Looking to find a healthcare professional to share treatment room space beginning in December. Currently shared with 1 massage therapist. Please call (208)345-7113 for more details.
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iRestÂ® Yoga Nidra is a profound, yet accessible, meditation practice that systematically combines deep relaxation, mindfulness, affirmation, breathing, visualization and self-inquiry to facilitate the integration of body, mind, and spirit.
The Sanskrit translation for Body Sensing Yoga is: â€œtrikaâ€ which means source or true nature. Body Sensing Movement is a practice of meditative Hatha Yoga derived from the tantric teachings of Kashmir non-dualism. The practice is designed to reveal your body as radiant and spacious vibration, which directly reveals your true nature as unconditioned Essence. Using gentle traditional Yoga postures, breathing practices, and dynamic and static postural flows, Jeanne will introduce you to this exquisite and rarely taught meditative approach to sensing the bodyâ€™s movements.
Body Sensing Movement teaches you to let go of memory, experience the body moving as you have never experienced it before, and rediscover the continuum in which all movements are always happening.
Each class will build on the teachings given in the prior weeks and consist of dialogue, guided postural flows integrated with breath, movement, pranayama (breathing techniques), and iRest Yoga Nidra meditation. No experience required.
In the Not Knowing: Exploring the Spaciousness of Life Beyond the Mind
w/ Jeanne Dillion, E-RYT500 & Michael Sapiro, PsyD, ERYT-200
Sunday, Nov. 13th
This workshop will integrate: Breath Work, Guided meditation, Group discussion on Buddhist Psychology and the healing power of Awareness. CE credits available for YA teachers
Michael Sapiro, PsyD, ERYT-200 lives and works on the frontier of spirituality, social justice, science, and psychology. He earned his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from John F. Kennedy University and holds a Masterâ€™s in English Studies. He is a consultant with the Institute of Noetic Sciences and is on faculty at Esalen Institute. Michael is the founder of Maitri House Yoga and was trained for 20 years in both traditional Yoga philosophy and lifestyle, and Buddhist meditation. He has lived in Zen temples and ordained for a short period as a Buddhist monk in Thailand. He and his wife lead cultural immersion trips to Thailand with teachers such as Richard Miller and Sarahjoy Marsh. He can be found at email@example.com or maitrihouseyoga.com.
Yoga for the Greater Good
October 30th, 10:30-11:30amYoga for the Greater Good is a donation-based karma yoga class, joining yoga and selfless service together. This is a collaboration of yoga teachers offering their time and inspiration to share in the seeds of change, hope, and community.This month’s karma yoga class will be led by Rachel Batten in support of the Allumbaugh House, which offers medically monitored detoxification and
short-term residential crisis mental health. Learn more here.