Date(s): Oct. 23 - Nov. 20
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm (Wednesdays)
University Religious Center
There are few things more frustrating than not being able to sleep. While friends and family are getting refueled, you lie there awake, thinking about how tough it will be tomorrow when you have to get through your day completely depleted. Practices like yoga, meditation and breathing can help you release tension and anxiety which are often the primary obstacles to good sleep.
This 5 week course will introduce the stages of sleep, cover important nuances in commonly discussed sleep hygiene tips, provide you with practical tools to relax at the end of the day, and teach you how to keep a sleep log that can help identify potentially unhealthy patterns. While there is no “cure” for a sleep disorder, there are many tools that can induce sleep and relieve symptoms of fatigue.
Sleep is one of the least understood human functions that is directly connected to health, productivity and relationships. Taking time to improve your sleep is an investment in all that you want to achieve.
Location and Time: Wednesdays, 5:30pm-6:30pm, Fishbowl at URC
Teacher: Sara Elizabeth Ivanhoe, M.A. has been teaching yoga since 1995. She is the Yoga Spokesperson for “Weight Watchers,” “Yoga for Dummies,” “Crunch Yoga,” and appeared as a series regular on “Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab” as the therapeutic instructor. She served as the yoga columnist for Health magazine for three years and has written and appeared in almost every yoga and health publication. Twenty years after graduating with honors from NYU, Ivanhoe completed her master’s degree in 2015 from Loyola Marymount University as part of the inaugural class in Yoga Studies where she served as Senator of the student body for Bellarmine College. Most recently she partnered with Oprah Magazine to co-create the “Just Breathe” brand of yoga and meditation now taught on Holland America Cruise lines internationally. She currently serves as the Yoga and Meditation Content Curator for YogaGlo.