Yogi Coudoux is a world-famous yoga master. An athletic, sixty-two-year-old, he has an absolute command of his body that lets him accomplish incredible postures. In "Breathing Life, the Yogi reveals innovative techniques that will lead to long-term health for anyone, through self-knowledge and the mastery of self. Describing exercises that are simple and accessible to all, regardless of age, sex, or physical condition, he provides a program that will restore confidence, self-esteem, energy, flexibility, and restful sleep while ending problems of anxiety, pain, stress, and anger. Photographs and line drawings illustrate his techniques. At the heart of the author‘s remarkable program lies his art of breathing. Following teachings handed down from his father, the Yogi has become a foremost interpreter of "PRANAYAMA YOGA", or the art of breathing.
The son of a Tibetan yoga teacher, he moved to Paris and opened his own schools of yoga and kung fu at the age of twenty. Over the years, hehas become world-renowned for his exceptional feats: he can squeeze his entire six-foot frame into a 50x43 cm glass cubicle, hold his breath for minutes on end, and even stop his own blood flow. He performs regularly in public, not to shock his audiences, but to heighten awareness of the influence emotions have over our bodies.