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Yoga For Insomnia & Sleeplessness
 

According to better-sleep-better-life.com we sleep 20% less than they did 100 years ago”, and for a lot of us it really feels like it!

Insomnia can often be caused by stress, physical tension or a restlessness of the mind.
Yoga can help improve your sleep in a number of ways:

 

  • Physically - it will take your body from a restless and tense state to a stretched-out and relaxed state

  • Mentally and emotionally - yoga practice has a calming and quieting effect and helps you let go and unwind

  • Scientifically - by improving the function of the pineal gland, melatonin is released regularly and in healthy proportions. This helps with falling asleep, and sleep is deeper and more refreshing

 

You will experience a full body stretch during a Hot Power Yoga class. We also always close our sessions with a period of stillness and relaxation called Savasana, which is sometimes accompanied with a short guided meditation or Yoga Nidra (Yogic sleep). This ensures that you leave the class with a sense of calm and relaxation...ready for a good night’s sleep.

 

So, if a good night’s sleep is just a memory for you, try Hot Power Yoga for 1 month with our 30 days for £40 unlimited pass, and see if it makes a difference. 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you have any health issues or concerns we advise that you seek medical advice before practicing at Hot Power Yoga. All students enter a Hot Power Yoga class entirely at his/her own risk. Hot Power Yoga cannot accept responsibility for any injury, loss or damage sustained as a consequence of an existing health condition or physical limitation. Students are responsible for monitoring his/her own physical condition throughout a class. In the event of any unusual symptoms occurring, the student should inform the class teacher immediately and seek medical advice.