2/23 Yoga Therapy for Sleep
February 23 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm$20
Experience Yoga Therapy
Over 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. Approximately 10 million people in the U.S. use prescription sleep aids, estimating $15.9 billion is spent in national health care costs. Since there is no one solution for all sleep issues a holistic approach is recommended.
Yoga Therapists work with students one-on-one to assist them in creating positive change in all aspects of life. Whether the student is experiencing a specific health condition such as herniated discs, sciatica, depression, anxiety, addiction etc., or is looking to upgrade outdated habits; a Yoga Therapist is equipped to develop customized practices to meet the students needs, achieve goals and faithfully oversee the students progress as they move out of imbalance and towards a state of optimal health and joy.
Yoga Therapists utilize a multi-dimensional model to understand the clients specific needs, assessing physical, mental, emotional and energetic wellbeing and then offer tools at every level to improve relationships, lifestyle, career, self-care practices, diet, posture, musculoskeletal conditions, lung capacity, stress management, digestion, communication, mental clarity, mindset, emotional patterns, perception of reality and spiritual practices. In effect, Yoga Therapists assess and treat the whole person and are considered lifestyle management experts!
Ashley will be explaining how yoga therapy practices can be applied to your evening routine for more nourishing sleep. This workshop will consist of a discussion and yoga therapy practice, so please wear comfortable clothes for movement.
- Sleep Hygiene
- The relationship of technology and sleep patterns
- Effective breathing practices before bed
- The best yoga poses to practice in the evening
- Saturday, February 23rd
- 12:30 – 2:30 pm
- $20 pre-registration / $25 day of event
- Feel free to bring a notebook and pen!
- Space is limited to 15 participants
Ashley Arroliga, C-IAYT, RYT-500, views yoga as a healing art. She completed her 200 HR, 300 HR, and Yoga Therapist trainings here at Be the Change Yoga. Ashley has a great love of holistic healing methods. She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Thomas Edison State University, and loves combining this background with the Yoga Sutras in practice.
Ashley teaches all levels of yoga, from therapeutic practices to intermediate vinyasa and hatha flow classes. She specializes in yoga for anxiety and stress management, has designed programs for first responders, children, and seniors, and is passionate about working with pregnant mothers. She is a Viniyoga practitioner, meeting her students where they are and designing practices specific to their needs. She builds strong connections with her students and loves taking on private clients to delve deeper into the many tools yoga offers.