This tranquil bedtime collection is full of calming meditations and passive poses to help you set yourself up for a deep and dreamy slumber. Wind down your system at the end of the day or clear out restless energy when sleep is eluding you. Most of these nighttime favorites can be practiced without even leaving your bed.
Created by Glo
9 classes • 186 mins
Down regulate your system at the end of the day to prepare for a sweet night's sleep. This practice will help you shift into the parasympathetic nervous system through a deep, guided relaxation and body scan. Listen while snuggled up in bed or anywhere else you feel cozy.
This relaxing sequence of sweet and simple restorative poses will help weave the perfect tapestry for deep, restful slumber. After a nice warm-up, sink into long holds of supported single pigeon, supported child's pose, and supported reclined baddha konasana, then let those dreamy, drowsy feelings carry you straight into bed. Props Suggested: Two bolsters, two blocks, a strap, and a blanket.
Allow long, restful stretches to carry you straight into bed! Begin to find release through pelvic openers with gentle rocking motions, then move on to a tranquil series of passive postures done lying down and supported by a blanket. Let any sighs or yawns come through as you slow down your body and invite the sensation of sleepiness. Props Needed: A blanket.
In Chinese medicine, the water element nourishes all the other organs, providing an anchor that soothes the body and allows it to relax into a deep, rejuvenating sleep. This practice works on the water element and the meridians associated with it to help prepare your body and mind for a restful sleep. While helpful anytime, this class is perfect to do right before bed.
Get yourself ready for a restful sleep through a series of calming and encouraging forward bends, as well as hip opening poses with a little bit of flow in between. Let go of the day's weight as you sink in to your breath and body. Do this class in your pajamas and maybe even take savasana in your bed. Have a good night's sleep so you can start tomorrow off with energy and focus. Props Needed: A strap. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Explore simple moves and meditation techniques to calm and still your body and mind and help you get a good night's sleep. Experience passive poses to calm your central nervous system. You may end up falling asleep at the end, so you can listen to this in bed as a technique to help put you to sleep. Sweet Dreams. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow and a blanket.
Let go and release the day as you contemplate and visualize a fulfilling tomorrow. This brief end-of-day meditation will help prepare you for a good nightâ€™s sleep, while setting the stage for an ideal day to come. Props Suggested: A blanket.