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Everyone could use a moment to just relax and drift away, and the Relax to the Max Podcast is your perfect destination. Subscribe today and get access to our unique and helpful meditations and music track to help you melt away into your own personal oasis only to emerge relaxed, refreshed and ready for action. Stop trying all of those gimmicks and start chilling out, with the Relax to the max podcast.
 
Lie down, lean back or listen-on-the go to powerful and deeply personal discussions on how women can feel well-rested and operate more from their full power. Karen Brody is your host and the author of Daring to Rest: Reclaim Your Power with Yoga Nidra Rest Meditation. This podcast is real talk on women’s health, wisdom and empowerment. You’ll also learn a lot about what rest really is and yoga nidra, a transformational sleep-based meditation technique that feels like the most supreme relaxat ...
 
Start the Day Right. And take it slow... The Slo Get Up podcasts are an eclectic selection of slow tracks-- jazz, acoustic folk, neo-soul, trip-hop, retro-soul, bossa nova, gospel acapella, fuzzy lo-fi rock, jazzy hip-hop, relaxectronica, and more -- designed to lift you into the day. Full playlists available at my Amalgamated Recordings blog www.amalrec.org. The Slo Get Up is exactly that. While good anytime, its designed for that moment in day when you're getting motivated but not revving ...
 
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Karen is talking to the Daring to Rest teacher trainers in our Daring to Rest Facilitator Training for Women about the impact of rest on women's lives, the practice of yoga nidra, why Daring to Rest's facilitator training is much more than a yoga nidra teacher training program, and how Daring to Rest is a unique approach to women's leadership. Whet…
 
In this episode, Karen is talking with Jeffrey Davis, the CEO of Tracking Wonder Consultancy. They talk about what is wonder? How and why it’s important to cultivate wonder. How do wonder and rest intersect? Why does gifting wonder ripple? How can we find the wonder between us in a divisive world? And they explore the Tracking Wonder framework outl…
 
Today's episode is on Motherline Exhaustion and how connecting with your body helps you break ancestral contracts, set rest boundaries and become a rested woman. Jenny Tryansky, a transformational coach, long-time Daring to Rest community member, and student in this summer's Daring to Rest in-body immersion, interviews Daring to Rest founder Karen …
 
In this episode, Karen talks about how rest and relaxation are different, the seven types of rest by Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, the concern we mostly focus on active forms of rest, and how rest tells us everything we need to know. Resources for this episode can be found here: https://daringtorest.com/podcast/58…
 
Drawing on the work of Maureen Murdock’s Heroine’s Journey, Daring to Rest founder Karen Brody discusses the connection between the practice of yoga nidra, the Daring to Rest method and the heroine’s journey, and why now more than ever we need to be on this journey.Karen Brody tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode of the Daring to Rest Podcast, Daring to Rest facilitators talk with Kimberly Ann Johnson about her new book, Call of the Wild, on healing the nervous system, trauma, and how women can gain resilience and heal. Many of the themes are ones we explore in our Daring to Rest community, and exactly why we embrace rest. Enjoy.…
 
In this episode of the Daring to Rest Podcast, Karen Brody talks with her twenty-two year old son, Jacob. She asks him every rest question she can think of to help moms craft a well-rested family life. You'll also hear an update from Jacob on navigating his learning differences in college while trying to stay rested. It's certainly not easy to rais…
 
Everyone could use a moment to just relax and drift away, and the Relax to the Max Podcast is your perfect destination. Subscribe today and get access to our unique and helpful meditations and music track to help you melt away into your own personal oasis only to emerge relaxed, refreshed and ready for action. Stop trying all of those gimmicks and …
 
In this short episode, Karen Brody talks about some of the rest boundaries that have made a huge difference in her life, she reads a recent note to the Daring to Rest community on rest boundaries, and she shares a simple way you can start creating rest boundaries. If you're not sleeping and you've tried all the sleep science and supplements out the…
 
In this episode of the Daring to Rest Podcast, Karen Brody speaks about rest and motherhood with Matilda Leyser, Jendayi Gantt and Lisa Black . They speak to the shame moms feel to rest, the struggle to get good sleep, and how to become less apologetic about practicing rest. They also discuss the importance of their yoga nidra meditation practice i…
 
On this short episode, Karen talks about the inner child-loving parent-adult dance, a common triple cloak of exhaustion many women carry. And she mentions her IN-body solution and an opportunity to join her for a professional training in 2021. To get on the waitlist for the Daring to Rest IN-Body professional training, go to this link.…
 
Tracee Stanley is a teacher of yoga nidra, meditation and self-inquiry practices and the author of the book, Radiant Rest: Yoga Nidra for Deep Relaxation and Awakened Clarity. In this episode, we dive into the practice of yoga nidra, how the messages we receive about rest present obstacles to lying down, and how to get rest when you don't have time…
 
In this episode, learn about renowned Jungian analyst Marion Woodman's dream work and experience a dream circle. Karen talks with Sil Reynolds, senior student of Marion Woodman. Sil shares about the 5 stages of a dream, archetypes in dreams, why dreams are important, how to explore your dreams and why Marion Woodman’s work is particularly accessibl…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth Lesser, co-founder of Omega Institute, speaks with Karen about how women have been defined in a certain, often subjugated, way because of many well-known origin stories, like Adam and Eve. Elizabeth passionately presents a plea for women to dig deep to tell new stories about the human experience. We talk about how these s…
 
