Begin the new year with Soul Rest Season 2: A Yin and Yoga Nidra Journey with Peggy Nolan, RYT 500
If you answered yes to any or all of the above, then you’ll want to join Peggy in January for this month long yin and yoga nidra journey through the second limb of yoga, ~ 5 yogic qualities that help you treat and care for yourself better.
You’ll slow down, stretch out, and sink into deep relaxation. You’ll learn to turn inward, trust your intuition, and listen for the response when you ask yourself, “what’s my next best step?”
Each class will leave you feeling centered, well rested, deeply relaxed, revitalized, realigned, and renewed.
Soul Rest Season 2 is suitable for everybody and every body. No yoga or writing experience required.
What you need for each live session: zoom, journal or notebook, something to write or draw with, yoga mat, comfy clothes to practice in, bolster or pillows, snuggly blanket, a quiet space.
If you would like to go even deeper, my suggested reading: The Yamas and Niyamas by Deborah Adele. Please note that you do not need to purchase the book for this class.
Hi everyone! I’m Peggy and I’ve been practicing yoga for almost 20 years and teaching for 11 years. My mission is to help the exhausted and worn out rejuvenate their lives through the sacred art of yoga. I’m an E-RYT200 and RYT500 with Yoga Alliance.
I’m always a student with over 200 additional hours of advanced teacher training and certification in Yin yoga and Yoga Nidra, Yoga philosophy, Ayurveda, Pranayama, and Meditation.
This beautiful practice always brings me back to my center and allows me to reclaim my energy, my peace and my sense of calm.
I hope you will be joining me for this amazing journey through the Niyamas!
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