Ancient Wisdom for Better Sleep

Can’t sleep? We’ve all been there at some point or another. Either struggling to get to sleep or struggling to stay asleep. I barely slept for almost three years following the birth of my son. Even after he learned to sleep, I lay awake for hours on end. I know what kind of devastation it can bring to your body, mind and spirit to live on tiny amounts of broken sleep for extended periods of time.

On my quest to re-educate myself to rest deeply again, I consulted experts, scoured modern science and delved deeply into ancient wisdom for answers. As it turns out, Yoga and its sister science Ayurveda have the simplest and most sophisticated sleep management toolkit I’ve found. Funnily enough, the principles from these ancient practices are now being echoed time and again in what modern science is finally able to confirm. The good news is that there are no special drugs or expensive treatments required. Just simple, basic habits that anyone can adapt for their lifestyle.**

Join me for a conversation about re-establishing your sleep rhythm and some experiential practice that you can use at home.

You’ll get:

  • an understanding of our biorhythms rhythms from an Ayurvedic point of view, supported by evidence from modern science research,
  • lifestyle suggestions AND habit change support for implementing them,
  • experiential practice so that you can feel the way different practices impact your body/mind to either enhance or detract from good quality sleep,
  • a digital package of resources to use after the workshop,
  • BONUS: free one-to-one phone consultation after the workshop to support you in implementing what you’ve learned.

Take the power back into your own hands to regain the clarity and sanity that real sleep provides.

WHEN: Sunday, June 18 2017 12:30-3:00pm
WHERE: Z Health, 31 Ihakara Street, Paraparaumu
INVESTMENT: $60
BOOK: Call 021 889 048 or email kelly@kellyfisheryoga.com

Questions? Get in touch with me via email or phone 021 889 048

**The workshop offers Ayurvedic lifestyle habits which, when implemented, tend to resolve many sleep issues. This is sufficient for the majority of participants. For a small percentage, having the steady, predictable routine in place can help clarify whether there are underlying clinical issues which must be addressed by specific practitioners. Should that be the case, I have a roster of professionals to whom I refer. Having the habits in place can facilitate your healing journey whether you need to go down the clinical path or not.
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