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Oct
21
Wed
Yoga Nidra – Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief @ Zoom - register below for link
Oct 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Feeling the stress of the world around you?

Climate change, elections, social justice?

Join The Resilient Activist for a four-week donation-based series

Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief with Yoga Nidra

Four Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:15 pm Central Time on Zoom

Oct 21 – Nov 11, 2020

Register here:

What is Yoga Nidra?

If Yoga Nidra is new to you, and you’re not sure how it could help ease your stress and anxiety, give a listen to this short introduction.

What to bring:

Find a place near your computer or smartphone where you can recline – on a sofa, the floor, a recliner, and even your bed (although you probably will fall asleep if you’re in bed!) We will meet on Zoom so you need to be able to easily reach your digital device from where you set up for your meditation.

  • a pillow for under your head
  • a pillow or rolled towel for under your knees
  • a blanket or two
  • an eye cover – eye pillow or folded washcloth

Close the door and turn off the ringer on your phone before you begin.

What do participants have to say about The Resilient Activist’s Yoga Nidra?

This is the first time I feel like I’ve really been able to just let go of a lot of the things that are going on. Not just with my job but with the United States and the greater world. Thank you so much, it was just amazing. I look forward to sharing the recording with others – I know so many people who are really struggling right now and I think it will be a blessing.  ~A.M.

I thought that was outstanding!  I feel I am ready to go to bed and that’s kind of a big deal for me because I never feel relaxed before going to bed. I’m not usually an anxious person, but whenever I hit the pillow, I feel like a thousand thoughts come to me. This feels like such a blessing and I am so grateful for this meditation. 

It was very calming and relaxing and the body scan seemed so complete, in so many details and I really enjoyed that. ~D.B.

Yoga Nidra was wonderful. I could get a little emotional and I’m feeling deeply touched. Being relaxed with what you can’t change is a nice thing for my control issues to help me just chill.  ~D.P.

I was noticing tension before we even acknowledged what things were causing us anxiety and worry. In Yoga Nidra, I had a sense of a nature-connected drawdown of the tension.  ~T.H.

Oct
25
Sun
Resilience and Morning Meditation @ Zoom
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Image by Angela C from Pixabay

Join The Resilient Activist for

Morning Meditation

Sundays 9 – 10 am CDT

On Zoom

These weekly practices are suitable for anyone – from new meditators to those with a deep and long-standing practice.

They will follow the format of daily meditations we offered during the COVID-19 shut-ins. This article will give you an idea of what to expect.

Support The Resilient Activist

Classes are offered at no charge. If you’re financially secure, a suggested donation of $15 per session will help us continue to provide programs like this one!


Register here for Zoom Meeting ID:

Image by silviarita from Pixabay
Oct
28
Wed
Yoga Nidra – Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief @ Zoom - register below for link
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Feeling the stress of the world around you?

Climate change, elections, social justice?

Join The Resilient Activist for a four-week donation-based series

Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief with Yoga Nidra

Four Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:15 pm Central Time on Zoom

Oct 21 – Nov 11, 2020

Register here:

What is Yoga Nidra?

If Yoga Nidra is new to you, and you’re not sure how it could help ease your stress and anxiety, give a listen to this short introduction.

What to bring:

Find a place near your computer or smartphone where you can recline – on a sofa, the floor, a recliner, and even your bed (although you probably will fall asleep if you’re in bed!) We will meet on Zoom so you need to be able to easily reach your digital device from where you set up for your meditation.

  • a pillow for under your head
  • a pillow or rolled towel for under your knees
  • a blanket or two
  • an eye cover – eye pillow or folded washcloth

Close the door and turn off the ringer on your phone before you begin.

What do participants have to say about The Resilient Activist’s Yoga Nidra?

This is the first time I feel like I’ve really been able to just let go of a lot of the things that are going on. Not just with my job but with the United States and the greater world. Thank you so much, it was just amazing. I look forward to sharing the recording with others – I know so many people who are really struggling right now and I think it will be a blessing.  ~A.M.

I thought that was outstanding!  I feel I am ready to go to bed and that’s kind of a big deal for me because I never feel relaxed before going to bed. I’m not usually an anxious person, but whenever I hit the pillow, I feel like a thousand thoughts come to me. This feels like such a blessing and I am so grateful for this meditation. 

It was very calming and relaxing and the body scan seemed so complete, in so many details and I really enjoyed that. ~D.B.

Yoga Nidra was wonderful. I could get a little emotional and I’m feeling deeply touched. Being relaxed with what you can’t change is a nice thing for my control issues to help me just chill.  ~D.P.

I was noticing tension before we even acknowledged what things were causing us anxiety and worry. In Yoga Nidra, I had a sense of a nature-connected drawdown of the tension.  ~T.H.

Nov
1
Sun
Resilience and Morning Meditation @ Zoom
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Image by Angela C from Pixabay

Join The Resilient Activist for

Morning Meditation

Sundays 9 – 10 am CDT

On Zoom

These weekly practices are suitable for anyone – from new meditators to those with a deep and long-standing practice.

