Yoga for Health - Ujjayi Pranayama

Date: 2010-05-24
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Vinita Gogia, meditation therapist, according to Ujjayi Pranayama is known to work wonders for people suffering from thyroid problems. Sit in a comfortable meditative position with your hands in gyan mudra. Close your eyes and start taking in slow and deep breaths through your nose. The back of your throat should contract as you inhale. Fold your tongue back so that the underside is pressed against the palate. This will automatically make a steady hissing sound that must be without fluctuations. In the beginning, you can do ujjayi pranayama for 3 minutes or as much as you can without losing the calmness of your body and letting the sound be smooth.
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