Join special guest Gyanananda and Geeti for 2hrs of Yoga Nidra and live music. Take this time to deeply relax, uplift and reconnect to you. The perfect way to end a Sunday.
Yoga nidra is a meditation practice which induces deep physical, mental and emotional relaxation. It is becoming increasingly popular as a perfect antidote for stressful, busy modern lifestyles. Gyan (Jon Parry) is a sound healer & yoga teacher in the Satyananda style, incorporating music & mantra for a deeply soothing, healing & uplifting experience.
Yoga can be a more effective form of complete rest and rejuvenation than conventional sleep, and helps to develop memory, awaken intuition and creativity. Studies have shown that yoga nidra can bring the mind from a highly active beta state into a more relaxed, calming alpha state and potentially into a theta state, where emotional integration & release happen.
The practice is so simple – all you have to do is lie down, listen to the guiding instructions, and feel. It is a self-empowering practice that will leave you feeling a state of inner bliss. This practice is a must try for everyone!
What to bring:
- Yoga mats, bolsters and blankets are provided, but bring any extra cushions necessary to make yourself comfortable
- A light shawl as your body temperature may drop
Bookings essential, secure your place today.
About Gyanananda (Jon Parry):
He is a classically trained vocalist & multi-instrumentalist. He plays flute, guitar, piano, harmonium, harmonicas, sitar, tabla, percussion & hand pan. His tender, lyrical & ethereal soundscapes for sound healings & yoga nidras create an environment for deep peace, soul connection & healing.
He has recently relocated to Sydney to share his passion for music & yoga more widely.
He will be musically accompanied by Geeti on Tibetan bowls, hand pan & tanpura. Geeti is a Sydney based Naada Yoga teacher & sound healer with a background in conscious movement & dance. Her passion and calling is to uplift, unify and transform our personal and collective energy and awareness through music, mantra and movement.