DANIELLE ADEE MORRIS
Danielle has been practicing yoga for over ten years, and credits her practice with helping get through a failed marriage and restaurant. Eager to learn more about yoga and share it with others, Danielle became a teacher with hopes of giving others tools to help heal depression, anxiety, and trauma in a natural way.
Danielle offers private lessons and teaches as a substitute for various locations and teachers. If you’re interested in scheduling a class or consultation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LifeForce Yoga® Practitioner
iRest® Level 1 Teacher in Training
“Yoga” means “yoke” or “unite” in Sanskrit, an ancient language. Yoga isn’t just gymnastics or crazy pretzel poses; yoga is a way of life that encompasses awareness of breath and practice of breathing techniques, living one’s life by certain covenants and beliefs, and meditation, in addition to asana (yoga poses). Danielle believes that all of these combined can help achieve unity of mind, body and spirit.
When people suffer trauma, no matter how great or small, the trauma is stored as a memory inside the tissues. By practicing yoga, one can create a mind-body connection, and be relieved of the dis-ease (or “disease”) that trauma can create in the body.
iRest yoga nidra can be a very effective meditation technique for healing trauma, relieving pain, reducing stress and better sleep, and it’s easy!
See below for a free sample iRest yoga nidra.
I hope to see you in the studio soon!
While I’m on maternity leave, enjoy a free recording of an iRest yoga nidra. Find a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down. Use props like blankets and pillows or bolsters to make yourself more comfortable. If you have an eye pillow, cover your eyes and enjoy!