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Restorative Yoga

The Best Sleep, The Best Bliss: Yoga Nidra

By Sarah Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness, sometimes referred to as yogic sleep. Yoga Nidra is sleepless sleep and occurs between waking consciousness and dreaming consciousness. In many class room settings Yoga Nidra refers to awareness in deep relaxation. It is also important to comprehend that deep relaxation with guided visualization is not Yoga Nidra. The goal of Yoga Nidra techniques is the intermediate state between waking and the dreaming state known as true Yoga Nidra. Please join me as I guide you through an hour long nidra practice. I will spend a few minutes at the beginning of class to briefly overview the history and benefits of yoga nidra, followed by a 45 minute nidra where students will find...

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Restorative Yoga: When The World Speeds Up

By Heidi Sherwin Restorative yoga invites you to experience more rest, less stress. Props, such as blocks, blankets, and bolsters, are used to hold the space of your body in a supported, nurturing way as you navigate layers of your being-ness. These gentle postures are held longer than in other yoga classes to enhance your body's natural relaxation response, as well as help you alleviate physical, mental, or emotional tension. The class is accessible for all levels. Book Restorative Yoga to reserve your spot! 1st Sundays in October, November, & December. - Book October 3rd - - Book November 7th - - Book December 5th - Props for Class: The studio has props available, but we do love when you...

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Yoga: Ancient Technology – Modern Twists

Oh Yoga! We love it at Bliss. One of the things that we are happily KNOWN for in our commUNITY is the variety of yoga styles we have at bliss. We encourage students to take as many of our classes as possible. Explore styles and teachers. Students often call in wanting to know more about yoga. Here is some information about yoga and our class approach. You will probably find that no matter which class you come to, it will be "Just what you needed" Every class can be considered beginner friendly (if you follow the golden rule to "listen to your body"!). Likewise, the beginner level and gentle classes are just as effective for the experienced yogi. We encourage...

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