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The belly breath of pranayama

The belly breath of pranayama

  • Find a comfortable place to sit or lie down.
  • Breathe in through your nose and fill your lungs from the bottom up, first expanding your belly, then your chest, and finally raising the collar bones.
  • Pause.
  • Then gently exhale from top to bottom, using your stomach muscles to push out the last of the air.
  • Pause. Then repeat.

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