An introduction to iRest Yoga Nidra sleep meditation course 

An 8 week course covering the 10 steps of iRest.

Next course starts

7th June 2022

6 - 7:30pm

Free course taster

6 - 7:00pm 31st May

An introduction to iRest Yoga Nidra sleep meditation.

In this 8 week course we will cover the 10 steps of the iRest protocol.

Each week there will be a introductory settling meditation, teaching and shared experiences on one or two of the steps, some Q&A and a longer practice to finish. The room will stay open for further Q&A for those who may to share experiences or who have question after the practice.

The course includes a recording of each session, a 188 page work book (A key to freedom), a 90 page handbook (Waking up) and 23 tracks (5 hours) varying lengths of practices breaking down elements of the practice from short 2-3 mins to full length and medium length practices.

The cost is £125 all inclusive, with some bursary places available. The profits support our work in HMPPS sites, military veterans and people dealing with trauma and addiction. The course can be repeated by putting in a donation.


To request to attend a course
or join a taster

e mail Paul Collins on the link below. 
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We offer a weekly iRest meditation group via zoom.

These groups are available to anyone interested in exploring and developing an iRest practice or any form of meditation practice to help you deal with the stresses of daily life. It may be to deepen your recovery, to help integrate back into society or just build tools to deal with the ups and downs of life. 


There are different offerings with an 8-week course covering the 10 steps of iRest delivered as a 1-hour 30 min session each week so you can get do several practices and develop an understanding of the practice .

There are also weekly drop in sessions available in person in Brighton (when restrictions are lifted).

Bursary places are available for all courses and funds go towards helping to continue our work inside HMPPS sites.