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I've finished teaching in Toronto.
Look for information this autumn about what is coming next for Moncton, New Brunswick.
Due to COVID-19 physical distancing, I will be unable to teach the last Restorative & Yoga Nidra class in Toronto before we move to NB.
Thank you to everyone who came to classes here since 2015!
Why is rest important?
We are under a tremendous amount of stress in our lives. Our daily routines, our busy families and jobs. It’s important to find ways to relieve this stress in our bodies. When we practice Restorative Yoga, we allow the body to release and relax. The more we practice coming back to this relaxed state, the more easily we can move there when we are under stress. It's teaching the nervous system a skill that we can call on when needed.
Yoga Nidra, literally Yogic Sleep, is a guided meditation done in Savasana, lying down on your back. “In yoga nidra, we restore our body, senses, and mind to their natural function and awaken a seventh sense that allows us to feel no separation, that only sees wholeness, tranquility, and well-being,” says Richard Miller, a San Francisco Bay Area yoga teacher and clinical psychologist.
This class is offered once a month. Pre-registration is required, and class space is limited.
I'm not sure when we'll be able to practice together again. Until then, please use this recording of Yoga Nidra as it might be useful for you. Sending lots of love!