Cleansing techniques from Yoga & Ayurveda
In this workshop, I will be introducing ancient techniques from Yoga and Ayurveda to remove toxics from the body. These techniques are best done in the morning as part of your morning routine in addition to conventional teeth brushing. They support overall health and don’t take much time to do.
What we cover:
Tongue Scraper: In this ancient yogic technique the tongue is being cleaned from the white film. By removing this film, we relieve the body from toxic waste, bacteria that can cause tooth decay and bad breath.
Oil pulling: The technique of oil pulling has been around for a long time. This ancient Ayurvedic technique involves swishing oil in your mouth for sometimes for a good oral & general health. The oil together with the enzymes in the saliva ‘pull out’ bacteria from the mouth. Here are some of the known benefits:
•Clears out sinuses
•Helps ease the symptoms of acne/ eczema/ psoriasis & other skin care issues.
•Helps the ease the symptoms of a migraines and hangovers
•Helps with general pain on teeth/gums/mouth
•Prevents cavities & gingivitis & benefits overall oral health
•Relaxes jaw muscles
Neti Pot: We use a small pot to flush the nostrils, pouring salt-water into one nostril and letting it flow out the other one and vice versa. This way we can remove toxins in the nasal passages, clear the sinuses, alleviate allergies and colds.
Tratak: Is an ancient yogic technique to cleanse the eyes and to concentrate/meditate the mind on one object. Often we use a candle to gaze at, but any image or mark works fine, too. This helps to concentrate and cultivate a calm and steady mind. It is a great exercise for any time of the day. Tratak can also support falling asleep at night if practised in the evenings.
Cost: This workshop is offered for free as only shared knowledge is useful knowledge . Simple Neti Pots and Tongue Scrapers will be available for sale, either one is EUR 6 or if you like them both it’s EUR 10 only for the pack. There is also a donations box to support Louise’s lovely place and her great deeds.
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