Open Session - Yoga Nidra - Highland Park

  • Sep 7, 2019 - May 23, 2020

  • Rebuild Recovery
    454 N. Avenue 56 #1, Los Angeles, CA 90042, United States


Relax deeply in a group practice of Yoga Nidra, the art of conscious deep relaxation.  In this class, you can reach new states of conscious awareness of both your physical and subtle energy body.  As the techniques are practiced, you can identify and release blockages to the flow of life energy. The end result is the healing of the body and mind,  the experience of the yoga nidra state of consciousness, and an increased capacity to manifest your deepest aspirations.   This class does not include physical hatha yoga poses.  Participants are guided through a 1-hour process of a deep stillness laying down, followed by reflections and teachings on the yoga nidra state of consciousness.  This is great for those who are experienced in meditation AND for those who struggle with meditation.  

Classes are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of every month, 10-11:30am at 454 N. Avenue 56 #1, Los Angeles, 90042. 

Dress comfortably.  Bring a yoga mat, pillow and blanket.  (If you forget something, don't worry.  We have extras!)

Venue Details
Rebuild Recovery
454 N. Avenue 56 #1, Los Angeles, CA 90042, United States
About the Instructor - Rita Burgos, Rebuild Recovery:\ "Whenever I do the practice, I access this deeply healing state of consciousness. I never knew I had this ability to reach such deep healing within me until I found yoga nidra. Whether it be reducing stress or supporting me to manifest my goals, yoga nidra has never failed me. Sharing yoga nidra and training other teachers isn't just a job. It's something I HAVE TO DO! I just can't keep it to myself! " --Rita Burgos Rita Burgos is a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialst and Classical Yoga Nidra Representative, receiving her training through the California College of Ayurveda. While she has studied a vast array of effective meditation techniques, deep relaxation and stress reduction practices, she made a commitment to share Classical Yoga Nidra with as many people as possible. She has found it to be the most accessible modality for many different types of individuals, promoting internal healing, trauma recovery, and opening doors to repattern lives so individuals can accomplish their most authentic and sincere goals. ‚Äč In addition to her work as an instructor and teacher trainer of Classical Yoga Nidra, Rita has a clinical practice in Ayurvedic medicine in Los Angeles, integrating holistic counseling, lifestyle changes, body therapies and herbs. In her clinical work, she also integrates years of work in trauma recovery as an Energy Healing Therapist and Body/Mind Counselor .