How to do Practice Pranayama

How to Practice Nadi Shodhan Pranayama

  1. First sit comfortably on your mat in sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take a few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing. Now close your eyes and with your right hand make Pranav Mudra (mainly used while doing pranayama).
  3. The left hand should be above on your left knee with Gyan or chin mudra.
  4. Now close the right nostril with your right-hand thumb and then deep inhale and fill your abdomen with air, then close the left channel of the nostril with little and ring finger and exhale deep, thereafter inhale with the same nostril again and then close the left nostril and fully exhale with the right nostril.
  5. This will count as one cycle now repeat the cycle 4-5 time after relax your body by normalizing the breath.
  6. If anyone wants to become advance then try Kumbhaka (retention of breath) after every inhale and exhale.

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How to Practice Surya Bhedi Pranayama (Sun Piercing Pranayama)

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing. Now close your eyes and with your right hand make Pranav Mudra (mainly used while doing pranayama).
  3. The left hand should be above on your left knee with Gyan or chin mudra.
  4. Close your left nostril with your little and ring finger and deep inhale with right nostril fills the abdomen.
  5. Close your right nostril with your thumb and exhale empty your lungs.
  6. This is one cycle repeat it 4-5 times after that make your body gentle and calm with normal breathing.

Pranayama Yoga Benefits and Types

How to Practice Chandra Bhedi Pranayama (Cooling Pranayama or Moon piercing)

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing. Now close your eyes and with your right hand make Pranav Mudra (mainly used while doing pranayama).
  3. The left hand should be above on your left knee with Gyan or chin mudra.
  4. Close your right nostril with your thumb and deep inhale with left nostril fills the abdomen.
  5. Close your left nostril with your little and ring finger and exhale empty your lungs.
  6. This is one cycle do it 4-5 times after that normalize your breathe and make your body relax.

How to Practice Ujjayi Pranayama

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take a few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing.
  3. Inhale from your both nostril at the same contract the throat by which a very subtle sound is produced, when air passed through a narrow channel it creates a sound.
  4. Breathing should not be loud.
  5. Hold the breath in between your heart and throat.
  6. Exhale by doing the same process with contracting throat, releases all air from your abdomen.
  7. This is one cycle practice it 4-5 time then release your body slowly make you breathe calm.

Types of  Pranayama

 How to Practice Sheetali Pranayama

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing.
  3. Take your tongue out from mouth and roll the tongue to make a shape like a tube.
  4. Inhale deep through the channel of your tongue.
  5. Retain the breath inside with the help of Kumbhaka.
  6. Gradually expel the breath outside from the nostrils and retain the breath again.
  7. This complete one cycle practice 4-5 times after that calm your body and normalize your breath.

How to Practice Bhastrika Pranayama

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing.
  3. Then inhale and exhale from both nostrils repeatedly at the same ratio 10-15 times
  4. Then hold the breath outside with Kumbhaka.
  5. This process should be performed in rhythm and quickly.
  6. This is one cycle performed it twice or thrice and then relaxes and calms your body and mind with normal breathing.

How to Practice Bhramari Pranayama

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing.
  3. First close you’re both ears with your thumbs and put your ring and middle finger over your closed eyes and your index finger should be on over your eyebrows this is Shat Mukhi mudra simply you closed your eyes with your middle and ring finger and ears with the thumbs.
  4. Inhale deeply with your both nostrils.
  5. Exhale slowly, create a buzzing, vibrating sound through your throat and feel it over your mind and whole body.
  6. This is one cycle practice 4-5 times after that slowly open your eyes and normalize your breath.

How to Practice Kevali Pranayama or Kevali Kumbhaka

  1. Sit on your mat in any comfortable posture like sukhasana, padmasana, or siddhasana ensure that your spine and neck should be straight.
  2. Take a few breaths to relax and make a gentle pace of your breathing.
  3. Deep inhale with both nostrils and be aware of your breathing when it passes through the spine where all the chakras present.
  4. Feel the breath from root chakra (mooladhara chakra) to nose tip when it through all the chakra and retain the breath on the Anahata chakra(presented behind the heart at spine) as much as you can.
  5. Again feel the breath from nose tip to the root chakra when exhale and retain the breath again on Anahata chakra.
  6. This is one cycle practice 4-5 times after that slowly open your eyes and normalize your breath.

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