Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra:  Full Practice Session B

Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra: Full Practice Session B

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Enjoy a deeply restorative relaxation practice with Heather's Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra Class B.  

Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra is for everyone. No meditation or yoga experience is necessary...all you need to do is experience the transformation of deep deep relaxation. 

It is particularly helpful practice during times of challenge and transition. It is a profound way to create change and compassion within yourself that you then share with others and the world.

This practice is an effective technique for cultivating a deeply calm nervous system that makes it possible to fully relax physically, mentally and emotionally. Bring your mind into a healing, restful state then enjoy feeling revitalized, a calm nervous system, stress relief and increased health and wellness.

Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra is the Yoga Nidra form and practice that Heather has remastered for our time while staying true to the science and roots of Yoga Nidra. This modern-adapted practice of Yoga Nidra, is practical and inclusive welcoming all philosophies, spiritual and non-spiritual practices-it is for everyone. Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra is a deeply relaxing and nourishing re-usable practice that works for everyone.


Each audio is a stand alone and complete class.

November through May, Heather offers this in-person New Mexico where you are welcome to stay after class and enjoy a hot cup of tea while transitioning out of practice and into the world. 

In all yoga based offerings by Heather, we honor the history and roots of yoga, examine the wisdom in the teachings of yoga in a way that works for you. We transform and use our practice to liberate; taking it beyond our mat into our life, our family, friends and community.  We can uplift each other's well-being by how we practice and learn how to be with discomfort, examine and question and cultivate new patterns.