Please join us for this restorative and gentle yoga practice, allowing a weary and hurting body, mind, and heart to rest and heal.
On March 18, join certified yoga instructor, Dallas Rising, as she guides you through this practice safely over zoom. Great for people of all ages and abilities - you simply need to find a comfortable space where you can lie down and listen.
Register today! Receive an email with Zoom link the afternoon of the event!
Scholarships available if unable to cover full registration fee.
Contact MNelson@FamilyMeans.org for more info.
Yoga nidra (or yogic sleep) is a deep relaxation yoga practice that brings you to the threshold state between sleep and wakefulness. In this state, external senses are diminished and focus is turned inward, allowing for stress relief, increased energy, improvements in sleep/relaxation, and healing through pain and grief. Studies show that 30 minutes of yoga nidra can equate up to 4 hours of REM sleep.
Image to Right - Painting "Deitado" by Feikehara Yantra
FamilyMeans is a multi-service, nonprofit organization that was founded in 1963. We are funded by grants, donations, and client fees. FamilyMeans is headquartered in Stillwater, Minnesota, with branch offices located throughout the Twin Cities metro area, southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU (virtually)!
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