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Experience the power of mindful healing at home.

At Doces Massage + Yoga, we believe that yoga is more than just poses.

Here you can find a holistic approach to your wellness needs through meditation and gentle movements, giving you techniques to relax and restore your body any time. These practices combine the power of breath to regulate the nervous system, gentle stretching to release tension, mindfulness to bring awareness to the present moment, and tools to help you rest. 

Yoga Nidra Audio
Gentle Flow + Yoga Nidra for Relaxation and Calm

Gentle Flow + Yoga Nidra for Relaxation and Calm

Stacey Doces, LMT, RYT doces massage + yoga Join me in this 30 minute gentle flow to help calm and relax the nervous system followed by 30 minute Yoga Nidra to find relaxation and calm. Be sure to listen to your body and always stay within your range of motion. If you need to adjust, add more supports, or move out of a position at anytime, please do what is best for you in that moment regardless of the instructions I am giving. **SUGGESTED PROPS** 2 pillows 2 yoga blocks 1 or 2 blankets 1 eye covering 1 yoga mat or soft and supported surface **YOGA NIDRA** Yoga Nidra practice begins at 27:15 The audio only version of the Yoga Nidra portion can be found here: Yoga Nidra (or Yogic Sleep) is the practice of finding rest in the space between wakefulness and sleep. It allows your mind to be alert while your body is in a deep state of relaxation. Yoga Nidra is practiced laying down in a comfortable position while being guided through a meditation. This Yoga Nidra meditation includes a full body scan. Although it is the goal of Yoga Nidra to stay awake throughout the practice, it is also likely that you will experience sleep while practicing. Don't worry! Even if you fall asleep, your subconscious mind still hears the meditation and you will benefit from the practice. With time and practice, you will be able to stay awake and alert. Be gentle with yourself. DISCLAIMER: Yoga Nidra is not suggested for anyone experiencing dissociative mental illness such as schizophrenia. If you have questions about whether Yoga Nidra is right for you, please contact your health care provider before practicing. **MUSIC** If you would like to listen to music during this practice, try this playlist with music by Fred Westra. Helpful Hint: You can listen to this playlist on YouTube by clicking on the link at the start of the video. A new tab will open with the playlist. Be sure to control the volume in each tab by clicking on the slide button next to the volume icon on the bottom of each video. Music Intro: 1 Wolf, 1 Wolf, 3 Wolf, 4 by Carbon Leaf Listen to this song and more on Spotify
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