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This month our Bliss Baby Yoga Fertility Yoga specialist, Tanya Neate, shares the benefits of yoga in supporting women on their journey to conceive.

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Rosie Matheson Yoga for FertilityThis month Bliss Baby Yoga Director and Founder Ana Davis discusses the role of yoga and meditation practices in supporting and enhancing fertility for women who are preparing or trying to conceive. She spoke with Bliss Baby Yoga Fertility and Conscious Conception specialist, Rosie Matheson, who has been working with women to support their fertility for six years and will soon be facilitating a Bliss Baby Yoga Fertility Yoga Teacher Training in Byron Bay.

A woman’s hormonal system is her “stress-sensitive” system [1]. Stress can adversely affect the delicate balance of hormones necessary for optimal health and fertility.  A woman who is trying to conceive should therefore try to minimise the levels of stress in her life as much as possible, in order to give her body the best chance. However, the irony is infertility causes more stress! According to a famous study by Dr Alice Domar from the Harvard Medical School, the anxiety and depression levels of a woman suffering infertility is on par with someone diagnosed with a terminal disease [2]. This can set off a vicious cycle: the more stressed we become the more this may affect our ability to get pregnant, and then we become even more stressed! 

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