Yoga for Sleep workshops – learn the 5 steps to work with your physical body, your energy, your mind, your emotions and your natural equilibrium to restore your sleep.

Do you get your 7 to 9 recommended hours of sleep regularly?  This is the amount of sleep recommended by the National Sleep Foundation but a 2017 Aviva Health Check UK Report found 48% of UK adults admitted not getting the right amount of sleep.  Poor sleep is a major contributory factor to disease and ill-health so ensuring that you get the best sleep that you can should be as much a part of your self-care regime as diet and exercise.

Gráinne’s yoga for sleep workshops provide you with yoga tools to improve not only your sleep but also your rest, energy levels, mood, well-being and more.  You will learn 5 steps to work with your physical body, your energy, your mind, your emotions and your natural equilibrium.  You don’t need any experience of yoga to benefit and restore your sleep.

You will learn simple yoga postures for morning, evening and resting in-between as well as meditative practices to help you calm your “monkey mind” which is a recurring theme for those who have problems falling asleep and also those who wake in the middle of the night.

One of Gráinne’s recent sleep yoga students reported a ”second consecutive night of uninterrupted sleep” following completion of her  course.  You can read her full testimonial here.

Yoga for sleep workshops are run in short “taster” versions to introduce you to the basics of Sleep Recovery and the “Simple Sleep Sequence” and also in more detailed sequences of 5 sessions (including many more yoga Sleep Recovery™ tools) to reflect the 5 step approach to sleep recovery so Gráinne can offer you continued support, advice and guidance as you progress through the 5 steps to improve your sleep now and for the rest of your life.

Yoga for sleep 5 week workshops run no more than 5 times a year and spaces are limited to ensure individual attention, see below to book for the latest date.

As with Yoga and Pilates, Zenga commences with mindful breathing

Simple meditative techniques are learned are on yoga for sleep workshops to help calm the mind so you can fall (and stay) asleep when its time to sleep.