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Ayurvedic Tips for the smooth cycle and women's health

Maryna Stasiuk
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May 27 4:30PM - 5:30PM

The Woman has three blessing in her life which we often consider as a curse.

First of all, Nature cares about the purity of our body. Menstruation is a natural form of monthly purification.

The second, Nature protects our reproductive tissue from overuse and depletion. Thats why an ovulation happening only once per month.

The third, when there is a time to stop our natural ability to give a life we are experiencing a transition to the menopause.

It sounds awesome, doesnt it? Still, there are certain things that makes us consider a curse more than a blessing. They are PMS, Menopausal Syndrome, Yeast Infections, Menorrhagia and other issues connected to the menstrual cycle or the reproductive tissue.

Are you suffering from the menstrual cramps, irritability, mood swings, too heavy or too frequent menstruation? Feel bloated like a balloon, fatigue or oversensitive?

  • Understand a language of your body to get rid of those and balance your cycle with Ayurveda.

  • Learn the simple natural remedies to smooth your menstrual flow and avoid cramps.

  • Regulate your diet and lifestyle to improve the women's health.

  • Discover natural tips for the easier menopause transition.

The goal of Ayurveda is to keep the woman vital and pure, as the Woman represents a Nature, a Life. An uncomfortable cycle is the first symptom of the imbalance in our body. Ayurveda has a deep understanding of the menstrual imbalances and teach us a major points for the healthy and smooth flow.

Class Taught by Maryna Stasuik
By Donation. Suggested donation $10-$20

This class will be held at Madrona House Apothecary + Healing Arts

1423 34th Ave, Unit C
Seattle, WA 98122

We are in a converted craftsman style house tucked behind the Red Cow restaurant on 34th between Union + Pike.

To find us, take the concrete stairs to the immediate left of restaurant entrance. Come up the wood porch to the right and enter through glass door that says Unit C!

Street parking is abundant in this neighborhood.

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