This method is useful for girls and women of reproductive age, as well as menopausal and post-menopausal women. It is, however, not useful for women who take oral contraceptives, or use an IUD (intrauterine device).
What is its purpose?
Achieve female health, eliminate period related complaints
• Regulates irregular menstrual cycle
• Starts regular periods when these are absent
• Helps to achieve a 28-day menstrual cycle
• Shortens the length of the periods from 5 or more days to 3 days
• Effective in overcoming menstrual pain, cramps and PMS
• Helps in reducing/ceasing uterine fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS, cyst
• Balances hormone levels
• Stimulates ovulation
• Helps in the case of recurring miscarriages
• Opens narrow or blocked fallopian tube
• Prepares for IVF and increases success rate
• It may enhance the chances of pregnancy also for women over 35
For menopausal women
• Decreases menopausal symptoms, such as heat waves, vaginal discomfort, unwanted hairgrowth
• Prevents the dropping down of the uterus and/or the bladder
• Alleviates symptoms of depression
• Delays the development of osteoporosis
• Reduces incontinence
• Hormonal balancing without medication
The exercises of the method stimulate blood-flow in and around our pelvic area, and the reproductive organs. Due to the increased blood supply they get more essential hormones, nutrients and oxygen, which in turn improves and accelerates the body’s natural healing processes. Hormone production returns to age appropriate levels and is maintained through a feedback mechanism connected to the pituitary gland (hypophysis).
The Aviva method consists of a series of excersises and acts side-by-side with conventional medicine, to support and strengthen the female reproductive system and organs. It offers the body an opportunity to heal itself and also supports natural and spontaneous fertility. It can lead to a ‘second blossoming’ instead of the expected decline for women experiencing menopause.
The Method is officially recognised by various health institutes in Israel and abroad, and is registered with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland.
The exercises are moderate and easy to learn. The regular practice (twice or three times a week) of the 30 minutes long workout can help restore fragile hormonal balance and return the body to equilibrium. Furthermore, it is maintaining your physical and emotional wellbeing.
The exercises can be learned at a workshop, or by taking private lessons. Once you are familiar with the movements, you can either practice at home, or can participate at the Aviva practice classes.
Workshop (4 hours long): EUR 80
Class (60 min): EUR 12
Pass (6 ocassions, valid for 2 months): EUR 48
Private workshop (app. 3 hours): EUR 160
Private class (60 min): EUR 30
Private pass (6 ocassions): EUR 150
Next workshops in Madrid (2017)
4 March: 10:00 - 14:00
If you are interested please drop an email to reserve your place, as the number of participants is limited: email@example.com
Two years ago a fibroid was found in my womb and then a cyst in my ovary. I am convinced that there is no disease just signs that your body sends to you to take notice that you should make a change. I also believe that by facing the emotional reason behind the physical symptoms and by practicing exercises we can greatly support our body in healing itself. I was advised to try out Aviva’s method - so I did.
The fibroid and the cyst were gone, however, I have also found some other advantages with the method. My mood became much better after the workout. Furthermore, it was an excellent body shaper, especially in the areas of the waist, hips, tights and lower abdomen. I began the instructors' course as soon as it was possible as I believe that this workout series should be known to every woman who has any kind of discomfort with her femininity. And what woman doesn’t have at least some of these issues in our current world? :)
I am still practicing regularly for the sake of prevention and for my physical and emotional wellbeing.
Aviva, Gabriella Steiner was born in 1930, in Budapest, Hungary. After World War II., she moved to Tel Aviv and became a successful ballerina. Finishing her career she dedicated her life to gymnastics and healing.
She studied anatomy, physiotherapy as well as the ancient fertility dances. The Aviva Method known today is the product of 28 years of research and practice.
Currently she lives in Tel Aviv. Her method gives hope to a lot of women who have problems with their reproductive system. However, Aviva is most proud of the birth of all the beautiful children whose mothers had previously been treated for infertility in vain.