Full Yogic Breath. Also known as ThreePart Breath is the pillar of Pranayama. The first technique any new yoga practitioner must learn.

It teaches you to respire fully and completely. These three parts are the abdomen, diaphragm, and chest. 

Please, follow the playlist from the first video. There is important information you need to know. Read and assume our health advice before going to practice.

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When you are born you breathe with your belly naturally. During your life as for most people, your breath starts to travel up it seems! And so, just by living we use less and less of our lung capacity. If doing so, the lower part of your lungs are actually not really used and are not active as it should, therefore it will causes trouble when getting older. 

Embodying Full Yogic Breathing in your life will help you to use your lungs more efficiently during daily life and activities, and its regular practice will expand your lungs and torso to maximum capacity. 

If your lungs are less active you are no longer able to keep them healthy and to clear out the accumulated mucus, dust and dirt from the bottom of your lungs. Once you are done with washing disses the used water is drained by pulling the plug from the sink. Your lungs do not have a plug to pull, the only way accumulated dirt can get out is going up!  

Once Three-Part Breath is learned properly it provides the understanding how to breathe when you continue your practise in follow up breathing exercises of  Yoga Knowhow Pranayama toolbox, like Ujjayi, Kapalabhati, Bhastrika and others.  

Full Yogic Breath Part One

Follow the playlists from the beginning as there is important information you need to know in order to properly practice Full Yogic Breathing.

Be gentle with yourself, if you feel dizzy or anxious relax and return to practice only when ready It’s important that you take responsibility for your own practise by acknowledging and respecting our Health disclaimer

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