This simple, yet powerful yoga pranayama (breathing exercise), is great for deep breathing, opening up energy pathways and improving your respiratory systems. It is a perfect pranayama for starting out your yoga set with.
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Now stay my friends, and welcome to the ongoing video series here in master meditation. This particular video today is part of the yoga priom videos that we have been doing and today, we are going to demonstrate a great priom with which to start of your yoga set or start of you are condoning the yoga cria. This priom awaken your energy. It gets you going. It is kind of like breath of fire in that sense. And that also ignites your energy channels but this priom really concentrates on developing their lung capacity, building the elasticity of your lungs and improving your circulation and other functions of your respiratory system. I do not want to go into too much of a caution, benefits, etc. You, find all those on the article on the master meditation. Here, I want to focus on giving you a demonstration of how to do this wondering priom. This priom is called Full Part Breathing. You can do it with various mood rests but I would like you to learn to do it using the following posture. So sit up nice and straight. Relax everything, relax the tummy, you relax the abdomens; relax the diaphragm, the shoulders, chest, faces relaxed. The chin is slightly tucked in like a shoulder at attention. It is a lying at the back of your neck with your spine prevents you from getting dizzy. And bring your hands together in prayer pose. They are not quite touching my sternum as I would if was actually going to practice prayer. There are actually about four inches or so away from my chest. Elbows are up and I am applying slight pressure against the palms. So there is slight pressure being applied against the palm. You will notice, this creates contraction along the muscle running along the center of your back. Now, I am going to inhale in full parts, and exhales in full parts. By the fourth inhalation, I will have completely filled my lungs with air to his maximum capacity by fourth exhalation; I would have expelled all the air out of my system. So, four parts to inhales, four parts to exhale all the while applying pressure against my palms. Here is the demonstration of this priom. (Demo) It is a nice simple exercise, it will get your energy going, gets you started, get you ready for your set as often the priom, we would start our yoga sets with when I was under my teachers training program with Robbie. So, embrace this priom, added to our repertoire, use it, benefit from it, master it, and enjoy it. Thank you everybody. God bless you all. La maste.

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