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Yoga Nidra for Deep Healing


Date:   Wed 16th Jun  - Live Class via Zoom
Time:   8pm - 9pm
Price:   €14  (Live Stream Class plus access to recording for 7 days)


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Rest deeply, surrender and replenish ...

From the comfort of your own space, join me for a magical evening of deep guided relaxation as we integrate our awareness of mind body and heart. Yoga nidra is a very deep practice and requires absolutely no effort, just to be and melt into the supports of sheer comfort.  Yoga nidra is a practice that is usually practiced at the end of a Hatha yoga class and can vary from 10 - 20 mins and mostly a class favourite!

You are invited to retreat towards your inner space to drop deeper into this extremely healing practice as a practice itself. Yoga nidra which means "yogic sleep" that guides us through the body and helps to sense, notice and surrender to what is. Yoga nidra is very deep form of relaxation and it's a practice that is cultivated and the more that it is practised, the more the body begins to respond and moves into a state of deep rest and relaxation more easily over time. This in time can integrate into how we meet our challenges in daily life.  We will journey through the healing centres of the body gently opening yet supporting what needs to be supported within.

Resting comfortably in a lying down position on your bed or on a yoga mat or whatever suits you best, this systematic meditation takes you through the deepest layers of the self or five layers known as pancha koshas, leaving us with a sense of wholeness. We will explore and invite deep healing into our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual realms.

Yoga nidra is a powerful yet very gentle meditative practice. The stages of body awareness and breath awareness alone can be practiced to calm the nervous system, leading to less stress and better health.

There is no wrong way to practice yoga nidra. Just show up on your mat and let the practice do what is needed! This is a an experience of "BEing" as there is no "DOing".  Yoga Nidra is suitable for everyone and it is always the favourite part of every class for many students! It's a beautiful practice to get to know yourself innately.

Everybody is welcome to this class, with or without prior experience of yoga and meditation. You are welcome to have a family member in your household join you in your class!




About your Zoom Yoga Class:

You will be required create a free Zoom account on your device. You will need to login with your email and password prior to our class time. You will be sent a meeting ID and passcode to access the class.

Due to Zoom's security features, we strongly advise that you login prior to start time to get yourself ready and logged in to check your internet connections as you cannot be admitted into the Yoga Zoom room once the class has started. Please make sure that your Zoom settings remain muted throughout the class.


What you need for this workshop!

A yoga mat or blanket to lay comfortably on.

Wear comfortable clothing. Please note that the body can cool down quite a lot during relaxation so just make sure that you are layered up with socks.

Maybe a pillow to place underneath your knees for extra comfort.  Cosy blankets to cover your body completely to stay warm.

Something to gently cover your eyes like an eye pillow or a light scarf - optional!

You can light a candle or have gentle lighting.

Ensure that your device full charged and is set to non-disturb so you are not disturbed.

Class will be open 15 mins prior to start time if you wish to check in and say Hi!

You can play a some gentle backround music from another device. 


Please note:

Please consult your Medical Practitioner prior to practicing yoga and always move within a pain free zone. It is the student's responsibility to take care of him/herself during their practice and to ensure that the space is clear of any obstruction.  Please note that yoga is not a substitute for medical attention, examination, diagnosis or treatment.  


“Your task is not to seek for love but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” ... Rumi