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Mind Your Breathing The Yogi’s Handbook with 37 Pranayama Exercises

Author Name: Sundar Balasubramanian Ph.d, C-IAYT | Format: Paperback | Genre : Health & Fitness | Other Details

Sundar Balasubramanian shows us that this ancient yoga practice is about more than relaxing—it can change us at the cellular level.

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Mind Your Breathing: The Yogi’s Handbook with 37 Pranayama Exercises is from the award-winning author Sundar Balasubramanian

In this work, Sundar compiles popular Pranayama techniques, their ingeniously modified variations, and some brand new exercises stemming from the ancient Siddha wisdom.

This book, which captures the essence of the wisdom of centuries along with the innovations resulting from the author’s ongoing research into the subject, is the best gift to your Yogi friend.

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Sundar Balasubramanian Ph.d, C-IAYT

Dr. Sundar Balasubramanian is a researcher from the Department of Radiation Oncology, at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC, USA currently studying the effects of smoking in cancer radiation therapy. Sundar is a Yoga Biology researcher as well. He published the seminal work connecting Pranayama and salivary biomarkers, and uses Pranayama and other Yoga methods in various clinical and social settings.

 Although he has a Ph.D in Biochemistry, Sundar’s passion for Tamil literature is the driving force for his innovations in Yoga research. He is the author of PranaScience: Decoding Yoga Breathing, and has produced several audio albums including Chanting IS Pranayama. Sundar grew up in Karambakkudi, a village in Tamil Nadu, India. He was a speaker of TEDxCharleston 2015, and is an acclaimed researcher in the field of Pranayama. He travels worldwide to teach workshops, immersion programs, and to train other Yoga teachers and academic researchers in the area of integrative health using Yoga methods. Sundar is working on installing an Endowed Chair specifically to research on Yoga. He lives in Mount Pleasant, SC, with his wife and their three children.