iRest” based Yoga Nidra Meditation Sessions

NOTE: “Nidra” means “sleep” but the sessions are done wide-awake to consciously relax all layers of body-mind-spirit).
Perfect for anyone who is stressed or has trouble sleeping!

As an experienced Level II i-Rest Practitioner, enrolled in Level III Certification, Johanna offers private solo and group Yoga Nidra sessions based on Richard Miller’s in iRest Yoga Nidra or Inner Restoration to restore optimal well-being.

Yoga Nidra guided relaxation helps clients reduce emotional trauma, bodily pain and stress, relax more, and sleep better. You simply sit or lie down as Johanna soothingly guides you to focus first on your breath, then on physical sensations, onto emotional feelings and thoughts, and finally to the you in the background who witnesses all of the thoughts and energy passing through. The session can guide you to address whatever may be disturbing you and help you to achieve a feeling of peaceful well-being. (1 hour, $108)

Alea relaxed after Yoga Nidra

Easiest Yoga Ever!
You lie down and relax.
Johanna guides you through your
Body, breath, emotions and thoughts
Stress fades away; trauma is soothed
As you discover greater peace and joy.


About iRest

iRest Founder Richard Miller & Johanna share inner restoration meditation

Richard Miller and Johanna

“iRest Yoga Nidra has been developed over the past twenty-six years by Richard Miller, PhD, a clinical psychologist, author, researcher and yogic scholar, and is uniquely suitable for a Western audience. Extensive research has shown that iRest effectively supports the healing process across a broad range of populations. Currently, there are iRest programs in military hospitals across the U.S., as well as in correctional facilities, hospices, clinics, schools, and organizations supporting personal growth and well-being. In June of 2010, iRest was endorsed by the US Army Surgeon General and Defense Centers of Excellence as a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).” To learn how it works, visit www.irest.us  

Clients describe the effects of their Private Yoga Nidra sessions:
“My Yoga Nidra session was a wonderful way to slow down the chaotic, hectic speed of the day and find of place of space and rest.  It helped melt away feelings of compressed timelines and overwhelm, replacing them with a sense of expansiveness and capacity, where there is more than sufficient time available to be present for self and others.  A lovely timeout to re-center, re-vitalize and take back control of your own ship when the waves of life get a little choppy.” –Rita Reger

“Johanna, My Yoga Nidra dyad with you was very powerful in clarifying my next strides in the direction of my intentions for the upcoming stage of my life. Being in the incredible beauty of the Sedona area surely added to the magic. Thank you for opening your heart and skills to me.” –Pam Alsum

Anne Marie enjoys Yoga Nidra on the rocks

Private or Group iRest Sessions by Appointment — Call 928-282-9900
One-hour private session $108. Session for 2 is $60 each; for 3 is $40 each.

Yoga Nidra at Rachel’s Knoll

More About Richard Miller–
Founder of iRest Inner Restoration Meditation
Richard C. Miller, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, researcher, yogic scholar, and spiritual teacher who has devoted his life to integrating Western psychology and neuroscience with the ancient non-dual wisdom teachings of yoga, tantra, Advaita, Taoism, and Buddhism. Richard is founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute, co-founder of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and founding past president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology.

Author of iRest Meditation: Restorative Practices for Health, Healing and Well Being, The iRest Program for Healing PTSD, and Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga, Richard serves as a research consultant on the Integrative Restoration ˜ iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation protocol he’s developed – a modern adaptation of yogic meditation-researching its efficacy on health, healing, and well-being.

Grounded in over 25 research studies, the US Army Surgeon General and the Defense Centers of Excellence have recognized iRest as a Complimentary Alternative Program for healing chronic pain and PTSD, and restoring resiliency and well-being. iRest is making substantial contributions to the recovery of wounded veterans, and is now being taught in over 50 VA and Department of Defense sites in the US. Richard leads international trainings and meditation retreats on the integration of enlightened living into daily life. To find out more, visit www.irest.us

iRest Meditation: The Practice of Being at Home
iRest Meditation (Integrative Restoration) is a modern-day evidence-based, mind-body approach to health, healing, wholeness, and well-being. It is based on ancient transformative meditative practices, derived from the teachings of Kashmir Nondualism and Yoga Nidra (yoga = experiencing our interconnected wholeness with our self and the entire cosmos; nidra = no matter our changing states of consciousness).
iRest has been developed by Dr. Richard Miller over the past 46 years through observation, hands-on application, and research.

The iRest protocol teaches self-regulation skills for managing sensations, emotions, and cognitions, and physical and mental well-being. iRest is designed as a secular practice, that has been developed to be accessible to all populations, from children to adults, across issues ranging from the enhancement of well-being, to healing PTSD, chronic pain insomnia and chemical dependency. It is easy to learn, apply, and integrate into daily life and routines. There is also a certification process for training teachers. Visit www.irest.us

Johanna Mosca: As an experienced Level II practitioner, now enrolled in Level III Certification, Johanna Mosca is skilled in working one-on-one in individual Dyads as well as delivering Yoga Nidra Meditation sessions to groups. Contact her for a private solo or group session or sign up for a custom retreat–928-282-9900.

Johanna Leads Yoga Nidra at Eagle’s Nest in view of   Cathedral Rock Vortex at Red Rock State Park