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Wednesday Night Wind Down

Yoga and meditation for a more restful night's sleep

  • Ended
  • 24 US dollars
  • Online via Zoom

Service Description

Are you experiencing difficulty turning off your thoughts at bedtime or getting a restful night’s sleep with the stress of everything going on? Join Jaime Goldstein, Founder of North Texas Center for Mindfulness, for an online five week Wednesday Wind Down mindfulness and yoga series thoughtfully designed to help you get a more peaceful night’s sleep. You will receive the space before bedtime to calm your mind, soothe your nervous system, and release tension from your body. We will meet on Wednesday evenings via Zoom from 8:00pm-8:45pm CST the weeks of Nov. 4th through Nov. 25. Each session will include gentle yoga and guided mindful meditation. The first half of each session will include relaxing yoga poses that help promote sleep, and the second half will include guided mindful meditation to help quiet your mind for bed. The gentle yoga postures will be floor-based yoga postures with variations offered for comfort. Mindfulness, the practice of bringing your attention into the present moment, is an area where science meets self-care. Mindful meditation is shown through research to help with insomnia and promote better sleep. Offer yourself the gift of self-care and better sleep. Wednesday Wind Down Cost $24 (includes all four sessions) The Zoom meeting link will be sent upon registration Disclaimer Consult with your physician before starting any exercise program. When participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. If you engage in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, and assume all risk of injuries to yourself. You agree to release and discharge North Texas Center for Mindfulness from any and all claims of causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of yoga with North Texas Center for Mindfulness.

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