5 Secrets to Restorative Sleep
A Holistic Approach to Enjoying Better Sleep, More Energy, and Higher Performance
With Angeles Rios, Nutrition, Pilates, and Yoga Therapy Instructor
Join us for a special workshop and community get-together on the topic of sleep. Poor sleep has a profound impact on our quality of life – it affects our mood, our performance at work and at the gym, and our relationships (when we’re not feeling rested and well, we’re less fun to be around!).
If you’re not sleeping well, you don’t have to live with it. Sometimes all it takes is discovering one or two blind spots and learning what to do instead. I believe that deep and restorative sleep is possible for you and this workshop will move you closer to it.
There’s tons of free advice on sleep that anyone can Google, but knowing what works for YOU and establishing new routines can be difficult to do alone. Come get inspired, learn my 5 Sleep Secrets, and stick around to meet a small group of like-minded individuals who want to make healthy choices around their wellbeing.
This two-hour workshop is for your if:
You have trouble consistently falling asleep or wake up during the night
You feel groggy in the morning or tired during the day
You are impatient, moody, or just feel crappy – and have a sense that if you slept better you’d be happier and more resilient
You’ve reached a plateau in your athletic performance or you have brain fog during the day (sleep is key for physical and mental recovery)
You’ve read sleep tips online but they haven’t been working for you (We’ll be going way deeper than what you’ve read)
You want to sleep soundly and experience more energy, better moods, and higher performance in your work and life!
In this workshop, you will learn:
Eastern and Western philosophies on how sleep works and what might be preventing you from falling asleep or staying asleep.
What to eat (and what not to) to support your body to fall asleep easily
A simple bedtime ritual that will quiet your mind for sleep
What you’re doing during the day that negatively impacts sleep, and what to do instead
Two new movement routines – one for the morning to clear grogginess and generate energy; another for the evening to calm your body
About the Instructor:
Angeles Rios works with people who have pain that prevents them from being active. She listens to them and understand what’s hurting, then designs an exercise and wellness program to help them get stronger, move smarter, and feel better. She is a Certified Pilates Teacher, Trained Somatic Yoga Therapist, and has been studying nutrition for over 20 years. She’s personally struggled with sleep throughout her life, and it was through learning about movement and nutrition that she is now able to enjoy the deeply restorative sleep that we all deserve.