Welcome Back to Season 2 Episode 1 of From The Heart with Dawn Lister and Daniel Groom.
In this episode we speak to Tracee Stanley, author of Radiant Rest and discuss the practice of Yoga and Yoga Nidra. We discuss how these practices give us an opportunity for self inquiry and how by being aware of the inner teacher we have opportunities to support ourselves and our communities.
Trigger Warning – we discuss systems of Abuse in Yoga in this podcast episode.
Tracee Stanley, founder of Empowered Life Circle shares teachings that are inspired by more than 20 years of study in the traditions of the Himalayan Masters and Sri Vidya Tantra. The focus of her teaching honours life as a ritual and she is devoted to yoga nidra, meditation, self-inquiry, nature as a teacher, and ancestor reverence. She is the creatrix of the Empowered Life Self-Inquiry Oracle Deck and host of Radiant Rest Podcast which celebrates the practices, teachers, and traditions that prioritize the rituals of rest, sacred dreaming, and self-care.
Tracee’s book Radiant Rest – Yoga Nidra for Deep Relaxation and Awakened Clarity published by Shambhala Publishing is now available where books are sold. Learn more at radiantrest.com, and traceeyoga.com.
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