Free Online Yoga Breathing Exercises (Yoga Pranayama) E-Book

Summary:  The Free Online Yoga Breathing Exercises Book is a collection of the Yoga Pranayama and breath control exercises available on Mastery of Meditation. Any new Yoga breathing exercise that is added, can be easily found from this page, thus making it simple to locate and incorporate into your daily Meditation & Yoga practice.

Free Online Yoga Breathing Exercises (Pranayama)

Hatha & Kundalini Yoga Pranayamas

Welcome to the Free Online Yoga Breathing Exercises (Pranayama) E-Book.  Yoga pranayamas are breathing exercises for expanding, purifying and optimizing your entire mind-body-spirit complex.  It is the science of breath control. 

This book will explain and detail the best pranayamas and breathing techniques from the different branches of Yoga (Kundalini, Hatha, Raja, etc.) and other schools of breath control.  The breathing techniques from this book will be part of the Online Meditation and Kundalini Yoga Classes, that are hosted here on the Mastery of Meditation website, but these exercises can, of course, also be used by you in your own daily yoga, meditation or fitness practice.  The layout of the book is simple. 

Each chapter will provide one important Yoga breathing exercise and will be written such that to practice that particular pranayama you only need to read that chapter.

For each Yoga breathing exercise, the following information is provided:

  • Background of the breath control technique.
  • Any tools or other requirements in order to practice the breathing technique.
  • Primary and secondary benefits the breathing exercise bestows.
  • Any cautions for practicing the particular pranayama.
  • Guided beginner Yoga pranayama.
  • Guided intermediate Yoga pranayama.
  • Guided advanced Yoga pranayama.
  • Any hidden secrets about the breathing technique.

The first few chapters of this book will focus on the most important yoga pranayama exercises.  These breathing techniques are those that are generally an integral part of a daily yoga, meditation or fitness practice.  Later, I will move onto some of the more uncommon, though not necessarily less powerful, breath control exercises.



Beginner’s Guide to Yoga Pranayama

Beginner’s Guide to Yoga Breathing Exercises


Free Yoga Breathing Exercise #1

Breath of Fire Yoga Pranayama


Free Yoga Breathing Exercise #2

Chakra Balancing – Anuloma Viloma Breathing Exercise

Free Yoga Breathing Exercise #3

4 Part Breathing Exercise for Vitality

Online Yoga Breathing Pranayama #4

Bhastrika Yoga Pranayama to Burn Fat

Free Yoga Breathing Exercise #5

Kapalbhati Yoga Pranayama for Optimal Health

Online Yoga Breathing Exercise #6

Sheetali Yoga Pranayama for Stress Management


Free Yoga Pranayama – Breathing Exercise #7

Yoga Breathing Exercise to Treat Depression and Increase Energy


Yoga Breathing Exercise #8

Powerful Yoga Exercise to Detox & Cleanse the System


Yoga Breathing Exercise #9

Advanced Breathing Technique to Raise Kundalini Energy


Yoga Breathing Exercise #10

Ujjayi Yoga Pranayama for Longevity & Insomnia


Yoga Breathing Exercise #11

Chair Yoga for Energy and Stress Relief


Free Yogic Breathing Exercise #12

Natural Way to Lower Blood Pressure Seetkari Yoga Breathing


Online Yogic Breathing Exercise #13

Basic Yogic Breathing Technique | Yoga Breath


Online Yoga Breathing Exercise #14

Yoga Exercise for Deep Relaxation | Bhramari Pranayama


Online Yoga Breathing Exercise #15

Basic Yoga Technique to Begin Your Yoga Routine


Online Yoga Pranayama #16

Yoga Pranayama Breathing for Energy | Surya Bedhi


Yoga Breathing Technique #17

Yoga Breathing for Detox


Online Yoga Breathing Exercise #18

Yoga Pranayama for Beginners


Online Yoga Breathing Exercise #19

So Hum Breathing Meditation for Peace



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    Gold Coast Massage Says:

    Excellent Anmol, will check those links now :)
    Thank You!

  4. 42
    Anmol Mehta Says:

    Namaste Nigel,

    Thank you for your feedback and kind words. Following techniques help brain function and memory.

