iREST®/Yoga Nidra Workshop
Saturday, October 1st
9:00 am – Noon
led by Susan Blackwell Tate
Includes a recorded practice. Discounts available for Military, Seniors and Students on fixed incomes
About iREST®/Yoga Nidra
iRest® stands for Integrative Restoration – a mindful practice brings you back again and again to a sense of peacefulness that is always present.
Based on ancient teachings of meditation, iRest® Yoga Nidra is an evidence based transformative practice that leads to psychological, physical and spiritual healing and well being. It provides you with tools to deeply relax, release stress, increase resiliency, improve your interpersonal relationships and provide you with greater mastery and control in your life as it nourishes noble qualities such as peacefulness, joy, empathy, forgiveness, patience and loving kindness toward yourself and others.
It is a guided meditation of self inquiry based on a 4000 year old practice, done lying down or comfortably seated. It’s easy to do, no prior meditation experience necessary. It is a research-based, transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry that:
-Relaxes the mind, body and soul
-Releases negative emotions and thought patterns
-Calms the nervous system
-Helps you reconnect to the peace that is always present
-Develops a deep capacity to meet any and all circumstances you may encounter in life
For questions or to register
Contact: Susan Blackwell Tate
More on iREST®
iREST has been shown to be very helpful in treating anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, chronic pain and chemical dependencies. For more about the research behind it, please click here…
Susan has been teaching yoga and meditation classes for over 15 years She has also helped facilitate workshops and taught internationally in Registered Yoga Teacher Trainings. She has been a student of Dr. Richard Miller, founder of The Integrative Restoration Institute, and taught iRest® since 2007, as well as serving a three week Internship at the Walter Reed Army Hospital working with active duty military service members suffering from PTSD and other wounds of war.
For more about the teacher, Susan Blackwell Tate, please click here…
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