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A Simple Yoga Exercise To Build Your Brain Power

I recently stumbled upon an interesting Yoga brain training exercise that according to it’s developer can enhance ones brain function and fitness. It’s called SuperBrain Yoga and is being used by doctors and teachers alike to improve peoples thinking and mental function. Improved grades and increased mental focus among people who practice Superbrain Yoga are being reported, even among those with mental disabilities.

SuperBrain Yoga is essentially a form of acupressure and breathing technique used to balance both hemispheres of the brain and bring energy up to the brain. It was developed by Master Choa Kok Sui who has written a book on the subject. The exercise is easy to learn, takes only a few minutes to do and can be done by almost anyone, anywhere.

According to the book, Superbrain Yoga by Master Chao Kok Sui, a Superbrain Yoga pilot study conducted by doctors in New Jersey with children ages 5-to-9 years of age possessing a variety of neurological disabilities reported the following subjective results:

  • The children are more focused and ready to work.
  • The children are displaying improved emotional states.
  • The child displaying bizarre behaviors appears to have a normal behavior.
  • The memory and retention of new information appears to have improved.
  • The entire dynamic of the class has improved dramatically.

I’ve been practicing Superbrain Yoga myself for awhile now and can report improved mental clarity, focus and a feeling of calmness after each exercise. It’s great to do first thing in the morning or anytime you need a quick boost of energy.

The video below shows people performing the Superbrain Yoga technique and provides some great testimonials.

A few important points to remember when practicing Superbrain Yoga not mentioned in the video are:

  • Connect your tongue to your palate.
  • Face East
  • The left arm must be inside and the right arm must be outside (over the left arm).
  • Inhale while squatting down and exhale while standing up.
  • You thumbs should be touching the front part of your earlobes, index fingers behind the earlobes.
  • Perform the exercise 14-21 times, once or twice a day.

For more detailed information on Superbrain Yoga, you might also want to check out the book titled Superbrain Yoga by clicking here.

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93 thoughts on “A Simple Yoga Exercise To Build Your Brain Power”

  1. superbrain yoga wasnt discovered by chao kok sui. it had been to us indians for centuries…its called ganesh pranam. a ritual performed in front of lord ganesha.god of wisdom

  2. I cannot squat down
    I am a right leg amputee
    Is there an alternate exercise I can do with the same benefits
    Thank you

  3. I am pretty sure people who doesn’t know much about the yoga specialty not gonna believe that what is actually happening with it in the field of diseases prevention.I watch the Yoga video services in the Youtube to find the regular Yoga practice the common one is derived by you here.

  4. These kind of posts are always inspiring and I prefer to read quality articles, and i am very happy to find many good points here in the post, writing is simply great, thank you for the post.

  5. Dear Readers,

    This man who developed is just copied it from hindus way of workship.
    We have the elephant head god Ganesha, for him its the way of praying. Its practiced for centuries in india every day for God Ganesha.

    To the Inventer: Please touch your heart and accept you have simply copied this. You have not invented anything new.


  6. I’ve been practicing Superbrain Yoga myself for awhile now and can report improved mental clarity, focus and a feeling of calmness after each exercise. It’s great to do first thing in the morning or anytime you need a quick boost of energy.

  7. I could tell how great you are in your field of interest. You could relate in each detail very well. Thank you for spending a time on sharing such informative writings to us. I will bookmark your page and looking forward to read some more of your writings soon.

  8. Interesting, I had never before heard of this type of Yoga. What I do know is that my LSAT students perform much better when they incorporate some sort of physical and mental training into their LSAT prep.

    In fact, I often suggest that students who are stuck on a tough concept take a day off and do stretching, Pilates, and yoga. Many are too stressed to take my advice and instead spend their time studying and frustrating themselves. Others take time for themselves and their body, and magically the tough concepts start making sense. In fact, some students even report understanding the concept during their exercise.

    Anyway, thanks for this information. Regards.

  9. I see everyone is excited to learn about Super Brain Yoga. It sure would be great to have more feedback from those who have used it for a reasonable amount of time so we could see what results they got

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