Yoga Nidra Session – June 21 – 7:00pm -Guided Meditation in Savasana
What: Extended Yoga Nidra Guided Meditation
How it Works: You’ll get to relax while lying on your back with your eyes closed. And you will be guided step by step through the yoga nidra process. Blissfully relaxing!
Time: The Yoga Nidra begins sharply at 7:00pm. Arrive about 6:45pm so that you are situated in savasana by 7:00pm. Doors are locked at 7:00.
What is the Cost? It’s $15. Check or Cash. The June 21st Yoga Nidra is 2 for 1. Come with a friend and it’s $15 for both of you.
Yoga Nidra Instructor: Charlie Brens, Reiki Master/Teacher and Yoga Nidra Teacher
RSVP: Call Charlie Brens at (303) 589-2240 (or email me and I’ll forward your RSVP to Charlie).
Who is Invited?: Anyone that can either relax on a yoga mat on the floor for 45 minutes (or if you cannot relax on a yoga mat you can sit on the sofa).
Do I need to know any yoga asanas/postures?: Not at all. This class will not involve any yoga poses other then savasana (the corpse pose). And if it isn’t comfortable to lay down you can be seated for the practice.
What: Be guided into a 45 minute Yoga Nidra practice. Yoga Nidra will first be introduced with a 10-15 minute overview and Q&A. Then participants will be guided into a 45 minute practice. Then we will finish with 10 minutes Q&A.
What to Bring:
- a yoga mat or camping pad
- 2-3 blankets. You’ll want to add a blanket or two to your yoga mat to make it more comfortable.
- a thin pillow (optional)
- an eye covering (optional)
- a bolster or pillow for under your knees (optional)
- a bottle of water
The Clubhouse at
Dayton Condominium Complex
2525 S. Dayton Way
Denver, CO 80231
The location is at Dayton Green Condominiums (west side of Dayton Way) at the Clubhouse which is by the pool and tennis courts in the center of the complex. The complex is on the west side of S. Dayton Way. Please park along Dayton Way. All parking in the complex is assigned. There are 4 different parking lots, A, B, C & D. The clubhouse is closest to lot C, so parking on the street close to lot C will save you some steps. Look for the tennis courts. There is a pool behind the tennis courts and the clubhouse is to the north/right of the pool.
From Yoga Journal:
Also known as yogic sleep or sleep with awareness, Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice that is rapidly gaining popularity in the West. It is intended to induce full-body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. “We live in a chronically exhausted, overstimulated world,” says Rod Stryker. “Yoga Nidra is a systematic method of complete relaxation, holistically addressing our physiological, neurological, and subconscious needs.”
During a typical class, teachers use a variety of techniques—including guided imagery and body scanning—to aid relaxation”Yoga Nidra uniquely unwinds the nervous system,” Stryker says, “which is the foundation of the body’s well-being.”
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