Movement Moves Us: Pranayama (yogic breathing)
Research indicates several psychologic benefits of Pranayama practice. These include improved emotional responses, fatigue, stress, and reduced anxiety. This session will lead the participants in one of the forms of Pranayama, alternate nostril breathing.
About the Facilitator
Elena Umland began an intentional personal journey to improved psychological wellness in 2021. This journey has included completion of a certificate in mind-body stress reduction. In developing her daily mindfulness practices, one practice that she finds to be very quickly calming to the mind and body is alternate nostril breathing. Simply come to this 15-minute session with an open mind and a willingness/desire to calm.
This event is made possible through support from the Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (JCIPE) as a Connection Creator sponsor.