Full Yogic Breath

The Full Yogic Breath is the most basic pranayama, reminding us that, in order to breathe correctly, we need to engage the diaphragm as well as the intercostal muscles in the chest. When we inhale, the abdomen should bulge outwards and the chest should expand forwards, upwards and sideways. Both chest and abdomen relax and…

Bhramari Pranayama

Fly like a bird, hum like a bee. Bhramari Pranayam, also known as Humming Bee Breath, is perfect for calming the mind, body, and senses. Benefits of Bhramari Pranayama Calms and quiets the mind Releases cerebral tension Stimulates the pineal and pituitary glands, supporting their proper functioning Soothes the nerves Relieves stress and anxiety Dissipates…

Kapalabhati

Breath of fire, kapalabhati emphasises exhalation above everything else. In kapalabhati the exhalation is active, with inhalation playing a passive role. Kapalabhati forces us to rethink our automatic breathing with a technique that is energising, rather than calming, and cleansing and heating, rather than cooling. Benefits of Kapalabhati Kapalabhati is intended mainly for cleaning the…