Hormone Yoga Therapy for Diabetes is complementary treatment to reactivate the pancreas, to lower glycemic level and to prevent the consequences. Hormone Yoga helps in the treatment of diabetes type 1 and type 2, and has a beneficial effect to the pancreas, spleen, liver and adrenal glands. Regular practicing also acts on the sexual glands and thyroid. Therapeutic exercises of Hormone Yoga are suitable for women and men of all ages and also for complete Yoga beginners.

Hormone Yoga Therapy for Diabetes helps to:
  • Control the glycemic level (diabetes type 1. and type 2.)
  • Prevention of genetic predispositions to diabetes
  • Relieve the stress
  • Harmonize the hormonal system
  • Increased libido, fertility

Contraindications and when is an appropriate medical consultation:
  • Pregnancy (pregnant women should practice only a prenatal yoga)
  • Psychiatric problems (not practice HYT when using medications)
  • After heart surgery (medical permission needed)
  • After any other surgeries (medical permission needed)
  • Nondiagnosed abdominal or back pain
  • Women during menstruation



Hormone Yoga Therapy for Diabetes is complementary treatment to reactivate the pancreas, to lower glycemic level and to prevent the consequences. Hormone Yoga helps in the treatment of diabetes type 1 and type 2, and has a beneficial effect to the pancreas, spleen, liver and adrenal glands. Regular practicing also acts on the sexual glands and thyroid. Therapeutic exercises of Hormone Yoga are suitable for women and men of all ages and also for complete Yoga beginners.

Hormone Yoga Therapy for Diabetes helps to:
  • Control the glycemic level (diabetes type 1. and type 2.)
  • Prevention of genetic predispositions to diabetes
  • Relieve the stress
  • Harmonize the hormonal system
  • Increased libido, fertility

Contraindications and when is appropriate medical consultation:
  • Pregnancy (pregnant women should practice only a prenatal yoga)
  • Psychiatric problems (not practice HYT when using medications)
  • After heart surgery (medical permission needed)
  • After any other surgeries (medical permission needed)
  • Nondiagnosed abdominal or back pain
  • Women during menstruation