We’ll start by moving the whole body. Oxygenating the blood. Engaging the muscles. Then we’ll slow the practice right down and relax every muscle, relax every part of the body into a Yin practice to reach into the deeper parts of you – connective tissues, bones, joints – all the while learning techniques to reduce and dissolve stress.
Finally, we’ll find stillness in the body as we focus on relaxing the mind. The meditative practice of Yoga Nidra is commonly used for PTSD due to its profound impact to balance the mind and therefore balance you emotionally. If you have any stress in your life, this integrative restoration practice is for you.
Hatha Yoga. Yin Yoga. Yoga Nidra. This is Yoga.
About Sherrie Laryse
Sherrie Laryse is a teacher and mentor with 10+ years studying and working in human behaviour, neurolinguistics, grief, trauma, psychosomatics, mental illness and yoga. She has positioned herself as a leading teacher on how to process experiences (our external environment) in order to control our emotions, our health and our state of being (our internal environment). Sherrie consults internationally as well as teaching group workshops in Australia and New Zealand.