Pranayama for Seasonal Transitions: Ayurvedic Approach to Circulating Prana With Larissa Carlson
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You probably know that your diet should change with the seasons, but according to Ayurveda, even your pranayama should be tweaked three times a year, says Larissa Hall Carlson, former dean of Kripalu's School of Ayurveda and the co-leader of Yoga Journal's Ayurveda 101 & 201 courses. Discover precious tools for enhancing balance while deepening your pranayama practice, as Larissa shares the Ayurvedic approach to dosha-balancing breathwork for the transition from winter to spring (vata to kapha seasons).
Larissa Hall Carlson is a mindfulness, yoga, and Ayurveda professional with over 15 years of teaching experience at some of our country’s most prestigious institutions, including The Boston Conservancy, Juilliard School, and Tanglewood Music Center.
Larissa earned her Master’s degree in Mindfulness Studies and is known as a leading educator in the field of optimal human performance. She previously served as Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda and is the co-creator of two popular online courses with Yoga Journal, Ayurveda 101 and 201. She specializes in training elite level musicians, executives, teachers, athletes, and artists in all aspects of mindful living.
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