Saturday, November 19 1-3 PM
Attend Live at Kundalini Windansea or via Livestream in the comfort of your home!
(If attending from home, log in will be sent upon registration.)
It is estimated that 20% of the population have some form of thyroid disease. Up to 60% of those with a thyroid condition are unaware, and of women are five to eight times more likely to experience thyroid issues than men (American Thyroid Association).
The symptoms of hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, graves disease or Hashimoto’s can leave even the strongest person feeling helpless, which is why having techniques and tools to positively affect your thyroid not only boosts your wellbeing but also provides a sense of empowerment in your healing journey.
During this workshop, participants will learn lifestyle and meditation techniques that they can integrate into their lives, including:
- Daily rituals to support thyroid health
- Yoga and meditation techniques for thyroid healing
- Understanding the relationship between emotions, words and the throat chakra/thyroid
- Connecting with and using the body as a guide for healing
This workshop is appropriate for anyone who:
- Suspects or has a thyroid condition
- Wants tools to use in their life to empower their healing
- Knows someone who has a thyroid condition
- Is interested in learning more about the thyroid and/or throat chakra
Molly Hamill, MA, is a Life Coach, Kundalini Yoga and Meditation instructor and a Thyroid Thriver. For years she struggle to understand what was happening to her body. After finally receiving an accurate diagnosis, hypothyroidism and then Hashimoto’s, she immediately began integrating her knowledge of yoga, meditation, EFT and coaching into her healing journey. Today she works with women (mostly) around the country helping them thrive through their thyroid conditions by understanding how our words, behaviors, and beliefs affect our thyroid and developing new healing habits to support a healthy and thriving life.
The information outlined in this workshop is not intended as a substitute for personalized medical advice. They are lifestyle recommendations that are meant to accompany and complement both integrative and functional medicine. It is left to the discretion of and it is the sole responsibility of the user of the information provided to determine if recommendations are appropriate.