If you are asking about the different types of baths then Shastras do mention about the 5 kinds of them viz:
1)Agneya(fiery) 2)Varuna(water bath) 3)Braahma (bathing using Vedic mantras) 4)Vaayavya(windy) & 5)Divya (Celestial holy bath).
9.Snaanaani Panchapunyaani Kirtitaani Manishibhihi,Agneyam Varunam Braahmam Vyavyam Divyameva cha- The learned have declared five kinds of bathing to purificatory : the Agneya or fiery bathing, the Varuna or the watery bathing, the
Brahma or Vedic bathing, the VAyavya or windy bathing, and the Divya
or the celestial bathing.(Parashara Smriti Chapter 12)
Agneya is smearing the body with holy ash(Vasma or Vibhuti).
Varuna is bathing with water,plunging into water.
Braahma is bathing with marjana mantras like "Om apohistha Mayo bHuba.."
Vaayavya is bathing with the dust raised by the hoofs of the cows
Divya is bathing in rain water when there are rains and sunlight simultaneously.
10 — 11. The Agneya bathing consists in bathing with ashes ; the
Varuna is plunging into the water ; the Brahma consists in reciting
the verse ' apohishta, &c. ;' the Vayavya is bathing with the dust
raised by the hoof of a cow ; but the celestial bathing takes place
when one is drenched with, rain-water, the rain coming down while the
sun is shining. This kind of bathing is of equal efficacy with the
bathing in the river Ganga
However,if you are talking about Chakra cleansing, then that is accomplished by meditation(coupled with repetitions of appropriate beejams like Lam,Ram,Vam,Yam etc) as taught by the teacher.
In general,chittasuddhi is obtained by constantly repeating the Ishta mantra (the one received from the Guru) & nadishuddi by the practice of pranayama.