Pilates for Better Sleep

Trying to improve the quality of your sleep? Give this new Pilates for Better Sleep routine a try!

This Pilates workout includes a balance of movement and stretching to help you reduce stress, relieve tension, wind down, and prepare for a good night of sleep.

Click here to watch on Youtube. And Sisterhood members, this workout has already been dropped into your workout library for your convenience.

Let me know how it goes in the comments!


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11 thoughts on “Pilates for Better Sleep”

  1. The better sleep left me completely relaxed and felt so good. I have fibromyalgia and it relaxed all the tight , inflamed nerves.

  2. I loved it, especially the deep breathing at the end. I’m pregnant so I tried to do other things in place of the crunch exercises and roll ups. I always love your cues for the figure four stretch and hip roll ups. I tend to be really tight in my neck, so I would only add some neck rolls to this lovely bedtime routine. Thank you so much for offering this!

    1. Jackie at The Balanced Life

      We love hearing that you enjoyed this routine! And great job adding on/adjusting to make it work best for you! ❤️

  3. Thank you. I found the topic very useful. I did not expect the topic to be so useful. It is a bit of

    a long article, but useful content

  4. Thank you for this relaxing workout. I do feel it will help me to fall asleep easier. My back is so stiff; I really struggled to do the roll-up part, even with my knees bent. Do you have any suggestions to loosen up or relax the back? Thank you again. I love your videos!

    1. Jackie at The Balanced Life

      Hi Mary! We hope this routine helps you get a good night’s rest as well. ? One idea could be to start with a few (standing) roll downs! And for the Roll Up, always feel free to modify as you continue to build strength and make progress (some options are: putting a small folded towel under your lower back, holding small 1-2 lb weights in each hand, or putting your hands on the back of your legs to help you roll up). Keep at it and know that you are making progress every time you roll out your mat! ❤️

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