This detox practice will get our systems moving naturally through deep breath, squeezing twists, and natural acupressure movements.
* We'll explore detoxing essential oils.
* Lynda will get you sweating and Christina will twist you up and out.
* Finish with a detox tea.
When: November 25 @ 9:00 (about 2 hours)
Where: Yogachelan studio
Price: $25 preregistered or $30 at the door.
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under Special classes/events or call 206-818-2619
*Yoga, with its focus on systematically stretching and compressing every part of the body, is particularly well-suited to keeping the waste-removal departments of the body functioning well.
There are three main systems of the body that play a crucial role in the
elimination of wastes: circulatory, digestive and lymph. The circulatory system pumps blood throughout the body, delivering oxygen to and carrying waste products away from cells. The digestive system processes the food we eat, separating nutrients from waste and eliminating anything the body doesn't need. And the lymphatic system collects intracellular fluid from throughout the body and transports it to the lymph nodes where anything harmful (such as bacteria or other contaminants) can be removed before the lymphatic fluid is returned to the bloodstream.
Our body is a robust system that works well on its own. But in order to help your body keep up with the heavy demands our stressful lives and nutrient-poor modern diets place on these systems, the trick is to give your body an assist so it can perform its natural detoxing function.* Giam Life
Detox Tea Recipe
Many of you asked for the recipe for the tea served at our last detox practice. I will try to recreate it the best I can. If you have ideas for a name for the tea please let me know. Namaste' Lynda
8 cups of filtered water + 8 more cups
2 tbls cardamon seed
1 tbls whole black peppercorn
8'' stick of cinnamon bark (broken up)
2 tbls clove buds
Fresh ginger root (cut into 12 pieces, 1/4" x 1")
Green tea (equivalent to 5 bags)
Bring 8 cups of water to a boil. Put in all ingredients except tea and boil again for 10 minutes.
Remove from heat, cover, and set at room for 10-12 hours.
Strain. Add in other 8 cups of water and green tea. Bring to a boil for 10 minutes.
Strain again. It is ready to serve.