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5 minute yoga sequence to help you sleep

In this week’s ‘Yoga For…’ series, yoga experts Kirsty and Kat talk about how to use yoga for sleep through simple and easy yoga tips

Welcome back to our ‘Yoga for’ series, We have partnered with brilliant yoga streaming site  Movement For Modern Life, the online home to the best yoga instructors in the UK, for a new video every Friday. This week concentrates on how to use yoga for sleep. Let us know what you think on Twitter and Facebook and scroll down for a brilliant membership offer.

A gentle, easy sequence to lull your body and mind into night-time. Incorporate this into your bedtime routine, perhaps after a bath so the systems of the body can wind down for a good nights sleep. You will need your PJs and a bed.

Sequence:

  • Self massage
  • Even breathing
  • Single leg lifts
  • Windscreen wiper knees
  • Banana stretch
  • Knee circles
  • Bridge
  • Legs up the wall

MORE YOGA FOR SEQUENCES:

10 minute yoga for anxiety

10 minute yoga for digestion

10 minute yoga for back pain

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Kirsty Norton  is a yoga passionista and teaches people how to live life to the fullest. If you want to be the best version of yourself, you have to make changes. Simple, steady steps are what it takes to create fulfilment. Listening to the language of the body is what creates balance. She has been doing yoga for over 25 years and educates people in the language of health and movement. 

Kirsty has been teaching since 2004. She teaches people the potency of breath, movement, meditation and relaxation and how effective these tools are to realising the infinite possibilities available to us all. 

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Kat Farrants is the founder of Movement for Modern Life the online home to the best yoga teachers in the UK. Kat has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. She was a corporate lawyer for a decade but only found the real wonder of yoga as a tool in the toolbox for thriving through life after surviving a bad car crash and unexpected divorce. Kat’s mission is to bring the very best teachers of yoga, movement and breath-work to people in an accessible and easy way. She believes yoga is an invaluable tool for people to deal with the challenges which they face in life. 

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