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Yoga Nidra is a body and breath-based meditation practice that can take place resting on one’s back, sitting in a chair, or even through slow paced, gentle mindful movement. It has been practiced throughout the world for over 1,000 years. Current research is finding that Yoga Nidra practice supports the present-centered network in the human brain governing processes of resiliency: deep creativity, inspired thinking, pain management, and healing on a cellular level.

In this retreat we will explore:
Gentle yoga movements to unwind tension, increase circulation and support the immune system.
Gentle yet powerful breathwork to reduce stress and support emotional balance
The ancient practice of Yoga Nidra as a powerful tool to facilitate deep relaxation and healing
Time for journaling to integrate and gain clarity

Date & Time: Sunday, October 25, 2020 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Special online price: $30
Register and pay for this on our Punchpass page: https://phinneyridgeyoga.punchpass.com/
For new Punchpass users, you will need to create a free account.

Log in to your free account on our Punchpass site and click on the tab, “Schedule” at top of your page.
Click on “Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra Afternoon Retreat” class on October 25 and then “Purchase Pass”.
You will receive the zoom class link from Punchpass.

Space is limited! For questions call: 206-547-2172


About the instructor: Christy Fisher

Christy Fisher

Christy is a 500-Hour certified Kripalu Yoga teacher; Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapy (C-IAYT) and a practitioner of yoga for over 25 years. Christy also holds a long time interest in somatic awareness and has been fortunate to study with pioneers including Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Martha Myers, Martha Eddy and Peggy Hackney along with receiving certification from the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (NYC). She has also studied the Franklin Method of Imagery with Christa Rypins.

Christy enjoys teaching people of all ages and backgrounds, specializing in adapting practices to meet individual needs. Her approach is gentle yet deep and always includes an emphasis on acceptance and mindfulness. Along with directing Phinney Ridge Yoga, she has taught for the National MS Society Washington State Chapter, Cancer Lifeline, and the Washington State Traumatic Brain Injury Association.

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