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What You Get:

  • Live, interactive daily practice on ZOOM with Ira and team Yog Love 

  • Learn a systematic, simple, and complete practice of breath work that you can use for a lifetime

  • Have dedicated question and answer sessions with Ira for personal attention 

  • Access to daily  recordings so you can practice missed classes 


  • Live Practice (Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday) 7:00-7:30 AM IST 

  • Special Meditation Class On (Sunday) 7:00-7:30 PM IST

  • * All timings are in IST 

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“When you control your breath, you control your mind. When you control your mind, you control your life. The key to a good life lies in the breath.”- Ira Trivedi 


Prana is the force that propels the universe. It is the life-force within each one of us.  We can clear obstructions in the flow of prana by regular breathing practice and established awareness. Pranayama refers to the control of this subtle energy, by controlling the three aspects of breath: inhalation, exhalation, and retention. 


This 21 Day Pranayama challenge for beginners and advanced students alike, uses simple movements, breathing exercises and breath work to help you breathe better. We learn the fundamentals of Pranayama that will serve you for a life time. 


Discover one of the most effective methods for self-healing by joining this 21 Day Pranayama Challenge.

Benefits of 21 Day Pranayama Challenge

Positive Mindset

This 21 Day Pranayama program for beginners and advanced students alike can modify the PH (acid/alkaline) of your blood. There is no food, exercise, or prescription that works as swiftly as this.

Stay inspired  with this live, online Yoga Challenge

A daily practice, at a set time with the vibrant energy of a teacher and a community will keep you motivated to maintain a regular practice.

21 Day Pranayama Challenge is proven to help in reducing stress levels.

Proper, controlled breathing can aid with sleep, tension, and anxiety by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system. 21 Day Pranayama Challenge will help you de-stress and relax.

First Step to Practicing Yoga

To raise energy, prepare for exercise, or boost the body's natural defenses, rapid, pulsed breathing produces a sympathetic nervous system reaction.

Better Heart Health in 21 Days

Diaphragmatic breathing stimulates the Vagus Nerve, lowering heart rate, blood pressure, and stress levels.

Boon for Respiratory Health

Increased CO2 levels in the blood can help people with severe respiratory diseases like asthma.

At Home Pranayama Program for Relaxation

Breathing exercises are medically proven to help with digestion, sleeplessness, stress, and anxiety. Pranayama for relaxation should be a core part of your everyday yoga routine.

Breathing Practices we will learn  

Kapalbhati Pranayama

Kapalbhati kriya, also known as Skull Shining Breath, is a powerful breathing technique used by yogis. This is a method that alternates between quick explosive exhales and extended inhales. Kapalbhati  is a great way to boost your concentration. This online Pranayama Challenge focusses on Kapalbhati in detail.

Anilom Vilom or Nadi Shodhana Pranayama

Anilom Vilom Pranayama refers to a purification of the body as the name is made up of two Sanskrit words: "Nadi," which means "nerves," and "Shodhana," which means "cleansing" or "purification." This pranayama is used to bring the body's energy system into equilibrium.

Ujjayi Pranayama

"Ujjayi Pranayama” comes from the Sanskrit word "Ujjayi," which means "to conquer." It’s a deeply soothing breath that stimulates a rest and relaxation response in the body.

We also learn the minor pranayams practices like Bhramari,  Surya Bheda, Chandra Bheda, Shitkari, and Sheetali.

Wondering How?

  • Daily online classes with Ira and team Yog Love on zoom

  • Access to recordings for the 21 Day Pranayana program so you can do your practice even if you miss the class 

  • A WhatsApp group to keep you motivated and inspired through the practice.


  • Improvement in Lung Capacity

  •  Improved Immune system functions

  • Regulation of digestion, metabolism, and circulation 

  • Reduce anxiety, stress + supportive therapy for depression

  • Special focus on Covid Recovery 

  • Improved skin


Prayanama is a good way to start  your day. The power of breathing in and out is more than anything else. focusing on your breath is the best way to overcome all your worries.
I would recommend everyone, to learn the actual way of breathing in and out. There are things which only experts could tell us, which are more beneficial than the asanas.



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