Added by on August 6, 2013 This is ancient breath technique that relaxes and energizes the body at the same time. Please subscribe to my channel here: http://…




  • Hunter Fite 7 years ago

    Breeding breathing…

  • mynameis677 7 years ago

    I have been reading the Andre van Lysbeth book on Pranayama – the art of breathing. It’s very helpful to see a demonstration and receive guidance on this. Thank you.

  • 52andlearning 7 years ago

    thank you so much for this instructional video. i have taken yoga classes and this explanation is the only one that has helped me understand how to breathe. i feel great after just these short minutes!

  • Daniel Pieczanski 7 years ago

    Esther, gracias, es uno de los videos mas hermosos que has hecho. Exelente

  • dilkepyar86 7 years ago

    have u heard of swami ramdev… he does AMAZING yoga and everything associated with it. amazing video. ty

  • kyayaki 7 years ago

    hey yogatic, i was wondering… when you start yoga, and you become flexible, do you always have to keep stretching? if not, then will it effect the body?

  • yogatic 7 years ago

    Yes for some poses you will have to warm up or your body will suffer..

  • yogatic 7 years ago

    You can purchase my yoga DVD on . The title is “improvers daily practice”. I am considering writing a book, time is an issue though… One day for sure!

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  • PhilEmanS 7 years ago

    snake is moving

  • mavericksmind 7 years ago

    Klinkt als engels met een nederlands accent 🙂

  • Nishasandeep Kumar 7 years ago

    aweseome videos!

  • Axel Shaw 7 years ago

    beautiful. Thanks as always!

  • Sylphadora 7 years ago

    Great vid!! 😉 The best tip I’ve ever read on how to constrict the throat to get this breath is to pretend you’re checking your breath of fogging a window -that’s the kind of constriction you have to apply to your throat. When you fog a window or check your breath, you’re exhaling while constricting your throat just like that. Now you only have to do that with your mouth close, and then you also inhale keeping the throat muscles in that position.

  • Chillerbill 7 years ago

    Good stuff lieverd.

  • Sunya Clark 7 years ago

    i did this practice and i got emotional and in tears is that normal??

  • yogatic 7 years ago

    Yes, this practice relaxes your system so build up stresses tension emotions etc may come out! Great though you will feel lighter if you allow it fully…

  • Te Blas 7 years ago

    Great video, thank you! I have a question.

    I have a problem with the length of breaths, I can barely count to 3 while inhaling/exhalng.
    But I’ve noticed that when I constrict/tense the abdominal muscles – in a way that I’m pushing the air out of my lungs while exhaling I can even count to 7.

    Should I lengthen the breath by consciously pushing the air out by constricting/tensing abdominal muscles? Is that the right technique?

  • raczyk 7 years ago

    Is the ujjayi breath suppose to be used thought the whole yoga practice session?

  • sym78 7 years ago

    I have often tried it but it keeps hurting my throat

  • Serenity113 7 years ago

    I have anxiety. Can this be used to help myself while in a state of panic in the car?

  • Sarcy58 7 years ago

    The breath is great during Yoga. Do not over do it if you are fairly new to it. I have been practicing yoga for about 3 years now. Best thing I have discovered so far. 🙂

  • TechtronicMountain 7 years ago

    I just don’t know how to “constrict the back of your throat”. I would really like to know 🙁

  • TechtronicMountain 7 years ago

    … but… How????

  • TechtronicMountain 7 years ago

    I certainly do not constrict the back of my throat when checking my breath or fogging a window

  • Seba M 7 years ago

    Thank you Esther for the great videos. I feel kind of congestion in my face when I exhale… Normal..?

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