Join us online Sundays at 10:00 AM EST
Meeting ID: 816 6107 0026
Phone: +16465588656 US (New York)
Dates offered: December 22
Time: 7 pm – 8:30 pm
There is only one pose – you reclining back on your yoga mat and/or blanket.
Anyone can do it and all levels and body types are welcome.
Please bring your pillow, yoga mat and/or blanket for your comfort. Attendees are welcome to bring additional blankets/pillow for comfort.
Registration Fee: $33
Location: Circle of Miracles, 10 Beulah Road, New Britain, Pa.
The combination of Yoga Nidra and Sound is a powerful method used to attune your mind, body and spirit to higher frequencies and open up your energy channels (chakras and meridians) to flow freely by removing blockages. It is said that one hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to four hours of deep restful sleep.
Yoga Nidra, also known as ‘Yogic sleep’ or ‘psychic sleep’ is a deeply relaxing guided meditation that is designed to explore the different layers that make up the self,
promote profound states of relaxation, activate the parasympathetic nervous system, strengthen the nervous and immune systems and balances the emotional body.
Crystal bowl sound baths assist and speed up this process via the properties of vibrational entrainment, binaural beats and chakra balancing.
Participants will lay on the floor with eyes closed for the entire meditation. There is zero physical effort required, only listening and feeling/awareness are needed from the
Yoga Nidra helps us find relief from the constant stress that life brings just by remaining still and allowing the mind to follow the meditative instructions of the teacher.
The practice of withdrawing the senses to bring us into a deep, restorative state of relaxation was practiced by ancient sages as a way to observe the inner workings of the mind without becoming a subject of them. By entering into this deep state of relaxation they realized that they can release repressed emotions and past experiences that may have colored their perception.
Every experience we have will leave an impression on the mind. These impressions, known as samskaras, from the past influence and color our expectations about the future. Let go and surrender the repressed energies that no longer serve you.
We will balance your 7 main energy centers (chakras) to improve the flow of energy around the body which will enable relaxation, relieve pain, speed healing, and enable connective experiences.
It is in the chakras that we hold the emotional wounds and traumas of our lives and the function of energy healing is to excavate, release, refresh and renew.
By clearing blockages and releasing these painful experiences we make room for LIGHT, creating healing, and higher vibration and frequency within.
*Not recommended for people who wear hearing aids as they may need to remove them for the sound immersion yet be able to hear the guided meditation.
*Doors close at 7 pm so please be on time.
* Feel free to bring your special gemstones to be charged by the sounds or worn on the body if you have any.
**Give yourself some extra time if you have not been here to this address before.
* No show attendee fees are not refundable
Andrea has been a resident of Doylestown for over 25 years and is a home herbalist, yogi, bird watcher, dabbler of Ayurveda, lover of crystals and angels, and all about a healthy lifestyle. Andrea received her Usui-Tibetan Reiki Master/TeacherCertification at Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja, Mexico and is also an Access Consciousness Bars Facilitator and sound bath practitioner. She enjoys incorporating sound healing, crystals and chakra balancing into her practice.
Corey is a 20 year resident of Doylestown and has been a private yoga trainer and Reiki Master/teacher for the nearly 4 years and recently added sound bath to his mix of healing modalities. He specializes in Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Yin and Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra. In total, Corey has received 400 hours of yoga teacher training, all at Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja, Mexico. He also received gong training by the great Gong Master, Don Conreaux and has accumulated over 800 hours of yoga teaching