Sleep is as essential as food or water. And while there are so many factors that can help you improve your sleep, I want to talk about three crucial habits that are probably responsible for 80% of improving your sleep. Read further on how to have a significant impact on your ability to rest and unwind.
About email@example.comThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far firstname.lastname@example.org has created 16 blog entries.
You all might recognize the feeling after a bad night of sleep: you become cranky, have difficulties concentrating, and life does not seem to be that colorful. However, it is not a given to fall asleep easily or get 7 to 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep. Many among us suffer from disordered sleep.
I used to start my mornings with checking my work e-mails or unloading a dishwasher with intention to feel active and productive. Now I'm a strong believer that mornings should start with loving kindness and self-care to create more focus, energy and flow for the rest of the day. Read about my simple morning rituals.
Yoga nidra is great to reduce stress and anxiety. If I want to recharge myself during the day or unwind in the evening, yoga nidra is my go-to remedy. I would like to share why I use yoga nidra regularly and how it helps me to relax, calm down and be energized, especially during lockdown.
'Why do you follow my online yoga classes when there are so many free yoga videos available on YouTube?’ – I have asked my client. ‘I still feel very connected to others’, she said. In this post I have outlined six benefits of online yoga classes that really make a difference.
Have you ever been to a silent meditation retreat before? Have you ever wanted but still doubt? In this post I share my 5 reasons why I would go (back) to a silence retreat.