Why I am teaching by donation classes?

Why am I teaching by donation classes to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation ...

For reasons dear to my heart!breast

My family is riddled with Breast cancer. So much so, my mum is having a Double Mastectomy, both breasts removed, later this year. Being the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in Australia, my intention in supporting this cause is to make a real difference to the future of breast cancer research. Being a new breastfeeding mother, my passion is heightened by the importance of these organs. I feel so incredibly fortunate to have the privileged of fueling and nourishing my son with milk from my body and only hope that through greater awareness and research we can lessen the development of breast cancer so other women can also enjoy this incredible experience.

Namaste

Home Yoga Summit starts soon!

Home Yoga Summit starts soon!

www.satyaliveyoga.com.au/summit/

You are all signed up for the next Home Yoga Summit. The teachers we have speaking on this event are OMazing! It would be awesome for you to share this event with your friends, your family, anyone you think would benefit from doing yoga at home and in everyday life. You can simply forward on the link below -

www.satyaliveyoga.com.au/summit/

Or copy and paste the text and link on your Facebook page or other social media.

Join this free online event - www.satyaliveyoga.com.au/summit/ with some of the best yoga teachers from around the world and be inspired with your home yoga practice.

 I can't wait to share this with you,

Namaste,

Winter Solstice Yoga Practice

download (1)Enjoy this Winter Solstice practice as you take the time to pause and create a quiet space to welcome the sun back into your life.
For a shorter practice just use the first part of the practice, which is done lying down. For a longer practice incorporate some sun salutations

Winter Yoga Practice

 

 

 

 

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Payment Policy

A $250 (non-refundable) deposit is required at the time of registration to reserve your booking on the retreat. The remaining balance is due 6 weeks prior to the retreat (14th April 2014).

 

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Refunds will be given according to the following scheduled; for ca

 

We understand that emergencies and other life situations do arise. We recommend that you carefully review your schedule and upcoming obligations to ensure that you can fully commit to teacher training. Making up hours missed or completing the training during a subsequent offering are options only in the face of extenuating events and will be extended by David Lurey on a case-by-case basis.

 

Requests for changing retreat dates are at the discretion of Yoga Health Retreats and incur a fee of $100. We provide a nurturing and safe environment and our program is thoughtfully planned, but no responsibility will be taken for any injuries incurred during the retreat. Medical history forms are to be completed before each retreat, however we also advise you to consult your doctor if you have any pre-existing medical conditions. Modifications are given to students with special needs.

 
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Jala Neti

Jala neti is a process of cleansing the nasal passages with salt water. This encourages easy breathing so that air can enter the lungs unimpeded by mucus or built up dirt.

A lota (small pot with a long spout) is used to pour water into the nose. It is generally made of brass, though any other suitable material can be used which does not contaminate the nose and body.

Clean, salty, lukewarm water (at body temperature) is poured through the left nostril. The head is tilted to allow the water to flow through the nasal cavity and out through the right nostril. The spout of the lota is then inserted in the right nostril and the procedure repeated.

Note: one teaspoonful of salt is used per litre of water to make the solution isotonic. This prevents water being absorbed into the nasal blood vessels and prevents irritation of the sensitive nasal membranes.

The passage of water through the nostrils washes the whole mucus membrane of the nasal cavity. All the sinuses and structures in the nose are given a soothing bath and are thoroughly cleaned. At the same time the nerves and blood vessels are stimulated.

Its profound effects

Neti has been used successfully to treat the following ailments: colds and coughs, eye ailments, nose ailments, throat ailments, sinusitis, tonsillitis, catarrh, adenoid inflammation, headache, insomnia, tiredness, migraine, epilepsy, depression, tension, lung diseases (asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis and bronchitis), facial paralysis.