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Rolling over on one side opens the nostril on the opposite side of the body that one is laying on. Opening the right nostril is invigorating, while the left is calming. I've seen it done on both sides. Liz prefers having her students open their right nostril so they are more alert for the drive home. However, her students mostly are feeling the effects of aging or a disability, so opening the left might be appropriate for those able to do a more vigorous practice.

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