Carol places her chin snugly (but not forcefully) in her jugular notch in Jalandhara Bandha. In antara kumbhaka, when air fills the lungs, the chest rises up naturally to meet the chin. “It is called Jalandhara Bandha because it presses on arteries going to the brain and also arrests the downward flow of nectar issuing from it.” (Kuvalayananda,  Pranayama,  Chapter 2)

Carol places her chin snugly (but not forcefully) in her jugular notch in Jalandhara Bandha. In antara kumbhaka, when air fills the lungs, the chest rises up naturally to meet the chin. “It is called Jalandhara Bandha because it presses on arteries going to the brain and also arrests the downward flow of nectar issuing from it.” (Kuvalayananda, Pranayama, Chapter 2)