Video: Ujjayi breath
An ancient yogic breathing technique, Ujjiayi breath is accessible for a busy mum on the go, a mum holding a fussy baby or a great way to soothe and calm your baby. Try Ujjiayi breath which is a breath pattern of inhaling through the nose and on the exhale, keep the lips sealed whilst slowly constricting the muscles in the back of the throat. The deep rhythmic breath has balancing influences on the entire nervous system. It helps to release irritation, frustration and a busy mind and it will increase blood flow, energy, self awareness and has many more benefits for the mum and baby.
Last Reviewed: 17/07/2018
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