On October 14th, we’d love for you to join us at InPhoto Photography in Regina’s Warehouse District for an evening of Soul Limber Yin/Yang Yoga inspired by Danielle Laporte’s Desire Map, followed by a deep, restful Yoga Nidra. Noor is creating a magical music journey to accompany this deep process of movement, inquiry and rest.
After our practice, we’ll enjoy the cozy atmosphere of the photography studio to connect in community over wine (YES!! WINE!!) and cheese.
So... it’s true. We’ve found the perfect wine pairing for you! Desire Map, Yoga, Deep Rest, + soulful music are the perfect match for a delicious glass of wine! And, of course we will have some Kombucha on hand for anyone who would prefer a non alcoholic beverage.
We are limiting tickets for this event because we want to create intimacy and a spaciousness for you to have a deep journey to your soul’s desires. We suspect these tickets are going to go quickly, and suggest you reserve yours early!
Use this link to book your spot: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=15977777&appointmentType=8130225
Here’s some more information about Soul Limber Yoga.
This Desire Map inspired class incorporates meditation and yin and yang yoga to bring openness and energy to the body. This class uniquely includes a guided inquiry designed to help students tune into the language of their bodies and minds as they move through the poses. This is a feel-good ow that will leave students with a sense of mind-body balance. Suitable for students of all levels.
The Soul Limber class is part of The Desire Map workbook, something Robin teaches in her Desire Map workshops or through 1:1 coaching as a Licensed Desire Map Facilitator. This class is just the beginning of the experience, designed to help you open up to the feelings inside of you. The bigger part of this process is about identifying how you feel, and using those feelings as a guidance system for designing your life.
About Yoga Nidra:
Yoga nidra is a guided, deep meditation. Through instructions on breathing, body, sensory, and mindset awareness practitioners are able to break Samaskaras, or patterns, that keep them stuck. The body is so relaxed during yoga nidra, that people think they fall asleep, which is why it’s also known as “yogic sleep.” 20 minutes of yoga nidra is said to have the same benefits of a 2 hour nap!
During yoga nidra, the brain is able to rest. The practitioner becomes a witness to their own consciousness- in other words, they get out of their head and into their body in order to go into their soul.
Yoga nidra is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness.
This Yoga Nidra practice will be oriented toward feeling the way you most want to feel on the way to your desires and dreams.
We can’t wait to share this journey with you!