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Sonorous Breath, Sonorous Body

The 15th century influential philosophical text and practical manual on Yoga, the HathaYogaPradipika, discusses Time and Breath as musical, and therefore the experiences of our body itself as sonorous and rhythmic.


In a recent TED talk, author Neil Gaiman describes the present moment as a Fermata, a place of pause between an inhalation and an exhalation, once again alluding to the connection between breath, time, music and our lived experiences that cuts across cultural strait jackets.


For researchers, faculty, students of yoga and anyone interested in the body as a space created at the intersection of breath, Time and mind, you are welcome to join a 30-minute somatic journey through the breathwork practice called Bhastrika pranayama (bellows breath).


In this special online workshop led by Breathe Meditation, participants will be guided through a short led-practice with opportunity for experimentation, questions and above all one-pointed immersion in Pranayama.*

*Note: Registration Required

How to Apply

Breath, Rhythm and Mind: a somatic journey

Tuesday, September 22, 2020.


Online @

By donation; This workshop will be hosted on a voluntary, pay-what-you-can basis with a suggested donation of $25. If you are unable to donate, reach out via email and we will try our best to accommodate you. You will receive details via email on how to donate when you register online.* 


*Note: This workshop is free to attend for monthly unlimited membership subscribers.

Things you need:
- A clean space, preferably on the floor, to breathe and meditate
- A cushion, blanket or mat to sit on
- No previous experience in breathwork or meditation is required



- Empty stomach - at least 3 hours should have passed since your last meal.
- Complete online registration and make sure to sign and email the Liability Release & Waiver Form.

Things to avoid:
You are advised to not participate in this workshop if you have a medical condition — physical or mental — that is a contraindication for breathwork.


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