Skull Cleanser Part II

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Sanskrit: 
Kapalabhati
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Part II takes you through a couple rounds of Kapalabhati and introduces a visualization, and the reason why it is called the Skull Cleanser.

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When to do breathing exercises
manuela milanesi 11 months ago

Hi David! when would you do breathing exercises? before yoga/ after yoga/ it doesn't matter?
Cheers from Denmark
Manuela181

Nice variation
enikgo99 1 year ago

We did this in my class once (my first time ever doing it, and what brought me to this video because I enjoyed it so much) and the teacher had us block one nostril with our finger, do the exercise, and then block the other and repeat. So, just close the nostril by pressing the side closed gently, breathe for however many counts, and then do the other side. I like to start off with both open first, then closed, and finish open again.

Visualizing ?
Bizou 1 year ago

I found it quite challenging to visualize energy going in and out or up through my spine as fast as I am breathing. I guess that will take time... Outside of that, I love this technique! Thank you!

skull cleanser part I and II
ccaldwell 2 years ago

Great technique! I have been suffering from sinusitis for five days, and finally had one nostril clear and decided to try these. I have felt immediate movement of the congestion, and relaxation of my tired lungs. Thank you!!

Quick Question...
cholcomb 3 years ago

Is Kapalabhati the same as "The Breath of Fire"?