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Pranayama: Kapalabhati (Skull Shining Breath)

Pranayama Kapalabhati - Breathwork to Boost Your Immune System

Pranayama Kapalabhati – Breathwork to Boost Your Immune System

Pranayama Kapalabhati - Breathwork to Boost Your Immune System

Pranayama Kapalabhati – Breathwork to Boost Your Immune System

This is a short video explaining how to practice Kapalabhati, a breathing exercise which is often translated to ‘Skull Shining Breath’. Kapalabhati is a steady repetition of short, powerful exhales and passive inhales. You’ll be focusing on exhalation and let inhalation to happen automatically.

Caution:

Do not practice Kapalabhati if you are pregnant. You may want to stop during the 3 days of your moon cycle and practice slower paced Kapalabhati towards the end of your moon cycle.

Benefits of Kapalabhati

Kapalabhati balances all Doshas and it purifies the Five Elements. Practicing Kapalabhati is great for your skin as it is said to aid the removal of toxins from your body. It is also meant to help boost your immune system and improves lung capacity.

If you don’t know your Dosha (Ayurvedic mind-body type), go ahead and take this quick quiz now!

Disclaimer: By engaging with this exercise video, you agree that you understand that physical exercise involves strenuous physical movement, and that such activity carries the risk of physical injury. You understand that it is your responsibility to judge your physical capabilities for such activities and to stop immediately if in any discomfort.

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If you are struggling to make better food and lifestyle choices and curious to know what Yoga style to practice, the first step is to take my Dosha quiz and discover your mind-body type!

You will then receive some practical tips & advice on which foods, lifestyle habits and Yoga poses are best for your specific Dosha.

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Struggling to make better food and lifestyle choices and curious to know what Yoga style to practice for your unique mind-body type? The first step is to take my Dosha quiz and discover your Ayurvedic mind-body type!

Discover Your
Mind-Body Type – Dosha!

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Aligned & Balanced

Aligned & Balanced is a content-packed 6 week online course where you will learn how you can integrate Yoga & Ayurveda into your daily life by creating a healthy daily routine that is aligned with natural rhythms and your ‘true nature’.

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