EndoEASE Yoga

(Camera optional) This sesh is not just about stretching and breathing; it's about finding peace within yourself, especially when you're battling conditions like endometriosis. Sab might have just added to her tool kit wrapping up her 200-hour yoga teacher training. But she's also been duking it out with endometriosis and chronic pain for ages.

Endometriosis is a real pain in the... well, you know where. It's like this tissue that's supposed to stay put decides to go camping outside the uterus instead. And let me tell you, it's not a welcome camper. It brings along all sorts of shit symptoms: painful periods, bleeding between periods, prolonged periods or periods at short intervals, back, pelvic, and leg pain, cramping, fatigue, uncomfortable bowel movements or painful weeing, vomiting, nausea, bloating, headaches and a heap of other symptoms. If you're ticking off that checklist...
this yoga session has got your name all over it.

Yoga, mate. Seriously. Yep! The right poses can be like a gentle hug for your body and mind, easing tension giving pain the boot. Imagine finding moments of blissful relaxation amidst all the chronic chaos and suffering. Hmm, yes. please.

And hey, it's not just us saying it. Research backs it up. Yoga is a game-changer for folks battling endometriosis. It's not just about striking a pose; it's about getting in tune with your breath and your body.

Now, when it comes to doing yoga with endometriosis, it's all about finding your groove. We recommend slow and steady and it ain't a race. 

Leave the power poses at the door; we're all about that gentle stuff like Hatha, yin, and restorative yoga. 

But hold up, if there are some poses you might wanna skip, especially if you've had surgery recently or you're in the middle of a flare-up. No pretzel twisting just yet; let's save that for another time, or never. Actually that goes for everyone, join where you can, go back to a posture that worked for you or just rest.

We'll focus on poses like the Restorative Goddess, Supine Spinal Twist, and Happy Baby. They're like little pockets of relief, in saying that easing tension and promoting relaxation might feel different each time you hit the mat. 

This sesh? Less about the spiritual mumbo jumbo and more about focusing on you. It’s your yoga practice is your way, Sab will suggest a bunch of stuff. With full encouragement to listen to your body, honour how you feel and tweak those poses to suit your needs. The best part we reckon is you get to do it from the comfort of your own space. Finally make sure you've got all the cushions, pillows and a comfy surface and tee up the curated playlist we issue to match.

It's gonna be good. 


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