The best thing about practicing prana yoga, is that it is simple: you don’t have to be flexible or physically fit, and you don’t need a lot of space or time in order to do it. You do, however, have to be able to sit comfortably and breathe.
We can use our breath to calm and balance ourselves, to energize the body and mind and to maintain our overall health.
Educated in the prestigious Bihar University of Yoga in Munger, India and in the well-established Mandala Yoga Centre, Wales, Lennon has over 15 years’ experience of teaching yoga and adult education.
He has an academic background in Adult Ed and Learning and Development, he is a qualified Life/Executive Coach. His keen interest is in helping people make the most of themselves and to improve the quality of their lives.