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It's easier to take a deep breath in a still or slow pose, but what if it's a faster flow yoga? That would be harder.
Many practitioners, especially beginners, get confused when they breathe fast. If you breathe in a mess, so will the movement. So how do you keep taking a deep breath in this case?
1. Relax and prolong your breath
Tension can lead to faster breathing, so the first step is to relax. Feel the body, equal force, the more relaxed the lighter.
Stay relaxed, the lungs can enter more air, can transport more oxygen to the body, and the movement is more stable.
2. Create space for diaphragm respiration
Shrug and bow back will make it harder for the lungs to enter the air, and the diaphragm will be more difficult to actively assist in breathing. Therefore, the spine continues to extend, the chest opens, the abdomen opens, creating space for breathing.
However, some poses, such as flexion and folding, squeeze the breathing space. At this time, we need to focus on breathing and create space.
3. Find your rhythm
Sometimes, in order to keep up with the teacher, they mess up their own rhythm. In fact, don't be afraid not to keep up with the pace of the teacher, the teacher's skills for many years there, you do not have to force
Listen to the voice of your body and find your own rhythm so that you don't hurt your body. Your body is the best teacher.
If the rhythm is too fast in class, stop to rest. Slow down, it's safer. When it's ready, go on. The lungs can be filled with more air for muscle work.
4. stay aware
Breathing is a bridge between the body and consciousness. Learn to control breathing, you can control the rhythm of the body, the body's consciousness. The classroom rhythm is fast, instead gives you a chance to find the connection between the body and breath.
5. Extracurricular interest adjustment exercises
The best way is to adjust the interest rate before class. Usually you can also do some breathing methods, so that their breathing is more stable and in-depth, so that in the classroom, regardless of the pace, can maintain a deep breath.