Yuletide Nidra with Theo

Thursday 14 December 2023 | 19:30-20:30 GMT

This December, we invite you to join Theo for a very special one-off treat...

I will be leading a yoga nidra session for Nourish online, to welcome us all into the holiday season.

Over the years, this has become one of my favourite times of year, as I have learned how to find its magic in my own way.

I have found that the trick of loving Yule in the Northern Hemisphere is to balance hearth and home with excitement and expeditions, and feasting and abundance with stillness and simplicity. It’s important to enjoy the cold darkness of the long nights, the damp and foggy days and the crisp bright moments of winter sun, but also to welcome the weather of our own inner landscape as it comes, and to know that this time of year can be a hard, even a harsh time for many of us. If we can find even small ways to slow down and cosy up, and know what a privilege that is, it can transform what can be a sad and anxious time of the year on occasion. So for this special session, I would love you to wear your cosiest socks and have a warm drink and maybe a tiny snack on standby. I’ll lead you through a nice long nidra on the theme of a wintry walk and warmth and light in the darkness, and then we’ll spend a little time together sharing a cuppa, along with our tiniest, most radiant joys and small regrets of the season.

Open to all – bring your pets and your loved ones if you can. And if you can’t make it live, we’ll send you the recording, which will also be available as a bonus on solstice night if you’re a subscriber to my Substack.

Contact theo@theowildcroft.com if you have any questions.


Standard ticket: £12

Community ticket: £10

About the facilitator

Dr Theo Wildcroft

is a yoga teacher, writer and scholar working for a more sustainable relationship between our many selves, the communities that hold us, and the world that nourishes us. She is currently registered with the IYN (RYT500) and Yoga Alliance (E-RYT® 500, YACEP®). Her research considers the democratization of yoga post-lineage, and the many different ways yoga communities are responding to concerns about safety in practice. She’s a lover of vulnerable people, of wild things and wild places, and of the simple miracle of life itself. Countless people have downloaded her yoga nidras, which are profound but gentle, take you on unexpected journeys, and are always spontaneously created. Drop in and listen for real.