The next session of I Am What i Am is coming up on October 25th
Before we slip into the silly season take some time out to look back as the first step to moving into the new year. While this session will explore past and future, most of the session will explore Being in the present through the framework of iRest Yoga Nidra. Come as you are, share or be silent, connect with the circle and to yourself.
Come along and enjoy some yoga nidra, great company, and getting clear about moving into spring.
I Am What I Am
I am what I am uses iRest Yoga Nidra practice as a cradle of support for us to explore thoughts about ourselves and how we fit with the world around us. The iRest practices enable exploration of dualities (and sometimes exponential multidimensional) that we are constantly challenged to reconcile and integrate into our everyday lives.
This circle welcomes you, just as you are in this moment, to share and explore a deeper understanding of your true nature and life purpose. Bring your beautiful uniqueness, specialness and weirdness (what’s normal anyway) to nurture your personal wellbeing and self-development in a safe group space, inclusive of all humans (genders, cultures and belief systems).
The circle will include:
facilitated discussion about concepts related to self, community and authentic conscious connections,
listening to self and others with love, compassion, and respect,
guided iRest® Yoga Nidra practice to support self-awareness,
exercises to support development of self-awareness including intuition and self-love amplified by the collective energy and love of the circle,
cuppa and snack (ok … chocolate).
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm
Venue: YogaHara Studio. 1A King Street, Bendigo
Fridy October 25th
Nikki is curious about life. With multiple past and current labels contributing to her identity, she is currently questioning them all for their relevance and truth as expressions of her essential nature. Her facilitation of the circle is informed by her occupational therapy practice that enables her lifelong passion for deeply understanding individuals and what makes them tick. She is an iRest® Level 1 Teacher and a YogaHara Yoga Teacher trainee – both expressions of her new-found love of non-dual philosophies.