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When practicing yoga, do you control your breath, or is your breath controlling you?

Stamp the blue words on it and pay attention to us! Breathing is very important to practice yoga.

However, this sentence is easy to say and not much can be really understood.

This understanding does not mean that your brain understands, but whether you have experienced it yourself.

Pranayama before practice: in the pranayama stage before practicing yoga, we will emphasize that we should bring consciousness to the breath, observe your breath, do not interfere with the breath, and let it flow naturally.

The relationship between body and breathing when practicing asanas: when breathing, because the body is quiet, it is easier to let the breath flow naturally without controlling it.

However, when practicing yoga asana, if the course intensity is relatively high, or an individual asana is relatively difficult, you will often hold your breath or shortness of breath.

At this time, forget your breath, or let your breath compromise because you want to do that asana.

At this time, we should adjust in time.

First of all, we should realize that it is to let the body flow with the breath, rather than let the body control the breath.

When practicing, you should completely surrender to breathing.

No matter what posture you do, you can’t hold your breath or breathe quickly at the cost of sacrificing the basics.

The more you want to do this pose, the more you think about it, the worse it will be; The more you put breathing first and Asana second, asana is very natural.

Completely surrender to breathing: Yoga is not about controlling your breathing.

You just don’t interfere with your breathing.

Let it flow naturally.

Breathing itself is much more intelligent than you think.

Breathing also doesn’t try to control your body.

Your breathing knows how to be good for your body.

Follow your breathing practice.

Your breathing is the teacher who knows you best.

After you’ve read it, you can watch it before you go 👍。.

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