Yogic Breathing Exercises: Improve Your Breathing

Here are some yogic breathing exercises that anyone can do, some of which can be done by anyone and others can only be mastered with a yoga teacher or other qualified practitioner.


This yogic breathing exercise originates from India and is part of the world of pranayama breathing technique. Pranyama is actually a combination of two Sanskrit words, prana refers to subtle life energy and pra means “peace” in Sanskrit.

Therefore, the practice of pranayama is about exercising control over subtle life energy, and yama means “control.” Each of the pransayamas breathing exercises has a specific method for certain results and nothing is left to chance, so try to find your favorite.


Believe it or not, there is much to know about exhaling through the nose, but how accurate does it sound? This alternative to nostril breathing is also known in the yoga world as “nostril breathing” or “Nadi-Shodhan.”

The left nostril is connected to the right brain and is associated with creativity and the ability to think, think and concentrate.

Breathing through the left nostril has a calming and cooling effect and the nostrils are also associated with female energy. The left brain is responsible for logical thinking, and of course, the right nose is connected with it, and breathing through it has a calming, cooling effect.

Breathing through the right nostril stimulates and stimulates, and the nostrils are also associated with male energy, so breathing through the nostril can cause the same effect.

After a day or a few hours, breathing through a nostril will be more dominant, but it is not known which nostrils are dominant. You know that the breath flows through the other, and you don’t know whether it is dominant or not, just that it flows.


If the left nostril is dominant, you are ready to be creative, but if you start thinking about food or thoughts, the right nostril will probably dominate. Place your index finger under your nose and breathe in and out through the same nostrils as you exhale.

It is also wonderful when you sit and meditate, or you can choose a creative or logical activity. This alternative nostril breathing is used to balance breath, mind and emotions. It’s a great tool if you feel confused and need to switch from the dominant nostrils to a more balanced perspective.

For instructions, please see this video for a quick overview of breathing exercises, as well as links to the videos below for more information.

Bhastrika has a certain reputation as a yogic cappuccino, but it means bellows, and it is a powerful inhalation and exhalation that uses an old-fashioned bellows to ignite the flames of fire.

What makes bhastrika soooo good for you is that it is invigorating and calming and fills you with a sense of calm, tranquility, peace and tranquility even in the midst of intense stress.

This is not a complete list of yogic breathing exercises you can do, but just a few of the most common. They work perfectly with these cardio exercises!

You can breath as much fresh air as you want in Central Park!