Jivha Mudra
  • Yoga
  • Benefits
  • Contraindication

Jivha Mudra is performed by simply placing & pushing the tongue to the upper palate with slight force.

Step 1: Sit comfortably in Sukhasana or any position you are comfortable in.

Step 2: Place your palms on the knees, lean forward a little.

Step 3: Place your tongue on the upper palate.

Step 4: The mouth is wide open and you feel a good stretch on the upper jaw & the throat region (stretch your lower jaw slightly down and back to feel optimal stretch.

Step 5: Focus your gaze at the tip of the nose – Agochari Mudra(nose tip gazing). Also called Nasikagra Drishti (gazing at the nose tip)- one of the oldest recorded yogic practices.

Step 6: Hold the mudra for 10-20 seconds with normal breathing (continue to breathe from nostril and gradually increase the holding time) and release.

Step 7: Relax and close your eyes for few seconds

Step 8: Get ready for Simha Mudra


Keep pressing the tongue as much as possible from the root and press it firmly against the upper palate to stretch the upper jaw. Do not throw your cheek bones wide apart in the process of stretching. This will create wrinkles below your nose which may become permanent with regular practice.

Also, your eyes might not be used to staring at the tip of your nose and hence may result in a slight headache practice. Closing your eyes will dissipate  it immediately

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