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Yoga for Better Sleep by Mark Stephens
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Aug 13, 2019 | ISBN 9781623173630

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Yoga for Better Sleep dives deep into the nuances of insomnia, the science behind it, the yoga theory we can use to better understand it, and the practices that can cure it. The breadth of this book offers the insomniac not only practical solutions but validation and hope!”
Jessica Levine, former editor at Yoga Journal

“This book will make you yawn . . . and that’s a good thing! . . . The poses and breathing techniques are comprehensive and helpful, and Stephens’ style makes you feel like you’re chatting to a friend. After reading this book, you should be able to snooze in no time.”
Seattle Book Review

“Yoga for Better Sleep
offers a beacon of hope to our exhausted modern world.”
—Elena Brower, best-selling author of Practice You: A Journal

“A wonderful guide for anyone. Its breadth is comprehensive and its depth is considerable.”
—Bernie Clark, author of The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga and Your Body, Your Yoga
“Well-informed, bold, and resourceful”
—Loren Fishman, MD, author of Yoga for Arthritis and Yoga for Osteoporosis

“With an in-depth presentation of the nature of sleep, Stephens orients the avid reader to what lies behind getting, or not getting, a good night’s sleep, offering yoga practices—including yoga nidra—that are an exquisite means of self-enquiry and awakening. I hope this book find its way into the hands of many.”
—Richard Miller, author of Yoga Nidra and cofounder of International Association of Yoga Therapists
“Finally, a yogic approach to insomnia that integrates yoga and science! Mark Stephens distills the essential insights of neuroscience, psychology, and the yoga tradition to better understand the nature of sleep and how to improve sleep using yoga rather than pharmaceutical drugs and narrow behaviorist techniques. With chapters on yoga for specific conditions—including stress, anxiety, and depression—and for different ages, this book offers an invaluable resource for anyone interested in better sleep and a healthier life.
—Diana Alstad, coauthor, with Joel Kramer, of The Passionate Mind Revisited

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