Sleep Recovery Morning Practices

TUESDAYS 8.00 - 9.00 am

ONLINE The Life Centre

A morning practice to get you ready to face the day.

Sleep Recovery Boost your sleep

13 May 2020 2.00 - 4.00 pm

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Boost your sleep to increase your physical, mental and emotional resilience.

Sleep Recovery Evening Practices 

THURSDAYS 6.00 - 7.00 pm

ONLINE The Life Centre

Simple sequence of poses, breath, meditation and self acupressure to help you sleep better.

Yoga Therapy

for Insomnia and Sleep Recovery

2nd and 3rd, 6th & 17th June 2020 -

ONLINE

4th and 5th July 2020 - in person LONDON

5 day professional training in Sleep Recovery for yoga teachers, therapists, medical and psychological professionals.

Sleep Recovery

Taster Session

22 April 2020 5.30 -7.30 pm

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Learn simple and effective tools for managing anxiety, overwhelm and stress preparing for a good night’s sleep. ⁠

Sleep Recovery Training

Help others to sleep better and wake up happier

Sleep Recovery professional training offers yoga teachers and qualified health professionals the theoretical and practical grounding necessary to teach Sleep Recovery classes, courses and one to ones for those experiencing sleep problems.

 

Sessions will include asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra, marma points, and consultation on healthy sleep habits. You will learn to tailor what you offer to individual needs and to work with different body-mind sleep ‘types.’

The emphasis of the course is on supporting healthy sleep through appropriate holistic yoga practices. There will be opportunities for teaching practice, as well as an informal assessment on the final day.

Each day will include a practice of the techniques being learnt, including asana (hatha and restorative), pranayama, meditation, and more so that you have direct experience of all the practices that you are offering to others. We will follow the sleep-wake guidance we will give to others in how we approach the training day. Many who take the course notice that their sleep improves whether they are ‘insomniac’ or not!

© 2019 by Lisa Sanfilippo