"The crow's beak"

Kaki Mudra Science
Kaki Mudra Yoga
Kaki Mudra

In A Gentle Way
You Can Shake The World


Step 1: Close the nostrils using both thumbs.
Leave the eyes open.
Step 2: Make a beak with your lips and inhale slowly.
Step 3: Once the lungs are full, close the mouth and
hold the breath.
Step 4: You should bend the head in a way that the chin touches
the throat.
Step 5: Hold for as long as possible.
Step 6: Once you are all ready to exhale, lift the
neck upwards. Now exhale through the


Kaki mudra cools the body and mind and soothes
mental tensions, alleviating disorders such as high
blood pressure

Time interval:

This practice may be continued for a longer
duration, however, care should be taken not to
strain the eyes. It may be performed at any time of day,
although it is best performed early in the morning
or late at night. It should not be
performed in cold weather.


Tones the face.
Strengthens the nasal passage.
Strengthens the respiratory system.
Refreshes and rejuvenates the skin.
Reduces skin blemishes.
Increases facial luster.
Affects the thyroid and parathyroid.
Cleanses the 5th Chakra.


Be aware of the flow and sound of the breath,
and of the nose tip.
Sequence: This mudra restores heat balance in the body and
may be performed after heating pranayamas.