Energy Beyond Breath

Energy Beyond Breath

Energy is the life force within and around us. When we freedive we clearly have a limited supply of energy, as we are on breath hold, and once the oxygen supply is used up, so our time under the water comes to an end. In yoga we call energy prana, and in this package I hope to not only expand your understanding of prana versus Prana (the breath versus the life force), but through exercises and meditations, to enable you to connect and actually use the deeper, more powerful source of Prana throughout your dives.

You may have experienced the difference between diving on prana and diving on Prana - the one may feel tough, limited and stressful; the other is pure bliss, it is where you surface from your deepest ever dive with a huge smile on your face and know that you could have gone much, much deeper. You accessed a deeper source of energy inside of you, letting go of your mental constructs of limitations and dived through your spirit, which is infinite.

Videos contained in this course:
- Pranayama: Nadi Cleansing U-Breath - 19 mins
- Guided Visualisation: Yoga Nidra - 40 mins
- Meditation: Connect with the Source of Infinite Energy - 16 mins
- Kriya: Creating and Conserving Pranic Energy - 52 mins
- Meditation: Long Ek Ong Kar - 23 mins
Total time: over two and a half hours

MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE
- Five videos and over two and a half hours of targeted ENERGY BEYOND BREATH training
- A further two and a half hours of tips and technique training in 22 "How to..." videos
- Video streaming on any mobile device
- Audio downloads of the lectures and visualisations to take with you wherever you want
- Step by step six week programme to ensure you get the best out of your ENERGY BEYOND BREATH experience
- Lifetime access to all videos and online content

WHY IS ENERGY BEYOND BREATH IMPORTANT?
ENERGY BEYOND BREATH is the course that takes you beyond the confines of the limitations of your mind and into the realms of infinite possibility. As part of creation, each one of us has the possibility and potential to tap into the infinite energy of the cosmos - when we believe, understand and act as One, we have access to all that Is. Freediving is an expression of this expansion, when we let go of our mental limitations, we experience ourselves on a much greater, deeper level.

PREMIUM clients will receive a personal online consultation and three one to one sessions with Sara.

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Energy Beyond Breath
  • Energy Beyond Breath 1: Pranayama - Nadi Cleansing

    ABOUT NADI CLEANSING : This pranayama is simple, yet powerful and effective. In order for our energy to flow, the channels that carry it need to be clear – these channels are called ‘nadis’, this exercise opens them up and clears out all the gunk

  • Energy Beyond Breath 2: Visualisation - Yoga Nidra

    ABOUT YOGA NIDRA : This is a yogic form of self-hypnosis, whereby through a guided visualisation, you systematically relax and energise your body. This version is designed specifically for the needs of freedivers.

  • Energy Beyond Breath 3: Meditation - Connecting with the Source of Infinite Energy

    ABOUT INFINITE ENERGY : A challenging pranayama-based meditation that energises our connection with the Universe, our navel point – the subtle umbilical cord through which Mother Nature continues to nourish us

  • Energy Beyond Breath 4: Kriya - To Create and Conserve Pranic Energy

    ABOUT PRANIC ENERGY : One of Sara’s favourite kriyas, this targets our management of prana both on the physical, anatomical level through balancing the thyroid activity, but also on the energetic level by balancing our thought patterns and teaching us to trust and surrender

  • Energy Beyond Breath 5: Meditation - Long Ek Ong Kar

    ABOUT LONG EK ONG KARS : One of the most powerful meditations, practiced every day by thousands of yogis, it systematically wakes up the Kundalini energy, our life-force. Through visualisation and control of the bhandas, we energise our main nadi, Sushumna, balance our energy, and strengthen our ...

  • About Pranayama

    ABOUT PRANAYAMA: Pranayama are yogic breathing exercises based on ancient techniques and wisdom. 'Prana' refers both to our breath, and also to the life-force energy within and around us all. Pranayama therefore go beyond training simply our breath and breath hold capacity, but also work on how y...

  • About Meditation

    ABOUT MEDITATION: If the mind is our most powerful servant, meditation is the way we ensure the servant receives clear instructions and does what we actually want him or her to do!

    Without meditation our servant is free to do exactly what he wants, when he wants, and then we wonder why our di...

  • About Kriyas

    ABOUT KRIYAS: The word 'kriya' means 'completed action'. It is therefore both a single exercise and a series of exercises that is designed to have a specific outcome. The kriyas in Kundalini Yoga work to direct energy within our body and mind by using specific breathing techniques combined with a...

  • About the Lectures

    ABOUT LECTURES: This is as close to personal coaching with me as you can get without actually getting on a plane. These lectures form the basis of my teachings, primarily looking at, gaining awareness over, and learning to work with our minds, belief systems, and fears.

    If you want to know ho...

  • Welcome to my free 'How to…' videos

    ABOUT THE HOW TO... SERIES: This How to… series of videos contains bite-sized pieces of yogic and freediving wisdom, many of which were crucial in me diving to 104m on one breath!

    DISCLAIMER: Yoga for Freediving courses and videos are not a freediving certification; they do not certify you to ...

  • How to Sit for Meditation

    ABOUT SITTING: One of the greatest challenges to meditation is finding a comfortable sitting position. This short and simple video talks you through the options for all levels of flexibility.

    The main focus for effective meditation is the position of your spine. As long as that is straight, i...

