Yoga for Health - Sheetkari Asana

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / May 24, 2010

Vinita Gogia, meditation therapist,  performs the sheetkari pranayama or hissing breath To start, sit in any meditative position, open your lips and fold your tongue towards the throat, touching the tongue’s tip against the upper palate. Inhale deeply and slowly through your mouth generating a hissing sound. You can feel the air touching the back of the throat. Close your mouth while rolling back your tongue. Inhale through your nose without opening your mouth.


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