Holiday Rescue Remedies: Self-Care Practices to Nourish and Sustain with Robin Carnes

Even if we are having fun, there can be just too much to do and too little time during the holidays. And for many of us, the holidays are a challenging time of being with or away from family. Don’t wait until you are drained – come in early and fill your cup!

In this workshop, we will move gently, breathe deeply, and enjoy a long iRest yoga nidra meditation practice – simple, good medicine for our mind/body/spirit. You will leave feeling grounded, refreshed, and ready for what’s next. Join us for this mini-retreat whether you are brand new to mindful practices or a seasoned practitioner.

In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sat, Dec 22, 2018: 12:30–3p in Takoma Park

Registration Options

REGISTER – $40.00


Robin Carnes is an Integrative Restoration (iRest®) instructor who worked for six years as part of a multi-disciplinary Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) treatment program at Walter Reed Medical Center and served as the lead instructor in the Department of Defense’s study of iRest Yoga Nidra for service members with PTSD. Her pioneering work using yoga and meditation to combat stress and trauma was honored by the Smithsonian Institution and has been featured in magazines and newspapers, including the Washington Post and Yoga Journal, as well as in the award-winning documentary Escape Fire: the Fight to Rescue America’s Healthcare. Robin is a co-founder of Warriors at Ease, a nationally-recognized non-profit that serves military communities with yoga and meditation. She is a Certified Yoga Therapist and a Senior iRest Teacher and Trainer. She lives in Silver Spring MD where she has a private yoga therapy practice.