Black veterans make up 12 percent of the total US veteran population. To combat sleep deprivation and curate empowered well-being among them, military service members and their families, this 4-week yoga therapy series provides an innovative way to address PTSD, TBI, trauma, and racism in an evidenced-based, client-centered 90-minute format. The first yoga therapy group will be online and starts in March of 2022. Register HERE – SPACE IS LIMITED.
It’s probably not news to you: Lack of sleep affects everything—your energy level, mood, emotions, memory and cognition, digestion, weight, and even radiance. An adequate amount of *quality* sleep is essential for increased productivity, creativity, and restoration. Of course, in these trying times, trying to sink into that deep, healing state of sleep may be proving elusive. REGISTER HERE and save 40% for a limited time with code “Pamela40”.
Burned out or fatigued? Many folks turn to acts of self-kindness, like massages or meals out. While they may feel good in the moment, you may need a radical shift to sustain joy, energy, and resilience in your life. Join Pamela with her colleague Amina Naru for a step-by-step program that helps you develop an effective system of self-care. REGISTER HERE and save 30% with promo code RETREAT2SPIRIT.
Prolonged work and life challenges stress the mind and strain the body, leading to overwhelm, tension and lack of sleep. It is well documented that specialized yogic practices decrease tension and increase relaxation. That’s why Yoga2Sleep offers Exploring Sleep through the Yamas and Niyamas, an online or in-person series that investigates sleep through social restraints (Yamas) and self-observations (Niyamas).
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In this workshop, you will learn about the root causes of sleep deprivation, the effects of insomnia, how diet, yoga, and meditation can help, and how lifestyle affects all of this. Why Am I So Tired (WAIST) is offered monthly in an online or in-person format. Schedule HERE today.