Photo of Nikki Baker by David Newkirk

Photo of Nikki Baker by David Newkirk

Virtual Yoga Nidra Series

The Magic of Maya: Working Through Illusion

with Scott Moore

 6 classes: October 8-November 12

Sundays 12-1:15 pm Eastern, 11 am-12:15 pm Central, 10-11:15 am Mountain,

9-10:15 am Pacific

Attend the class from the comfort of your own home by using your computer, laptop, tablet, or smart phone

Want to attend but might miss a class? No worries! Each class will be recorded and archived in a library so you can listen and watch whenever it works for you.

6 weeks for $57

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Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a relaxing, guided meditation, where you lie down, close your eyes and listen as I guide you toward experiencing your utmost nature of Being. Yoga Nidra is the practice of experiencing yourself as Awareness. As you practice, your life will recalibrate toward a richer, deeper expression of you. The results of this course are life changing.

This Yoga Nidra experience will be hosted in the comfort of your own home via an online meeting place. It will be a live, unique class that you will experience with other practitioners all over the country and world. 



 Photo by Alex Adams

Photo by Alex Adams

Just some of the benefits of this course:

  • Reduction or elimination of stress
  • Profound relaxation
  • Greater understanding of Yoga Nidra
  • A deeper, richer, and more present life
  • Spiritual growth and understanding
  • Greater presence in relationships, work, and the community
  • Greater mental clarity
  • Clear sense of purpose
  • Better sleep
Once upon a time about 9 years ago, a life I believed to be mine fell to pieces. I was somewhat shattered. About then, I met Scott Moore and tried Yoga Nidra for the first time. Through his gentle guided meditation, I was surprised to find that I could hold joy and pain at the same time. Without that meditation, I would have been left grasping only shards of glass. Yoga Nidra did not take pain away, but it did give me joy back. I’m still growing my ability to hold the paradox. When I practice Nidra with Scott, I get a glimpse of my larger self, a joy-bringer and pain-bearer capable of witnessing my sweet mess of a life without judging it. I like the way this gives my smaller self at least an hour off. (I’m also very much in favor of doing Yoga in this state of blissful repose.) It gets easier and easier to remember how small I’m not. I’m forever grateful to Scott for helping me touch the hem of my unlimited nature. Thankfully he’s now offering Yoga Nidra all the way from Brooklyn! I just registered for his affordable 6 week series. If this simple practice beckons you or you just miss the sound of Scott’s voice, you might try this. It’s the easiest and most potent form of mediation I know.
— N. S.


 Art by Alex Grey

Art by Alex Grey

We will use these 6 classes to explore the topic of The Magic of Maya: Working Through Illusion. The Sanskrit term for illusion is Maya. Maya Koshas are the illusory bodies we falsely identify with such as body, energy, thoughts, beliefs, and contentment. We'll look at all the ways we identify in our egoic state with these Maya Kosha and how to actually leverage these egoic bodies asmechanisms to uncover our non-egoic True Self. 


Virtual Yoga Nidra

The Yoga Nidra classes will be similar to live classes except they will be hosted at an online meeting place. Prior to the meeting, you will receive an email with the link to join the group. You will simply click the button on the email and it will open up a window where you will see all the bright, shining faces of our group. You may use your computer, smartphone, or tablet to participate in the class. 



This series will contain six content-rich sessions. Each session will explore one ofYoga Nidra's primary elements called the Koshas. This course is perfect for both the expert and the beginner.

Class will last 75 minutes and will follow this format:

  • Welcome and short discussion
  • Gentle yoga and breathing practice
  • 25-30 minute Yoga Nidra Practice (recorded)
  • 10 minute Q&A  

Each class will be recorded and archived so you can go back and review, relisten and practice, or catch the session if you have to miss a week. You can keep the recordings as part of your Yoga Nidra library. 

 Photo by Alex Adams

Photo by Alex Adams



Registration closes October 7