iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation supports psychological, physical and spiritual health, healing and awakening.
iRest is an accessible and easy to use meditation protocol that is both integrative and restorative. iRest enables you to heal unresolved issues and traumas. It aids practitioners in recognising their innate wholeness and underlying peace of mind that is always present amidst all changing circumstances in life.
Research has shown that iRest effectively supports health and healing across a broad range of populations, including those experiencing PTSD, chronic pain, sleep issues, high stress levels, depression, and anxiety.
Please find more information on all iRest workshops and trainings at the bottom of this page.
Developed over 30 years by Richard Miller PhD, iRest is a simple form of meditation designed for modern day living. Everyone needs a way to feel at ease when life gets challenging. iRest helps you tap into a place that is calm – even when life is not.
It is easy to learn, easy to do, and it can be done by anyone.
Some people use iRest to relax when life gets busy. Others use it to help heal from: serious trauma, stress, insomnia, depression, PTSD, chronic pain and chemical dependency.
Research shows iRest works. On top of that, iRest meditation helps to:
The best way to understand iRest is to experience it yourself.
This yoga nidra practise is so powerful and rich - a deep and loving self inquiry practice that completes the more active hatha practices.Astrid van Wesenbeeck Yoga Moves Teacher
This training for me was a valuable experience that feels like life changing. A great next step on my yoga path. It gave me a deeper understanding and feeling of the power of real relaxation. It helped me to deepen my own practice and my teaching of Yoga Nidra. It enabled me to feel new sensations and emotions that have to tell and learn me a lot. Now I start to feel what it really means to listen to my body.Marjolein van der Velden Yoga Moves Teacher
‘Welcome everything just as it is’, daar gaat iRest om. Ruimte voor alles wat er is. Zelfs het het niet willen verwelkomen is welkom. ‘Feel feel feel feel feel and then feel some more’Geertje student