Yoga Nidra: The Art of Conscious Relaxation
Thursdays: Jan. 28, Feb. 4 & 11, 2016
NEW SESSION BEGINS January 21st! Pre-register on Events page!
Time: 3:45-5 pm. We allow 15 minutes for set up; the practice begins promptly at 4 pm.
Cost: $15 per class, or pre-register for all 3 classes for only $40!!
Bring: Your own bed pillow and, if you wish, your own blanket. We have lots of blankets and props in the studio to aid in your comfort.
Please go to the bathroom before practice, and bring a water bottle to hydrate post practice.
Yoga Nidra is an ancient and powerful healing modality found in the oldest philosophical yoga texts, and that offers the participant a deep state of rest and relaxation. It is a state of acute consciousness during which the external senses are withdrawn and one’s awareness of the subtle energy body is expanded. While resting comfortably, participants are guided through each of the five layers of your being: the physical body, the mental body, the breath body, the intuitive mind, or witness, and the bliss body, all while remaining perfectly still. The goal is to remain awake and aware, so you can experience the profound awakening that is your conscious blissful Self!
Katie was trained in Classical Yoga Nidra, an ancient method healing, with Dr. Shiva Marc Halpern, founder of the California College of Ayurveda, the oldest Ayurveda institute in America.
Bring your yoga mat, a pillow, a soft blanket to cover yourself, and prepare for the journey into bliss!
Yoga Nidra is proven to:
*balance the autonomic nervous system *create calm in the body and mind *lower blood pressure *strengthen the immune system *enhance compassion for oneself *relax the busy mind *incite our natural ability to heal ourselves *increase one’s creativity *increase the flow of prana in the body *relieve pain and reduce or eliminate need for pain medication
Conditions addressed by Yoga Nidra practice:
PTSD, ADD, ADHD, insomnia, MS, chronic pain, anxiety and depression, cancer, eating disorders, digestive conditions, addiction, aggression, stress, asthma, and more!
To learn more, contact Katie O’Connell, ERYT, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist: dragonflyogabarn.com