Date: Jan 6, 2019
Time: 3pm – 4:30pm
Limited Space, Pre-registration Required @ the studio or ONLINE
Join Sheila for an afternoon of rich and intentional rest through the practice of Yoga Nidra.
The Holiday’s hold all of the “feels”. Joy, stress, sadness (when we are missing loved ones), excessiveness -Hello cheese plates, bubbly and socializing!…all of which can be intensely draining, both physically and emotionally.
We invite you to give yourself an afternoon of self- care which will include some slow nurturing movement, self- massage, aromatherapy and positive intention setting – (sankalpa). This workshop is designed to relax and renew you on every possible level. It’s a mini hibernation, a staycation, a much needed opportunity to turn inward, to allow your nervous systems to recover, to enable the immune system to recharge, and the fractured mind to quiet.
This workshop is suitable to all levels. Bring your friends/family members. Please wear warm clothes- pajamas optional…
Sheila Cullen is a Yoga Nidra instructor and teacher based in Toronto, Ontario. Her work explores the power of quiet in movement, yoga and meditation. She offers classes, workshops, retreats and teacher training in Toronto and around the world.
Sheila’s work integrates Eastern and Western approaches to healing, bridging ancient mysticism and modern neuroscience for healing and wellness. She has a background in both science and the arts, and also works as a respiratory therapist at a large urban trauma centre.
Sheila has been practicing, studying and teaching Yoga Nidra for over a 15 years, and has been living and practicing yoga for over 25 years. She holds a degree in Applied Science and Fine Arts and has studied Hatha, Yin, Restorative and Yoga Nidra extensively. Her teachers include Nischala Joy Devi (Yoga of the Heart: Cardiac and Cancer Care Yoga Nidra), Rod Stryker and Jennifer Reis.
From the depth of her own personal practice and study, Sheila creates a compassionate atmosphere that nourishes a sense of Belonging and Connection within the bodies, minds, hearts and spirits of her students.