Join Rita for this nourishing 35-minute yoga nidra for our grieving hearts
In a moment with so much collective grief, in addition to personal grief that many of us carry, Rita has created this deeply personal offering to support rest and healing, as she grieves her mother’s recent death. The class will provide you with a nourishing 35-minute yoga nidra, where you can rest in an embodied space where to hold your grief. Grief can often present challenges for sleeping and rest. Yoga Nidra is a potent guided meditation that takes you through the brain wave states that happen during sleep. There will be time for optional journaling at the end of the class.
Processing grief is a layered journey. Rita encourages grieving folks to nurture ample support, such as a grief support group, spiritual practices, or other modalities for healing. Nidra is a powerful complement to these resources.
Beginners are warmly welcome.
*recording will be available to students until January 22*
Dates / Times / Format
Monday, December 11th
7:00pm - 7:35pm PST
Pay Rita directly through her Venmo account: @Rita-Jimenez-4
About Rita Jimenez
Rita Jimenez 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. In 2013 she started teaching yoga with two non-profits, first Street Yoga and later with Living Yoga, in Portland, Oregon. In 2020 she received her 300 hour yoga teacher training certification with Bhakti Yoga Movement Center. In 2021 Rita became a Daring to Rest Yoga Nidra Facilitator. During the pandemic she offered free online yoga nidra classes to Latina community health workers, creating a virtual community for her community to connect and heal. Rita now lives in Oaxaca, Mexico, where she paints, writes children’s books, and hikes with her dog Sorpresa. Learn more about her passion for yoga via her blog at http://yogawithrita.blogspot.com.