Our guest blogger—Glenis Wilkinson, Yoga Teacher and iRest Teacher-in-training Level 2—shares her love of the ancient art of Yoga, made accessible for our busy, modern lives.
What is iRest Yoga Nidra?
Based on the ancient teachings of meditation, iRest is an evidence-based, transformative practice that leads to psychological, physical, and spiritual healing and well-being. (Source: iRest)
Integrative and restorative
Its practice is both integrative—as it heals the various unresolved issues and traumas that are present in your body and mind—and restorative—as it enables you to recognise your innate peace of mind that is always present amidst all of life’s changing circumstances. (Source: iRest)
Tools for life mastery
iRest provides you with tools to help you relax deeply, release stress, increase resilience, improve your interpersonal relationships, and provides you with greater mastery and control in your life. (Source: iRest)
How does iRest make you feel?
iRest nourishes noble qualities such as joy, peacefulness, empathy, forgiveness, patience and loving-kindness toward yourself and others. People who practice iRest report feelings of:
- Reduced depression, fear, and anxiety
- Reduced insomnia and levels of stress
- Reduced chronic and acute pain
- Greater ability to relax and enjoy life
- Improved interpersonal relations
- Increased inner peace and well-being
Thirty years in the making
iRest is an evidence-based, mind-body approach that is the result of thirty years of observation, research, and hands-on development by Dr. Richard Miller and associates.
iRest programs are typically taught as a guided meditation. Students can expect to lie down or sit comfortably during the practice.
Contact Glenis Wilkinson, Yoga Teacher
Glenis Wilkinson is a Yoga Teacher and iRest Teacher-in-training Level 2. She feels privileged to share these amazing practices to soothe the soul, calm the mind, and relax the body.
m: 0421 319 549