Yoga Nidra is a verbally guided meditation exercise that can bring relief to insomnia, stress symptoms, anxiety, or various pain states. At the same time, it is a deeply relaxing journey into the layers of the body mind.

An all-encompassing Yoga Nidra practice is 30-45 minutes long and usually practiced lying down comfortably on the floor with different props.

The focus is on creating an intention, the feeling of inner well-being, breathing, body sensing, understanding the nature of thoughts, feelings, experiencing being and exploring different levels of consciousness. The practice I offer differs from traditional yoga nidra, for example, in that the instructor does not dictate ready-made images during the practice, instead the practitioner is able to choose what kind of things they may want to work with at any given moment. Trauma-sensitive approach is at the heart of my teachings.

Yogic Sleep is a form of guided meditation which can harmonize different levels of our being.​

The oldest texts that mention yoga nidra were found around 700 BC. Nidra translates to yogic sleep in Sanskrit. This refers to the state between sleep and wakefulness, which modern science calls the hypnagogic state. iRest comes from the words Integrative Restoration because its core purpose is deep relaxation. It is also classified as a form of meditation where we can consciously face our inner world and accept everything that rises to the surface in our body and mind at any given moment. By consciously welcoming thoughts, bodily feelings and emotions, there is a possibility to increase overall well being because it can lead to accepting and understanding ourselves more wholly.