Daring to Rest founder, Karen Brody, answers your questions! Listen to her thoughts on liminal dreaming, insomnia, chronic pain, aging, how to get teenagers, and younger kids, to sleep better, what to do to settle into yoga nidra meditation if you’re super stressed, self guided yoga nidra versus facilitator-led, and techniques to shield negative en…
 
Karen talks with Dr. Kamilah Majied about meditation as a journey to freedom, the practice of discomfort resilience, and how rest resources activism. Dr. Majied highlights how meditation conflated with stoicism separates us from the joy of meditation. Dr. Majied shares her thoughts on never ceasing to advocate for human lives, and how unrest can in…
 
A rest garden, permission to pause, soul rattle and play, paint and rest; these are some of the creative ways women in the Daring to Rest Academy Sisterhood 4, who I believe are the rest doulas we need in the world, are sharing yoga nidra since they completed the Daring to Rest yoga nidra facilitator training. In this episode, I talk with four wome…
 
In our society, menopausal women are pathologized. There is little dignity around the process, and there are no instructions for how to navigate the sometimes volatile transition. But in truth, menopause is an extraordinary rite of passage. An opportunity to reevaluate who we are and awaken to our true nature. Alexandra Pope is the cofounder of Red…
 
Yoga nidra is a powerful healing practice, and many practice nidras to navigate challenging situations. But what if we don’t have access to the audio for a guided meditation when we need it most? What can we do to guide ourselves through the practice (or specific parts of it) while we’re on a hike, at the acupuncturist, or in the MRI scanner? Beth …
 
Today’s conversation with Yoli Maya Yeh, an educator and healer working at the intersection of Indigenous Way, Healing Arts & Social Justice, is a conversation we had as part of the Daring to Rest Academy masterclass series. It felt too important a conversation to keep just for our Daring to Rest facilitators. Yoli shares with us her thoughts on th…
 
When I heard that Uma Dinsmore Tuli had created a campaign to eradicate the abuse of women in the yoga world I knew I wanted to talk about this topic, and the related theme of the decolonization of sleep and yoga. This is a dark truth that has existed for a long time. I’m a firm believer that whenever we meet the shadow the potential for change gro…
 
Women have our own inner calendar based on the menstrual cycle, and when we honor that cycle, we access our feminine power. But we simply can’t unlock that power if we don’t stop to rest when our body needs it. So, how might we use yoga nidra to hone our menstrual cycle awareness – and post menopause - and tap into our power as women? Barbara Dopfe…
 
In the menstrual cycle, we experience currents of expansion and contraction, activity and rest. Yet we’ve been living in a cultural paradigm built exclusively around expansion and activity (the via positiva). A cultural paradigm that has avoided the via negativa entirely—until now. Now that we have pushed ourselves into a global health crisis, many…
 
With much of the world under quarantine, I was wondering if today's episode with bestselling author Jennifer Louden, whose new book Why Bother comes out next week, would resonate with this moment of challenge and unpredictability. Why should we be talking about desire when everyone is focused on survival? Here’s why: because if you’re safe, in a st…
 
On today’s episode, Dr. Rubin Naiman gives us a rest-perspective on COVID-19 and the current pandemic that has forced people around the world to stay in their homes to prevent the spread of the virus. Is this a “call to rest” moment? Are we in a waking dream? And what’s the number one way we can build our immunity? (You may be surprised at his answ…
 
How many times have women stayed silent throughout history? What if rest was a remedy to help us speak up? On today’s episode, to celebrate International Women’s Day, I talk about how rest helps us reclaim our voices. I also recorded a special gift of rest for you with this episode...a nice, long nourishing yoga nidra meditation called "Deep Rest f…
 
How would you describe your relationship with your body? Many of us struggle with feelings of disconnection or shame, and we only allow ourselves pleasure in the form of reward for or recovery from hard work. What if we could not just make peace with our bodies, but learn to love them and trust their wisdom? What if we made pleasure a regular pract…
 
Envision that emoji on your smart phone where the person’s eyes are open wide, looking frantic. That was 71-year-old certified Daring to Rest facilitator Barbara without yoga nidra. After retirement she received a diagnosis of an auto immune disease. As a young teenager she was ill with golf-ball sized lymph glands and no one knew what the root cau…
 
Meet certified Daring to Rest facilitator Lotus Baker, mother of three girls. When Lotus’ daughter with multiple disabilities began to find her creativity, Lotus realized that she had put her own needs and desires aside for too long. “I had lost that connection to my inner voice that lit me up from within,” she shares. She found Daring to Rest at a…
 
Five years ago, her daughters almost all off to college, on the eve of being an empty nester, certified Daring to Rest facilitator Sheri Parr realized that she had so much unprocessed grief and she went on a quest to change her life. That’s when she found yoga nidra and was immediately hooked. But how would she stick with it? Through Daring to Rest…
 
