Women’s Health Yoga
Flexibility and change is at the core of any Yoga practice. From the moment we choose to start practicing Yoga, change occurs as a natural process.
In ancient India, women practiced Yoga through ritual, prayer and dance. Women understood their cycles and praised the Moon as Nature´s guide to how their bodies, emotions and moods would operate.
Thousands of years later, Yoga has been revived in the West as a practice that helps women deal with the stress of urban living, as well as being a gateway to embodied spirituality.
Our approach to Women´s Health and Wellbeing through Yoga, teaches the modern woman to reconnect to her inherent biorhythms through practices that respect her cycles;the waning and waxing of the Moon, the yin and the yang, or simply, the active and receptive qualities inside the many cycles that women go through in life.
From teenager to wise elder woman, we all go through changes and phases, spirals of movement, growing and maturing. To go against these rhythms is to defy Nature´s wisdom and create internal imbalances that are often called women´s health issues.
“A woman in harmony with her Spirit is like a river flowing.
She goes where she will without pretense and arrives at
her destination prepared to be herself and only herself.”
Yoga For Women’s Health
A full 50 page guide on the importance of yoga for women and how to attune your body to the moon cycle with yoga practices and a plant based diet.
This book also includes a bonus chapter on the best 10 yoga poses for women´s health.
The practice can be dynamic or restorative according to which part of the cycle we are working on. We use meridian based Yoga that harmonizes the internal organs that are associated with some of the dysfunctions in the cycle. The practice goes beyond the Yoga mat and into the qualities that harmonize the connection with the female body. These qualities are present in sexuality, receptivity, creativity and many other expressions. The source of inspiration for this practice comes from the ancient wisdom of Yoga that had at it´s core the Tantric philosophy of re-conciliating duality while experiencing it, as well as the fundamental principles of the 5 Elements, these provide us a clear system on how to work with the body in a way that is both logical and intuitive.