Shankha Prakshalana(alimentary canal cleaning)

Shankha Prakshalana or the practice of thorough intestinal cleansing, is believed to offer several potential benefits, both physical and mental, for those who undertake it. It is important to note that these benefits are based on traditional yoga teachings and anecdotal evidence, as scientific research on Shankha Prakshalana is limited.

Jala Neti (water cleansing)

Jal Neti is a way to cleanse your sinuses and consequently keep the respiratory tract clear of dirt and toxins. The sinus cavities get clogged with impurities which may cause inflammation, infections and other respiratory disorders.

Rubber Neti (Nasal Cleansing)

Rubber Neti pots, like their traditional counterparts, offer several potential benefits when used for nasal cleansing practices like Jala Neti. These benefits primarily revolve around promoting nasal and sinus health, improving respiratory function, and enhancing overall well-being.

Trataka (Yogic Gazing)

Trataka, also known as Gazing, is a yogic practice that involves focused and concentrated gazing at a specific object or point. This practice has been used in various yogic and meditation traditions for centuries and is believed to offer several benefits for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Kunjal Kriya (regurgitative cleansing)

Kunjal Kriya also known as Vaman Dhauti or simply Kunjal, is a yogic cleansing practice that involves the controlled ingestion of warm saline water followed by the self-induced act of vomiting to cleanse the stomach and upper digestive tract. This practice is believed to offer several potential benefits, both for physical health and overall well-being, although it should be performed with caution and under the guidance of an experienced yoga teacher.