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Breathe

by Lucy L Pirner

Yogic breathing techniques to reduce stress and balance mood. Includes a guided relaxation for sleep.
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Breathe Introduction
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
2:58 album only
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2. Balancing / Calming: The Full Yogic Breath
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
2:01 album only
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3. Dirgha Pranayama
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
10:03 album only
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4. Balancing / Calming: Alternate Nostril Breathing
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
2:14 album only
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5. Nadi Sodhana Pranayama
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
10:05 album only
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6. Calming: Ratio Breathing with Containment Pose
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
2:17 album only
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7. Ratio Breathing with Containment Pose
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
10:04 album only
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8. Calming: Bee's Breath
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
1:52 album only
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9. Brahmari Pranyama
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
9:58 album only
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10. Energizing Breaths
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
3:27 album only
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11. Skull Shining Breath (Kapalabhati Kriya)
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
5:51 album only
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12. Bellows Breath (Bhastrika)
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
7:07 album only
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13. Right Nostril Breathing (Surya Bhedna)
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
10:09 album only
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14. Guided Imagery for Sleep
Lucy L Pirner, Ms
11:55 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Here you will find eight yogic breathing techniques to help you manage your stress and balance your mood. Be sure to listen through the whole CD once to familiarize yourself with the flow so you can decide the best way to use it. In general, when you are feeling sluggish or depressed, you would choose the Energizing Breaths. Anxious? Practice the Calming Breaths. Feeling restless and down? The Balancing Breaths are perfect. Stress typically causes sleep problems, so I have included a guided imagery for sleep. Namaste.

Precautions
It is important to know that yoga is not a substitute for medical care. If you are taking medications and/or seeing a therapist, continue to do so. If at some time you decide you want to discontinue medical treatment, discuss this with your providers and make a sound plan.

Yoga can support any therapy. If you have any spine, respiratory or cardiac issues, it is best to talk with your doctor before starting a yoga program. There are some specific cautions with two of the Energizing Breaths, Kapālabhāti and Bhastrikā . Do not attempt Kapālabhāti or Bhastrikā if you are pregnant, menstruating, have vertigo, abdominal pain, or have been diagnosed with a Bipolar Disorder. In addition, you will want be careful practicing the Energizing Breaths if you have high blood pressure, heart disease, a history of stroke or epilepsy, have acid or heat related gastric issues such as ulcers. If you are dealing with any of these issues, the Energizing practice of Sūrya Bhedena will be most appropriate for you.

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