Each Yoga Nidra: Level 1, Deep Relaxation program is taught while you are in the comfort of your home, over the telephone by Meditation Master, Stacy Kamala Waltman. You will receive a recording of each session so
you can practice as often as your schedule permits.
"Lead your mind away from any thought that does not have your permission to be there." ~
Stacy Kamala Waltman
The World Health Organization predicts that stress-related disorders
will be the second leading
cause of disabilities in the world by 2020 and to maintain health in these challenging times
The Mayo Clinic recommends a daily Deep Relaxation Program of 15 -30 minutes each day.
Listen to Stacy's profoundly calming voice on this YouTube video.
In this culture of over-exertion, over-extension, a coffee hut on every corner, media over-stimulation, and excessive noise, relaxation has been pushed aside. Replaced by activity and consumed by the effort, we often think ourselves lazy if we aren't busy. Our ability to be fully present and our degree of authenticity often become lost in forward moving, frenetic activity. And, as a result, stress levels and health problems keep escalating with no relief in sight.
As a tool to counteract the stressful effects of today's culture, Yoga Nidra helps the mind unwind while the body learns to lean into itself. Internal organs begin to unwind and blood pressure regulates. Accumulated stress begins to dissipate, the adrenal glands relax, and breathing slows and deepens; oxygenating the entire system. The body's natural healing powers are allowed to rise as we surrender into inner ease.
Yoga Nidra also provides relief from headaches, reduces body pain, improves concentration, stabilizes the emotions, eliminates insomnia, lowers blood pressure, reduces fatigue, and improves bowl function. As we become more proficient in the art of letting go in Yoga Nidra we learn to reconnect to our true source and health is restored.
Instead of going out to dinner, buying something you don’t need, eating excessively, turning on the TV, drinking alcohol, gossiping, or numbing out, choose to spend once a week for five weeks, in Shavasana (For those of you who are unfamiliar with Shavasana, it is a simple and comfortable relaxation pose of lying on your back, legs about 1-2 feet apart, arms away from the body with palms facing up.) in the comfort of your home on the telephone with Meditation Master, Stacy Kamala Waltman.
Yoga Nidra which is Yogic Sleep/Deep Relaxation is actually dynamic sleep.
Successfully practiced, Yoga Nidra helps calm the mind, teaches us how to let go rather than hold on, calms anxious energy, removes depression, increases access to inner knowledge and creativity, develops memory and deeply relaxes the entire body.
Your guide through this restorative process is Stacy Kamala Waltman, an accomplished Meditation Teacher and Transformational Life Coach. She has been studying yoga for over 30 years and has a voice that is calmly powerful and deeply restful. She is a master at all forms of meditation including, Yoga Nidra and will lead you through this ancient art of true relaxation.
Photo: Stacy Kamala Waltman, Meditation Master and
Transformational Life Coach
Course and program policy: Once payment has been sent and a commitment to attend any courses or programs has been made, there are no refunds issued unless Stacy fails to follow-thru on the program delivery. If a life event unexpectedly occurs in your life during the course of your program commitment which deems you unable to complete your classes and/or program, a one-time extension will be given. This extension must be completed by you within six months of your initial commitment. There will be no exceptions, thank you for understanding.
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