Achieving Mind and Body Harmony through YOGA and SLEEP
9:30am – 4:30pm, Saturday, 8 Aug 2020 – Sunday, 9 Aug 2020
Ainslie Art Centre, Room 01, 30 Elouera Street, Braddon ACT 2612
IYTA Member EARLY BIRD: $260 – available until 8 Jun 2020
Member’s Price: $295 / Non-members: $320
TO REGISTER AND TO FIND OUT MORE click here
In this 2-day non-residential workshop you will be guided in yoga practices to improve sleep and to support your sleep/wake cycle. You will find out the latest research on sleep, use evidence-based tools to investigate your sleep quality and habits and learn how to improve them.
Taking you on this journey of mind & body harmony will be
- Dr Carmel Harrington, a leading international sleep scientist and therapist, author and regular media commentator on sleep
- Jennie Blevins, Director of Goulburn Yoga, who will conduct the yoga sessions including restorative yoga, pranayama for sleep/wake cycle and a delicious yoga nidra each day.
- what sleep is & how it is structured
- how much sleep you need
- what happens when you are deprived of sufficient sleep
- how sleep affects your physical & mental health, cognitive skills & behaviour
- about insomnia & strategies to overcome sleeplessness
- which yoga practices of asana, breathing & relaxation support your sleep/wake cycle
Discover how to get the most out of your waking and sleeping hours to find the real, energised and excited you!
Numbers are limited and spaces are sure to fill quickly.
Please bring a yoga mat, blanket, block and bolster. Some props will be available at the venue but bring your own if you can.
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MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST FACILITATOR:
Dr Carmel Harrington (BSc, PhD, LLB, DipEd)
Carmel is an Australian sleep scientist and therapist. She is the founder of Sleep for Health, a Research Fellow at The Children’s Hospital Westmead, Sydney and a founding member of the Australian Sleep Foundation.
An internationally renowned sleep expert, Carmel believes that over the last 20 years we have lost our way when it comes to sleep and there are serious but, as yet, largely unrecognised, consequences. She is keen to raise the awareness of the essential role sleep plays in our physical and mental health and to help people achieve good refreshing sleep on a regular basis. She believes it is essential that we all understand that when it comes to optimal performance, both physically and mentally, it is the most basic of requirements.
Carmel has authored two best-selling sleep books, “The Sleep Diet” and “The Complete Guide to a Good Night’s Sleep” and is a regular media commentator on all matters sleep.
For more information please visit www.sleepforhealth.com.au