Breath of Fire / Kapalabhati

Benefits: This breathing technique involves passive, normal inhalations and powerful, rapid exhalations. This style of forced exhalation may reduce stress, boost brain function, and improve respiratory health. It’s also said to strengthen the abdominal muscles and improve digestion. It is grounding and centering.

If you practice the Breath of Fire 3 to 15 minutes every day, it is the best way to keep the blood purified. 30 minutes of Breath of Fire regulate the pituitary gland.

If you want to feel calmer, centered and focused – make that Breath of Fire an automatic part of your routine, for 40 days, and you’ll see radical shifts for your mind, body and spirit.

Cautions: Breath of Fire should not be done by menstruating or pregnant woman, or children younger than 16.