It’s the first time Prana Breath has 4 new languages in one single release, so meet version 8.1 with Arabic, Farsi, Catalan and Greek! Plus one useful feature in Guru version, for Progress tab: right drawer, that allows to set the stats showing for a specific training type as well.
Half a year ago we started working on “just a little minor update”, that now turned into big beautiful major 8.0! Hope you will like it as much as we do.
So here is a list of new features:
Prana Breath has got one million of installs! And we even doubted whether it was worth it to release 1.0 version ) Thank so much for all our users and volunteers for making our dream — a million of people who improve their lives with breathing — coming true!
More good news — the new major version is in beta testing process for this moment.
Version 7.1 is available, for the recent 7.0 version to work even better. There you can find the following:
Added for the Guru-version:
Additionally to the update, there are 3 new patterns on our wiki for those who are quitting smoking. Namely: against “cigarette of victory” – Smoking to celebrate , anti-“nervous cigarette” – Smoking to avoid anxiety , and against “cigarette of sadness” – Smoking to avoid sadness
It can be very helpful for your commitment, give it a try!
We’ve been working hard to get all the new features sharp-cut, and today we are ready to present the new major update – Prana Breath v. 7.0! Hopefully now you can enjoy your practice even more.
Here is new stuff that you will find there:
Finally, we introduce the last one, the sixth pattern from the series of “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura, ready for you.
It is “Broken wind breath” that works great for your diving skills. This pattern should be practiced by those of you who has mastered the previous 5 patterns, as it is really complicated for beginners.
New, the fifth pattern from the series of “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura, ready for you, that was suggested by Max Schubert from Munich, Germany (see the previous posts).
So here is “Snuffle-snuffle breath” that works great for your vitality level and cognitive abilities. This pattern should be practiced by those of you who has mastered the previous 4 patterns, as it is rather complicated for newbies.
Forth pattern from the series of “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura, ready for you, was suggested by Max Schubert from Munich, Germany (see the previous posts).
So here is “Treble breath” that is good for your mind and digestion. So get absolutely ready for your interesting and tasty weekend! )