LEARN TO BREATHE

Plāvinī Pranayama

Plāvinī pranayama has been buried for a long time. This technique is precious. It teaches us about the sparks of life that generate breath by listening within and catching their force.

This breathing technique is done by taking a normal inhalation unobstructed by any technique.

For the best results this technique is done in Savasana the corpse pose which is a posture done for rejuvenation in yoga. To do this lie with the back flat on the floor.


Plāvinī Pranayama Intro mp3


Instructions
Rest on your back comfortably with the hands beside the hips in Savasana. This is a posture in yoga where you rest completely.



Stage 1- Plavini Pranayama
Breathe in with ease.

Relax at the top of the breath for a moment without straining the heart.

Exhale with ease and relax the muscles as much as possible.

After exhalation relax. Wait until a strong signal is sent from the navel chakra. It feels like a spark. Catch it and inhale.

Try to lengthen the time of stillness after exhalation.

Leave a little air in the lungs after exhalation. This allows a longer duration to be achieved after exhalation as well as deeper relaxation during his time.





Stage 2 - Plavini Pranayama
Breathe in with ease.

Relax at the top of the breath for a moment without straining the heart.

Exhale with the lips pressing together. Allow a little hole so that the air can escape with only slight pressure. Pursed lip breathing.

After exhalation relax. Wait until a strong signal is sent from the navel chakra. It feels like a spark. Catch it and inhale.

Try to lengthen the time of stillness after exhalation.

Leave a little air in the lungs after exhalation. This allows a longer duration to be achieved after exhalation as well as deeper relaxation during his time.


Plāvinī Pranayama mp3



Stage 3 - Plavini Pranayama
Breathe in with ease.

Relax at the top of the breath for a moment without straining the heart.

Exhale making a slight hissing sound "hhhhh" like in Ujjayi Pranayama.

After exhalation relax. Wait until a strong signal is sent from the navel chakra. It feels like a spark. Catch it and inhale.

Try to lengthen the time of stillness after exhalation.

Leave a little air in the lungs after exhalation. This allows a longer duration to be achieved after exhalation as well as deeper relaxation during his time.




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Based on a book by B.K.S Iyengar
Light on Pranayama: The Yogic Art of Breathing

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