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Pûraka-Kumbhaka-Rechaka - Yogadarshana
Pûraka-Kumbhaka-Rechaka. Yogadarshana – Yoga y Meditación (http://www. abserver.
Pranayama, técnicas de respiración Prana significa energía
Espiración (Rechaka). Retención con los pulmones vacíos (Bahir Kumbhaka). Pranayama y la mente.
Rechaka is most important in the process. While performing Rechaka, it is to be performed by way of effecting a push with the help of abdomen muscles.
Yoga Therapy in Practice - Mind Publications
According to Svâtmarâma, the three cardinal ma- neuvers of prânâyâma are puraka (inhalation), rechaka. (exhalation), and kumbhaka (controlled end- inhalation.
Intermediate, Advanced A, Advanced B Series - Philippa Asher
Sit in “Padmasana”, or a comfortable cross—legged position _ T6. Inhalations ( puraka) and exhalations (rechaka) should be as slow and steady, as possible ' _.

Suggested Web Resources

Types of Pranayama - The Divine Life Society
The ratio between Puraka, Kumbhaka and Rechaka is 1:4:2. Puraka is inhalation. Kumbhaka is retention.
Madhya Rechaka Pranayama - YouTube
May 31, 2010 Madhya Rechaka Pranayama. yiddam ... Mastering Rechaka pranayama 2:1 breathing - Swami Rama - Duration: 4:38.
Mastering Rechaka pranayama 2:1 breathing - Swami Rama
Nov 25, 2015 Swami Rama says: Now, this exercise—first you do this. Now, with that, gently do one to four exhalation, and then eight. And now inhale four ...
Yoga Point - Pranayama, Yoga Practices, Breathing, Pranayama types
While studying Nadi Shuddhi Pranayama, we have reviewed in detail how the Pooraka, Kumbhaka and Rechaka should be performed and the conditions or ...
The Four Stages of Breathing -
The third stage, exhalation, is called rechaka. Like inhalation, it too should be smooth and continuous, though often the speed of exhaling is different from that of ...

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