Yoga Teaching Schedule in Chicago

Wednesdays
5-5:30pm, Yoga Nidra @ Nature Yoga, 2021 W. Division St. 

Fridays
12-1pm. Vinyasa Level 1-2 @ First Ascent, 2059 W. Grand Ave.

Please check the studio websites for when I sub other classes. I also teach private clients, workshops, and a variety of classes at East Bank Club to members.

2019 Workshop, Teacher Training, and Retreat Schedule

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Restorative Yoga Nidra
Restore your vitality, refine your will power, and rest into You by practicing restorative yoga and yoga nidra in this hour long class. Yoga nidra, or yoga sleep, is intended to bring the mind into deeper states of Being, with relaxation and healing as added benefits. Combining both practices is deeply relaxing and transformative. No experience necessary.

Feb 8, March 8, 6-7pm
yogaview
2211 N. Elston Ave.
Chicago, IL.

Feb 24, 6-7pm
Nature Yoga
2021 W. Division St.
Chicago, IL

Learn to Teach Guided Relaxation: The Art of Yoga Nidra

March 22-24, 2019
yogaview
2211 N. Elston Ave.
Chicago, IL

Learn to safely and confidently teach guided relaxation, yoga nidra. Yoga nidra is Sanskrit for “yogic sleep”, a powerfully healing and transformational technique from the Tantra Yoga tradition usually practiced laying on the back. The practitioner is lead, or leads themself, into deeper states of relaxation by quieting the nervous system, systematically. Yoga nidra is safe for all practitioners, is a tool for deeper self-awareness, and is used to relieve symptoms of PTSD in clinical studies.

Yoga nidra can be taught as a stand alone practice or as part of a complete practice. Bring this powerful technique of deep relaxation to your clients and yoga students for an enriching experience. Teaching, counseling, healing, or working therapeutically with clients is strongly suggested to take this workshop. 

Expect to practice at least four different systems of yoga nidra that include iRest, the Himalayan system, and Bihar School nidra from Swami Satyananda Saraswati. There is a slideshow lecture explaining the history of yoga nidra, its intention, an explanation of how it works, its physical and subtle body effects, and the different components of a yoga nidra practice, including sankalpa. You will receive scripts and practice teaching in this nurturing, safe environment. Deep dive into yoga nidra through the refinement of teaching techniques and methodology.

Practice yoga nidra with Mia here.

CE credit available. You must commit to the full weekend, single day attendance is not permitted. Required reading is “Yoga Nidra” by Swami Satyananda Saraswati; bring your book and you will receive a PDF at the training. Expect minimal movement.

Register here.

 

Learn to Teach Guided Relaxation: The Art of Yoga Nidra

Sept 21, Saturday: 2-6:30pm, Sept 22, Sunday: 3:30-7pm
Sept 28, Saturday: 2-6:30pm, Sept 29, Sunday: 3:30-7pm
Nature Yoga
2021 W. Division St.
Chicago, IL

Learn to safely and confidently teach guided relaxation, yoga nidra. Yoga nidra is Sanskrit for “yogic sleep”, a powerfully healing and transformational technique from the Tantra Yoga tradition usually practiced laying on the back. The practitioner is lead, or leads themself, into deeper states of relaxation by quieting the nervous system, systematically. Yoga nidra is safe for all practitioners, is a tool for deeper self-awareness, and is used to relieve symptoms of PTSD in clinical studies.

Yoga nidra can be taught as a stand alone practice or as part of a complete practice. Bring this powerful technique of deep relaxation to your clients and yoga students for an enriching experience. Teaching, counseling, healing, or working therapeutically with clients is strongly suggested to take this workshop. 

Expect to practice at least four different systems of yoga nidra that include iRest, the Himalayan system, and Bihar School nidra from Swami Satyananda Saraswati. There is a slideshow lecture explaining the history of yoga nidra, its intention, an explanation of how it works, its physical and subtle body effects, and the different components of a yoga nidra practice, including sankalpa. You will receive scripts and practice teaching in this nurturing, safe environment. Deep dive into yoga nidra through the refinement of teaching techniques and methodology.

Practice yoga nidra with Mia here.

CE credit available. You must commit to all four days, single day attendance is not permitted. Required reading is “Yoga Nidra” by Swami Satyananda Saraswati; bring your book and you will receive a PDF at the training. Expect minimal movement. Bring food and drink to sustain yourself during the training; there will be 15 minute breaks each day.

 

Mia is passionate about teaching workshops and trainings: Yoga Nidra Teacher Training, Subtle Body Sequencing, Sankalpa: New Year Resolutions the Yogis Way, Intro to Tantra, Tantra Hatha Yoga, Tantra Vinyasa, Intro to Mantra and Mantra, Intro to Meditation and Meditation, Intro to Pranayama and Pranayama, The Prana Vayus, How to Develop a Self-Practice, Assisted Self Practice, and yes, more! Mia loves teaching yoga.