yoga nidra, a practice of deep relaxation
Yoga Nidra is a method of guided relaxation that has a profound effect on the body, mind, and emotions. During the practice, you will lie in a comfortable position where you can remain awake and relaxed. You will be guided through various stages of deeper relaxation as you focus your attention inward.
During Yoga Nidra, you will enter the state between wakefulness and dreaming - a state which we usually only experience as we nod off to sleep. The effect on the mind can be very powerful, because as the mind becomes more relaxed, it also becomes more receptive.
This practice can aid in memory retention, reduce stress, and enhance both your intuition and creativity. It can help you to solve problems, rejuvenate your body and mind, and enhance and balance your energy.
Each session is $17 (or use your drop-in class pass)
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About the Instructor: Julie Miller is a certified yoga instructor through Whole Life Yoga's teacher training program at the 200-hour level. She has been practicing yoga for over ten years. As a long time environmental activist, spiritual seeker, and athlete, yoga complements and brings greater depth to her passions. Julie is especially interested in the effects of stress on the body and hopes to provide classes that bring greater awareness of how breath and movement can calm the mind and support wellness. Off the mat, Julie considers her bike her life partner, finds peace in nature, and is a huge fan of the local theater scene.
For additional information or to register, contact Tracy at Whole Life Yoga: phone 206-784-2882, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org