Beginner Yoga Breathing with Kino



If you’re looking for yoga videos that will show you the perfect way for you to start your yoga journey then Kino MacGregor’s yoga channel is perfect for you! Whether you are new to yoga or an advanced yoga student you will find a full yoga library with all the yoga postures that you need to develop a complete yoga practice. Yoga is more than just a physical practice yoga is a lifestyle that includes living a peaceful life. Living the yoga lifestyle is about yoga practice, inner peace, yoga diet and being a good person on and off your yoga mat. Kino is a yoga teacher, author of three books, international teacher, writer, blogger, online yoga class teacher, IG yoga challenge host and much more. She co-founded Miami Life Center and Miami Yoga Magazine as well as produced six Ashtanga Yoga DVDs. Practice yoga, change your world one breath at a time. Kino believes that yoga is a vehicle for each student to experience the limitless potential of the human spirit. You don’t have to be strong or flexible to begin the yoga practice, all you need is an open heart and the inspiration to practice yoga. Unroll your mat and do the practice!

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37 comments

  1. Breathe correctly. Lungs are like balloons. If you breathe in your diaphgram will come down and stomach will come out. When you breathe out your diapgram will move up and stomach will go in.

  2. Who else was expecting her head to swivel round on the second exercise? Good video you look amazing really. 🙂

  3. Sorry..I would love to get started but have severe nasal polyps and cannot breathe nasally at all.

  4. This video is probably the best place for a total beginner to start. Primary means Primary Series, for a total beginner start with my videos marked for beginners.

  5. Kino, thank you for the great instructional videos. You are amazing! You have so many videos, many containing the term "Primary" or "Beginner" that it is hard to determine where a rank beginner should start. Would you please give a rundown of the videos or series of videos that someone who is just starting out should follow? Thanks!

  6. I have a question, Kino. while I'm breathing, should I keep firming the pelvic floor? If not, when exactly should I firm the pelvic floor?

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