Yoga practitioners are very interested in natural health, natural medicines and essential oils for meditation to give their customers the best experiences
Using Doterra essential oils for yoga as a healing tool is considered an entire branch of natural medicine unto itself and at the same time it offers the yoga practitioner an incredible diversity of both practical and esoteric health effects. In part one of this article, we looked at using essential oils for healing injuries to muscles, tendons and ligaments. Here, we will investigate the use of Doterra essential oils for yoga for immune support, as well as a detoxification.
Yogi students attending classes regularly during the Winter months are more than likely to find their mat next to someone with a cold. Those with a family will probably have children coming home with the latest something that’s going around. And as traveling to retreats and workshops becomes more popular, they are bound to need a little immune boost from the trials of traveling.
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For some people who are starting yoga at home the most effective method of using essential oils is by using a diffuser. Run the diffuser on a timer (5-10 minutes every hour) or continuously on its lowest setting, all the hours you performing yoga at home. Inhalation of certain essential oils (eucalyptus or peppermint for example) has been scientifically validated to step up the activity of immune cells in your bloodstream, and Doterra essential oils for yoga vapor has been proven to eradicate microbes both in the air and on surfaces in the same space. You can imagine that these activities can help to protection from colds, flu and a healthy sense of wellbeing.
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Massaging essential oils into the hand and skin during yoga will rapidly absorbed through the skin, and will be distributed throughout your bloodstream in this way. Most people have no problem with using a few drops of essential oil undiluted in this manner, some with more sensitive skin will absolutely need to dilute the oils in a carrier. Also, be sure to avoid topical application of “hot” oils such as cinnamon or oregano, these are not really the best for this purposes.
Out of the 100 or so Doterra essential oils for yoga commonly in use today are melissa, eucalyptus and lavender. Combining these oils can produce a potent, wonderful smelling synergy of protection from infectious illness.
If one or more of these ideas might suit you, you should consider investigating a little further into the uses and benefits of Doterra essential oils. I have put lots of information about aromatherapy and essential oils on this blog. So consider sharing with your family and your yoga friends about the benefit of using Doterra essential oils for yoga
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