YOGA NIDRA: de-stress + reboot
Experience calmness and peace.
Shift from the ingrained stress reaction to the relaxation response.
Reset your body's natural rhythm and neurological patterns using active and restorative asana, pranayama and this simple yet effective guided meditation - Yoga Nidra
To register online, visit the Living Yoga Center website: living-yoga
Type of Event
Saturday, November 14th, 1-3pm
$30 the day of
Our fast paced culture, coupled with life’s moment-by-moment challenges, produces a cascade of stress hormones that have many short- and long term effects on body and mind. High stress levels and trauma experiences flood the system with stress hormones which, over time have a significant negative impact on the immune system leading to imbalance and disease.
This workshop is designed to guide you into a state of deep relaxation and awareness of the present moment so essential for the body-mind to restore homeostasis, balance and inner radiance.
Experience calmness and peace as you shift from the ingrained stress reaction to the relaxation response. Reset your body's natural rhythm and neurological patterns using active and restorative asana, pranayama and this simple yet effective guided meditation - Yoga Nidra.
What is Yoga Nidra?
Yoga Nidra is an ancient system of yogic relaxation that allows reconnection with the “deepest, most intimate and relaxed receptivity of intuitive spontaneous intelligence,” [Richard Miller, PhD].
To register on line, please visit the Living Yoga Center website: living-yoga
About the presenter:
LORRIE SHEPARD (E-RYT200, RYT500) found peace through introspection, study & practice. Prior to relocating to Southern California, Lorrie taught yoga and Yoga Nidra to groups throughout the northeast including veterans with PTSD. She teaches that being present, finding stillness, peace and well-being are accessible to everyone. For more information: