhale.
  • Severe respiratory conditions like asthma can be successfully managed by increasing O2 levels in the blood.
  • Pranayama can help in improve digestion, reduce insomnia, lower stress, anxiety, and overwhelm.
  • Breathing can change your blood PH (acid/alkaline) in minutes. No food, exercise or medication acts as quickly.

What are the benefit of this Course?

Correct Breathing & it’s Effect

What will you learn & practice

  • 1. Introduction to Pranayama and its utility – Sumit Manav
  • 2. What is Prana - Sumit Manav
  • 3. Do’s and Don’ts in Pranayama – Sumit Manav
  • 4. Nadis or Energy Channels
  • 5. Types of Pranayama & How To Practice
  • 6. Yogic Physiology of Nostril
  • 7. Pranayama is Practice
  • 8. What is Swara? Tantric science of Brain Breathing
  • 9. Panch Prana or 5-Energy Types
  • 10. Therapeutic aspects of Pranayama - Sumit Manav
  • 11. Problem in Pranayama technique of dilution
  • 12. Open session of Q & A – Sumit Manav
Lifestyle Yoga Founder & Lead Instructor
Sumit Manav

A celebrated Yoga personality, acknowledged as one of the top 10 Yoga teachers from India. His revolutionary fitness techniques have been well acclaimed by both regional and international media. By understanding modern lifestyles, he has successfully created a fusion of ancient Yoga practices to cure many vexing lifestyle ailments through his brand Lifestyle Yoga.

Sumit’s journey began from the North Indian town of Baghpat in Uttar Pradesh and took him to the Himalayas, home of pure yoga, where he discovered Yoga as a way to human consciousness and overall well-being. Sumit began practising Yoga in 1998 at the age of 18 under the guidance of his Guru Shreeram Sharma Acharya in the Himalayas.


Live Online Course | April 16th to 29th, 2022


  • Learn to master your energy through pranayama
  • Healing the self
  • Improve the Lungs Capacity
  • Deep relaxation & Stress relief
  • Balance the Right & Left Brain
  • Reconnect with your self


  • 20-minutes per day x 14 days
  • Daily live session  (or replay) classes
  • Answers to all your questions
  • Amazing, supportive community
  • Guaranteed results


  • Daily live video session
  • Daily live Q&A with Sumit Manav
  • Access to full course (for 60-Days)


  • Smartphone or tablet
  • Laptop or connect with your tv
  • 20-minutes Per Day
  • Yoga mat & a good ambience
  • Music (You can choose by yourself)
AED 199 Full Breathing Challenge
Conquer your Breath, Conquer your Life
20-minutes per day x 14 days
Live Streaming + Recorded Session
BONUS! Yin Yoga & Chakra Awakeing 5-Day Challenge Access
DISCOUNT! 10% Discount on upcoming Prana Teacher Training Course
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