Yoga Therapy for Restful Sleep

Special Price £220.00 Regular Price £275.00

A Weekend of Studying & Snoozing
If you are over-tired, fatigued, exhausted and curious, learn some practices for restful sleep and self care.
If you are caring for others who are suffering from sleeplessness and insomnia, this course will allow you to care of others. Includes experiential learning with presentations on scientific perspectives, philosophy and psychology.

NOW ONLINE - NOTE DATE/TIME CHANGES (total 12hrs)

Friday 19 June 7-9pm

Saturday 20 June 1-5.30pm

Sunday 21 June 1-5.30pm & 7-8pm

Yoga Therapy for Insomnia: A Weekend of Studying & Snoozing

NOW ONLINE - NOTE DATE/TIME CHANGES (total 12hrs)

Early bird ends 30 April 2020.

Friday 19 June 7-9pm

Saturday 20 June 1-5.30pm

Sunday 21 June 1-5.30pm & 7-8pm

On the zoom platform with guided practices and presentations with guest tutor. With Judy Hirsh Sampath and guest tutor Mary Mackie, this course aims to provide an experiential and structured learning on the applications of yoga therapy practices for those suffering from insomnia - for self care and the care of others. Quality assured 12 hour module with the BWY.

It is estimated around a third of the UK population suffer from sleeplessness. Aimed at the over-tired, fatigued, exhausted, menopausal or simply curious, this weekend of studying and snoozing includes experiential practices to explore conditions for restful sleep and creative practices for when sleep is elusive.

A scientific framework investigates why we need sleep, what happens when we don’t get it, rhythms, brain states and the nervous system. We will cover some science, philosophy and psychology of a disturbed mind with bed time story, and lullaby nidras.

Hopefully the presentations will not send you to sleep but there will be plenty of practices such as pranayama, restorative postures, and sleepy nidras where you might find yourself snoozing. Sleep journal preparation & take home recorded practices will support continued practice.

Yoga United Education aims to create a safe inclusive space to share, be seen and heard using trauma informed based practice.

Judy compiled a set of practices she developed for herself during times of sleep deprivation and overwhelm. She has continued learning and researching the subject to create this BWY quality assured module.

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