Pranayama is a Sanskrit word which consists of prana and ayama. Prana means self-energizing life forces and ayama means extension. Pranayama may be defined as expansion and control of prana through various yogic techniques. In a simple way, we can say that pranayama is a combination of systematic exhalation and inhalation.
Pranayama, a form of Yogic breathing where control over prana is achieved.
Pranayama cleanses 72000 nadis or channels in the body.
The deeper breathing enriches the blood with oxygen.
Jalaneti is a process of cleansing the nasal passages with salt water. This allows free breathing so that air can enter the lungs unimpeded by mucus and dirt which easily builds up during the day.
Jalaneti or Nasal cleansing is a very ancient technique.
Cures respiratory illness such as Asthma, Allergies, High Fever, Sinusitis, cold & influenzas.