Hormonal yoga

What is Hormone Yoga Therapy (HYT) for Women

A set of exercises supporting the renewal and harmonization of hormones in the body

Hormonal yoga therapy for women is a set of dynamic exercises that stimulate the endocrine glands such as the thyroid gland, ovaries, adrenal glands or pituitary gland. It is a unique holistic and rejuvenating set of exercises, which was compiled and tested by medical studies by Mrs. Dinah Rodriques.
With regular exercise, the set renews, increases and harmonizes the production of hormones.

For whom is HYT intended and when to start with HYT

For all women with hormonal imbalances
A woman of any age can start

Hormonal yoga therapy is intended for women from the first menstruation to old age, who have problems related to hormonal imbalances. Women over the age of 35 should exercise the set as a precaution, as estrogen levels begin to fall at this age, causing a number of problems. Around the age of 40, women often complain that they are starting to gain weight and it is very difficult for them to lose weight, which is also due to declining estrogen levels. Exercise adjusts estrogen levels and women lose weight naturally.
The advantage is that every woman can do the exercises, even if she has no previous experience with yoga.

What will HYT bring you?

Energy, health and joy of life

  • balances the level of hormones in the body (thanks to that it will help you with many health problems)
  • increases energy
  • improves skin, nails and hair
  • improves the sleep
  • improves your body's flexibility
  • overall you will feel better

When HYT exercises help

Menopause, infertility, PMS, PCO, thyroid hypofunction ...

  • menopause - during menopause women often suffer from hot flashes,
  • insomnia, depression, irritability, memory loss, emotional instability, urogenital
  • dryness, loss of vitality, low libido or migraines
  • premature menopause
  • pregnancy - infertility due to hormonal imbalance, poor blood circulation or
  • pelvic muscle cramps
  • contraception - after stopping, women often have a hormonal imbalance
  • incontinence and pelvic floor problems
  • gynecological problems - eg yeast infections, inflammation, itching
  • premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • polycystic ovary syndrome (PCO)
  • irregular or painful menstruation
  • thyroid hypofunction
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • lack of energy
  • hormonal imbalance after childbirth
  • hair loss, dry skin, brittle nails
  • joint pain - the onset of arthritis or osteoporosis
  • weight gain and changes in the distribution of fat stores in the body
  • stess
  • depression

When HYT not to practice - CONTRAINDICATIONS

Pregnancy, breast cancer, endometriosis, inflammation in the body

  • pregnancy
  • breast cancer
  • shortly after operations
  • endometriosis
  • appendicitis (before and just after surgery)
  • heart problems (adjust exercise)
  • unidentifiable pain in the abdomen
  • large fibroids
  • increased thyroid function
  • problems of intervertebral discs (we exercise very gently)
  • advanced stage of osteoporosis (risk of fractures)
  • shortly after hysterectomy (the reason for performing this procedure is important)
  • with any inflammation in the body
  • cosmetic breast surgery (with doctor's recommendation)
  • high blood pressure (exercise without holding your breath after inhaling)
  • thyroid hyperfunction (exercise very carefully - consult a doctor)

When to exercise

Best before meals

It should be exercised on an empty stomach, preferably in the morning before breakfast or 2 hours after a meal.

It is better to exercise in the morning, because the set has strong energizing effects, you will literally feel charged with energy, which you will use during the day rather than in the evening before bed.

After you have mastered the whole set, the exercise will take you about 30 minutes a day. Exercise should be done daily if you want fast results or at least 3-4 times a week.