Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for our health and wellbeing. Just one bad night’s sleep can affect our mood, concentration and alertness and longer term sleep deprivation is linked to a number of serious health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, depression and other chronic diseases.
Research by The Sleep Council UK revealed that the majority of Britons (70%) now sleep for seven hours or less per night and more than a quarter (27%) experience poor quality sleep on a regular basis. An increasing number are now getting by on just five-six hours per night and nearly half of us lose sleep as a result of worry and stress.
This problem is a global issue with the USA stating that insufficient sleep is a public health problem. It is estimated 50-70 million US adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder. Sleep insufficiency may be caused by societal factors such as round-the-clock access to technology and work schedules. Sleep insufficiency is linked to motor vehicle crashes, industrial disasters, and medical and other occupational errors.
Are you feeling tired, exhausted and stressed? Yoga Sleep could help give you the good night’s sleep that you are craving.
Yoga and Yoga Sleep, through the use of gentle exercise, breathing techniques and relaxation, can help promote regular restful sleep patterns.
The programme includes:
A brief outline of what is included in the course and what you will gain from the course.
Julie Bladon (Jayadevi) is a UK based Yoga Teacher (500hrs). Julie’s joy is teaching authentic yoga from the heart. It is an inspiration to see the development and growth of students. She has a passion for Yoga Nidra (Yoga Sleep) and loves to share the benefits of this powerful practice both in person and online.
She creates magical guided meditations; blogs and is writing her first children’s illustrated book. She has developed a range of Yoga Sleep online products to promote relaxation, create inner peace and help to release stress and anxiety. Her meditations are beautifully crafted and backed with calming music.
Julie teaches in the UK, Europe and internationally hosting yoga retreats and tours.