Yoga & Female Health
John Hopkins Medicine - Research Excerpt says that when women go through sudden hormonal changes like those that come with perimenopause, puberty, postpartum, and even their monthly cycle, they’re at a higher risk for depression Women live the life of superman. Join this one-hour talk show & explore the biological life stages of women and how fluctuations in the hormonal milieu affect the quality of life.
Who Is This Class For?
- Women Of All Ages
- Yoga Instructors
- Fitness Enthusiasts
|Dr Vineeta Ketkar||11th Sep||05:00 PM-06:00 PM||Yoga & Womanhood, Challenges & Yoga for different Stages, How Yoga improves Quality of Life|
|Dr Vineeta Ketkar||11th Sep|
05:00 PM-06:00 PM, IST
|Yoga & Womanhood, Challenges & Yoga for different Stages, How Yoga improves Quality of Life|
The global prevalence of PCOS is estimated to be between 6% and 26%
PCOS increases the risk for various dermatologic, oncologic, metabolic, reproductive, and psychological aberrations.
Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction report says in Urban areas of India one out of six couples is impacted by infertility
The continuum of a woman's life can be divided into different stages, each characterized by certain features. Dr. Vineeta Ketkar, 35 years of Clinical Medical Practice & 24 years of Therapeutic Yoga Practice will educate us on these changes & how yoga practice does more for women than just make their bodies supple.
1. Yoga & Womanhood
2. Challenges & Yoga for different Stages
A) Peri Menarche Phase (Age 12 to 18 years)
B) Reproductive Phase (Age 20 to 35 years)
C) Peri Menopausal Phase & Menopausal Phase
3. How Yoga improves Quality of Life
Each session will deal with one element and will comprise the following,
- Theory lecture on the element of the day, along with its impact on body, mind, and life.
- Recommendations on which asana to practice to work on specific elements.
- Understanding how the elements work together through our body systems and the Prana Vayus.
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