PRANAYAMA

KAPALBHATI

‘Kapala’ is a Sanskrit word which means skull. ‘Bhati’ means to shine. The term ‘Kapalabhati’ means an exercise that makes the skull shine. This Kriya cleans…

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BHASTRIKA

In Sanskrit, Bhastrika means ‘bellows’. Rapid succession of forcible expulsion is a characteristic feature of Bhastrika. Just as a blacksmith blows his bello…

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BHRAMARI

Sit on Padmasana or Siddhasana. Inhale rapidly through both nostrils with the sound of Bhramara, the bee and exhale rapidly through both the nostrils making …

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ANULOM-VILOM

Sit on Padmasana or Siddhasana in your meditation room, Close right nostril with the right thumb. Draw in the air slowly through the left nostril.Then close …

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SITAKARI

Fold the tongue so that tip of the tongue might touch the upper palate and draw air through the mouth with a hissing sound C C C C (or Si, Si, Si, Si,). Then…

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SITALI

Protrude your tongue a little away from the lips. Fold the tongue like a tube. Draw in the air through mouth with a hissing sound Si. Retain the breath as lo…

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