Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) Yoga Lesson Plan Bundle
Hi, my name is George Watts.
I’m a BWY yoga teacher and creator of The Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) Yoga Lesson Plan Bundle.
I created this bundle for myself because on I have “restless legs syndrome”. It’s a disorder that causes a strong urge to move the legs. There is often an unpleasant feeling in the legs that usually improves when moving them. It’s not painful, but it causes lots of restless sleeping because the legs are jumping around.
The RLS Yoga Lesson Plan Bundle Includes:
- 6 restless leg syndrome themed yoga lesson plans in PDF & MS Word formats. Each of the 6 lesson plans have a “yoga teacher version” (long version with teaching directions) and a “student practice sheet” (short version for students).
If You Order Today You’ll Also Receive These 16 Bonuses:
- RLS yoga flyer template in MS word
- RLS yoga class booking form/flyer template in MS word
- 13 RLS triggers handout
- Top 10 tips to ease RLS handout
- 2 forms of RLS handout
- Bow Pose handout
- Chair Pose handout
- Dancer Pose handout
- Mountain Pose handout
- Pigeon Pose handout
- Powerful Legs Sequence handout
- Warrior I, II & III handouts
- RLS flyer template and classified advert template in MS word
- RLS yoga workshop schedule template in MS word
- RLS yoga workshop ticket template in MS word
- RLS yoga folder insert template in MS word
Can RLS be cured?
The good news is that changing your lifestyle can significantly reduce the symptoms of RLS. Some tips include: avoid alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine entirely (or at least avoid for several hours before bedtime), practice yoga on a regular basis, and stretch your legs at the beginning and end of each day.
What Triggers RLS?
Knowing what triggers RLS will help you when talking to a student of yours who suffers from it. See the 13 triggers below…
Stress – RLS symptoms can increase when stressed. That’s why yoga is so highly recommended.
Medication – Your prescription or non-prescription drugs can make your RLS symptoms worse. Never stop taking a prescription drug without talking to your doctor first. If you notice that your symptoms get worse while on medication, talk to your doctor about switching drugs or dosages.
Being Still For Too Long – Sitting at your work desk, long car trips or flights, and sitting watching a movie can all set off symptoms. Try to take breaks from sitting every 15 to 20 minutes, so you’re not still for too long.
Lack Of Sleep – Sometimes RLS can get worse if you go to sleep later or get up earlier than usual. Stick to a regular bedtime routine.
Alcohol – If you find that your RLS symptoms are worse when drinking alcohol, avoid it, especially close to bedtime.
Caffeine – Limit the amount of coffee, coca cola, or tea you drink particularly close to bedtime.
Chocolate – Limit the amount of chocolate you eat particularly close to bedtime.
Energy Drinks – Limit the amount of energy drinks you consume.
Smoking – If you find smoking makes your RLS symptoms worse, quit.
Hard Exercise – Moderate exercise may help ease your symptoms. But if you exercise too hard it may make your symptoms worse.
Temperature – Avoid extreme weather. Hot weather can make RLS worse for some people, while others might be affected by the cold. Get temporary relief from a hot bath, cold shower, ice packs, or heating pads.
Refined Sugar – Avoid processed foods and sweetened drinks.
Clothing – Avoid tight clothing, especially pyjamas.
"Yes George, I'd love to get my hands on your Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) Yoga Lesson Plan Bundle."
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“Immediately after making payment you’ll have access to all the resources in the Restless Legs Syndrome Yoga Lesson Plan Bundle.”
Creator of the RLS Yoga Lesson Plan Bundle
BWY Yoga Teacher
P.S. I gave two talks at the 2017 BWY Congress (BWY is the Sport England recognised National Governing Body for Yoga). One of the talks was on yoga lesson planning (of course). And the other was on yoga marketing tactics proven to fill up your yoga classes. If you’d like me to give a talk at your yoga teacher event, please contact me.
P.P.S. I love chatting with my fellow yoga teachers. So, if you have any questions, please call me on 02921 257770, or email me at email@example.com.