1. All breathing is performed through the nose.
2. The tongue touches the roof of the mouth.
3. The entire body is relaxed.
4. All breathing is natural. Do not raise up the shoulders. Do not over-expand the chest.
5. Breathe with the diaphragm.
Stand straight with the knees slightly bent and the arms hanging naturally at the sides. The feet are shoulder width apart. The body is completely laxed. re-
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