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Introduction to Yoga Nidra Workshop: Divine Rest & Sleep

Are you exhausted, burnt out, or fatigued?

Yoga Nidra also known as Yogic sleep is a deeply restorative practice for the body and brain. 

In this workshop we will dive into the process of yoga nidra, what is happening when you practice, and the science behind how it actually works.

Evidence based research shows that yoga nidra may be a useful tool in reducing both cognitive and physiological symptoms of anxiety and trauma.

We will discuss the layers of self, setting intention, and claiming your purpose. 

Why daily intentional REST is SO IMPORTANT for your nervous system and how you can successfully start implementing it into your everyday life.

What you'll get:

  • Educational Lecture
  • Gentle Yoga Movement
  • Guided Yoga Nidra


Is this workshop for you?

  • New to yoga and craving a gentle rest practice
  • Long time yoga student curious about how it works
  • Yoga teacher/therapist wanting to learn how to integrate yoga nidra into your practice & teachings. 
  • You are seeking ways to decrease stress, anxiety, or symptoms of PTSD.
  • You experience insomnia or restless sleep and tired of feeling exhausted.
  • Anyone who wants to feel better!

Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) takes you into a deeper layer of consciousness where you hover between complete wakefulness and deep sleep.

It is in this place your nervous system finds healing and nourishment. The brain is in a state of awareness to set your intention for the new year.

You'll be guided through a series of images and sensations to reach this blissful state. It is shown 30 minutes of yoga nidra may be as restful as 2 hours of deep sleep. You will awake feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

What do you need for this class?
2 Blankets
2 Blocks

You may use items around your home if you do not have props. Various pillow sizes work as well as sturdy boxes, a stool, or couch cushions. Get creative!

There's no wrong way to do this practice. Accessible to all levels as long as you are comfortable being on the floor or laying down in bed.