iRest Yoga Nidra
iRest Yoga Nidra
iRest® Yoga Nidra: Support for the Autumn Season
During each season of the year we experience a process of transition. As we move into autumn, it can be a time of readjustment to longer nights, crisper weather and changing routines. At times we welcome these changes, and sometimes not. This may be especially true as we also continue to ride the waves of the pandemic. Fortunately, the practice of iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation can be a wonderful support during this time. It is a deeply healing practice, calming the nervous system, and helping us to come into a deeper befriending of ourselves, and all of life. Many report a lessening of anxiety, more energy and improved sleep. Please join us for this series, as we move into this fall season.
This online series is open to everyone, whether you are new to the practice, or have been practicing yoga nidra for awhile. Each class includes brief discussion, mindful chair yoga, short “micropractices", and a guided Yoga Nidra session (seated in a chair or lying down). Participants receive handouts and guided recordings to support home practice. The recorded practices are available through Dropbox. Please join us!
For more information about iRest Yoga Nidra, please check out the website for the Integrative Restoration Institute.
September 25 to November 13, 2021
8 week group - $205
Online through Zoom
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