Skull Shining Breath (Kapalabhati)

Illustrated yoga poses of women performing the Skull Shining Breath

Skull Shining Breath is a Pranayama, or breathing posture in Yoga. The basics of Skull Shining Breath is using an “active” exhale and a “passive” inhale. Skull Shining Breath can help Yogi’s with bloating and gas issues and is known to help with belly fat as well as have some mental health benefits, calming the mind and bringing clarity.

Collection of outlined drawings of people doing the Skull Shining Breath

To do Skull Shining Breath, sit in Easy Sitting Pose and place the hands on the knees, either palms up or down. Take a deep breath in through the nose and when ready exhale all the air out of the lungs. Next, make the breaths shorter and use the diaphragm to push out the breath, making the exhale more intense than the inhale. Do this, somewhat quickly, 20 to 30 times and when ready exhale all the air out of the lungs and return to normal breathing.

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Skull Shining Breath elevations (men & women), outline silhouettes

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