How to embody the art of Effort and Surrender

January 31 – March 21, 2021


~ Do you want to better regulate your nervous systems?
~ Do you need to relax and restore your mind and heart?
~ Are you ready to gain more insight and clarity in your way of being in the world?

With Marin McCue

January 31 to March 21, 2021

8 Sunday Zoom Calls at 11:00 AM MST

This program offers a sequential step-by-step, phase-by-phase exploration of the Yoga Nidra practice, and includes information and experiences in pranayama with guidance to build a daily routine of tracking your nervous system and regulating with breath and various safety signals. You will receive detailed instruction into how your nervous system works and the simple practices for taking control back or elevating your sense of control in your life.

Yoga Nidra is a unique tool and practice of restoration and redirection. It teaches us how to dive deep into the subconscious system and change beliefs, habits and programs simply through the practice of feeling more, being with yourself, noticing reaction and changing the story of fear and protection into one of allowing, expanding and healing.
Each week you will get access to a new module with information on the stage of the practice we are exploring, as we build a personalized template of discovery from intention, goals, limiting beliefs, and self-empowerment.
You will also get access to a video recording of each module as a slide-deck presentation, self-inquiry questions to supplement your practice, a breathwork technique to practice daily, and 1-3 meditation or yoga nidra recordings that guides you deep into your subconscious to uncover the jewels of wisdom needed as we venture into the vast terrain of your mind and body.

“Yoga Nidra may be even more beneficial than sleep for creating change as it involves both deep rest and focus simultaneously. When you have alertness and focus, acetylcholine and adrenaline mark those synapses for change. In deep rest the change takes place. Most amount of concentration followed by the most amount of restoration. A sense of urgency increases the degree of plasticity.”

– Andrew Huberman


“Your brain’s ability to sample what’s out there (sensory sampling) is yolked to your heart rate.”
To be a conscious communicator with yourself, others and the world around you, requires a level of awareness that ensures you are grounded and receiving rhythmic breaths and curating harmony within your own body, otherwise you are more likely to be viewing the present moment through the lens of the past and the congealed stories in your psyche. In harmony, you will have space to listen, to ask more questions, to show love and support, to avoid being stuck in assumptions or judgments, and to notice the unconscious reactions without feeding them and assigning story to them. Ultimately, a sense of harmony allows us to choose love over fear, or to be the cause of what you desire rather than living in the aftermath of effect.


Contact Marin
Inspired Yoga Institute