iRest® (Integrative Restoration) Yoga Nidra Meditation
Integrative Restoration (iRest®) is a transformative practice derived from the ancient teachings of meditation that leads to psychological, physical and spiritual healing.
It has been developed from ancient Eastern traditions over the past forty years by Richard Miller, PhD, a clinical psychologist and is suitable for everyone.
The Protocol Is…
(1) Integrative in that it heals the various unresolved issues, traumas, and wounds that are present in the body, mind and senses.
(2) Restorative in that it aids its practitioners in recognising their underlying peace of mind that is always present amidst all the changing circumstances of life.
THE PRACTICE OF iRest®
NON DUAL MEDITATION
HAS 10 STEPS COVERING
PARTICIPANTS WHO ARE USING THE iRest® PROTOCOL REPORT:
iRest® NON-DUAL MEDITATION COURSE
8-week course via Zoom on a Tuesday evening 6 – 7:30 pm
Next course starts 20th February.
With a free course taster on Tuesday 13th February 6.00 – 7.00 pm.
In the 8 week course we cover the 10 steps of the iRest® protocol.
Each week there will be an introductory settling meditation, some teaching on one or two of the 10 steps, some Q&A and a longer practice to finish.
The room will stay open for a further Q&A, for those who wish to share their experiences or have questions after the practice.
The course includes…
PAYMENT AND BOOKING
The cost is £145 all inclusive or £75 for the recorded version and books.
The course can be repeated by putting in a donation to Thrive Inside CIC.
The profits support our work in HMPPS sites, military veterans and people dealing with trauma and addiction.
The iRest® protocol has been taught to thousands of individuals in classes, retreats and individual sessions throughout the world. Current research projects and programmes in development or currently in place utilizing iRest® include:
It is a practice that the US Army General approves of as a complimentary practice for healing PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and is used in over 70 military hospitals and active service settings.