Hermit's contortion posture has a large principle from hermit who is ordained. Seek peace, focus, keep the precepts, body, speech, and be calm. In practice, there is often sitting in one position for many hours in a row. When the body has to stay in one position for a long time, it will cause pain until it is unable to perform normal activities. and still alone without help with a touch massage Therefore, they must practice self-treatment for those painful symptoms.
and in making various gestures to relieve the pain There will be breathing exercises in and out. together with stretching and bringing together the knowledge of massage Hermit therapy Therefore, there are breath control, bending, pressing, massage in various points of the body as well.
and for new beginners The principle of breathing should be inhaled, belly inflated, exhaled, belly flattened, keeping the inhalation and exhalation time equal. and gradually practice breathing slowly And it can last longer than a short breath.
When we are able to recognize and do the correct gestures. came to enter the details such as holding your breath still not to flow in Outflow of air in the body, it will create concentration. and increase the capacity of the lungs to hold more air But there is a caveat that If the trainee has problems with high blood pressure. in breathing exercises will be done without any inconvenience may cause blackouts or faint, therefore, the practice of holding the wind, holding the wind together must be practiced little by little Gradually increase the time to hold the wind little by little. Don't be in a rush to hold your breath for a long time during your new training session. It will solve this problem as well.
And in the training at level 1, this will be the foundation of breathing, sitting in different ways to provide stability while practicing. and will allow the flow of energy to be correct and continue with the first exercise that can be easily followed not very complicated The heart of this practice is Mindfulness is defined by breathing. regularly and bending gestures together at the same time