Tibetan breathing exercise

Breathing is a technique to open the blocked channels of mind and body. Breathing exercises can restore one’s regular energy by cleaning the three main channels (ro-ma, u-ma, Kyang-ma). There are many different ways of breathing. One of the best methods is the practice of rLung Ro Gu Trug. It is a centuries-old practice from Tibet. The best time for this exercise is during the early morning, in clean air and on an empty stomach.

This exercise will relieve blocked channels, headache, back pain, neck pain, muscle stiffness, and helps respiration, clears the mind, regulates the body-mind energy, balances the emotions and opens blocked chakras.

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Here are various parts of the exercises. For further details, you are welcome to attend the yoga workshops or discuss it with Amchi Lobsang during the consultation.

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Stay calm & relax your mind

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2

Stretch your arms 

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3

Keep thumb under the ring finger and make fist

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4

Bring both fist to the heart chakra

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6

Bring both fist up to the heart chakra again

Bring your fist to your knees

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Exhale firmly through your nose while descending the elbows

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8

Stretch your fist to the front firmly

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9

Stretch your left hand slowly and bring fist under your armpit 

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With the left index finger, close the right nostril, inhale deeply through the left nostril and hold as long as you can

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Shift the index finger to the left nostril, slowly release the breath through the right nostril

Repeat picture 10 + 11 total 3x

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12

Strech your arms & let it flow

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Repeat picture no. 2 - 8 and continue with picture number 13 - 16

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Stretch your right hand slowly and bring fist under your armpit 

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With the right index finger, close the left nostril, inhale deeply through the right nostril and hold as long as you can

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15

Shift the index finger to the right nostril, slowly release the breath through the left nostril

Repeat picture 13 + 14 total 3x

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Strech your arms & let it flow