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YAB YUM Didgeridoo Pranayama


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Summer Solstice is a potent time. It is the peak of the Summer, where we are suspended in space for a moment, before the long decent to winter solstice. This is the perfect moment to take time out on the inside and breath together as one. 

Age requirement 14+ due to the need for silence and the powerful nature of the practice.

Please Bring a yoga Mat, thin shawl and water. 

Didgeridoo Pranayama is a breathing practice distinct from other breathing practices. It's focus is on energising the para-sympathetic nervous system and creating good clear energy on the inside. The focus is on the relaxed exhale. It is not a breath-work/rebirthing emotional expression workshop. The thread is the music and the way the group moves together, breathing as one.

More About Didgeridoo Pranayama:

World-renowned musician Si Mullumby has developed a unique, uplifting workshop using the sound of didgeridoo, meditation and breathwork to cultivate prana - life-force energy. Experience the powerful resonance of the didgeridoo that will guide a collective journey through breath into a grounded, blissful state of energy and clarity.

From meditation on sacred sound of Aum, you’ll transition into the special repetitive breathing technique, held in motion by the vibration of the didgeridoo. Experience the primeval, rhythmic oscillations that will activate the para-sympathetic nervous system to ground and connect you to spirit.

Didgeridoo Pranayama is a workshop that offers all the virtues of playing didgeridoo without all the years that it takes to master. For the first time Si is sharing his life’s work exploring the power of breathing patterns as a tool for actively exploring the inner realms. 

Yab Yum Yoga

484 Albany Highway Victoria Park Victoria Park 6100, Australia

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Simon Mullumby
Simon Mullumby

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