This Ramadan, feel fulfilled


However unprepared you feel about the blessed month,
hear your sigh of gratitude when you ditch the overwhelming checklists,
and still have the most connected Ramadan experience yet.

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Every year you plan, and every year you feel like you’ve underperformed.

You know you need to do something different.

As the blessed month approaches, most people focus on doing more acts of worship because that’s what’s expected, right?

But with checklists as long as your arm, burnout and falling short are almost always guaranteed.

And it makes you feel awful.

If you’re a woman who…

… feels unprepared — mentally and spiritually

… feels dread, anxiety, or guilt as Ramadan approaches

… always falls short of goals you set + feels bad about it

… struggles to maintain focus, energy, and consistency before and during Ramadan

… sees it as a challenge to find time to juggle all your commitments

… wonders how it’s possible to get the best out of the blessed month


This course is for you.

Imagine a Ramadan…

… that’s deeper than simply a checklist of things you need to tick

… where you feel connected instead of overwhelmed and anxious

… flowing with contentment rather than riddled with guilt

You can have that.

That’s why I created this course.

Go from…

… thinking of ways to ‘survive’ Ramadan
… creating long checklists of things to cram into your day
… feeling there are only set ways to connect with Allah


… looking forward to each day during Ramadan
… joy from every little thing you you do
… striving from where you are to draw towards Allah

Your best Ramadan in 4 steps


Redefine Ramadan, its purpose, and what it means to you


Leverage past Ramadans (yes, even bad ones!) + your unique strengths


Decide your internal + spiritual journey for the blessed month


Start Ramadan with a connection that lasts the entire month + beyond

Course Information




11 March – 7 April 2019

Class Day + Time:

Tuesdays, 8:30-10pm BST
(all live classes are recorded)

The course includes:

Live Weekly Class

A 1½ hour live class recorded for you to re-watch at your convenience.

Discussion Platform

A space to discuss your learning away from the distraction of Facebook.

Empowering Exercises

Weekly exercises that move you in the direction of growth and positive change.

A Growthbook™

A 54-page growthbook™ for you to take notes, reflect, and journal. 

You’ll learn:


The importance of defining your Ramadan journey


The benefit of Ramadan as a month of growth


The different levels of change


The greatest obstacle in the way of your Ramadan journey

A common mistake when preparing for Ramadan

The importance of knowing what you really want from the blessed month, and how to get it


How to use create a new experience with your strengths

How to use past Ramadans as a springboard for this Ramadan

The ways you can use Allah’s abundance to have a Ramadan that works for you


Types of diversions you might face + how to reroute them


How to make your connection + growth go beyond the blessed month

Success stories
from previous course attendees

“Before the course I felt anxious at the thought of Ramadan, not being able to achieve what I want or reach my goals.

The course took away the conventional check list of having to do so & so but rather focusing on quality. It taught me how to focus more on reconnecting with Allah.

As a result, I didn’t count the days wishing for them to be over I worked at a steady pace and felt more content within myself.

I didn’t dread the days!”

— A.B.

“Before starting, I was totally and utterly lost. I didn’t even have a plan in mind, can you believe it! I saw myself failing again and felt very anxious as I felt Ramadan was approaching fast and here I was totally not ready to embrace this blessed month!

The best way to describe it would be like the cool breeze and shade you would desire on a hot summers day and when you’re under the shade and this breeze arrives you feel a sense of relief, happiness and inner peace… and nothing else matters then and there. That moment describes how I felt when I started the course.

2018 was by far one of the best Ramadans.”

— Umm H.

“I’d felt frustrated with myself that another Ramadhan is just days away and I didn’t feel excited or prepared.

The course made me realise I don’t need to be so harsh on myself or set my Ramadhan goals based on what I feel I ‘should’ be doing. I can focus on what I ‘could’ be doing.

One of the greatest insights I got is that it’s okay to be where I am right now, and simply strive from this point.”

— Aamilah

About LaYinka Sanni

I help Muslim women + teens use the power of their minds to positively change their life; and since teaching this course, I’ve had the most connected Ramadans in my 15+ years of practising Islam — alhamdulillah.

With years of experience helping Muslim women make positive shifts to their thoughts and behaviour, I bring you this unique pre-Ramadan course so you’ll be ready for a Ramadan experience that’s as unique as you are.

Frequently Asked Questions

I can't pay the fee all at once. Do you accept payment in instalments?

I’m SO glad you asked! Yep, paying in instalments is an option if paying upfront is a challenge. Simply get in touch with me and we can work out a plan that works for you.

Can I buy the journal separately?

The journal has been created as part of the course workbook rather than as a standalone product, thus you can’t find it on sale on its own.

I want to join the course, but I won't be able to join the live classes. What do I do?

All the live classes are recorded, so you can watch (and rewatch) them at your convenience. This means you’re free from being tied to live classes if they are at a time you’re unable to attend, and you can still benefit from the classes. 

I don't do online courses. Isn't there an in-person version this year?

When you say you ‘don’t do online courses’, when did you decide that? 🙂

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