21 Day Online Pranayama - Meditation Program April 26th - May 14th, 6.00 AM - 6.45 AM Daily
Healthy Lungs - Healthy Immune System
APPLY COUPON CODE BIL123 For Free Registration
Offered in Association with ISET, Foundation. https://www.isetf.org/
" I was practicing yoga from Mr. Saravanan for nearly two months before I was diagnosed and admitted for Covid. The yoga practice helped me even during the hospitalization period. I was able to stay confident and be with my breath during the intense moments of infection too. I was calmer. I definitely will recommend regular yoga practice in the current situation" -
21 - Day Program to Enhance Lung Health, Lung Capacity, and Immunity. Program facilitated by Saravanan, IYA, Govt of India, Certified to teach Yoga for Health and Wellness
6.00 AM - 6.45 AM
Daily for 21 Days till May 14th, 2021
This is a progressive guided program.
Guided practices to systematically prepare the body and mind
Hence we request you to join us from Day 1
For everyone who are committed to keeping themselves safe and Protected
Learn to connect with and be with your breath. Connect with the natural intelligence of the body that can protect and Heal. Act now by registering and committing time for the program, NOW. Why now?
Healthy Respiratory System - Healthy Lungs: PROTECTS - HEALS - SPEEDS UP RECOVERY after the infection subsides.
Healthy Lungs boost the body's defense mechanism. Body intelligence plays the most important role in the prevention, treatment, and recovery of any disease and infection. Measures like masking, social distancing are important. Unless one keeps his or her internal environment robust and Vibrant one may not feel confident in any given situation, especially in current times.
The 21 - day program systematically works to increase the health of the respiratory system. Please register and benefit.
The regular practice of pranayama increases chest wall expansion and almost all lung functions. The beneficial effect of different pranayama is well reported and has a sound scientific basis [3-4] . Pranayama makes efficient use of abdominal and diaphragmatic muscles and improves the respiratory apparatus  .- NCBI