Yoni Svedana - therapeutic sitz steam bath for women

Traditional rituals for women's health

Ayurvedic gynecology pays great attention to the area of Yoni Roga (imbalances & diseases of the female pelvis) and describes various treatment approaches, which include Yoni Svedana. In Yoni Svedana, plants and herbs are used in conjunction with steam for prevention and as a healing tool to balance and prevent women's imbalances and conditions in the area of the yoni.
Irregularities in the menstrual cycle, cycle complaints, unpleasant side effects during and after menopause, but also the desire to have children and childbirth are among the effects of Yoni Svedana. The seminar teaches the theoretical basics and the practical application of Yoni Svedana for integration in your own practice.

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Contents

- Origin and development Yoni Svedana
- range of action, indications and contraindications
- Yoni Roga: imbalances & diseases of the female pelvis and pelvic health
- application scheme, timing & frequency of application
- women's herbs and compilation of herbal steam mixtures
- preparation of own herbal steam mixture and Yoni Svedana

For whom?

- Ayurvedic practitioners, therapists and physicians
- midwives
- all who are interested in Ayurvedic women's medicine

Lecturers

Mag. Marion Malle

Price info

Seminar fee from € 345

Please note the price information at the respective module dates.

plus room and board - only for attendance dates in Birstein

On the campus of the European Academy of Ayurveda there are guest houses available. For your overnight stay during the training you can choose from rooms of different categories. Ayurvedic full board from our organic kitchen is included in the room price.

Final payment

By invoice: Due 14 days before the start of the seminar

At a glance

Required previous knowledge:
none

Scope
2 Days 22,5 learning hrs of which 15 hrs presence

from € 345
Plus board and lodging if applicable

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