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Nadi Shodhana Pranayama - The cleansing breath - Yoga Blog

submitted 2 months ago, Wednesday, Aug 2, 2017, 05:04:56 by omyogaacademyindia in Health / Fitness / Wellness
Nadi Shodhana Pranayama - The cleansing breath - Yoga Blog
Pranayama is a compound word which constitutes of the two words Prana and Ayama. Where prana stands for vital energy, Ayama for extension. Pranayama means to extend the vital energy. The practice of Pranayama can be taken up safely and profitably only as a part of the full yogic discipline and when adequately prepared of other accessories of yoga such as Yama – Niyama and Asana. The yogic practitioner must understand its rationale and limit to which one can go with safety in the manipulation of breathing for the sake of promoting physical and mental health.
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