The “P” factor of the BARPS Method devised by Navtej Johar to practice asana more effectively is poise. Poise in asana practice marks that “think-before-you-leap” moment which may precede not only any asana or movement but even every breath. Apart from the conventional desa (place), kala (duration) and dik (direction) of breath that the yogic texts talk about, this workshop will also offer enquiry-meditations and visualizations (dharanas) to help evoke an object of attention that may both draw and finetune the flow of breath. The aim of this method is to foster a practice that absorbs the breath-attention in an object–internal or external.
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