The process of kapalbhati Pranayam is related to the breathing process. The word kapalbhati is made up of two words, Kapal meaning skull ( here skull includes all the organs under the skull too ) and bhati means shining, illuminating.
Step by Step Procedure of kapalbhati pranayama asana
Step 1:– First You should sit in Padmasan because Padmasana is very suitable asana for dhyana pose. It may be also performed by sitting Swastikasan or Vajrasana.
Step 2:- Keep breathing gradually while sitting in Padmasana.
Step 3:- Inhale and start performing Kapalbhati as stated before. That means a strong Rechaka, natural Pooraka, and again strong Rechaka and natural pooraka.
Step 4:- Keep on doing this rotation swiftly in a rhythmic manner.
Step 5:– Perform as many cycles as possible and then keep breathing gradually. All these processes are included under one cycle of Kapalbhati.