Restorative and Yoga Nidra with Margie Pacher Sunday April 24th

Restorative and Yoga Nidra Workshop
Did you know that by activating the relaxation response you counteract some of the toxic effects of chronic stress? Practices like restorative yoga help us slow the breath rate, reduce activity of stress hormones, and lower blood pressure. When this happens, concentration and mood improves and the immune system is supported.
Restorative Yoga places the participants into deeply restful and supported yoga poses using bolsters, rolled-up blankets, and blocks. The participant spends between 3 and 10 minutes in each pose to gain its healing benefits. The practice concludes with Yoga Nidra, a three-part relaxation technique that deeply restores physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

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