Bhastrika Pranayama {Breath Of Fire}-Steps And Benefits

Position: – Meditation Posture (like Padmasana ) Focusing Chakra: – On the Manipura Chakra. Pronunciation: – bah-STREE-kah. The word “Bhastrika Pranayama” is comes from the Sanskrit word Bhastrika, which basically means breathing like a bellows (धौंकनी). Bellows is a device for producing a strong current of air which was used to fan fire in Ancient[…]

Kapalbhati Pranayama {Steps And Benefits}

Kapalbhati Pranayama is a breathing techniques that exert profound physiological effects on cardiovascular, and mind also. Kapalabhati Pranayama needs breathe coordination at higher rate and thence, higher rate of metabolism muscle activity, that made strengthening of the metabolism muscles and resulted in improvement of respiratory organ operate. In Kapalbhati Pranayama we exhale with stroke. Most important point to remember, is that when you are exhale while[…]

Udgeeth Pranayama {Steps And Benefits}

  The Udgeeth Pranayama is most easy and common pranayama among all the 8 daily Practice Pranayama according to “Patanjali yog sutra”. Pranayama is also known as “breathing exercises”. It is the art of conscious breathing. All it takes could be a little investment of your time on a daily basis to reap the wonderful edges[…]

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Anulom-Vilom Pranayama {Steps And Benefits}

Anulom Vilom Pranayama (अनुलोम प्राणायाम) is one of several Pranayama or breathing exercise used in the practice of Hatha yoga. At first you have to understand the meaning of Anuloma and Viloma .In this the first word Anu roughly translates as with and word Loma means hair implying “with the grain” or “natural”. And meaning of  Viloma is “against the grain.”[…]