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Yoga in Midlife

A Holistic Approach To Aging Well


Yoga for Menopause in Macau

Yoga is not just a physical practice but a journey into the depths of the self

Even knowing that yoga can be beneficial to your overall well-being during midlife transition and beyond, you might have questioned if practicing yoga would be really suitable for you. A common misconception is that yoga is only for young, flexible, and thin people, and it is often considered a form of exercise. This is not true, yoga accepts you wherever you are in life and although it involves physical practice, it offers much more than a simple workout. Yoga practice is adaptable to your needs and not the inverse. Another wrong misconception is the belief that all goes downhill after 40 and 50, especially when it comes to health, movement, and starting something new. If you understand what you are going through at this stage of life and address it with the right lifestyle changes to how you eat, exercise, manage stress, and prioritize your sleep, you will certainly navigate this transition with ease and see amazing results.


I strongly believe you can be in the best shape of your life and become your best self possible, even as you get older. Why do I believe it? It is because I am living it and I have also helped people to achieve it. At age 55, I’ve never felt better. Staying active and moving our bodies is critical for healthy aging, it keeps us strong, flexible, and full of energy. As a yoga teacher, besides teaching, I’ve been using yoga to my own benefit for many years, and I confess that its holistic approach helped me a great deal, especially when I was going through the challenges of menopause. Yoga truly supported my journey not only on the physical level but also in improving my mental and emotional well-being. I don’t have the utmost solution, and the aim is not to reverse the aging process, but finally what we all are looking for is to find strategies to cope and restore our life quality.

The most common challenges during Midlife & Menopause


  • Hormonal disturbances

  • Decrease in muscle strength, connective tissue elasticity, and bone density (osteoporosis) with lower estrogen

  • Weight gain

  • Changes in posture (Kyphosis)

  • Risks of cardiovascular disease


  • Low self-esteem

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Confusion

  • Mood swings

  • Irritability

  • Extreme feelings of overwhelm


  • Negative self-talk

  • Brain fog

  • Sleep problems

  • Easily distracted

  • Forgetfulness

  • Depression

A holistic approach towards the best version of yourself

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  • Increases muscle strength, connective tissue elasticity and bone density

  • Shapes and tones your body

  • Weight loss

  • Belly bloating relief

  • Better posture

  • Lifts your mood

  • Expands lung capacity

  • Prepares body to sleep

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Boosts immunity

  • Calms the nervous system

  • Improves mental focus and concentration

  • Gain clarity about your priorities and goals

  • Improves self-esteem

  • Helps you deconstruct negative thinking and limiting beliefs

  • Transforms ideas into goal-directed actions

  • Tones and releases the muscles and the fascia adhesions to reduce sagging and wrinkles in face and neck

  • Increases skin blood flow

  • Stimulates collagen and elastin production

  • Improves self-esteem

  • Increases mobility and range of motion

  • Calms overactive mind

  • Helps you slowdown, and teaches you to cultivate patience and self-awareness

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Removes tension from long hours of sitting at work

  • Infuses positive thinking

  • Quiets the mind

  • Restores sleep quality

  • Eases depression

  • Improves focus and memory

  • Lowers blood pressure

With consistency, transformation happens


You can’t love someone whom you know little about, so start by cultivating a deep level of intimacy with yourself! First loving yourself will reflect with long-lasting relationship with others.

Yoga Awakening

The Yoga Awakening Workshop


The weekend workshop will present a holistic approach with yoga practices to serve and support women who are going through midlife changes, menopause, and the related physical, mental, and emotional challenges during this period. I called this set of strategies “Yoga Awakening” because this is a transformative period for all of us, an opportunity to evolve, grow and self-acceptance. You just need to have the right mindset and give it a try. I am here to guide you.

DATE: Soon to be announced



  • Understand the hormonal changes through the stages of menopause (peri, mid, and post) and how they affect you physically and emotionally.

  • Vinyasa Yoga with dumbbells to strengthen the core, and tone arms, glutes, and legs (resistance training)

  • Yoga sequence for belly bloating relief.

  • Yin Yoga practice for organs meridians health and to calm the overactive mind.

  • Learn the postures that are good to build bone density and prevent osteoporosis and osteopenia.

  • Pelvic floor regulation and strength training.

  • Breathing exercises for insomnia, stress and anxiety relief and development of concentration.

  • Meditation practices to ease signs of depression, stop the negative self-talk, and create the best life you always wanted.

  • Self-inquiry practices and journaling for more clarity about your priorities, end goals and build self-appreciation.

  • Learn the Face Yoga Anti-Sagging Protocol that includes face and neck massage, cupping, and gentle strength training to tone muscles, and stimulate collagen and elastin production in the area.

  • The importance of soothing and restful practices in midlife: restorative yoga and Yoga Nidra.

  • A safe and supportive women’s circle to share and learn.



  • The workshop kit to support your daily practice (manual, dumbbells, anti-wrinkle face serum, face cupping tools, Guasha)

  • Yoga physical practice video recording is available for 1 month after the workshop to practice every day at home. Remember that consistency is the key to transformation!

  • Facebook accountability group access to offer encouragement and to learn from each other

If you are interested in this workshop, join the waitlist and you will be informed by email as soon as the registrations open.


Face Yoga & Face Cupping


Blossom in the Second Spring


“In traditional Chinese medicine, Second Spring is the time after menopause that is characterized by a renewed and expansive vitality. Postmenopausal life is a rebirth, bringing a Second Spring full of new possibilities”


- Kate Codrington -

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