Digestive and Nasal Cleansing (3 hours)

Improve Digestive System

 

 

Yoga provides a wide array of benefits to detox the body on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. Learn how you can eliminate toxins and revitalize the digestive system with simple yoga movements and cleanse your digestive system by drinking salt/lime water.  Nasal cleansing using salt water can help to prevent cold, sinusittis, lung ailments by removing mucus in the nose which is a breeding ground for virus. 

Pre-registration will begin at 8:30 am. We will start the session with nasal cleansing if you choose this option and followed by digestive system movements under the guidance of John Peh. Please bring along your own yoga mat and come with an empty stomach. 

The event is jointly organised by Yogapoint and Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre (KKBC). Please note that the session will be held at Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre, Level 4 main shrine hall.


 

Digestive System Cleansing:

To practice, prepare 2 litres of warm water, add 4 teaspoons of salt and 1-2 lime.
Sit down, relax and drink two glasses of water. Try to drink continuously, not too slowly, and not too fast. After drinking the water practice two sets of exercises.
One set is 8X as follows – 

  1. Tadasan – Palm Tree Pose 
  2. Tiryak Tadasan – Swaying Palm Tree Pose 
  3. Kati Chakrasan – Waist Rotating Pose 
  4. Tiryak Bhujangasana – Twisted Cobra 
  5. Udarakarshanasan – Abdominal Stretch Pose 

Again drink two glasses of water and practice a set of exercises. Repeat this one more time. There should be a total of six glasses of water and three sets of exercises. After completing take at least 10 minutes of shavasan and wait for half an hour before eating. If one needs to go to the bathroom at any time one should do so. Some people will find that the water starts to come through before finishing the practice whilst others will find they have looser motions later in the day. If one has severe constipation then it may only soften the stools and the practice should be repeated the next day.

Nasal Cleansing:

To practice, prepare 1 litre of warm water, add 2 teaspoons of salt into a neti bottle or neti pot.
Stand firmly with bend knees and put neti nozzle into one nose with the head tilted for water to flow easily from the other nostril. Breathe through the mouth wide open. On completion, breathe in sharply and breathe out hard from the nostril that just had water flowing out while keeping the other nostril closed. On completion, one can choose to stay in downward dog for a few minutes until excess water is removed.

Digestive Systems

Benefits:

  • Very helpful for digestive issues like constipation, flatulence and acidity
  • Helps with irritable bowel syndrome
  • Helps to overcome indigestion
  • Helps to regain bowel function
  • Improves functioning and efficiency of all digestive organs
  • Helps with kidney filtering with regular clean water intake
  • Helps to purify the body

Precautions & Contra-indications:

Avoid if there is high blood pressure, heart disease, menstruation, pregnancy, stomach ulcer, diarrhea, hernia, stroke, eye problems, or any abdominal surgery. One should practice in the morning, on an empty stomach. After completing the practice wait for half an hour before eating. Try not to force a bowel movement which can develop piles.

Duration/Frequency:

Can be practiced weekly or monthly or even daily for up to a week if one is suffering from sever constipation.

 

Nasal Passage

Benefits:

  • Prevent occurance of cold
  • Helps overcome sinusitis
  • Helps overcome lung diseases (asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis, pulmonary tuberculosis)
  • Helps with ailments of the eyes, nose and throat
  • Helps with catarrh (buildup of mucus in the back of the throat, nose, or sinuses)
  • Helps with headaches
  • Helps to overcome tiredness
  • Soothing influence on the brain related to migraine, epilepsy, depression
  • Helps to balance the right (yang) and left (yin) energy which influence mental and physical wellness

Precautions & Contra-indications:

Avoid if there is already chronic bleeding of nose. When removing water from the nostril, do not breath in and out too deeply especially with serious sinus.  People with great difficulty with passing water may have structural blockage such as a polyp should consult a doctor. When practice on your own avoid too hot water. 

Duration/Frequency:

Can be practiced daily ideally before breakfast, otherwise can be practiced anytime avoiding straight after meals.  Practice more than one time if with nasal catarrh.

                            
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Digestive System

  • Duration: 2.5 Hours
  • Cost: $40

Nasal Passage

  • Duration: 0.5 Hours (first time)
  • Cost: $15 (including neti pot/bottle)


 

Day:
Saturday

Date:
7 Jan 2023

Time:
8:30 am - 9:00 am: Nasal Cleansing
9:00 am - 12:00 pm: Digestive Cleansing
 


Body Cleansing Location at 
Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre
No 38, Lorong 22 Geylang, 
Singapore 398695