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Breathing patterns

Broken wind breath

Finally, we introduce the last one, the sixth pattern from the series of “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura, ready for you.

It is “Broken wind breath” that works great for your diving skills. This pattern should be practiced by those of you who has mastered the previous 5 patterns, as it is really complicated for beginners.

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Snuffle-snuffle breath

New, the fifth pattern from the series of “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura, ready for you, that was suggested by Max Schubert from Munich, Germany (see the previous posts).

So here is “Snuffle-snuffle breath” that works great for your vitality level and cognitive abilities. This pattern should be practiced by those of you who has mastered the previous 4 patterns, as it is rather complicated for newbies.

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Treble breath

Forth pattern from the series of “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura, ready for you, was suggested by Max Schubert from Munich, Germany (see the previous posts).

So here is “Treble breath” that is good for your mind and digestion. So get absolutely ready for your interesting and tasty weekend! )

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7 by 7 breathing

To help you to learn something new & useful those March days, we’ve added one more pattern to the special section for extra preset patterns, recommended by you, our dear users.

Meet “7 by 7 breathing” – the pattern that helps to relax muscle tension while providing the feeling of stability. The great thing is that you can practice it in even walking!

As the previous two patterns (see the previous post),

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“Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura

We have created the special section for extra preset patterns, recommended by you, our dear users! Meet the first two patterns from there.

Both of those patterns were suggested by Max Schubert from Munich (Germany), and are the first two trainings from “Oriental Breathing Method” by Prof Takashi Nakamura.

Rhythmical breath – is used to clear the lungs fast & to strengthen them, and Prolonged breath improves thorax muscles and is good for your heart.

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Ha breathing

New pattern waiting for you in our wiki database – meet “Ha breathing“!

Try it and feel the power of Taijiquan fighter, with this little part of Tai Chi – Chinese internal martial art, meditation and health practice system!

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Square breathing & Pratiloma

Today we have 2 new patterns ready for you – “Square breathing” and “Pratiloma”!

Square breathing is one of the simplest breathing exercises, and can be easily learned by a child! It might be a good first step, still it has a powerful effect! Read more & download here: Square breathing at Encyclopedia

Did you know that “Pratiloma”, meaning “the other way around”, is also a Sanskrit adjective being used to name the unequal marriage (disapproved by society),

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