MENOPAUSE & WOMENS WELLBEING
Many women have found that yoga can considerably improve the unwelcome side effects of menopause, which may include hot flushes, moodiness, irregular periods, weight gain and a slowed metabolism amongst some of the symptoms which can occur.
The emotional symptoms of menopause may disrupt your sleep, lower your energy or affect emotional health. Yoga, specifically Gita Style yoga is targeted at balancing your hormones, especially your oestrogen and progesterone levels. It is the most effective treatments to help with lifestyle adjustments and hormone therapy.
While there is no cure-all for each and every symptom of menopause, research has shown practicing yoga consistently may provide ample relief for several of the symptoms.
Rather than relying on a synthetic hormonal such as HRT as an approach to menopausal management, which has the many dangers such as the risks of breast cancer, ovarian cancer, womb cancer, blood clots, heart disease and strokes, research is finally proving that Yoga is a natural safest, best and most comprehensive remedy.
Given the potential side effects of HRT, healthcare practitioners have begun searching for alternative ways to help better support the transition through menopause. The latest non synthetic recommendations include the following:
A healthy diet
Therapeutic activities with a focus on massage and yoga
Yoga for women during menopause will not only help with symptoms of menopause it will help prevent osteoporosis and will help curb the ageing process.
The program is focused on natural hormonal balance through a yoga plan which is specifically target for women and the reproductive area, women's health and mental wellbeing.
It is practiced in block of 5 sessions. You are welcome to attend group classes but having a program of 5 private sessions will teach you what you may need to know which will then allow you to make the most out of any group yoga class once you know what you know!
All private classes are followed with a gentle individual personal healing relaxation.