Prana means life force (noted particularly as the energy), and Yama can be translated as to restrain or control the prana, implying a set of breathing techniques where the breath is intentionally altered in order to produce specific results.
Pranayama brings balance in a sympathetic and parasympathetic system of our body and influences the flow of prana in the Nadis (energy channels) of the Pranamaya Kosha (energy body).
Many people tend to think meditation is the same as Yoga. The truth is, meditation is a part of yoga which deals with mental relaxation and concentration. Here, attention is focused on thoughts and breath. Being aware of breathing automatically controls the thought process and thus relaxes mind completely.
Relaxation resulting from the slowing down the breath is the key. The regular practice evokes latent capabilities and clarity of thought.
Mystique Moksha Pranayama and Meditation session is aimed to reduce stress, increase self-awareness and improves concentration.