Essential Yoga Practice

Kapalabhati

Kapalabhati is described here for those participating in Yoga Mentoring with Radhika-ji. Kapalabhati means "makes the forehead shine". It is one of the Shatkriyas or cleansing practices. It is not only useful for cleansing the body of kapha (phlegm), but purifying and energizing ...

Bhastrika Pranayama - The Bellows

Bhastrika is described here for those participating in Yoga Mentoring with Radhika-ji. Bhastra means bellows. In Bhastrika the abdominal muscles move in an action similar to that of a blacksmith's bellows, churning up the fire in the body.  How to practice Bhastrika Sit with the head, neck...

Nadi Shodhanam Pranayama - Alternate Breathing

Nadi Shodhanam or Alternate Breathing is described here for those participating in Yoga Mentoring with Radhika-ji. Nadi Shodhanam means purification of the nadis, the energy channels. Nadi Shodhanam is preparation for meditation. It is one of the finest pranayama practices.  Nadi Shodhanam...

Sushumna Kriya Pranayama

Sushumna Kriya is described here for those participating in Yoga Mentoring with Radhika-ji. Sushumna Kriya is an especially fine practice and when practiced daily over a long period of time, leads to deep meditation.  Before you start Sushumna Kriya you must have already...

Sandhya Kriya Pranayama or Sushumna Awakening

Sandhya Kriya or Sushumna awakening is described here for those participating in Yoga Mentoring with Radhikaji. Sandhya means twilight. Dawn and dusk are the times of twilight, a mystical time when day meets night and night meets day. In the Samaya Tradition, we see Sandhya as: a simple...

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