PLAY WITH: lunge pulsations, myofascial release with a tennis ball, gekko, forward bends
EXPLORE: ways to release tension from the back line of your body
AWAKEN: balance in your natural circadian rhythms
Join Nicole as she shares her own personal evening practice ritual for a restful sleep. If you have tension building up in your body, it can affect your ability to sleep peacefully. Do this simple practice right before bedtime and then enjoy 7-9 hours of restful savasana in your cozy bed.
Props needed: one tennis ball
Nicole Walsh has been a driving force in the Sydney yoga community since she opened the doors of her first yoga studio in 2002. Over her 20 year teaching career, she has become one of Sydney’s most respected teachers.
Passionate about sharing the teaching journey with others, Nicole has been training and mentoring yoga teachers since 2006, instilling a heart-centered approach to teaching in all her trainees. Nicole guides her students via an embodied experience of yoga and meditation, translating yogic wisdom into practical skills for living, so that they may thrive in modern life. She is eternally grateful to her teachers Shiva Rea, Lorin Roche and Camille Maurine for their ongoing wisdom and support.
Nicole’s weekly classes offer an uplifting and progressive approach to Vinyasa Flow Yoga, infusing a dynamic combination of breath-inspired movement and creative, yet balanced and intelligent sequencing, with real-life down-to-earth wisdom. Nicole is a regular contributor to Australian Yoga Journal magazine, and her writing has also been featured in Wellbeing, UltraFit and Women’s Health Magazines. Nicole has taught at yoga events such as Wanderlust, Ignite Yoga Summit, Byron Spirit Festival, Sydney Spirit Retreat, Sydney Yoga Conference and Sydney Festival. She leads workshops, retreats and teacher trainings in Australia and overseas.