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Hormone Yoga Therapy (HYT) Weekend Workshop

Learn about and practice Hormone Yoga Therapy (HYT), a potent yoga practice designed to target, activate and balance hormone production.


Portland Therapeutic Yoga
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5001 SE Brooklyn Avenue, Portland OR, US 97206
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  • Workshop

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May 16 to
May 17
12:00 pmto17:00 pm

May 16 & 17, Saturday/Sunday, from 12:00pm to 5:00pm each day.



Full Description

What is Hormone Yoga Therapy?
"This yoga alternative to synthetic drug therapies" can ease or eliminate adverse symptoms associated with hormone imbalanced conditions including - the decline of hormone production in women beginning as early as age 35 (peri-menopause), menopause, PMS, irregular periods, PCOS, infertility caused by low or unbalanced hormones and post-partum depression.

What Symptoms can Hormone Yoga Therapy can address?
Multiple symptoms can be addressed by HYT, such as - insomnia, depression, hot flashes, irritability, mood swings, anxiety, emotional instability, migraines, headache, joint pain, heart palpitations, tiredness, fatigue, weight gain, itching skin, slow reasoning, poor memory, urogenital dryness, hair loss, dry skin, brittle nails, PMS, infertility, low libido, muscle cramps, cold feet legs & hands.

How does Hormone Yoga Therapy practice works?
Through a specific sequence of dynamic and static yoga postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama) and specific muscle contractions (bandhas), the glands responsible for hormone production are given an internal massage.

This sequence combined with Tibetan energy techniques, mudras and visualization that consciously direct energy flow during each posture (asana), targets and activates female hormone production in the ovaries, thyroid and parathyroids, pituitary and to a lesser degree the adrenal glands.

The entire practice reactivates the production of hormones and balances the neuro-endocrine system

Who should practice Hormone Yoga Therapy?
-Women with a hormone imbalanced condition (see above list).
-Women having difficulties getting pregnant due to low hormone levels.
-Women age 35 and older experiencing decline of hormone production and the adverse symptoms associated with peri-menopause and menopause.

What are the benefits of this practice?
Check our website for the list of benefits: