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Thu, 16 Nov


Virtual Event

Yoga Nidra with Linda Kantor

Feeling stressed or can't slow down? Join Linda for a deep rest and restoration yoga nidra practice.

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Yoga Nidra with Linda Kantor
Yoga Nidra with Linda Kantor

Time & Location

16 Nov 2023, 18:00 – 18:30 SAST

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About the event

Yoga nidra, otherwise known as yogic sleep, is a guided practice, practiced lying down, usually on your back, or in a seated position.

It allows you to access a deep sense of awareness and combines the capacity for present moment awareness, with deep relaxation. The practice invites you to explore the states of wakefulness, dreaming and deep sleep.

The beauty of this practice is that without effort, it allows us to access deep healing and meditative states, bringing us in touch with our true nature, that which is expansive, unified and whole. These states can open us up to new possibilities and allow us access to creativity, a more rested life, and joy.

Scientific Benefits of Yoga Nidra include:

Improved mood

Reduced anxiety

Improved ability to focus

Improved memory

Enhanced readiness - 60% more dopamine in the brain after a yoga nidra practice.

L inda Kantor

Linda is a Counselling Psychologist, Hypnotherapist and Yoga Teacher, based in Cape Town, South Africa. She is a partner and co-creator of the Inara platform. She has been deeply committed to bringing mindfulness-based interventions to the South African context and is certified through the University of Massachusetts Medical Centre in the USA. This work has taken her into a variety of settings, including corporate workshops, and community-based interventions, as well as programmes for health professionals and the public.

Linda teaches on the executive MBA programme at the Graduate School of Business, in Cape Town and also shares mindfulness practice in organisational spaces Her teaching encourages attitudes of compassion, non-violence, and collaboration in the workplace and influences leaders and the organisations they serve.

Her PhD looking at “Applications, Understandings and Perceived impact of mindfulness in the organisational context.” presented an understanding how mindfulness training might promote a way of dealing with the three Buddhist poisons of greed, hatred and delusion.

Linda is passionate about the practices of yoga, meditation and yoga nidra, and the value of slowing down and living from a more rested space. She is trained as a Daring to Rest facilitator and loves sharing this ancient and healing practice.


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    This ticket give you full access to the Yoga Nidra event with Linda, you´ll also receive a post event recording and post session introspection prompts.

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