Date(s) - 28/07/2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Willows Nest
We once again gather – in very small groups, socially distant – to practice our guided meditation based on the practice of Yoga Nidra.
This traditional guided meditation is deeply relaxing and restorative for body, mind and spirit. We will be going deep after these many, many months of being apart—so please feel free to message ahead if you have any physical, psychological or spiritual needs you’d like to address specifically in the meditation, and we can focus in on those. Recent times have been chaotic – so we will reach for the deep inner calm and lovely clarity that comes from Nidra practice.
Sessions will be 2-2 1/2 hours so that we can leave extra time to settle in and come back out. Our safety precautions require the following:
1) You must reserve a spot – we are limiting spaces to only 4 per session. Pre-payment to hold your space.
2) Please bring your own pillow for under your head – I can sanitize yoga mats and blankets, but something to be comfy under your head is a plus.
3) Windows on all sides will remain open during everyone’s time in the space.
4) We will wear masks before and after the practice, and fans will circulate air – so if you get chilly easily, bring an extra blanket or wear appropriate clothing.
Cost for each session will now be 20 Euro to account for the additional time and cleaning before/after to keep everyone safe. If you are on lower income, please reach out. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Cashless payments accepted by paypal or bank transfer—I’ll send details when you reserve. Any questions, feel free to reach out!
So looking forward to welcoming you back to the Nest safely, and mindfully! If there are times that work for you and a small group, feel free to message and we can set up additional times!
Renée T. Coulombe has been a student and instructor of Iyengar Yoga for over three decades, and Yoga Nidra for over two. She has led Yoga Nidra guided meditations in California and Europe since 2013 in a variety of settings, from academic and artistic institutions to alternative healing centers and schools of yoga.