pranayama

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pranayama

(ˌprɑːnəˈjɑːmə)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) (in yoga) the art of breath control, practised as an aid to concentration

pranayama

Breathing exercises that form part of yoga.
Translations
pránajáma
pránajáma
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I undertook my training in the Buteyko Breathing Technique studying under Patrick McKeown, just one of a handful of practitioners to study directly under and be accredited by the late Dr Konstantin Buteyko, the founder of the technique.
No matter what the cause of their stammer, or its severity, students like Musharaf, Victoria and Debbie will all be taught how to overcome it, by using the same simple breathing technique.
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The athlete complained of difficulty breathing after a long-distance run, and based on Brachial Chain testing results, we decided to teach him the breathing technique of inhaling through his nose to his belly, then exhaling by "sighing"--no forceful breathing through pursed lips.
She begins the session gently with an explanation of proper breathing technique, and shows how to modify exercises for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
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