  • How to get the Deepest Inhale

    ABOUT THE DEEPEST INHALE: Ever feel like you've taken your deepest inhale, but it's not quite deep enough? The chances are you are missing a very simple part of the inhale flow which will completely transform your final breath. Here I show you how.

    For freedivers the final inhale is utterly c...

  • How to Engage the Root Lock : Mulabhanda

    ABOUT THE ROOT LOCK: Mulabhanda, also known as mulbhand or the root lock, refers in western anatomy to the pelvic floor. This muscular lock which effectively closes off the lower end of the upper body, is essential in all parts of yoga, including meditation.

    We use it to hold and direct energ...

  • How To Stretch your Diaphragm : Uddiyanabhanda

    ABOUT DIAPHRAGM STRETCHING: Uddiyanabhanda relates to the diaphragm, as such it's the middle bhanda, between the root and the neck lock. In freediving, this little exercise can make or break depth progress.

    Stretching uddiyanabhanda is one of the most important exercises you can do as a freedi...

  • How to Engage Neck Lock : Jalandharabhanda

    ABOUT NECK LOCK: Jalandharabhanda, also called jalandabhand, or the neck lock, is essential in yoga and particularly in meditation.

    It is also, for freedivers, known as the glottis - that tricky little bugger that you need to keep locked in order to keep your mouthfill.

    Neck lock is taught...

  • How to Pack

    ABOUT PACKING: Packing is a useful tool in freediving training. Packing must be introduced and used with CAUTION and respect as it carries certain risks and adverse effects for the freediver.

    Packing when used in dry stretching routines is very useful for increasing the lung capacity, enablin...

  • How to Reverse Pack

    ABOUT REVERSE PACKING: Reverse packing, as the name suggests, is the opposite of packing - and is essential for safe, deep diving.

    Many people, particularly early on in their training, focus on packing in order to expand their lung volume. However, for anyone wanting to dive deep, reverse pac...

  • Complete Kundalini Yoga Warm-Up Flow

    ABOUT THE FLOW: These warm-up exercises can be used to prepare for other practice, or can be used in their own right. This flow will leave you energised, yet relaxed.

    I used and adapated these exercises to prepare myself for my deep freedives and I know they have helped all of my students to ...

  • How to chant the Adi Mantra Ong Namo to Tune In

    ABOUT ONG NAMO: We begin every practice of Kundalini Yoga with the Adi Mantra: "Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo'. This mantra is the foundation for my four World Records in freediving.

    I explain more about this magical mantra in my DEEP RELAXATION programme, but learning to chant it, and enjoying the ...

  • How to chant the Mangala Charan Mantra for Protection : Aad Gurey Nameh

    ABOUT AAD GUREY: This mantra is often used after the Adi Mantra when tuning in for our practice, but it can be used alone and is great for protection.

    Chanting mantra is not the same as singing. It doesn't matter if you have a good voice, or are in tune. It is about the vibrations you create ...

  • How to do Alternate Nostril Breathing and Breath of Fire

    ABOUT PRANAYAMA: These two simple breathing exercises, or pranayamas, are two of the most important yoga breaths you will learn.

    Alternate nostril breathing is great for bringing awareness to the breath, the sensations of the breath and for creating balance.

    Breath of Fire is used to stimu...

  • How to do Sufi Grinding

    ABOUT SUFI GRINDING: The poor Sufis…. Haha! Don't worry, no-one was harmed in the making of this video! :-)

    Sufi grinding is my favourite yoga warm-up exercise and here I show you how to do it. It helps to soften and relax the whole of the spine, encourages deep, powerful breathing which clea...

  • How to do Spinal Flexes

    ABOUT SPINAL FLEX: Spinal Flex exercises help us to systematically warm-up and wake up the spine. Our spine performs so many amazing functions for us throughout our daily lives that it deserves and needs to be looked after and given a bit of love. This is the perfect way.

    Along with the other...

  • How to do Neck Rolls

    ABOUT NECK ROLLS: Neck rolls are a simple part of our yoga and freediving stretches. We all carry stress and tension in our neck, throat, jaw, shoulders and upper back and this simple exercise can help us to identify and release some of it.

    For freedivers suffering equalisation problems, the i...

  • How to do Spinal Twist

    ABOUT SPINAL TWISTS: Let's do the twist! This yogic version of the twist focuses on the spine, this time increasing its flexibility through the vertical axis. It opens up our chest and shoulders, helps to stretch and tone the waist and gives all of your digestive organs a wonderful massage.

    Al...

  • How to do Savasana Relaxation

    ABOUT RELAXATION: Use this little video on its own when you want a quick time-out from your day, or a boost to your energy. It is essential we balance our stressful lives with regular relaxation - here's how!

    It is recommended to practice this every day for 11 minutes if you're a man, and thr...

  • How to Close your Practice: Sat Nam

    ABOUT SAT NAM: We end all of our yoga and meditation practices with Sat Nam. It means 'I am Truth' or 'Truth is what I am' and is a way to connect with our authentic self, beyond our perceptions and beliefs of who or what we think we should be.

    The mantra also appears in many of the meditation...

  • Visualisation to Go - Yoga Nidra.mp3

    72.4 MB

  • 40-day meditation practice.pdf

    1.07 MB

  • The How To Videos.pdf

    1.03 MB

  • Energy Beyond Breath - Six Week Programme.pdf

    1.15 MB

  • Yoga for Freediving -FAQ.pdf

    1.09 MB

  • Creating and Conserving Pranic Energy.pdf

    192 KB

  • Connecting with your source of infinite energy.pdf

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