The full yogic breath is a combination of 3 types of natural breath: abdominal, thoracic and clavicular breathing. In this way of breathing, lungs are solicited in their entirety, which generates an important supply of oxygen to the cells. It is necessary to be comfortable with the abdominal breath before practicing the full yogic breath.



  1. Lying down on your back in relaxation pose.
  2. Inhale. Inflate the abdomen, the chest, then the clavicular area.
  3. Exhale. The abdomen and the chest slowly deflate.
  4. Then practice in a sitting position.


  • Ventilates lungs thoroughly.
  • Optimizes blood and cells oxygenation.
  • Optimizes elimination of CO2 from blood and cells.
  • Relaxes solar and cardiac plexuses.
  • Soothes the nervous system through its action on the parasympathetic system.
  • Eliminates emotional tensions.
  • Recharge the organism with vital energy (Prana).


Are breathing exercices any good for the brain ?

Yes. Breathing exercises have a very beneficial influence for the brain because an important supply of oxygen is provided, particularly during the retention of the breath. Moreover, some techniques such as the alternate nostril breathing allow to balance both brain hemispheres, hence optimizing the practitioner's mental faculties.



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