Life In Balance - Kapalabhati Breathing
Sunday 7th January 2 - 3.30pm Frampton
- 10 British pounds£10
- Frampton on Severn
Often known as “skull-shining breath,” Kapalahbhati comes from two Sanskrit words: Kapala, which translates to “Skull,” and Bhati, which means “light.” It’s an exercise that purifies, rejuvenates, and invigorates the mind and body. When you practice this breath, visualize your skull filling with a bright light; this is how its name came about. This cleansing breath can help you not only release stress and toxins from the mind and body, it can also help release negative emotions, shake off sluggishness, and energize. It consists of a series of forceful exhalations followed by passive inhalations; you’ll find steps at the end of this article on how to perform it. We will discuss this breathing technique and add it to our yoga flow.
Village Hall, Frampton on Severn, Gloucester, UK