The biggest and most important self-care you can give yourself is – rest. You’ve had enough of do-ing, cope-ing, and busy-ing. Simply lie back and just be. Daring to Rest yoga nidra meditation will gently guide you to rest deeply – physically, mentally and emotionally. Rise up and lead from a well-rested place. Permission to rest is granted. This workshop is open to everyone who is tired or want to take back rest for themselves.
In this workshop, expect to be fully facilitated into a deep rest-full state, and wake up with a sense of calmness to carry into your everyday life. Daring to Rest yoga nidra meditation is a sleep-based relaxation technique. Through guided breath work, body rotations, and visualisations, it is known to help people rest and sleep better. There are no fanciful yoga poses that we will be doing. In fact, expect a session of non-doing, except lying down (or sitting, if you prefer). The theme for this class is ‘Love Thyself’. This is a time for you to love yourself unconditionally, be good to yourself, to treat yourself to true deep rest. From this well-rested body, you will rise better. Let’s lie down and thrive.
To honour everyone’s rest experience, we will unfortunately not be able to accommodate late comers.
Date: Fri 22 Feb 2019
Time: 8:15 – 9:15 p.m.
Fee: S$30 per person
Capacity: 15 persons
Venue: Yoga In Common studio, 22 Petain Road, Singapore 208095
Directions: Farrer Park MRT (North-South Line) Lavender MRT (East-West Line)
Bus Services: After Allenby Road Bus Stop ID: 07319 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 130, 139, 147, 857 Sri Srinivasa Perumal Tp Bus Stop ID: 07211 21, 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 125, 130, 139, 141, 147, 857, NR6
Parking: Public parking is available along Petain Road.
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About You Min Yap
You Min is a certified nature and forest therapy guide and a Daring to Rest facilitator. The people and the city are exhausted from a time- and speed- sickness. She stands for self-care, slowing down and re-connections for well-being and to thrive better. Her work has seen her present at the International Forest Therapy Days conference in Finland, and the Therapeutic Horticulture Seminar by the Centre of Urban and Greenery Ecology (CUGE) a division under the National Parks Board. She is the founder of Xiu Nature Connections.