    The most powerful approach is the Silent Mind Meditation Technique: This article will take you to it…

    All Good Wishes,

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    Gold Coast Massage Says:

    As Always Anmol, your teachings are a gift!
    What do you have to assist with memory retention :)
    Namaste, Nigel

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    Introduction to Yoga Types, Philosophy & Practice | Says:

    [...] Yoga is a powerful tool to help you blossom and reach your full human potential. The seeds are all within you, yoga is the water, the sunlight, the nutrients and the love they need in order to make your life vibrant, beautiful and full of sweet fragrance. It is not a religion, it is really a science with which to develop your body, mind and spirit. The ultimate goal of Yoga, which literally means, Union, is to reunite you with the Universal Source. You may call this Universal Source by any name you wish, God, Brahman, Allah, Christ Consciousness, Buddha Nature etc, Yoga is a pathway to bring you to the realization that you and this Universal Source are inseparably One. There are many branches of Yoga, such as Bhakti Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Laya Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Kundalini Yoga to name a few. These all have the same one goal, unification with the Universal Source, but each follow a different path to get there. Depending on your personality one or the other path may suit you better. Here is a description of some of the major branches of Yoga: * Bhakti Yoga: Emphasizes love as the pathway to liberation and Union. * Jnana Yoga: Emphasizes the intellectual and philosophical approach to penetrate the illusion of dualistic reality. * Karma Yoga: Emphasizes right action and selfless service as the path to moksha (liberation). * Kundalini Yoga: Emphasizes the activation of Kundalini Shakti for enlightenment. * Raja Yoga: Considered the Scientific approach, this branch emphasizes Sage Patanjali’s 8 step path to Self-Realization. In this article I will expand on Raja Yoga as that is perhaps the most prevalent and popular Yoga system in use today. As indicated above Raja Yoga employs Sage Patanjali’s 8 step path to achieve Union with the Supreme. This 8 step system (ashtanga) compromises of the following parts. Yamas, Niyamas, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and finally Samadhi. This 8 step path is designed to bring about physical, emotion and mental harmony; and in the advanced practices of Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi lead to the cessation of thoughts allowing the mind to realize that Reality is indeed Singular, Whole and indivisible. Here is a description of the 8 limbs of Raja Yoga: 1. Yamas: Yamas are abstensions. They are truth, nonviolence, control of sexual energy, nonstealing and noncovetousness. 2. Niyams: Niyams are observances. They are austerities, purity, contentment, study and egolessness. 3. Asanas: Steady postures and poses. 4. Pranayama: Breathing exercises and control of the vital energy. 5. Pratyahara: Withdrawal of the Senses. 6. Dharana: Concentration of the mind. 7. Dhyana: Meditation. 8. Samadhi: Union with the Supreme Consciousness. The regular practice of Raja Yoga promotes health, happiness and insight. Although the ultimate goal of Yoga is Union with the Supreme, many material benefits are also obtained by its practice. Today, many ailments are treated via the use of Yoga asanas and pranayamas, and the stress reducing benefits of Yoga meditation are becoming more and more valuable to us given our hectic and frantic lifestyles. Furthermore, the principles of humility, truth and other high values that Yoga promotes are helping to offset some of the excessive materialism and greed that is eroding the peace and spirit of our society today. The most important aspect of Yoga is that it is based on Self-Realization. In other words, you are given the tools required, and using them you bring about the necessary transformations in yourself to reach your true potential in life. It is now often said, that the next great teachers will arise from the West. This is because the West has an empirical approach to things, as opposed to superstition and blind faith. If something works it is embraced and utilized, if something does not prove to work, it is discarded as junk. This is probably the reason why Yoga has grown in such popularity here in the West, because it works. So dive in and reap the benefits. Anmol Mehta is a Yoga Teacher & Zen Expert. His extensive site, Free Guided Meditation Practice & Chakra Kundalini Yoga Exercises, offers <a href=" Free”>”>Free Yoga Breathing Exercises. You will also find articles & lively discussions on the Free Guided Meditation Practice, Kundalini Yoga Poses & Zen Meditation Blog.One Tree Hill Season 6 Author: SoulStorm Time: Friday, July 31st, 2009 at 5:23 am Category: Yoga Comments: You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. RSS: You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Navigation: « How Can I Learn How To Meditate ? What Are Good Ways To Start A Good Clean, Focused Meditation? » google_color_border = “ffffff”; google_color_bg = “ffffff”; google_color_link = “802100″; google_color_text = “334c51″; google_color_url = “802100″; //–> [...]

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    Anmol Mehta Says:

    Hi Yogi Friend,

    Glad you are enjoying this page on yoga pranayamas.


  8. 38
    Anmol Mehta Says:

    Hi Kumar,

    Yes for high blood pressure please practice Anuloma Viloma Pranayama.


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    Pranayama Techniques Says:

    Hi Anmol,
    Thanks for such a good collection of Pranayama and Breathing Exercises at one place. It covers almost everything.

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    kumar Says:


    I would like to know if the way to alleviate high blood pressure.
    Thank you.

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