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Kumbhaka is the central practice of traditional Hatha pranayama; there are two types of retention: after an inhale (antara), and after an exhale (bahya)
Ujjayi is the "springboard" for all other formal pranayamas
In this seated pose, you can kneel on a folded blanket to pad the knees, shins, ankles, and the tops of the feet.
Kapalabhati is a traditional internal cleansing technique (kriya), and can be used as a simple warm-up for formal pranayama
Sometimes considered a preparation for pranayama, other times a formal practice in itself.
A traditional hand seal or gesture used for controlled pranayama.
There are two versions of Single Nostril Pranayama: Surya Bhedana (Sun Piercing) and Chandra Bhedana (Moon Piercing)
Svara Yoga is outlined in a somewhat obscure traditional text.
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