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Eyes Wide Open: Yoga Strategies to Support Sleep
September 12 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm$75
Hours: 3 (CEU’s available)
When: Saturday, Sept. 12th
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Who: Anyone who is interested in improving their sleep or learning more about the Yoga Therapy approach to strategies that help support sleep
Price: Early Bird $60 if paid by 8/29/20
Full Price $75
Registered Students will receive a link to join one hour before the workshop begins and the Zoom room will open up 15 minutes before class begins. Students should plan on signing in early, and being on time to ensure they are able to get into the Online Learning Room.
This Continuing Education Workshop offers simple strategies that support sleep as a cornerstone of health. What we do throughout our day influences our quality of sleep. We will look at morning, afternoon, evening, and middle of the night as parts of the day that require different strategies. Participants will engage in lecture, discussion and an hour-long practice that utilizes morning strategies. Each participant should be able to get up and down to the floor with ease and have some experience with basic yoga postures. Participants can expect to leave with their “eyes wide open” and empowered to improve their quality of sleep.
Understand importance of sleep’s role in health
Review common causes of sleep disturbances
Understand the sleep cycle
Educate on different strategies appropriate for morning, afternoon, evening, and middle of the night waking
Engage in a practice that demonstrates morning strategies
Empower each individual to take charge of their sleep health
Stacey Loop is a certified yoga therapist and holistic health coach specializing in adapting therapeutic breath, movement, and meditation to an individual’s condition. As a former Special Education Teacher, she was drawn to the therapeutic application of yoga and the science of adaptation to help the practitioner optimize their health. Stacey is expertly trained to work with conditions ranging from structural, physiological, and mental health in a private one-to-one setting.
In 17 years, Stacey has taught over 3,000 classes in teacher training, special education topics, therapeutic privates, mentoring, and public classes. She has co-presented at the University of Texas’s Social Workers Conference in 2017 and 2018 on the topic of “Inner Transformation: A Holistic Approach for Kids with Neurological Issues”. Stacey successfully trained teachers in children’s yoga for 5 summers. This sparked a deep passion to launch her own 95 hour certified Children’s Yoga Teacher Training in the spring of 2021. She is also a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider.
Stacey finds deep satisfaction in being of service to others. Outside of work, she spends time daily in her own yoga and meditation practice. One of her favorite past times is cultivating stillness by connecting to nature, especially by the ocean’s rhythmic waves. Dancing creates true joy and she dances weekly with her father in Parkinson’s Dance classes. Stacey is a true believer in the power of play.