Alternate Nostril Breathing Technique Tutorial | Nadi Shodhana Pranayama – Yoga Breathing

By | October 29, 2018

This is a Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing) Technique Tutorial

Today, I’m going to be showing you have to do alternate nostril breathing or nadi shodhana which is a pranayama or breathing technique in yoga. Everyone can benefit in this simple breathing practice unlike some of the more stimulating breathing techniques in yoga, this one is safe for pretty much everyone to practice. If you have high blood pressure or pregnant like me, you can simply modify this breath by taking shorter inhales and shorter exhales. I’ll walk you through all the steps in a moment. For now, know that alternate nostril breathing balances your nervous system, it bring the right and left hemisphere of the brain into balance and helps draw your attention inward. In fact this technique is so effective at calming your nervous system and it’s actually my favorite technique to practice before I come to sit for meditation. You might find it easier to meditate and quiet your mind if you practice nadi shodhana pranayama first.

How To Do Alternate Nostril Breathing: Pranayama & Meditation (15 Mins):

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