Pranayama Painting

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In yoga, pranayama is another name for the “breath.” The goal of any yoga practice is to find a calm and relaxing breath so that in situations where you may feel frustrated, angry, or sad, you can use different breathing exercises to calm yourself down. Pranayama painting is a great way to practice breathing exercises and create some fun art all at the same time! 

Supplies

  • 8.5” x 11” White Construction Paper
  • Plastic Straws
  • Washable Paint- variety of colors

Instructions

  1. Place a few drops of paint on the white paper.
  2. Holding the straw above the paint drops, begin to blow and watch as the paint splatters throughout the paper.
  3. Continue until you are satisfied with the design. 
     

Sara Gottfried Instructor & Teacher Trainer In-Training

Sara Gottfried
Instructor & Teacher Trainer In-Training

A dedicated and enthusiastic yogi, Sara thrives in the ability to spread yoga and mindfulness in a variety of settings. Sara is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, a Certified Children’s Yoga Instructor, CPR/AED Certified, and Level I Balanced Athlete Trainer. Having worked with children in a variety of settings, Sara understands the many struggles that children face on a daily basis. Sara teaches with creativity, encouragement, and passion, ensuring that each child has a beneficial and unique experience. Sara creates smart children’s yoga classes, targeting the three types of learners- auditory, kinesthetic, and visual. She is constantly creating and tweaking yoga classes so that children can thrive emotionally, mentally, and physically.