Being congested and not being able to breath properly has not only an impact on your body but also on your mind. A clear, slow and deep breath helps you relieve anxiety, high blood pressure and numerous others dis-eases! Your breath also helps you to go deeper in the yoga posture keeping you present and grounded. Salt therapy can improve your breath and enhance this precious connection between body and mind.

Join our workshop on Sunday 7th of September @ 11 AM
Let’s experience clear lungs  & a calm mind together!

During this 3-hours workshop, we start with an invigorating flowing yoga practice, followed by a green smoothie demonstration and tasting. Then, we finish with a 45mn salth therapy session while practising breathing exercises & meditation.

Why Salt Therapy?

salt therapyHave you ever been on a saline (salt water) nebulizer? Have you ever been told by your doctor to go to the beach and breathe in the salt air, or swim in the salt water? When having a mouth ulcer, did you ever rinse your mouth with salt water?

It was Ayurveda, the ancient traditional Hindu science of health and medicine that first recommended washing nasal cavities with saline water daily – a practice called “neti” that we use at Zen Attitude.

Salt therapy, as we now know it, was discovered over 150 years ago. It has its origins in Eastern Europe where physicians noticed that the miners who worked in salt caves rarely suffered with respiratory ailments. They concluded this was because of the superior air quality, free of pollutants and rich in salt ions.

Salt therapy is another method of administering salt deep down into the airways, helping to clean out and relieve symptoms of a number of health conditions in a non invasive way.

Salt therapy is designed to relieve congestion, inflammation and allergies of the airways and the skin.  By relieving the symptoms of a condition, medication becomes more effective resulting in better management of the condition and stronger relief. Click on the below image to discover the benefits of salt therapy.

Respiratory conditions - salt therapy

 

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The natural anti inflammatory effect of salt, is its ability to draw fluid. When you breathe in sea air, it is already moist and has less of an anti- inflammatory effect.

When you breathe in dry salt aerosol in a salt room, the minute particles line your airways and draw out the fluid from the inflamed airway. This fluid, now mixed with the salt goes to work on cleaning the walls of the airways, resulting in coughing up the congestion.

Why not simply breathing free sea airTo learn more about salt therapy, visit: www.saltsoftheearth.com.au

Your investment: $ 150  Book now  (Booking essential, maxi 6 people)