January 2021 30 Day Challenge: Day 6 – Saucha (Purity)

Happy January 9, 2021 – Saucha (Purity)

Happy Saturday Yogis! We are restarting the Niyamas for our daily practices with Saucha or Purity Day. We are going to keep our practices synchronized with the challenge group!

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close up dark maroon blooming succulent flower - saucha cleanliness purity Quote: Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live. - Jim Rohn
Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live. – Jim Rohn

Today’s Positive Practice suggestion

Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is a deep cleaning or pampering of our bodies for Saucha Day. Need some ideas? I recommend focusing on skin today – I am going to do a face mask and at-home pedicure!

  • Enjoy a long shower or bubble bath.
  • Maybe give yourself a pedicure, with a warm foot soak and lotion massage after, whether you paint your toes or not.
  • Perhaps try a tooth whitening treatment.
  • Relax with a face mask and cucumber slices over your eyes.
  • If you want to try a new Ayurvedic practice, maybe try oil-pulling (I recommend 2-15 minutes, not 20-30) with coconut oil.
  • If the days of social distancing are done, maybe book a last-minute facial or salon treatment of your choice.
  • Clean your insides with a clean-eating day – no junk food, or perhaps try another clean eating diet method or cleanse of your choice.
  • Whatever practice feels right for you to integrate Saucha into your day.

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