A set of reproductive yoga exercises nourishes the female organs and restores the hormonal system to balance. The chances of conceiving increase significantly.
Body and soul in balance
We try to keep the physical health of our patients in balance with their mental state and mental well-being. One of the supportive methods of infertility treatment is reproductive yoga, which regulates and balances hormonal functions. Thanks to it, you can increase your fertility Take part in our online reproductive yoga lessons, where we will teach you yoga exercises and positions (asanas) that support and strengthen the endocrine and reproductive systems.
Invite a partner to your reproductive yoga lesson! The positive effects of the exercises also affect his body. Practicing yoga increases the number of sperm in a man's body. In addition, yoga deepens your intimate relationship and improves sexual performance.
Fertility yoga - 1st lesson
The 1st lesson of fertility yoga, which we will show you, is focused mainly on stretching positions followed by relaxing through breathing. Stress, immunity disorder and inconsistencies in hormonal levels in a woman's body are the most common causes of infertility.
Fertility yoga - 2nd lesson
The 2nd lesson of reproductive yoga is focused on positions which stimulate the internal organs (uterus and ovaries) and help to detoxify the body, and that way providing a better blood flow to all internal organs.
Fertility Yoga - 3rd lesson
The 3rd lesson of reproductive yoga is again focused on stretching positions followed by relaxing through breathing. Practising Asanas, in which our tissues and cells are regenerated, thus slowing down their ageing process. Positions are suitable for women who are preparing for embryo transfer.
A healthy diet is a precondition for a healthy pregnancy. Green vegetable, fish or various kinds of spice are fertility-supporting foods.
Physiotherapy has a significant effect on the whole process of infertility treatment. Complex physiotherapy techniques help, for example, treat chronic pelvic pain or functionally infertile women.
Consultation with a psychologist
Infertility is not an easy situation to deal with. It isn't uncommon for couples to experience emotional stress and pain. If you're having a hard time coping with the situation, you may find it helpful to speak to a therapist.