Yoga Nidra with Anisha

You'll be guided through subtle, breathing and imagery techniques designed to relax, lower stress levels, and facilitate an energetic sense of wellbeing.

Sep 27, 2020

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Anisha Lau

Virtual -- Zoom link will be provided.

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Yoga Nidra with Anisha with Anisha Lau

About the Event

$12 per session | $30 for the series

8-9pm PDT: Sundays, September 13, 20, and 27

Feeling unsettled is a part of the human experience. In our current reality, there are many external circumstances that can cause us anxiety, frustration and stress. Yoga Nidra — or yogic sleep — is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the “going-to-sleep” stage, typically induced by guided meditation. It is the systematic relaxation of the body, mind, and soul which encourages deep rest and emotional release. It is a perfect compliment to asana (and any other physical practice) as a way to truly relax the body, which can hold trauma and stress, sometimes more than we may consciously register. Take this hour to truly rest and be guided to the depth of peaceful relaxation.

In each session you will be guided through subtle, breathing and imagery techniques designed to relax, lower stress levels, and facilitate an energetic sense of well being. Leave feeling rejuvenated, calm and energized. No experience needed, all you need is a quiet place to lay down!

A Zoom link will be provided by email 1 hour before the start of each session.

BIO
Anisha is a certified transformative imagery facilitator and wellness coach. She holds a master’s degree in integrative health and is also a 200 RYT. Through a combination of imagery, breathing techniques and guided meditation she lays groundwork for people to turn inward and tune into their intuition. It is in the deep moments of connection to the self that allows expansion, personal growth and ultimately lead to a more peaceful, connected life. Anisha has been leading groups and working with individuals for several years throughout the bay area. She also works with several bay area nonprofits, developing wellness programs for underserved communities.