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Neti (Nasal Cleansing) Workshop

DATE & TIME: Sunday January 22nd, from 11:30 - 12:30

TEACHER: Master Sanjiv

VENUE: Divine Yoga, Thonglor Studio

COSTS: Members THB 300 and Non-Members THB 400 (price includes a Neti pot)

    Start the New Year with a healthy cleansing practice! In yogic science, personal cleansing processes is as important as physical postures and breathing practices because it prepares the body for advanced yoga practices of meditation. Neti, nasal cleansing, is one of the Shatkarma practice, the 6 yogic purification techniques, which are essential in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Jala Neti uses slightly salted water to clean the nasal passage and the sinus cavity to prevent viral infections and to help cure chronic sinus problems. It is vital that nasal irrigation be conducted correctly in order for it to effective and without discomfort. Master Sanjiv will cover the benefits and step-by-step technique of Neti cleansing so that students may incorporate the practice into their personal hygiene ritual.

Shatkarma – 6 Purification Techniques

  1. Neti: nasal cleaning
  2. Dhauti: cleansing of the digestive tract
  3. Nauli: abdominal massage
  4. Basti: colon cleaning
  5. Kapalbhati: purification and vitalisation of the frontal lobes
  6. Trataka: blinkless gazing

Neti 2017

Laghoo Shankhaprakshalana (Intestine Cleansing) Workshop

    Laghoo Shankhaprakshalana is one of the major hatha yoga practices, coming under the heading of dhauti kriya, it is also known as varisara dhauti. Dhauti refers to 'internal washing' and vari means 'water'. Generally the term shankhaprakshalana is applied, shankha meaning 'conch', because of its resemblance to the stomach and intestines; prakshalana meaning 'to wash completely / cleaning'.


    Shankhaprakshalana is not just a practice concerning the stomach and intestines, but is a thorough cleansing technique. It creates a repair action which affects the lungs, nervous system, skin, sinus area, the whole body, continuing while the person follows the regime of special food and asanas. In this way we see the reduction of so many disease conditions, diabetes being the most notable, and a positive step in the direction of good health.


    The benefit for the serious yogic practitioner is a lighter, more flexible, physical body. The various metabolic acids and chemical wastes causing stiffness, lethargy and heaviness such as lactic acid and uric acid are washed away. A clearer and more alert mind is experienced as with fasting, but without the irritating feeling of an empty stomach.


   As intake of toxic substances must be curtailed, it is at this time that many people leave cigarettes, alcohol and other habits permanently. This is a time of revision where life changes direction, new food, new habits and the foundation for a positive fresh view of life are set.

Laghoo Shankhaprakshalana 2016

Laghoo Shankhaprakshalana 2015

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