All-levels • Beginner-friendly • Trauma-sensitive

Nidra Restorative (1.5 hour) – A tranquil series of restorative postures with gentle mindful movement, soothing breath work, and yoga nidra integrated throughout. Optional Ayurvedic head massage will be offered within spaces of stillness. Each month, we will cultivate one of the four Brahmaviharas (divine qualities of the Heart) to take with us into a peaceful night’s sleep. 

Location: In-studio at The Nidra Nest
Day/ Time: Sundays @ 7:00pm – 8:30pm (ET) 
 January 8th: Maitri (Loving-Kindness) *SOLD OUT*
February 5th: Karuna (Compassion) *SOLD OUT*
March 5th: Mudita (Appreciative Joy)
April 2nd: Upeksha (Equanimity)  
$30 CAD/ person

Register by e-transferring the appropriate amount to (within Canada) or PayPal (outside Canada), including the workshop name and date in the memo. The exact address will be e-mailed to you once processed.

Once workshops sell out, it will be indicated here. At that point, you may connect with me to get onto the waitlist.


Adaptive levels • Beginner-friendly • Trauma-sensitive
Individual, semi, and group privates offered at The Nidra Nest or online via Zoom

Therapeutic Yoga (40 minutes or 1 hour) Custom designed therapeutic yoga practices which may include a combination of mindful movements on a yoga mat and/ or chair, restorative postures, breath work, Ayurvedic head massage, meditation, and yoga nidra. Program plans available for home practice. 

Nidra Therapy (40 minutes) – Custom designed yoga nidra practices for nourishing your unique needs and intentions. Recordings available for home practice. 

40 minute sessions: $200 CAD/ four or $60 CAD/ single
1 hour sessions: $300 CAD/ four or $90 CAD/ single
Sessions are non-refundable and valid within four months of purchase.
Gift cards available.

I specialized in supporting folks experiencing insomnia, stress, anxiety, pain, fatigue, burnout, and chronic disease. Connect with me for a free 15-minute phone consultation or book a session today!

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Yoga is a complementary wellness tool; it may assist but not replace treatments and practices recommended by healthcare professionals. For help with clinical health concerns, first and foremost see a family physician or appropriate specialist. These include clinical psychologists, registered social workers, and registered psychotherapists for addressing mental health concerns, as traditional counselling modalities are outside my scope of practice. Rather, I offer training in yogic techniques that may synergistically support mental health within trauma-sensitive class environments. If you have more questions about this, please do not hesitate to reach out.