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Rest is Revolutionary: Tracee Stanley

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Kicking off this season is the powerful Tracee Stanley, yoga teacher, author and who’s new book Radiant Rest: Yoga Nidra for Deep Relaxation & Awakened Clarity, has been a lifeline for me in the last couple months.

In the book, Tracee says that rest is our birthright, and when we are able to embrace that - we begin to see how we have been asleep in our lives. It is an essential practice in a moment when dominant culture is telling us to get back to normal and perform being woke. We practice rest so that we can remain awake - awake to the reality of our interdependence and collective survival.

Connect with Tracee Stanley

Visit her website

Follow her on Instagram at @tracee_stanley

Buy her book, Radiant Rest: Yoga Nidra for Deep Relaxation & Awakened Clarity

If this episode resonates with you, we’d love for you to take a screenshot and tag us on Instagram stories @ctznwell, @kkellyyoga and @tracee_stanley

Join CTZNWELL on Patreon

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