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.
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pránajáma
pránajáma
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