Kumbhaka pranayama

Yoga Resistance Breathing for Respiratory Muscle Training

Ray Yoga Resistance Breathing for Respiratory Muscle Training

In today’s hyperactive, stressful and hyper-connected world of overstimulation and pollution, keeping respiratory muscles strong, happy and healthy is a major challenge. A great way to establish a healthy body and joyful mind is to strengthen your respiratory muscles optimally with special yoga breathing exercises. 

In this guide, we’ll introduce deep resisted yoga breathing techniques and its various uses and benefits. We’ll then show you several ways you can verify and uses its power. You can use it alongside with your daily yoga exercises,  meditations, and medications.

This is a great way to overcome the difficulties of panic attacks, anxieties and hyperventilation. It has vast array of beneficial effects in the three domains of physical health, mental health and cognitive performance.

What is Respiratory Muscle Yoga Training?

Yoga resistance breathing is different from the traditional yoga breathing techniques. The traditional 15 yoga breathing techniques include: 

  1. Bhastrika Pranayama (Breath of fire)
  2. Kapalabhati Pranayam (Skull shining)
  3. Anulom Vilom (Alternate Nostril Breathing)
  4. Ujjayi Pranayama (The sound of ocean waves)
  5. Bhramari Pranayama (Humming bee breath)
  6. Surya Bhedana (The solar breath)
  7. Chandra Bhedana (The lunar breath)
  8. Kumbhaka Pranayama (Breath retention)
  9. Sheetli Pranayama (Cooling breath)
  10. Simhasana (Lion’s Breath)
  11. Mrigi Mudra Pranayam (Deer seal breathing)
  12. Dirga Pranayama (Long breath)
  13. Udgeeth pranayama (Chanting breath)
  14. Plavini Pranayama (Floating breath)
  15. Murcha Pranayama (Swooning breath)

However, the Ray respiratory muscle yoga resistance breathing training is a new way to improve strength or endurance of the inspiratory or expiratory muscles.… Read more..