Kapalbhati pranayama means skull-shining breath – so this practice actually helps to clear our head, bringing a sense of focus and clarity
Its action creates a cleansing process on many levels – both physically and mentally – purifying, rejuvenating, and invigorating the mind and body.
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Kapalabhati should not be practiced by pregnant or menstruating women.
It is also contraindicated for individuals with high or low blood pressure, heart disease, hernia, gastric ulcer, epilepsy, vertigo, migraine headaches, significant nosebleeds, detached retina, glaucoma, history of stroke, and for anyone who has undergone recent abdominal surgery.
If you experience vertigo during or after this practice, please discontinue until you can consult with a qualified yoga teacher.
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