Deep Relaxation Through Yoga Nidra, Elwood - What's On St Kilda
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Deep Relaxation Through Yoga Nidra

Come join us for 1½ hours of delicious immersion into deep relaxation and rest!

About this Event

Yoga nidra is a practice of guided mind–body awareness that enables effortless disengaging from the thinking mind to create a nourishing, meditative state of deep relaxation and ease.

Involving no asanas (physical yoga poses), yoga nidra is done in a restful and comfortable lying position, and can be enjoyed equally by those with yoga or meditation experience, and those with no prior experience. These classes are suitable for all ages from teens.

Yoga nidra can be excellent for those who may otherwise find it difficult to relax or to meditate. Cultivating wellbeing on multiple levels, yoga nidra can be beneficial by:

✧ providing relaxation

✧ reducing stress

✧ increasing physical energy

✧ alleviating insomnia and supporting healthy sleep

✧ improving digestion

✧ balancing emotions

✧ building equanimity and resilience

✧ fostering creativity

✧ giving a profound sense of wholeness and ease

How to prepare ...

Please come dressed in comfortable, unrestrictive clothing. Warmth or layers are recommended, and bringing warm socks to the class can be a great idea! Yoga mats, blankets and cushions are provided, however, feel free to bring your own mat and/or additional props to maximise comfort, if you wish.

*** Please refrain from wearing fragrance to these classes ***

Yoga nidra is great for ...

Just about everyone! However, please note that while found to be beneficial for anxiety and depression, yoga nidra is contraindicated for dissociative conditions such as schizophrenia and psychosis. Additionally, if you are experiencing active trauma, or are currently being treated for trauma, please inform me prior to the class.

For any questions ...

Please email me at and I will get back to you as soon as possible!

And finally ...

10% of the proceeds from these classes will go to ‘Pay The Rent,’ a scheme promoting understanding, mutual respect and goodwill between colonial societies and Indigenous sovereign nations. Funds raised in Melbourne currently support local Elders in providing traditional funerals to First Nations people, and campaigns around Reconciliation <>.

Due to COVID-19 some events may be operating differently than planned.
Please contact the event organiser directly to confirm.

Please contact the event organiser directly for accessibility information.