Pain and Total Yoga Nidra

10 December 2017

Sunday 10:00 – 18:00

with Nirlipta Tuli and Lucy Arnsby-Wilson

at Sitaram Studio, Tanglewood, Gunhouse Lane, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2DB 
 

How would it feel to let go of pain for a while?

This is a day to feel deeply relaxed, at levels which can be quiet profound and soothing, to be nourished, nurtured and to have the space mentally, physically, emotionally and energetically to let go of the tension, tightness, fatigue and holding onto itself that chronic pain can so often engender.

This day long workshop focuses not so much on pain itself but rather on ways of being with it that can be more sustainable and helpful. It is aimed at those for whom chronic pain is part of their lives. Because chronic pain can have so many causes and affect people differently the idiosyncracies of how pain is perceived and reacted to by individuals on the course is a focal part of the day. The core of the day is experiencing and utilising profoundly healing and restful Yoga Nidra to accommodate and deal with chronic pain in a  way which is suitable for the individual. Yoga Nidra can be most helpful in alleviating pain in that it allows both body and mind to rest, to relax and to let go for a time of the underlying pain. Ways of being with pain, without having to be with the discomfort it causes are also explored.

There will be much in the way of deep relaxation, rest and of letting go.

Experienced clinical psychologist Lucy Arnsby-Wilson who has been working in pain clinics in Glouster and Cheltenham for a while, and Total Yoga Nidra co-Founder, Nirlipta Tuli offer this day to give people the oppoutunity to relax and have some ease from their pain as well as having new strategies made available to them. 

There will be much in the way of Nidra, restorative propping, tasty organic vegan snacks, a delicious lunch, blazing wood burning fire, a walk in the adjacent fields, meadows and woods for those who wish it, and also time for questioning, absorption and reflection.

 

Cost and Booking

The cost of this one-day course is £87 (including lunch and all refreshments)
To book contact Sivani Mata on sivani@yoganidranetwork.org

 

photo of Nirlipta by Leticia Valverdes

Address: 

Sitaram Studio
Tanglewood, Gunhouse Lane
Stroud
Gloucestershire
GL5 2DB
United Kingdom

Teacher(s): 

Terms & Conditions: Transfers, Cancellations and Refunds

Once booked on to a course (and paid):

  • A course is transferable to a friend up to 48 hours before the course starts – you are welcome to transfer your place to a friend at no additional cost.

  • You are welcome to transfer onto another course (subject to availability) up to 30 days before the course you are currently booked on starts for an admin fee of 10% of the price of the original course or £20, whichever is the greater. Transfers can only be done to courses run in house by the Yoga Nidra Network (indicated in the Booking section of the course information – if not indicated the course is NOT run by the Yoga Nidra Network), if you want to transfer to a course hosted by a 3rd party you will need to cancel with the Yoga Nidra Network and prebook with them. Transfers within 30 days of the start date you are currently booked on to can only be done if we have someone to fill the space, at the time the transfer is requested. If there is noone to fill the space, then it will not be possible to transfer you.

  • You are welcome to cancel your place up to 30 days before the course starts, for a refund minus 20% of the course fee or £30, whichever is the greater. Cancellations within 30 days of the start date can only be done if we have someone to fill the space at the time the cancellation is requested. If there is noone to fill the space, then you will not receive a refund.

  • For courses run by a 3rd party host, please contact them directly for their terms and conditions, as they may vary to ours. 

  • The current Terms and Conditions apply at time of cancellation/transfer, when there there has been an update since time of booking.

Terms & Conditions, most recent revision 2 Jan 2018