Yoga Nidra & Singing Bowls Class in Austin, TX

Yoga Nidra & Tibetan Singing Bowls

The average person is missing 1 to 2 hours of sleep a night. Yoga Nidra or “yogic sleep” is a guided meditation to stay conscious while entering a state of deep sleep. This trains you to regulate your nervous system and enter states of deep relaxation day to day, as well as sleep better at night. Many of the body’s healing processes are regulated during deep rest, including the immune system, blood sugar levels and hormone levels. Yoga Nidra helps these systems function optimally. This practice has been clinically shown to reduce PTSD in war veterans, as well as anxiety, depression, fatigue and general markers of stress.

During Yoga Nidra you lay comfortably in savasana (resting pose) while being guided to notice sensations throughout the body. Tibetan Singing Bowls, used in meditation and ceremonies, will be played to help create a calming atmosphere. No experience needed. Props are provided. Please come early if you want to move or stretch before laying down, this class will only consist of the Yoga Nidra practice.

Cost Per Class: $15 Members | $20 Guests

Upcoming Dates

November 27 | 7:30-8:30 p.m.
December 18 | 7:30-8:30 p.m.

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Jeremy Devens, Yoga Instructor at BodyBusiness in Austin, TX

About the Instructor: Jeremy Devens

For more than 15 years, Jeremy has worked in health and personal development. Personalizing practices from yoga, ayurveda and physical therapy, Jeremy teaches how to work with physical, mental and emotional challenges. Jeremy has lived and taught in Austin, TX since 2011 teaching more than 3,000 classes, workshops and events with everyone from at-risk youth to senior citizens. He teaches the styles of Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and Yoga Nidra. His primary teachers have been Jenn Wooten, Jason Crandell, Jeff Cavaliere, Mehtab Benton and Vanessa Stone.