Yoga Nidra Training
Weekend Training with Ashley Sharp
Next dates TBD
12:30-7:00pm each day
Yoga Nidra, often referred to as “yogic sleep”, is a potent practice of guided reclining meditation.
Yoga Nidra systematically addresses physical, emotional and spiritual needs through complete relaxation of the body and mind. The way we think and process emotions on a daily basis can create unhealthy patterns leading to increased anxiety and suffering.
This meditative technique focuses on disarming and dissolving harmful recurring behaviors with mindfulness. Through this process of Yoga Nidra we practice effortless receptivity and deep ease for profound tranquility and healing.
Research has shown that Yoga Nidra effectively reduces:
- Chronic Pain
- Chemical Dependency
Join Ashley Sharp for an immersive weekend of Yoga Nidra training. Gain the knowledge and skills to be able to offer this amazing tool to your community. This training will combine theory and practice to provide a solid foundation of what Yoga Nidra is and how it works. By both receiving and leading Yoga Nidra sessions, you will develop a clear understanding of the potency and range of the practice.
Yoga Nidra Training objectives:
- Understand the theory, practice, and history of Yoga Nidra
- Be able to confidently lead Yoga Nidra in a group or private session
- Customize the practice for the needs of the individual or group
$295 | $250 Early Bird through January 25
*All payments are non-refundable, but may be converted into Namaste account credit (minus a $30 processing fee) if cancellation is received more than 72 hours before workshop.
This training provides Continuing Education credits.
Ashley Sharp, E-RYT 500, is known for her wit, practicality, and tenderness as an instructor. She teaches yoga, meditation and wisdom around the Bay Area including at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. She teaches yoga retreats internationally and leads yoga teacher trainings and classes in the Bay Area. She founded Insight Richmond, a community based meditation group. In addition to completing many trainings in yoga, yoga therapy and mindfulness meditation, she has sat in silent meditation for just about a full year.