The bad news is my immune system is a little low at the moment and I’m slightly snivelling with nasal congestion. Dare I say “cold”? Nah. The symptoms I’m experiencing are so mild as to be impossible of invoking any sort of sympathy.
The good news is that this morning I did a sequence I use for fighting colds and my sinuses drained almost completely. I felt so much better afterwards. You might have collected it from 24/2/11, but it’s repeated here without the drawings:Colds SequenceUttanasana, 2 min. Head supported on the seat of a chair
Prasarita Padottanasana, 2 min., as above
Adho Mukha Svanasana x 2, 2 min., head supported on a bolster
Sirsasana, 3-5 min.
Viparita Dandasana, 3 min., supported on a chair
Supta Baddha Konasana, 5 min.
Supta Virasana, 5 min.
Setu Bandhasana Sarvangasana, on a bolster and blanket, 5 min.
Halasana, 5 min.
Sarvangasana, 5 min.
Halasana, 5 min.
Setu Bandha Sarvangasana, as above, 5 min.
Viparita Karani, 5 min.
Viloma Pranayama, 20 cycles
Savasana, 5-10 min.
May you scoot through the winter season, cold and flu free.
The other good news is that as of today we’ve broken the back of winter; at least we’ve passed the Solstice 🙂

Brio