Yoga Nidra Sundays: Yoga Nidra for Relaxation and Stress Relief with Carol Mermey

Enjoy a break from your daily routine to recharge with this guided meditative practice of deep relaxation that eases tension and fatigue, calms the nervous system, helps heal the body, and restores energy and well-being.

Yoga Nidra helps:
- Relieve stress and anxiety
- Cultivate an underlying sense of ease and well-being
- Develop resilience and clarity in the face of life's challenges
- Become more responsive and less reactive to what's happening in the world around us.

In this workshop, you'll:
- Learn centering and relaxation techniques
- Practice gentle asana stretches for joints and muscles
- Explore yoga breathing techniques
- Be guided through a complete Yoga Nidra practice.

Yoga Nidra is practiced in a comfortable lying or seated position. No prior experience needed - beginners welcome. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sep 23: Sun Sep 23 2018, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM -- TP
Oct 28: Sun Oct 28 2018, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM -- TP
Dec 2: Sun Dec 2 2018, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Single Workshop — $25.00
REGISTER Two Workshops — $40.00
REGISTER All Workshops — $60.00


Carol Mermey, RYT 500, MPH, iRest Yoga Nidra Level II and retired IT Project Manager, has been teaching yoga since 2004. She is certified in Dr. Loren Fishman's Method of Yoga for Osteoporosis and Baxter Bell's Yoga for Healthy Aging, and is a graduate of the Duke/Kripalu Integrative Yoga for Seniors Professional Training. Her carefully sequenced classes offer a welcoming environment and provide healthy alignment techniques for students to develop strength, flexibility, balance, as well as to reduce stress and promote a general sense of well-being and empowerment.

Carol is a graduate of the Willow Street Yoga Teacher Training Program at in Takoma Park, MD, trained in Anusara Yoga, and studies with Rod Stryker (ParaYoga). She offers trainings for yoga teachers and YTTs in Teaching Yoga to Seniors, provides yoga training to high school athletes, and offers yoga for pain management sessions at a health care facility. She encourages her students to find the right balance between ease and effort in their practice.

She can be reached at