Once we become familiar with asana, it's traditionally suggested that the practice of Pranayama (breath practices) is introduced. The power of Pranayama goes beyond the physical and it benefits the psychic body, increasing energy stored at a subtle level. Agni Sari (Breath of Fire) is practiced here, with an introduction to Moola Bandha and the deeply charging effect on the nervous system. We calm and balance the strong quality of the Breath of Fire with Ujjayi breath. This practice is for the early morning (before taking any food) and it's not recommended for complete beginners.
Part of the Ten days of Pranayama program
Part of the 21 Mornings with Yoga program