Leap VIRTUAL Yoga Nidra Meditation with Gena Foreman

Leap VIRTUAL Yoga Nidra Meditation with Gena Foreman

Investment $12.00
5;00pm – 6:00pm
Friday April 10, April 17, April 24

Yoga Nidra, also known as “yogic sleep”, is a guided meditation done lying on the back in a corpse position to bring you into a state of conscious deep relaxation. Essentially sleep with a trace of awareness. This systematic journey guides you through the layers of the physical and subtle bodies allowing the body to completely relax, to let go, and to bring about deep healing: physically, emotionally, and spiritually. It is also known to help with insomnia, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and to help restore energy, promote creativity, and improve overall health. This practice can help calm your sympathetic nervous system, leaving you with a sense of peace, calm, and hopefully, bliss.

Join Gena in a magical process of releasing the physical body, quieting the brain waves, tapping into our emotional body, and gaining a higher intellect.

The class will be recorded and available for later viewing.

How does the technology work to access Leap VIRTUAL Live online?

1. Download Zoom here https://zoom.us/download to the device you’ll be viewing from (iPhone, laptop, computer).

2. Register for class at leapyoga.net under “classes”

Note: When logging in to our site be sure to use the email that you provided us when you signed up at Leap. If you’re experiencing difficulties you may have created a duplicate account. Please contact us at cindi@leapyoga.net

3. You will receive an email from FitGrid LIVE confirming you are registered for class. One hour before class starts you will receive a second email from FitGrid LIVE containing a link to join the class.

Need personal props (bolsters, blocks, straps, mats)? Just email us at info@leapyoga.net. We will have personal props available for purchase at a discounted rate while supplies last. We can arrange for you to pick up at Leap or we will deliver to you!

How do I create my sacred space at home?

It’s tempting to do things like the laundry or answer the phone when practicing yoga at home. Little things can easily interrupt your yoga practice. Creating a sacred space in your home or on the patio can make it easier to devote yourself fully to your practice and avoid being disrupted. We recommend finding a space in your home that is quiet and set up your mat/props. It can also be nice to add candles, meaningful objects, and maybe create an alter. Devote a set amount of time to your practice and stick to it. It’s way too easy to bail early when no one is watching you. Stay with it and enjoy Savasana too!

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