tibetan yoga

Tibetan Yoga – The Nine Breathing Exercise

  • Sit in a cross-legged position or in a chair, keeping the spine erect. Breath in deeply through the mouth.
  • Close off the ear with the right thumb and close off the right nostril with the ring finger.
  • From the left nostril, exhale in three slow breaths.
  • Change the hand; with the left thumb, close off the ear and close the left nostril with the ring finger.
  • Breathe once through the right nostril in three slow inhalations.
  • Repeat three times and exhale finally through both nostrils in one long breath.
  • Remain in meditation.
  • Relax your body.
  • Empty the mind.
  • Wish that every living being overcomes their own suffering.


Helps your digestion, purifies the wind channels, calms your mind and develops a compassionate heart.

More about Tibetan Yoga

  • The heart is supported by the element of WIND.
  • Wind flows through the body channels transporting blood and consciousness day and night until the end of life.
  • The body requires the five elements: WIND, FIRE, WATER, EARTH AND WOOD.
  • These five elements blend with the 72,000 channels in the body. The wind, mind and essence of the seed of life merge.
  • Meditation and yoga help clean the channels.
  • When the channels are clean, the wind can flow freely.
  • When the wind circulates, the essence of the drops (seed of life) becomes balanced.
  • If these drops are balanced, the mind opens, the body becomes healthy and divine wisdom can naturally arise.

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