Three part yoga breathing helps with meditation by allowing you to breath with your whole body…
This guided relaxation breathing exercises video by expertvillage is 2 minutes 19 seconds long and focuses on a single theme of the 3 part breath (three part breath) breathing exercise, also know as the complete breath and dirgha pranayama (dirga pranayama). It uses still video of a female instructor who both explains and demonstrates the 3 part breath.
The theme of this relaxation video is well focused on breathing exercises, more specifically the 3 part breath. After a brief introduction the female instructor gets right into the demonstration.
The audio used in this breathing exercises video contains the voice of the female instructor. Although clear, the tone of the instructor’s voice is not calm and relaxing.
The verbal instructions are given by the female instructor are clear and detailed.
The demonstration is given by the same female that gives the instructions. In other words, she is demonstrating whilst talking. She is in a sideways lying down body position and also uses visual cues during the demonstration in the form of hand positioning and gestures on the abdomen or belly and the chest. The use of the hands supports and reinforces the verbal instructions quite well.
There is only one scene used throughout the entire video which is that of the female instructor demonstrating the breathing exercise within a room.
The scene of this breathing exercises video show images of the female instructor within a room and lying on an exercise mat on the floor. The camera angle is downwards towards the floor so there is no background to view.
This breathing exercises video with an example of the 3 Part Breath Or Dirga Pranayama is good at explaining and demonstrating the technique. The instructions are clear and sufficiently detailed and the demonstration is clear and detailed enough. However, I felt that the tone of the female instructor was not that relaxing
What do you think about the video? Relaxing? Tell me in the comments!