Easy yoga: Pranayama for every day/Alternate nostril breathing/Bhastrika/Abdominal Breath/Yoga

Easy yoga: Pranayama for every day/Alternate nostril breathing/Bhastrika/Abdominal Breath/Yoga



hi welcome to my easy yoga
today I will show you some pranayama techniques
pranayama is referred as
a breathing technique but not only
this is intaking life force from the universe
observe
the breath as a spectator don’t force
just feel
we will continue with abdominal breath
extend your belly forward, to the side, maybe
even backwards and down to the base of the
spine
energetical action that help us create control
over the muscles
feel your abdominal area as one big balloon
even though we breathe through our lungs,
imagine the breath
create that space in the abdominal area
feel the natural pause between the breaths
exactly the moment when our mind finds peace
inhale up tp the collarbones
feel the breath up to sahasrara chakra
full yogic breath is my favorite pranayama
because you can do it everywhere
it is not just breathing technique but you
also develop awareness and control over your
muscles
create this space in
the upper part of your body
bhastrika
battery of my headphone is low {apparently
they were off all the time and I was only
recording with the mic of the phone this is
why the audio quality is not so good}
forceful inhalations and exhalations
bhastrika is cleansing
the
lungs and energizing
check my previous video for detailed explanations
of bhastrika
we continue with alternate breathing
Chandra bhedan left nostril breathing
close the right inhale through the left
close
the left exhale through the right
moon
suriya bhedan right nostril breathing
sun
close the left inhale through the right
close the right exhale through the
left
inhale right
exhale
left
we are cleansing the balancing the nadis
energetical channels in
our body we have 72 000
three major
sushumna from the base of our pelvic up to
the crown chakra
connecting the major seven chakras
kundalini energy sleeps in the base of our
spine
ida left Pingala right
ida – tha Pingala – ha
Hatha
kind of like Ying and Yang from
the Chinese medicine
alternate brething anylom vilom
with kumbaka retention of the breath is called
nadi shodan
{my microphone is again off, apparently was
never connected}
inhale left close off exhale right
inhale
right close exhale left
feels really good when you perform pranayama
outside
in fresh air
I really hope you are also allowed to do it
I am very grateful that we here are allowed
to go outside
and practice outdoor activities as long as
we keep the social distance
have a blessed day
thank you for watching
Namaste


Easy yoga: Pranayama for every day/Alternate nostril breathing/Bhastrika/Abdominal Breath/Yoga


All credits go to Yordanka Naydenova