Added by on August 5, 2013

This is part 1 of 7 dynamic, kundalini, pranayama exercises that are practiced in a sequence. For more videos visit the…




  • ashwinmy 7 years ago

    Some of the best videos that I’ve seen on this topic…thanks..Sure appreciate your effort.

  • zenkanak 7 years ago

    One of the best on You tube in Pranayam series . Looking forward to more in Yoga series.

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  • Kristy Thomas 7 years ago

    I love this series!! Thank you so much for putting it together and making it available.  🙂

  • spektaloza 7 years ago

    A lot of sources claim it might be dangerous to practice Pranayama without a teacher arranging the practice depending on the health and set of mind of the student.
    What do you think?

  • MegaPorcelet 7 years ago

    in my opinion, that depends on the exercices you’re practising

    practicing, for example, basics in pranayama that you can find in any “yoga for dummies” book won’t hurt you and help you improve your health without any danger…

    practicing much more complex stuff can be dangerous, but is mostly dangerous because people who engage in that kind of training don’t have the proper fundamentals to avoid any accident and don’t listen to their body (that’s why most of the time, a teacher can guide you)

  • spektaloza 7 years ago

    Thanks for the reply (tu es francais aussi non?)!

    You still need to draw a line between basic and complex.
    Some say to focus on mudra and ratio. Some don t.

    Surya Bhedana (right nostril breath) and Chandra Bhedana are sometimes comsidered basics. Sometimes it is indicated that your condition is very important in chosing which or either to do (and also not to do them on the same day).

    Uddiyana Bandha is sometimes preented as very advanced and sometimes not…

    You can PM me for discussion.

  • Natasha Webster 7 years ago

    I have met a true kundalini master- dr pradeep ullal. he is a himalayan yogi, a spiritual scientist. he helps people awaken their kundalini safely through shaktipat and then guides them for safe rising of kundalini. our true inner power has to rise through pure grace, and internalizing kriya . i recommend aspirants to realize the true extent of their journey of self realization. when body is not ready, it just struggles to cope with rising energies. visit pradeepullal com and contact the yogi

  • Mark Kinder 7 years ago

    Pranayama can be dangerous if taught incorrectly. Typically, those who are mentally unstable, have emotional problems, pitta imbalance, or are taking psychiatric medication, as the increase in prana can enhance their problem and make their condition worse

  • Mark Kinder 7 years ago

    However, unless someone is practicing long breath retention exercises then most pranayama exercises and kriyas are safe, if they are taught properly. This sequence has been tried and tested on thousands of people with only positive benefits from the lineage of Dr ? Vasant Lad

  • wakanu7 7 years ago

    You have explained the practice of kapalabhati very simple, even a child casn get it. Namaste.

  • M Das 7 years ago

    How does a beginner start? Do we just do one exercise at a time and master it ? When do you suggest that all the exercises are done in one sitting ? After how many weeks of practicing individual breathing techniques should one do them all together?

  • Mark Kinder 7 years ago

    These pranayama exercises and kriyas are quite safe. I’ve been teaching them for a few years now and people from all walks of life have benefited. Pranayama only becomes dangerous when one practices long breath retentions before they are ready, especially when practicing alternate nostril breathing.

  • Mark Kinder 7 years ago

    I uploaded the full 40 minute sequence so look out for it.

  • Igor Kuleshev 7 years ago

    Hey! I’m Katie.I did -35 lbs past one week.Open

  • kiran bakhai 7 years ago

    great!!!!”love d video very much

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