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Pranayama techniques

Also known as yogic breathing technique. Pranayama is all about working in the prana dimension. Here prana is the vital energy required by our physical and subtle layers of the body to survive. The technique involves the correct regulation of prana for better health.

What is Pranayama?

Pranayama implies breathing exercises to improve the physical and emotional states in our body by freeing the breath which allows the circulation of prana - life energy. Pranayama can supercharge your whole body!


The benefits of Pranayama

Pranayama if done right can help strengthen the respiratory organs. We examine the lower, middle, and upper bits of the breath and control the internal breath, support, and exhalation of the breath.


Our breathing models are connected to our emotional states. We will inhale then again when we are enraged, when we are invigorated, tired or when we are restless. Regardless, it works the substitute way also. We can calm or engage ourselves by changing our breathing models. Without a doubt, in any event, getting some personal time to intentionally end up being more aware of our breath can help us with starting to adjust our enthusiastic states.


Pranayama techniques affect our body parts differently as different asanas/yoga postures do. Most breathing techniques are done with sitting upright resembling postures like Cross-legged Pose, Hero's Pose, or Lotus Pose. You need to breathe very smoothly and evenly and not be pushed even after breath support.


Whatever as Kapalabhati Pranayama (Skull Shining Breath) is invigorating and detoxing with a speedy state of mind and strong stomach compressions to eliminate the breath.


In Nostril Breathing or equal breathing, internal breaths and exhalations are comparably long.


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