Winter Solstice Celebration:Sound Immersion & Yoga Nidra- 12/20 at YogaSole — Brooklynian

Winter Solstice Celebration:Sound Immersion & Yoga Nidra- 12/20 at YogaSole

Dear Neighbors,

Come Welcome the Winter at YogaSole with one our Special Events or Workshops. From Gongs to New Year's Bells, we will be practicing at




Winter Solstice Celebration 

Sound Immersion & Yoga Nidra

Led by Oliana

Sunday, December 20th, 2015


Well Being Series 

Integrity, Body, Energy

Led by Miriam Wolf

Saturdays, January 9th-30th, 2016

Beginners Series 

Enjoy, Explore, Transform

Led by Evalena

Sundays, Jan. 17th-Feb. 7th, 2016

Community Celebration 

New Year's Day Celebration 2016

Led by Evalena & Merav

Meditation, Class, Party

Costa Rica 'Adventure' 2016 

Yoga & Nature Retreat

with Ariel & Evalena

March 12th- 19th, 2016


  • GongAlt2
    Dear Neighbors,
    The Winter Solstice Gong Bath is this Sunday 6pm. Register now, we are almost Full.
    Amazing sound artist Kara Allen will be bringing her Gong set to bathe us in it's healing vibrations.
    Hope to see you!
  • Dear Neighbors,
    "Yoga nidra or "yogic sleep" is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the "going-to-sleep" stage. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of (audio) instructions. This state of consciousness (yoga nidra) is different to meditation in which concentration on a single focus is required. In yoga nidra the practitioner remains in a state of light pratyahara with four of his senses internalised (withdrawn) and only the hearing still connects to the instructions. The yogic goal of both paths, deep relaxation (yoga nidra) and meditation are the same, a state called samadhi.
    Yoga nidra, lucid sleep, is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. In lucid dreaming, one is only (or mainly) cognizant of the dream environment, and has little or no awareness of one's actual environment.[1]
    The practice of yoga relaxation[clarification needed] has been found to reduce tension and anxiety. The autonomic symptoms of high anxiety such as headache, giddiness, chest pain, palpitations, sweating and abdominal pain respond well. It has been used to help soldiers from war cope with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In samādhi the mind becomes still."
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