How Yoga May Help You Sleep Better

Having trouble sleeping? You’re not alone, lack of sleep feeds into the stress cycle by affecting your memory, judgment, and mood, making you much more susceptible to feeling stressed. Not only are you more susceptible to stress, but lack of sleep lowers the threshold at which you perceive stress, meaning you’re likely to interpret the same situation as more stressful if you’ve had a late night versus when you’re well-rested.

But don’t despair, a good night’s sleep really is within reach and incorporating yoga into your life can help. Yoga has proven to be a great stress buster and can offer you relaxation techniques, including breathing exercises and meditation. 


Restorative is a type of yoga that’s perfect for the evenings and it promotes deeper sleep. It is a gentle and slow style of yoga that involves long, passive holds in a series of 4-6 restful poses. The postures are held for some minutes and encouraging you to let your body relax, aided by the support of bolsters, blankets and pillows.

Practicing restorative yoga before you go to bed can help you get a more restful night’s sleep. A good night’s sleep will promote refreshed energy in your day-to-day!


Join us on Sunday, December 6 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm for a Virtual Restorative Yoga For Sleep Workshop. Develop am understanding of poses to help with sleep and enjoy an example of a restful yoga practice. Layering clothing is recommended to remain comfortable and cozy throughout class.


  1. Visit Studio Bookings.
  2. Create a new account (if you don’t have one already)
  3. Log into account.
  4. Go to Store.
  5. Purchase a single Workshop.
  6. The Single Workshop is $40, under “Single Specialty Workshop Purchase”.
  7. Go to Calendar.
  8. Click on the Workshop on Sunday, December 6!

Written by: Arzu Cohen, Yoga Instructor at PRO Club

Arzu worked in the corporate world for many years until she found her true calling, teaching Yoga. She is passionate about teaching all levels from beginners to seasoned Yogis, helping others find the sense of healing, empowerment and balance starting on the mat. In her classes she focuses on creating a safe, fun and delightful practice through breath, movement and mindfulness. Her hobbies include practicing Yoga outdoors, swimming, paddle boarding and exploring the globe.

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