Rest, Restore, and Rise: Yoga Nidra Series for Beginners

Updated: Jan 25

Come together to nurture yourself with the profound practice of yoga Nidra, a sleep-based meditation that is accessible for all bodies and abilities. Rest is one of the most profound paths to supporting healing, your immune system and creativity. As part of this series you will have the opportunity to purchase plant medicine that will support your sleep from BIPOC-owned Wapato Island Farm. You will also receive optional weekly emails that offer additional practices to support your rest and well being between classes.

Timing, Format and Cost

Format: Livestream


Time: Mondays 7:00pm - 8:30pm PST

Dates:1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14


Cost: Recommended donation of $75. Please send by Venmo to @Rita-Jimenez-4




About Rita Jiménez

Rita Jiménez (she/her) is a Latina yoga teacher, second degree reiki practitioner and perpetual student. She is passionate about offering yoga Nidra and asana in English and Spanish. Her offerings are rooted in both trauma-informed training and her lived experiences. She has taught yoga with Street Yoga and Living Yoga in Portland, Oregon. Rita has been offering yoga and yoga Nidra online in Spanish to Latina community health workers during the pandemic. Rita received her 300 hour yoga teacher training with Bhakti Yoga Movement Center and is also a Daring to Rest Yoga Nidra Facilitator. She also offers one on one yoga Nidra experiences and reiki online. Rita lives in Oaxaca, Mexico.


About Jennifer Serna

Jennifer Rose Marie Serna is a Latina folk herbalist, mother, regenerative farmer, land activist, skill educator, and owner of Wapato Island Farm. Learning from her great abuelita, Grandma Mary, a Mexican yerbatera and family matriarch, Jennifer began her journey with plant wisdom, healing, and food as nourishment at a young age. She has been learning herbalism for most of her life, which has deepened and grown into a practice of curandera, ancestral healing, and folk tradition practices with food, medicine, and deep soul work.


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