Pranayama, Kriya and Meditation Course

Pranayama Kriya Meditation Course – The yogi’s life is not measured by the number of his days, but by the number of his breaths’, to quote B.K.S Iyengar verbatim, but all yogis have long known this as truth. They are highly aware of this fact and hence developed the practices of Pranayama to prolong one’s life.

What is Pranayama?

Prana means breath, respiration, life, vitality, energy, strength, or wind. Ayama means length, expansion, restraint and stretching. Pranayama thus connotes extension of breath and its control. The techniques of Pranayama provide the method whereby the life force can be activated and regulated in order to go beyond one’s limitations and attain a higher state of energy and awareness. The practices taught in Level 1 prepares the student for better breath and retention capacity and influence the flow of prana, regulating and activating them, resulting in physical and mental stability.

What is Kriya?

Kriya or Shatkarma consists of purification practices that aim to create harmony between the two major pranic flows in the body. According to Ayurveda, an imbalance in the body’s dosha (humours) will result in illness. Kriya/ Shatkarma support the practices of Pranayama and Meditation as they purify the body of toxins.
Here in this course, they are targeted to work on common modern ailments such as gastric, indigestion, high acidity, constipation, sinusitis, shallow breathing, mouth breathing, insomnia, body aches and so forth. These are the first line of defence that needs to be strengthened in order to gain a strong immune system. The kriyas will work on your digestive and nervous system.

What are the benefits of Pranayama Kriya Meditation Course?

Pranayama Benefits

Helps with Different Disorders

Helps with insomnia, high blood, diabetes, asthma, mouth-breathing, fatigue, indigestion, constipation, high acidity, headaches, sinusitis and so on. Results vary from participant to participant, depending on own condition. We highly encourage participants to continue with self-practice after the course as the full benefits will require time to be experienced.

Participants will feel lighter

Participants will feel lighter with heightened awareness of breath

Overall haul of one’s habits

Overall haul of one’s habits and lifestyle depending on one’s commitment to health

Simple but effective techniques

Simple but effective techniques that can travel with you for a continued practice

Who can attend the course?


Interest in cultivating good health

Anyone who has an interest in cultivating good health to the body and mind.

Those with common modern ailments

Such as insomnia, sinusitis, shallow breathing, gastritis, indigestion, high acidity, constipation and so on. Doctor’s advice is recommended prior to starting the course.

Interest in subtle practices of yoga

Those interested in learning the subtle practices of yoga
As this course will be taught with progression in mind, commitment over the duration of the course is required to reap the full benefit the course offers. Guidance will be given on how to make minor adjustments to your lifestyle and habits during the course in order to fully benefit from and immerse oneself in the practice.

What will you learn?


8 types of Pranayama


2 types of Meditation Practice that you can easily take home for self-practice after course


4 types of Kriyas


How to make changes to your lifestyle and habits to support the practice and to lead and healthy life

Duration of the Course

Weekend Course 2020

Saturday & Sunday – 9:00am to 10:30am

Month October / November / December
December 24th October to 6th December
October 19th December to 7th February

Weekday Course 2020

Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 10:30am

Month November (Monday – Thursday)
November 25th November to 11th December

Course Fees

  • $450 per course (Part Time or Full Time)
  • Top up $100 for 6 regular group yoga classes (to be completed over the duration of the course)
  • Top up $150 for 12 regular group yoga classes (to be completed over the duration of the course)

Terms & Conditions

  • No replacement classes allowed. Participants should inform beforehand should they miss a class.
  • No refund will be allowed.
  • To fully benefit from the practices, dedication and self-practice are required in between.
  • The success of one’s practice varies according to body condition and willpower. Sometimes results are immediate, but sometimes, a longer duration is required and may not be experienced during the course. However, do continue the practices with faith and discipline and be sure that the benefits will be reaped one day.
  • Yoga Mala does not claim that medical conditions will be removed entirely.
  • Those with medical conditions should check with Yoga Mala prior to signing up for the course. Doctor’s certificate of clearance is also required.
  • Yoga Teachers who would like to attend the course should check first with the studio as spaces are limited.

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