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Uddiyana Bandha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Uddiyana Bandha books and related discussion.
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- Mula Bandha
- Mula Bandha: The Roots of the Ashtanga asana practice.
- The Bandhas, Prana and Apana
- Uddiyana bandha purifies the prana and the nadis – the subtle passages prana – balancing the action of mula bandha to contain the apana.
- Yoga Lifestyle Iss One Ideas
- Bandha, or a variation of Uddiyana Bandha. Uddiyana Bandha is actually a complete.
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- What to Expect From an Ashtanga Yoga Class
- You might hear your teacher mention your bandhas, and what they're referring to are the two main "locks" or "seals" you hold: mula bandha is the anal lock, and uddiyana bandha is the lower abdominal lock.
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- Uddiyana Bandha - Abdominal Lock
- Jul 31, 2007 Definition of Uddiyana Bandha, the abdominal lock. Uddiyana Bandha is one of the interior body locks used in yoga and breath exercises.
- Uddiyana bandha - WikiHealth
- Feb 9, 2007 In yoga, Uddiyana bandha is both a type of pranayama , breathing technique as it is one of the three key yogic energy locks.
- Bandhas in Hatha Yoga
- There are three classic bandhas; mula, uddiyana, and jalandhara bandha. When practiced together they are called tri-bandha.
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