Shitali – cooling Pranayama – breath Shitali pranayama cools the system and soothes the eyes and ears. It is beneficial to those with fever, biliousness and even halitosis. Contraindications This pranayama is prohibited for those with low blood pressure. Cold and tingling in the throat is normal. Heart and asthma patients should not hold breath.
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New years’ resolutions, fasts, diets. All things we do to attain certain goals. But somehow, they flake off and we are left half way feeling a little, well, under-resolved. But why not distill all these things down to a few core habits and attitudes, which, once practiced with resolve, will lead to happiness and discipline
Sukshma – subtle Vyayama – workout Dhirendra Brahmachari was the guy who popularised the secret techniques of Sukshma Vyayama after the knowledge was passed on to him by a great yogi in the himalayas. It is a set of exercises that doesn’t just work your muscles, but stimulates the entire body, from top to toe. It targets the
The Power of the Liver Detox By detoxifying the body, giving it the right nutritional tools and avoiding nasty environmental toxins (which confuse and hinder the liver), we can literally regenerate this wonderful organ. Your liver’s functions may be restored to full health. Foods and herbs which support liver healing and detoxification can be used