Powerful Yogic Cleanse – Sanka Praksalana

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£20
Saturday 1st June
Online
8:30am-12:30pm

An ancient Yogic detoxification technique, Sanka Praksalana is a powerful, simple purification practice that can be done easily in your own home.

Unlike colonic irrigation, enemas or other modern procedures that only cleanse the large intestine, sanka praksalana cleans the entire digestive system. It is a genuine, inexpensive yogic alternative to colonic hydrotherapy, and offers many benefits, such as weight loss, clearer skin, diminishing symptoms of IBS and eliminating toxins

It is recommended to perform Sanka at least twice a year, to refresh and reset the vitally important digestive system. The technique is simple and accessible, but guidance and support during the first executions of this technique makes all the difference.

Join experienced Yoga teacher Alina online for an at-home workshop, where you can perform the technique with full support, as Alina guides the steps and answers your questions. This is rare opportunity to be fully supported in performing this hugely healing, ancient procedure.

We encourage you to take this step towards a happier, healthier and more radiant you!

Why do a cleanse?

The body is systematically intoxicated by diet and environmental factors. These toxins accumulate and are embedded in the mucous lining of the intestinal walls, and are considered an important cause of premature aging and the source of a wide range of health issues. Sanka removes all toxic substances from the digestive tract, also eliminating bad breath and other bodily odours. It has beneficial effects on the liver and pancreas, and improves overall digestion. 

What is involved?

All you need is salt water, the specific set of movements, and a toilet! The technique can take from 1-3 hours to perform, depending on your individual structure, and after-care is also important. Rest, and a careful, specific re-introduction of foods is prescribed. You will have access to a preparatory talk explaining the technique with all its stages, and what to prepare before starting.

Benefits of Sanka Praksalana
  • A few days after the cleanse you may notice a great improvement in quality of sleep, and a natural balancing of body weight.
  • Reduces headaches and helps fight numerous other health complaints caused by issues in the gut such as IBS or skin issues.
  • It is also a rejuvenating beauty treatment, recommended by Yogic sages for its improvement in the clarity of the complexion, brightness of eyes, and overall radiance.
  • Sanka removes all toxic substances from the digestive tract, also eliminating bad breath and other bodily odours.
  • It has beneficial effects on the liver and pancreas, and improves overall digestion
  • Unlike colonic irrigation, enemas or other modern procedures that only cleanse the large intestine, sanka praksalana cleans the entire digestive system.

Testimonials

Hear from previous students about their experience with this hugely healing ancient procedure:

“I have been doing sanka prakshalana regularly for many years. It is one of the things I will do for my body at least twice a year as a good spring clean that keeps it in balance. The first time I did sanka was quite hard for me and I was so happy I did it guided by someone with experience. The technique is actually very simple once you get the hang of it but the first time it can seem a little odd and difficult. After a few times the technique became very easy for me and I felt…Read more
Maria
“Sanka Praksalana is really an incredible technique. I have done it a few times now and I always feel it’s a reset for my system. For me, this technique feels like an inner shower afterwards, removing toxins from the body and giving a state of inner balance and freshness. After the first time this technique became very natural for me and now I have it in my back pocket as an invaluable technique to practice seasonally. I can’t recommend this technique enough! Especially, because I was often complimented on my radiant glow days later.”
Kirsten
This is a great workshop and I can’t wait until the next one! Now not everyone would say that about drinking warm salt water on a Saturday morning! The reason I say this is because the process is so helpful to my general health and vitality. I feel I absorb nutrients from my food more efficiently and I don’t have any problems of bloating or discomfort digesting any more. Our teacher Alina is always so warm and welcoming, encouraging everyone with their…Read more
Vivienne
When I first heard about Sanka Praksalana, I was very much, “that’s not for me”. I had an unrealistic fear towards it. A year later, I decided I would give it a go and I’m so glad I did. I struggled with the exercises initially, but Alina was very supportive and helped guide me through it. From the day I did it and for weeks, even months after, things changed dramatically for me. I could really feel the energy flowing through me during yoga and meditation. I think it was this discovery…Read more
Carol
Practicing Sanka is like getting the top notch spa service internally. The effects will last for weeks where I feel physically and emotionally cleansed and light, reset back to the newness.. 
Lina

Booking

As well as the live guidance on Saturday, you will also receive a preparatory talk available from Friday morning to tell you about the stages, and remind you what you will need to have ready. The link will be sent to you via email. Please check your junk box.

  • £20

Please email us on events@tarayogacentre.co.uk if you have any questions.

Alina Halauca

Alina has been practising yoga and tantra since 1990 and has been teaching yoga in Tara since 2008. For her Yoga is a lifestyle, a way of being, integrating the traditional and authentic spiritual knowledge in the modern daily life. Love, sincerity, divine inspiration, friendship, self-giving and caring are the guidelines for her spiritual path and the qualities she seeks to share with others. 

 
Contact: alina@tarayogacentre.co.uk