Deep Sleep 1.0
Deep Sleep 1.0 & 2.0 Workshop
Sat Feb 2 & Mar 16 (Parts 1 & 2)
What would you do with the extra energy you'd have if you woke up well-rested every morning?
Join Suzanne for an afternoon (or 2) of sleep facts, ideas, tips and practical techniques to maximize the benefits of your precious rejuvenation time!
Type of Event
You can do just one workshop or bundle both:
Deep Sleep 1.0 - Feb 2 - 1:00-3:30 pm
Deep Sleep 2.0 - Mar 16 - 1:00-3:30 pm
Deep Sleep 1.0 & 2.0 will give you practical take-home knowledge and tools to set yourself up for a better night's rest every evening.
Register through The Breathing Room - 403-358-3542
Deep Sleep 1.0 - Part 1 (Feb 2)
Start with a little bit of self-inquiry about your own sleep habits and learn some surprising facts about the importance of a good night's rest. Then we’ll go through “Top Ten” list of tricks to improve your sleep set-up along with tips about how to put them into practice. Finally, you’ll learn an easy “goodbye-restlessness, hello-sleep” meditation/breathing practice and finish with a short guided full body relaxation that you can try in bed at home.
Register in advance to receive pre-workshop information to bring with you. Wear loose comfortable clothing & bring a yoga mat for seated breathing practice & reclined relaxation. (Cushion for sitting and other personal props optional.)
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Deep Sleep 2.0 – Part 2 (Mar 16)
Now that you’ve had a chance to adjust your sleep set-up and test-drive some practices at home, you can revisit those and ask further questions. Suzanne will then lead you through gentle physical postures appropriate for winding down / bed-time. Finally, tuck yourself in for a soothing Yoga Nidra / guided long deep relaxation to “catch up” on some much needed rest and calm the nervous system. Did you know that 1 hour of Yoga Nidra is said to give you the equivalency of 3-5 hours of sleep?
NOTE: You can come to this workshop individually but a prerequisite of Sleep 1.0 will be helpful. Wear loose comfortable clothing for gentle yoga postures. Bring your own yoga mat, blanket, pillow, cozy cover-up clothes, & eye-mask (if you have one) for Nidra.