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Types of Yogasana
Yogasana – for Beginers
Yogasana – For Intermediate Practitioner
Yogasana – For Advanced Practitioner
Path of Yogasana
Styles of Yogasana
Precaution Before Yogasana
Yogasana For Diseases
Yoga to Relieve Menopause Symptoms
Yoga for Varicose Veins
Yoga for Cervical Spondylosis
Yoga to Improve Digestion / Yoga for Constipation and Gases
Yoga for Arthritis
Yoga For Asthma
Yoga for Lungs Disorder
Yoga for Insomnia
Yoga to Improve Memory and Concentration
Yoga for Backache
Yoga To Improve Body Posture
Nadi Shodhan Pranayama
Anuloma Viloma Pranayama
Anuloma pranayam means pranayam with natural breathing.
Sit comfortably in meditation pose (Padmasana, Siddhasana or Swastikasana) with erect spine. concentrate on the normal breath for a few minutes.
Place the index finger and middle finger of right hand at the eyebrow center (Pranayama Mudra).
Use thumb to close right nostril and close left nostril with the ring finger and little finger.
Inhale deeply with both nostril, hold breath, as per capacity, for that close both nostril with fingers.
Exhale each breath alternately through the left or right nostrils.
The ratio of time period of purak: Abhyantara kumbhaka: rechak (inhalation: hold: exhalation) should be 1:4:2.
Benefits of Anuloma Pranayam
It strengthens the digestive, respiratory and nervous system.
It helps to keep the mind calm, happy and peaceful.
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