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From Physical to Nonphysical: Accessing Pranic Awareness

Stability in asana opens the door to healthy, diaphragmatic breathing; and healthy, diaphragmatic breathing then, becomes the bridge from physical awareness to nonphysical awareness to pranic awareness. In this practice, Luke Ketterhagen invites you to challenge yourself. Find the subtle balance between grounding yourself through working with the legs and pelvic region, and expanding your awareness through working with the abdominal region. Somewhere in the middle, you become more fully established in your own innate power.

Format: Video with audio download
Length: 49 mins

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About the Teacher

Luke Ketterhagen

As a young boy, Luke had a very strong desire to help others and live a healthy lifestyle. After graduating magna cum laude from Marquette University with a degree in biomedical sciences, Luke immersed himself in the studies and practices of the Himalayan Tradition through residential programs at the Himalayan Institute. His stay of over seven years in residence fueled Luke’s passion to share this knowledge. He has opened yoga studios and launched programs at centers and retreats from Venice, CA to the Hudson Valley; from Dallas, TX to Fond du Lac, WI. Luke and his family live in Westchester County, NY where he specializes in hatha, meditation, and the yogic lifestyle. In addition to teaching retreats and certification programs at the Himalayan Institute, Luke teaches locally, nationally, and internationally and leads spiritual excursions.

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