iRest Yoga Nidra Recordings

If you’re seeking a practice that nurtures your mind, body, and spirit, you’ve come to the right place. In this space, you’ll have the opportunity to access recordings of the classes that I teach and experience them first hand.

iRest Yoga Nidra is a profound and accessible form of guided meditation that combines ancient yogic wisdom with contemporary psychological insights. Developed by clinical psychologist and yoga therapist Richard Miller, iRest Yoga Nidra offers a unique approach to deep relaxation and self-inquiry. Nidra, meaning “sleep” in Sanskrit, refers to a state of conscious deep sleep or profound relaxation that brings about healing and restoration on multiple levels.

The Power of iRest Yoga Nidra: iRest Yoga Nidra has gained recognition for its effectiveness in promoting physical and mental well-being. It is widely used in diverse settings, including healthcare, therapy, education, and personal growth. This practice allows you to access a state of deep relaxation while maintaining a state of alert awareness.

The benefits of iRest Yoga Nidra are wide-ranging and can positively impact various aspects of your life. This practice has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia, while promoting relaxation, resilience, and emotional well-being. It supports the release of tension, cultivates self-awareness, and offers a space for self-inquiry and personal growth. Regular engagement with iRest Yoga Nidra can enhance your ability to navigate life’s challenges with ease and grace, fostering a sense of inner peace and harmony.

As with all meditation practices we all have different experiences when practicing. For many, these practices create a deep sense of grounding and tranquility. For others, especially those with a trauma history, these meditations can bring us into a space we haven’t been in a while. Please be gentle with yourself and feel free to stop the recording if you find it uncomfortable.

Heartfelt Desire: Yoga Garden (July 21)

Joy: Yoga Garden (June 12, 2023)


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