Well, the good news is that we can help you out on Saturday 16th August. We are going to teach you how to say goodbye to these two ailments.
These two ailments can be reoccurring and rather troublesome, especially during the spring season. Yoga says goodbye to them without resorting to medication.
The medical view of this problem is there is a virus or defect in our immune system. The yogic view is there is an excess mucous element in the body.
Sinusitis is an inflammatory condition within sinus cavity in the cheeks and frontal bones. These cavities are lined with mucous membrane and during inflammation the entrance to these areas are narrowed. This leads to headaches, stuffiness of the head, swelling and tenderness of the cheekbones and forehead. Sever sinusitis can result in an ache behind the eye, nervous stress and emotional upsets.
Hay fever is closely related to sinusitis. There is tickling in the nose, sneezing and irritation that can stem all the way down into the bronchial tube. Eyes are filled with tears, acute swelling with the nasal membrane and mountains of mucus discharge, not to mention headaches galore. The medical view is there is an allergy, whilst the yogic view believes that if the nasal membranes are in good condition, irritants cannot affect us.
Medical management is symptomatic, ie resolving the symptom and usually with analgesic for pain relief, anti-histamine for suppress allergic reaction, antibiotic as a precaution for bacterial infection and for severe cases, surgical intervention.
Yogic management for sinusitis and hay fever is by balancing the body’s energy system through cleansing the nasal cavity known as Jala Neti, and followed by a special breathing technique. These two processes liquefy and drain the mucus, together with clearing and drying the nasal passage.
So if you are ready to say goodbye sinusitis and hay fever then come join us.
Workshop: Nasal Cleansing
Date and time: Saturday 16th August I 10.00am – 11.15am
Investment: $65. Includes your nasal pot
Registration CLICK HERE
What to bring: A bucket/large bowel, 2 hand towels and your yoga mat.
Together, let’ start breathing better, feel clarity in the mind and saying goodbye to nasal ailments.
Hari Om Tat Sat.