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Yoga for Sleep

Yoga Therapy for Sleep Recovery

If you are like 25% of the population and find it hard to fall asleep or wake up in the middle of the night then you might want to consider yoga therapy for sleep recovery. 

“A national survey found that over 55% of people who did yoga found that it helped them get better sleep.”
Harvard health Publishing

The above is great findings though this yoga-based method for insomnia goes further than your typical yoga class as it is focussed on sleep recovery and covers all aspects of insomnia. It gives you the tools and knowledge to address sleep issues as and when they happen.

Based mainly on Lisa Sanfilippo’s Sleep Recovery, as well as my own various trainings and experience of insomnia, it covers all aspects of sleep and energy imbalance and also covers self shiatsu for sleep and particular yoga nidras – what kind, when and how to use them.

So if you’d like to improve your sleep and restore your energy then get in touch. You’ll discover a whole toolkit of knowledge and practical stuff to get you sleeping well again.

I Offer In-Person and Online Options

Individual Sessions

6 x 1.5hr Sessions 

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Group Sessions

6 x 1.5hr Sessions 

Cat sleeping in yoga mat image for sleep recovery.


Full Day/Weekend 

"It was all very useful and relevant. I think this could be life changing!"
"Another life-transforming session!"

So What's So Different About This workshop?

You might already have tried a multitude of things without much joy. In this workshop we look at all aspects of sleep. We look at the physical, energetic, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects and not just the mind. By the end of the day you will have the knowledge and tools at your fingertips to address your insomnia and restore a sense of balance back to your life.

Suitable for beginners as well as experienced yogis and yoga teachers alike. Only requirement is that you want to improve your sleep!

What You'll learn

  1. Get to know your sleep type, we all have different constitutions and needs and this changes as we age.
  2. Understand sleep cycles and what happens in your brain during an average night’s sleep.
  3. Examine brainwaves and how we don’t just ‘switch off’ but change states.
  4. Discover Breathing techniques to energise or calm your nervous system.
  5. Find out how you do actually sleep compared to how you think you sleep.
  6. Reboot your body clock and work with nature for sustainable energy and good sleep.
  7. Learn to listen to your body cues and work with your mind/body rather than against.
  8. Practice a Simple Sleep Sequence to help you settle down before bed.
  9. Find out what you might be doing in good faith that might be sabotaging your sleep.
  10. Settle your energy using acupressure points and meditation techniques.

Simple Sleep Sequence

Relevant Breathwork

Train your Brain

Manage your Emotions