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*iRest Yoga Nidra Level 1 Woodstock, IL Training

 

iRest® Meditation For Veterans and Families

 

If you suffer from one or more of the following, we have mindfulness meditation programs and products designed for veterans to help you.

  • Chronic pain
  • PTSD
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Substance dependency
  • Other issues

Whether newly returning or years retired from military service, iRest® will help you:

  • Relax deeply
  • Sleep better
  • Lower stress and anxiety
  • Relieve pain
  • Handle thoughts and emotions
  • Respond appropriately to each life circumstance

Unique and easy:

  • Practice lying down or sitting comfortable.
  • Simply follow the words of the facilitator.

FREE: Join other veterans and their families at one of our on-going programs. (Read what others are saying)

 

If you’ve never experienced meditation, or are hesitant to try it:

  • This is your chance to experience guided meditation in a comfortable, non-threatening setting and see how it benefits you (link to audios).
  • This program was designed specifically for veterans.
  • See videos of how others like you have experienced iRest guided meditation.
  • You can experience iRest guided meditation in person at one of our introductory events and mindfulness programs for veterans, or via downloadable MP3s in the comfort of your own home.

Our on-going mindfulness meditation programs are open to  veterans and families. If location is a problem, download our CD and we’ll guide you in the comfort of your own home.

“iRest meditation makes me feel light again. I used to feel like this long ago. But then when the flashbacks would come, I silenced them with drugs and alcohol and darkness consumed my life, my wife, my kids, and my job. Sitting in this class a few weeks ago, I had the realization that choosing darkness was my choice. So, I said to myself, why can’t I choose light instead? Now when the feeling comes where I used to choose darkness, I sit down and I just do iRest. I feel like change is in my hands. Before I never had a tool of my own to deal with the flashbacks. Now I do.” Vietnam Vet