They will follow the format of daily meditations we offered during the COVID-19 shut-ins. This article will give you an idea of what to expect.

Support The Resilient Activist

Classes are offered at no charge. If you’re financially secure, a suggested donation of $15 per session will help us continue to provide programs like this one!


Register here for Zoom Meeting ID:

Image by silviarita from Pixabay
Nov
4
Wed
Yoga Nidra – Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief @ Zoom - register below for link
Nov 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Feeling the stress of the world around you?

Climate change, elections, social justice?

Join The Resilient Activist for a four-week donation-based series

Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief with Yoga Nidra

Four Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:15 pm Central Time on Zoom

Oct 21 – Nov 11, 2020

Register here:

What is Yoga Nidra?

If Yoga Nidra is new to you, and you’re not sure how it could help ease your stress and anxiety, give a listen to this short introduction.

What to bring:

Find a place near your computer or smartphone where you can recline – on a sofa, the floor, a recliner, and even your bed (although you probably will fall asleep if you’re in bed!) We will meet on Zoom so you need to be able to easily reach your digital device from where you set up for your meditation.

  • a pillow for under your head
  • a pillow or rolled towel for under your knees
  • a blanket or two
  • an eye cover – eye pillow or folded washcloth

Close the door and turn off the ringer on your phone before you begin.

What do participants have to say about The Resilient Activist’s Yoga Nidra?

This is the first time I feel like I’ve really been able to just let go of a lot of the things that are going on. Not just with my job but with the United States and the greater world. Thank you so much, it was just amazing. I look forward to sharing the recording with others – I know so many people who are really struggling right now and I think it will be a blessing.  ~A.M.

I thought that was outstanding!  I feel I am ready to go to bed and that’s kind of a big deal for me because I never feel relaxed before going to bed. I’m not usually an anxious person, but whenever I hit the pillow, I feel like a thousand thoughts come to me. This feels like such a blessing and I am so grateful for this meditation. 

It was very calming and relaxing and the body scan seemed so complete, in so many details and I really enjoyed that. ~D.B.

Yoga Nidra was wonderful. I could get a little emotional and I’m feeling deeply touched. Being relaxed with what you can’t change is a nice thing for my control issues to help me just chill.  ~D.P.

I was noticing tension before we even acknowledged what things were causing us anxiety and worry. In Yoga Nidra, I had a sense of a nature-connected drawdown of the tension.  ~T.H.

Nov
8
Sun
Resilience and Morning Meditation @ Zoom
Nov 8 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Image by Angela C from Pixabay

Join The Resilient Activist for

Morning Meditation

Sundays 9 – 10 am CDT

On Zoom

These weekly practices are suitable for anyone – from new meditators to those with a deep and long-standing practice.

They will follow the format of daily meditations we offered during the COVID-19 shut-ins. This article will give you an idea of what to expect.

Support The Resilient Activist

Classes are offered at no charge. If you’re financially secure, a suggested donation of $15 per session will help us continue to provide programs like this one!


Register here for Zoom Meeting ID:

Image by silviarita from Pixabay
Nov
11
Wed
Yoga Nidra – Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief @ Zoom - register below for link
Nov 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Feeling the stress of the world around you?

Climate change, elections, social justice?

Join The Resilient Activist for a four-week donation-based series

Pre/Post-Election Stress Relief with Yoga Nidra

Four Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:15 pm Central Time on Zoom

Oct 21 – Nov 11, 2020

Register here:

What is Yoga Nidra?

If Yoga Nidra is new to you, and you’re not sure how it could help ease your stress and anxiety, give a listen to this short introduction.

What to bring:

Find a place near your computer or smartphone where you can recline – on a sofa, the floor, a recliner, and even your bed (although you probably will fall asleep if you’re in bed!) We will meet on Zoom so you need to be able to easily reach your digital device from where you set up for your meditation.

  • a pillow for under your head
  • a pillow or rolled towel for under your knees
  • a blanket or two
  • an eye cover – eye pillow or folded washcloth

Close the door and turn off the ringer on your phone before you begin.

What do participants have to say about The Resilient Activist’s Yoga Nidra?

This is the first time I feel like I’ve really been able to just let go of a lot of the things that are going on. Not just with my job but with the United States and the greater world. Thank you so much, it was just amazing. I look forward to sharing the recording with others – I know so many people who are really struggling right now and I think it will be a blessing.  ~A.M.

I thought that was outstanding!  I feel I am ready to go to bed and that’s kind of a big deal for me because I never feel relaxed before going to bed. I’m not usually an anxious person, but whenever I hit the pillow, I feel like a thousand thoughts come to me. This feels like such a blessing and I am so grateful for this meditation. 

It was very calming and relaxing and the body scan seemed so complete, in so many details and I really enjoyed that. ~D.B.

Yoga Nidra was wonderful. I could get a little emotional and I’m feeling deeply touched. Being relaxed with what you can’t change is a nice thing for my control issues to help me just chill.  ~D.P.

I was noticing tension before we even acknowledged what things were causing us anxiety and worry. In Yoga Nidra, I had a sense of a nature-connected drawdown of the tension.  ~T.H.