The Jung Center

4/4 Yoga Nidra (LIVESTREAMING)

Saturday, Apr. 4, 2020 – Saturday, Apr. 4, 2020

02:00 PM – 04:00 PM

This livestreaming program can be taken from home or anywhere with an internet connection. If you register, you will be emailed viewing instructions prior to the event.

All times are CDT. Please contact Mary Oleyar at moleyar@junghouston.org, or 713.524.8253 x23 with any questions. Learn more about online learning.

According to the yoga tradition, we have five bodies, kosha in Sanskrit, made of increasingly finer grades of energy. Think and feel them as you would Russian matryoshka dolls, one resting within and supporting another. In Yoga Nidra meditation, we move through the gross layers of the physical form and through the kosha, accessing somatic nourishment and relaxation; here we discover a profound way to internally source and experience well-being. Yoga nidra meditation is practiced while resting comfortably on your back with props supporting the body. If the practitioner is not comfortable resting on their back, additional resting poses are offered. We will explore the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self), leaving us with a sense of wholeness, rest, ease, clarity, and peace. These aspects of freedom are what we cultivate through yoga and meditation practices. We will focus specifically on the energy of spring, clearing the mind to soften and nourish the heart, and the deepest layers of our beings. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat and a washcloth.

Justine Fanarof

Justine Fanarof, JD, MPH, E-RYT 500, is the owner of Fanarof Law and Justine Yoga and the creator of Mindful Law Firm™. A yoga and mindfulness teacher and practicing lawyer, Justine combines her expertise to offer a much-needed alternative to the often aggressive culture of law.

To purchase the class, please visit the event page.


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