Episode 36: Use Yoga To Relieve Menopause Symptoms

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Episode 36: Use Yoga To Relieve Menopause Symptoms
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How To Use Yoga To Help Relieve Menopause Symptoms with Amrit Kendrick

Amrit Kendrick started yoga when she was 30 to help her to chill out a bit and maybe get fitter. She got the yoga bug, learning more and more about the discipline, becoming a teacher in 2002 and is now training to be a yoga teacher trainer.

Amrit has used her knowledge of yoga to help herself and others with pregnancy, motherhood and eventually menopause, even creating variations on yoga to help beginners or people with injuries or disabilities.

Listen to Amrit share her knowledge on the yoga she’s created, why yoga helps with things like this and what you can do to help relieve the symptoms of menopause (or any other imbalance/disability/injury).

Yoga For Menopause

Find out more about:

  • How yoga can help you to relax, heal and enjoy life
  • Why yoga is so important in our modern-day lives
  • Why yoga has such a profound impact on our bodies and does it have anything to do with the fact that the Chakras are situation close to or on the position of the glands in our bodies
  • How menopause and other imbalances are connected to our chakras and how yoga helps redress that imbalance
  • Which exercises help with which issues
  • Why sequences of exercises give the most benefit and where to find the sequences
  • Why you absolutely MUST join the Menopause, Marriage and Motherhood Facebook Group (which you can do by clicking here!)

Listen to the podcast and find out more about how yoga can help you through all the different changes of life.

How menopause and other imbalances are connected to our chakras and how yoga helps redress that imbalance

Menopause, Marriage and Motherhood

About Today’s Guest Amrit Kendrick

Iyengar Yoga teacher and trainer

Born in the US, after studying Marine Protected Area Policy at University

Amrit met her husband, moved to Australia and continued her work in environmental protection and conservation.

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