Alternate nostril breathing

Discover the power of alternate nostril breathing techniques to improve focus, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. Learn how to incorporate this ancient practice into your daily routine.
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Alternate Nostril Breathing (Nadi shodhana pranayama in Sanskrit) is a beginner breathing exercises yoga pose, that belongs to the abs and chest. Follow the Pin link to learn more about this asana in our Yoga Pose Directory – a free guide for yoga teacher training students and at-home practitioners alike! ©WorkoutLabs

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Nadi Shodhana or alternate nostril breathing is a grounding, breath-work technique that is rooted in the yogic traditions. In this practice, you use your finger and thumb to gently alternate opening and closing your nostrils while you breathe smoothly and continuously.