Are you struggling with insomnia, restless sleep, or have trouble falling asleep? Do you feel tired and groggy in the morning although you had your 8 hours of sleep? If so, you could benefit from practicing yoga, meditation or other mindful practices that help your body and mind relax and transition from a day at work to a restful night. In this blog post we list some of the positive effects that yoga can have on your wellbeing and sleep quality.
You don’t have to be an expert or do complicated poses to enjoy the calming benefits of yoga. You just need to find a style of yoga that suits your needs and preferences. Some people enjoy a bit more movement to relax their body while others might find slower Yin and Restorative Yoga practices more helpful. Whatever your preference, remember that vigorous exercise less than an hour before bedtime can actually make you feel more awake, so if you’re practicing right before going to bed choose a slightly lighter yoga routine.
Here are some tips for yoga before bedtime:
Yoga is a wonderful way to improve your wellbeing and sleep quality. By practicing it regularly, you can enjoy better physical, mental, and emotional health. You can also sleep longer, deeper, and more peacefully… Good night!