Hatha-style asanas to mobilize the chest and pelvis in preparation for meditative pranayama. In order to develop our lungs, increase our breathing volume and breathing coordination we use the ancient practice of traditional Indian pranayama (Kriya yoga lahiri mahasaya tradition) with special rhythms. Pranayama in this variation supports meditative attentive breathing based on our chakras and channels in the body. We will try to slow down our breath and increase the pauses between inhalation and exhalation to change the gas composition of the blood with time (more CO2 and less O2). This will improve the capillary blood circulation, increase the brain’s plasticity and rebuild the work of the brain’s hemispheres. As a result, we’ll be benefiting from an opening of special hypersensitivity in the subtle bodies, rejuvenation of internal organs, rebooting of the nervous system, improvement of cognitive functions of the brain, and an absolutely clear and calm state of mind.