How do you make yoga nidra permanent part of your life when you have been tired for as long as you can remember? That’s what certified Daring to Rest facilitator Gerda van der Lecq – Postma has done, despite raising children and a busy career. Bringing yoga nidra into her personal and professional life changed everything. The Daring to Rest Academy…
 
After significant people died in a three-year span, this is when certified Daring to Rest facilitator Marcela Iglesias found yoga, trained in it, and through yoga she found yoga nidra. “Resting on the ground, at the end of the nidra I started sobbing and didn’t know where it came from - I didn’t realize I needed to do that,” Marcela says. From then…
 
Today be prepared to have your heart open wider. In this 6-minute episode, certified Daring to Rest facilitator and magical mama, Jo Blackman, shares how yoga nidra has touched her life and why she now teaches it in New Zealand to mothers. Jo's poignant story speaks to one of my favorite benefits of practicing yoga nidra regularly: the power of pla…
 
On this month's Daring to Rest Podcast's Rest Stories series, certified Daring to Rest facilitator Michelle Wilson is in conversation with her husband, Jay, talking yoga nidra and her journey from worn out non-profit manager to a courageous woman Daring to Rest in a world, and especially her midwestern roots, that primarily applauds "hard workers" …
 
Ever feel like for as long as you can remember you’ve been tired? That’s Claire Garin’s story - tired her whole adult life. Three years ago, she completely changed her life from work in the mental health field that she thought was the root of her exhaustion. After experiencing a serious earthquake in Nepal, she returned home to France and quit her …
 
Meet Jaimee Roncone – certified Daring to Rest facilitator and owner of a Healing Tree Health and Wellness Center in Northampton, Massachusetts. Jaimee is a woman who wears many hats and spent a lifetime helping people live their best lives – but not herself. Ironically, she trained for years in many modalities to help others with a cancer diagnosi…
 
Meet Barbara Dopfer – a yoga teacher and almost-certified Daring to Rest facilitator in the south of Germany. In this eleven-minute episode, you’ll learn about Barbara’s love story with yoga nidra and why she now teaches it. Before teaching yoga and yoga nidra, Barbara was always in male-dominated professions: a landscape architect and even a stone…
 
In this first episode of our Rest Stories Series, Daring to Rest founder Karen Brody tells her worn out woman to well-rested woman story and why she decided she must teach the transformational sleep practice known as yoga nidra. It may seem ridiculous to teach people how to rest, but today more than ever - with inflammation causing physical illness…
 
From Slum Village to k.d. lang, and good stops in between. There are many 2019 electro-soul favorites here sprinkled with vintage pop classics and jazz-based film soundtrack music before closing out with a bit of twang. Eden (LES) from If Beale Street Could Talk soundtrack – Nicholas Britell || As We Come (To Be) – Young Disciples || Lovestained – …
 
It’s much easier to ignore the darker parts of ourselves—the wounds, the fears, the biases, the anxieties. Sloshing around in our inner territory is scary, but there is freedom in the truth. And the more we can talk about our shadows without getting defensive, the more we can accept our humanness and start to heal ourselves and the world around us.…
 
Do you struggle with the creative process? Get stuck in self-doubt? Or have trouble finding time to practice your craft? Writer Nicole Gulotta contends that the life of a creative is lived in seasons, and she believes that we can use these natural rhythms to enhance our creative work. And Nicole uses yoga nidra as a tool to bring ease to the writin…
 
My son Jacob had his first psychoeducational evaluation in the second grade. He scored in the 110th percentile in critical thinking, but his reading score was in the 2nd percentile. Jacob was diagnosed with dyslexia, a condition that makes it difficult for people to read quickly and automatically—but has no connection to their overall intelligence.…
 
Get ready to shake your yoga nidra pompoms! On this episode, Rest Sisters from the Daring to Rest Academy join me to share our key takeaways from The First International Yoga Nidra Conference. We discuss the theme of unity that pervaded the conference despite the different lineages of yoga nidra represented and reflect on what is a feminine approac…
 
Today on the Daring to Rest podcast I'm taking you inside the most recent tribe in the Daring to Rest Academy who just finished their Daring to Rest yoga nidra training a couple of months ago. I didn't realize it until we were all together, but each woman who shares her story on this episode have very different professional background and have jour…
 
As with yoga nidra, liminal dreaming requires us to surrender. To let go and drop into a space of deep relaxation. To have a conversation with the unconscious. So, what, exactly is liminal dreaming and when does it occur? And how can we develop a dream practice around it that supports creativity and problem-solving—and improves our overall wellbein…
 
We all have the innate capacity to heal from within. We also live in a world filled with toxins and other stressors that block that healing life energy. For those of us suffering from Lyme Disease or any other chronic illness, the key is to identify and treat the root cause of our health challenges and focus on the fundamentals—sleep, hydration, ex…
 
Are you trying to prove yourself through productivity? Are you addicted to being busy, somehow convinced that your worth is connected to how much you get done? What if you could tap into the natural rhythms that are already a part of you and achieve more—by doing less? Kate Northrup is a creative entrepreneur and bestselling author dedicated to hel…
 
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