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In celebration of International Women’s Day today (8 March), London’s Ushvani Spa is hosting a unique hormonal yoga workshop.

The 90-minute yoga workshop is open to all levels, and taps into the unique feminine energy fields, balancing and restoring hormonal levels in the body – which Ushvani said offers a host of benefits, from the reduction of painful periods and PMS to improving fertility and promoting harmony within the body.

The workshop focuses on a woman’s innate strength and power, soothing, healing and centring the focus, and will feature a series of fluid movements, sacred breath work and spiral movement.

The workshop centres on several key areas to promote hormonal balance throughout the body, including asanas that open hips, elongate the spine and support key areas of hormone production throughout the body, as well as balance poses, such as the tree pose, which stimulates the pituitary gland.

Hormonal yoga is particularly helpful during PMS, perimenopause, menopause and for women with polycystic ovary syndrome where the key poses and deep focused breathing leads to improved blood flow, symptom relief and mental alertness, the company said.

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In celebration of International Women’s Day today (8 March), London’s Ushvani Spa is hosting a unique hormonal yoga workshop.
The workshop will focus on a woman’s innate strength and power


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