An iRest Yoga Nidra Rest-shop

Dharma Yoga, Saturday, April 27, 2019 4-6:15 pm

During this rest-shop, we will explore gentle movement, pranayama, leading into a 40 minute guided iRest meditation. This practice is deeply restoring and renewing to the body, mind and Spirit. All practitioners are welcome, including those new to this practice. I look forward to exploring with you.

Rest and Renew, an iRest® yoga nidra series

Yoga Yoga Westgate, Tuesday’s, 1:30-2:45 pm

March 26, April 2, 9, 16 2019


Every once and a while. Take off your life. And rest. Nayyirah Waheed

This class series will be a space to slow down, restore and renew. Over four weeks, we will explore the transformative practice of iRest® yoga nidra. This practice is grounded in the simplicity of Being, and feeling and sensing into the moment, exactly as it is. When we are not trying to fix, change or manage life, Rest naturally happens. We may experience a depth of ease, wholeness and clarity, no matter the circumstance. Often during or after practice, fresh and creative perspectives can arise in relation to life situations.

Class time will be mostly experiential, and will include a centering, brief orientation, a 35/40 minute iRest® yoga nidra practice, and time to reflect and connect as we close and step back into life. You will receive the audio recording of the guided practice from each class.

iRest Practice and Community

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We are all just walking each other Home.  Ram Dass

These classes are intended to nourish both community and devotion to practice.  I foremost hold a safe space where you are invited to come exactly as you are. We primarily explore guided meditation in the form of iRest Yoga Nidra, weaved together with direct Inquiry.  Classes include ample time for both silence and sharing.

Based on yogic and non-dual teachings, iRest is a healing practice of rest, guided meditation and inquiry combined. In practice, we explore meeting life as it is. Some experience deep rest and relaxation during the initial practices. As the practitioner has replenished oneself, he/she will feel more alert to the layers of experience that are being revealed, and the messages they convey.  The gift of this practice is in returning to an ease of Being, and to a felt sense of wholeness and the wisdom that brings one into harmony with life.   You can find more information at .