YogaV 001 _ BREATHE PROPERLY WHILE DOING YOGA
People can fast for many days, but hardly anyone can stop breathing for many minutes. You can do one sport or another, or you can not play sports, but you all have to breathe.
Everyone, from adults to babies, from women to men, still breathes.
However, how to breathe properly, that is to say to breathe in the best way for health (whether you play sports or not), is not that everyone knows it, it is not that everyone is aware of learning.
So, how does one understand the “good breathing” for simplicity and ease? In fact, the goal of finding one way or another is simply to: Ensure the most efficient gas exchange.
This means that there are unfortunately ways to breathe incorrectly, which means that even if you try to inhale and exhale, it still does not guarantee the amount of oxygen the body needs, At the same time, the excretion of carbon dioxide and other toxic gases from the body is not in time leading to poisoning by the body.
On the other hand, poor breathing also makes the nervous system constantly stressed, the mind is not easy to be calm, and it is difficult mentally to have proper self-control and control.
Bad breathing has led to a constant lack of oxygen, the body is often tired with long yawns that end without understanding why. People with bad breathing will possess a body with a chronic fragile physical and mental condition will be easy to lose self-confidence.
In addition to the possible and observable consequences mentioned above, bad breathing can also lead to consequences that are difficult to recognize by its indirect effects. This is for yoga practice in particular. Those who have a bad way of breathing, I would like to mention here a superficial breathing (breathing through the chest), often have trouble getting the necessary concentration. For them, it is difficult to have a real meditation each time you practice and it is difficult to get muscle training to reach the thresholds necessary to reach and exceed its temporary limits. They will end up with their very low limit, even if their yoga time can last for months, years …
When people practice forever and do not see progress, people will soon become discouraged.
When people practice forever and do not see a marked improvement in their effects – physically and mentally, people become discouraged as well.
In particular, when people practice but often experience accidents, not only do they not perform well, but they suffer the consequences, but they will definitely turn their backs on the practice.
However, the reality of observation shows that one can easily be attracted by beautiful postures or fun shapes with “many people involved”, or postures easy to practice but heard that it has an immediate effect, etc.
On the contrary, the breathing lesson is rather one of the less interesting yoga postures, such as meditation postures, recovery postures, etc.
However, even if you do not want it, we have no other choice if we want to practice good yoga and if we want to have a healthy and positive body as desired. And, we must pay attention to the good practice of breathing techniques before, during and after yoga.
If you have a good habit of breathing, the right way to breathe will serve you for the rest of your life, even if one day you do not practice yoga or any other sport – even if each of us is in bed due to illness or old age.
To be able to breathe more and more efficiently and daily, we have to practice it regularly. We must be aware that breathing exercises – perhaps not the first exercise in life – but it would be the last exercise of life that each of us can practice.
The practice of yoga is not like dancing or circus but it is really a movement of companion of the body and the spirit. Therefore, yoga requires that people practice it with patience and fidelity. The practice of yoga is the exercise of all the strength of the muscles with the mind, of the heart with an endless passion for the discovery – to discover and to experiment oneself!
Following YogaV-00, YogaV 001 will help you understand and practice the exact skills needed for proper breathing:
- Distinguish superficial thoracic breathing from deep abdominal breathing.
- Differentiate upper and lower abdominal breathing
- Distinguish breathing in 2 phases with breathing in 4 phases.
- During the practice, you will master the breathing techniques in 4 phases and apply them in each posture, each real situation during the practice of yoga.
If you have an interest in the practice and if you are ready, follow and practice very carefully by following the content and progress of this video. You can only feel the content and the spirit transferred in the video if you practice this lesson carefully, in a quiet space and with the necessary focus.