Live Harp, Yin & Yoga Nidra Workshop - Dancing Mind
Yin Yoga and finish with Yoga Nidra with Live Harp Music
Type of Event
Experience deeper levels of peace and health. Give yourself permission to rest and restore.
The first part of this workshop will be a Yin Yoga Practice and then ending the last hour with Live Harp and Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra (Guided Meditation).
Yoga Nidra is a meditative practice requires nothing of you but to lie down, listen to both the teacher (Paige Lichens) and Live Harp Music (Kara Welch) Be supported, held, and nourished as you discover profound peace and vibrant health.
Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra® has the power to transform you. This meditation guides you through each layer of being called the Kosha's.
What to expect:
You’ll start with a short session of discussion. What the various practices are and and then you use some positions to strengthen the joints. The last hour you will rest in stillness, lying down in a relaxation pose or in a seated position, while being guided by your teachers soothing voice and live music.
The last 15 minutes you'll simply lay and listen to the beautiful harp music.
Practice is for anyone with a desire for inner peace. No yoga experience is required. This practice has been used to successfully aid insomnia, anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, pain and adapting to travel & time zones, and other issues and changes.
Registration: $35 or $45 same day
About the instructor and harp player:
Paige Lichens, Washingtonian Native and been teaching Yoga and Meditation for over 9.5+ years. Certified and trained in Yin Yoga as well as Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra®. She is also a 500 E-RYT Kripalu Yoga & Meditation teacher and teaches full time in the DC Metro area.
Kara Welch has been playing harp since 2006. She performs professionally at cafes, graduations, galas, and more everywhere from Arizona to Jamaica specializing in classical, jazz, celtic, and healing music. Kara is currently studying with the Music for Healing and Transition Program (MHTP) at George Washington University Hospital to become a therapeutic musician in her new home base of Washington, DC.