"extension of the prāṇa" or "breath control


Pranayama is the conscious awareness of breath: the life force that both energizes and relaxes the body. The term is derived from the Sanskrit, prana, meaning "life force," and Ayama, meaning "extension." Pranayama is an integral part of yoga.

It is said in the yoga science this pranayama cleanses 72,000 Nadis or channels in the body. It helps purify the blood and the respiratory system. The deeper breathing enriches the blood with oxygen. As a matter of fact, large amount of oxygen goes to the brain, lungs, heart, and capillaries.


There are many types of pranayama:

1. Anulom Vilom- Alternate Nostril Breathing.

2. Bhastrika – Bellow’s breath.

3. Ujjayi – Victorious breath.

4. Seetlee , Sheetkari.

5. Bharamari- Humming Bee breath.

6. Surya Bhedi – Right nostril breathing.

7. Chandra Bhedi- Left nostril breathing.

8. Kapal Bhati.

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