Nidra Tea Social

A tiny taste of Yoga Nidra & community

An infused afternoon of inspiration and self-care

Curious about the art of self-care? Join us in this donation based, community group that infuses the practice of iRest® Yoga Nidra with illuminating conversation. Enjoy great dialogue over tea and goodies and experience the best of learning through sharing.
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Sunday, May 5th, 2:15-3:30p

Suggested donation: $20. All are welcome. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. There is limited space so please register online through Yoga Sanctuary in advance.

Hosted by Yoga Sanctuary and Instructors

Heather Eschuk is a Vancouver, Canada Certified Yoga & Lifestyle Educator, and Healthcare Consultant. She has advanced studies in Classical Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga Systems, Yoga Therapy and iRest®Yoga Nidra. Helping her gain control of several auto-immune and chronic conditions she had been suffering with since childhood, Yoga has had a profound effect on Heather's health and well-being. Heather teaches with creative spontaneity, intuition and her from own "own genuine experience". Her classes are healing, cultivate self-understanding, and present moment holistic well-being.

Jeanette M. Honermann is a passionate and committed community builder. Her company, JMH Collaborative, offers a unique approach to creating and managing change through shared knowledge and mindful leadership practices. Life circumstances moved Jeanette to search for peace and well-being. She was led to iRest® Yoga Nidra (Integrative Restoration Yoga) through which she has found a deeper sense of awareness. Jeanette shares this insightful experience with other change leaders seeking clarity and focus for their business and their lives and anyone else curious enough to experience the present moment.

Both Heather and Jeanette have completed advanced training in iRest® Yoga Nidra (Integrative Restoration) with founder Richard C. Miller, PhD., a clinical psychologist, author, researcher and yogic scholar. Learn more about iRest® Yoga Nidra here

Students should bring a yoga mat, blanket, pillow, and journal....and a curious mind.