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Jalandara Bandha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Jalandara Bandha books and related discussion.
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- 1 Manual 6.5
- Jalandhara bandha prevents prana from escaping the upper body.
- YOGA IN THE Field of Mental Health JEAN MC DONALD Irish Yoga
- Bandhas are very important;-Uddiyana Bandha, Jalandara Bandha.
- AMRITA GITA
- It includes Mula-Bandha or contraction of anus,. Jalandara-Bandha or chin-lock and Uddiyana-Bandha, drawing the belly backwards at the end of exhalation.
- HATHA YOGA
- Jan 4, 2008 Maha Bandha. 107. Maha Vedha.
- Oxygen consumption during pranayamic type of very slow-rate
- sternum (mulabandha, and jalandara bandha).
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- Yoga: Body and beyond
- The Jalandara bandha, or neck lock, draws the chin towards the throat. The Maha bandha, or great lock is when all three are applied together. Kriyas: The kriyas are six cleansing practices that clean the body internally.
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- Yoga Journal - Net-Bearer Bond
- Work on lengthening the back of your neck, releasing your shoulders, and opening your chest in poses like Sarvangasana and Setu Bandha Sarvangasana .
- How to Do Jalandara Bandha in Yoga | eHow.com
- How to Do Jalandara Bandha in Yoga. Bandhas are “locks” that are done in yoga in order to “seal” prana in specific ways for specific benefits.
- Vidanada - Writings on Yoga - Oakland Berkeley San Francisco, El
- The three most frequently referenced bandhas are mula bandha, uddiyana bandha, and jalandara bandha.
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