Yin-Nidra

In this workshop we will experince the combination of two            deeply Restorative forms of yoga.

In the first half we will experience Yin Yoga  suitable for all levels of yoga practitioners, it provides a deep foundational opening for the muscles and connective tissues of the body in ways that more standard Asana approaches do not.  Robert's program  addresses the hips, spine, shoulders and limbs, in addition to invigorating and revitalizing the tendons and ligaments which help with range of motion. Postures are done from either seated or prone positions, and softly held for three minutes, allowing the entire body to relax and respond.

In the second half we will enjoy a full Yoga Nidra experience.             The pratice allows the mind to settle down beneath the mental noise that usually consumes our thoughts, providing an effortless disengagement from thinking as we enter the space between waking and sleeping.                                                                                          It works by creating a sleep based meditation using body, breath, and awareness techniques designed to disconnect us from the thinking mind and thus influencing Shifts in consciousness from that state.     Yoga Nidra can help to rebalance our relationship to pain, stressful situations,habits, and programing. Allowing the body to deeply restore itself. Combining the benefits of meditation, relaxation, and intention in a process that can create lasting Change, and that is available everyone.

Yin Yoga will help to settle the body and the Yoga Nidra will work to settle the mind - it's the PERFECT balance.

Qi Gong

As a Yoga educator I come to Qi Gong as an enthusiastic Student.

I approach and present this art from a yoga perspective.

Qi Gong has helped me to be more in touch with the flow of energy

in my own body, as well as an ineffable sense of peace that surrounds

the practice. I'm excited to share what I've learned with you.


Allowing for, Effortlessness, Conscious and Grounded,

Liquid-free flowing movements.

Our bodies know how to move, consider the freedom of

movement we experienced as children. We have often spent years

creating poor habits that can block our flow of energy. The practice

is very much aided when we release thinking and doing and tune

into feeling and being.


There are a total of 18 moves in this form.

We will always begin with Zhao (sunrise) and end with Hui (sunset)

The remaining 16 moves should be practiced in a random order every time you do the form.

A PDF file outlining the moves will be emailed to you upon registration


Dew Yoga 123 High Ridge Rd Stamford CT (203)-744-9642

Sunday October 27th 1:30 to 3pm


robert ortner Yoga Educator and Spiritual Entertainer 203-253-6904 Yoga@XL-12.com

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