YOGA FOR SLEEP
- Have lots of comfortable cushions around you to support the body
- Yin is based on the floor no standing postures.
- Allow yourself to surrender to the postures
- Prepare to be surprised how different you will feel
Imagine being able to sleep without being interrupted by a busy mind. but also have a more flexible body. To get the sleep you deserve free of worry and stress.
In this course, you will learn the magic of Yin yoga which will lead to mindfulness and meditation establishing a calm mind that will result in better sleep. Yin yoga will make you more flexible and you will gain more range of movements. The body will become younger, more agile whilst the mind will calm.
The yin postures are held for 3 to 5 minutes, all are seated or laying down, supported by cushions, but it can still be challenging as we hold the postures in stillness. You will be surprised as you progress how much the body will open up, each day you will feel and see different results. renewing and energizing the body and be more in control of what life throws at you.
What is Yin Yoga?
It is a style of yoga that is practiced with cold muscles, no need to warm up, all the muscles are relaxed and supported by cushions to allow us to get to the deeper tissues of the body, the joints, ligaments, tendons, bones.
What is meditation? We will learn that meditation is awareness and we can meditate in the postures.
Who this course is for:
- For those who want to have a good night sleep
- To be free from anxiety
- To learn how to cope with stress and what is the cause of it
- The art of meditation made easy
- To have a wonderful flexible younger body
I am a Qualified Yoga Teacher and Yoga therapist. I have a passion for Yoga as I have seen and experienced the amazing benefits.
You can start to practice Yoga at any age and at any fitness level. I have students who are 93 who began their learning of yoga in their eighties. Yoga has the ability to make you feel good about yourself, no matter what life throws at you. It is a calming yet energizing practice where we learn to be at peace with ourselves