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Hormonal Yoga Therapy Worksop Yogaville Ashram (Virginia)

May 9th, 2013 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

A Natural Alternative to Hormone Replacement

with Padma Angje Ujkaj

**20% Early Bird Discount good until May 20, 2013**

Boost your hormones and awaken and explore your feminine energies!

Hormone Yoga Therapy (HYT) was created by Dinah Rodrigues about 20 years ago.
It is a holistic approach that offers a natural alternative to activate the hormones.
It works on both the physical and energetic bodies through a specific yoga series
(asanas), specific breathing exercises (pranayama), Tibetan energy technique
combined with specific muscle contractions (bandhas), and visualization during
relaxation.

The glands responsible for hormone production are the ovaries, thyroid,
parathyroid, pituitary gland and adrenals. There are targeted in HYT by utilizing
internal massage and consciously directing the energy flow during each exercise in
order to stimulate and activate female hormone production.

Hormone yoga therapy is for women of all ages. This natural therapy not only helps
eliminate the side effects of pre-menopause and menopause, but also benefits
women and teenagers with hormonal disorders (PMS, irregular periods), as well as
women having difficulties getting pregnant due to low hormone levels. By keeping
hormone levels normal, HYT may also help prevent several age-related diseases
such as osteoporosis and cardio-vascular disease. This Yoga can be practiced by any
women over 35* to increase their mental and physical energy.

The benefits of Hormone Yoga Therapy (HYT):

• Increased flexibility and freedom of movement
• Increased and regulation of hormone levels
• Prevention of illness caused by reduced hormone levels
• Reduction of many symptoms as insomnia, depression, hot flushes, irritability,
emotional instability, migraines, stress.
• Increased vitality and well being
• Harmonizing and balancing the whole body
*Statistically at that age the natural production of estrogen begin to decrease and create side effect

For more information, please visit the Yogaville website.

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