Yoga with Jessica & Jason Workshop and Event Information

Registration is required for all events and workshops

✨ There is a 24 hour cancellation policy for all events and workshops ✨

✨ In the event of the workshop being cancelled by Jessica & Jason, all registrations will be refunded

November 2022

Immerse yourself in a nourishing guided rest meditation, held in a soundscape of soothing live instruments

What is Nāda ?

Nada means ‘sound’ in Sanskrit, the ancient language of Yoga. To practice Nada Yoga means to use sound to stimulate and heal with the power of vibrational frequencies.

What is Nidra?

Nidra means ‘sleep’ in Sanskrit, the ancient language of Yoga. To practice Yoga Nidra means to use the power of conscious rest to restore and form reconnections within body & mind.


Sunday 20 November

12:00-1:30 pm


Balance Yoga Wellness and Education Centre

274 Dalhousie St Unit 103

Amherstburg, ON N9V 0E8

What to Expect & What to Bring

You can expect to learn a little bit about the theory of these practices, and then to be guided deeply into an immersive experience with sound and guided rest. Please dress comfortably and bring something to cover your eyes with as you rest. We’ll supply the rest!

Meet Your Guides

Hi! We are Jaylyn & Jessica and we love guiding people through nourishing, immersive experiences like Nada & Nidra! These practices have deeply transformed our own personal lives. We are now committed to sharing them with you with the most respect and care, in the hopes that they may have a positive effect on your life, too.

Jaylyn & Jessica have been friends and co-teachers for over 6 years. We’ve explored a range of practices and teachings together, and are now blending our love of the subtle (but powerful) forces of sound and relaxation to bring you this beautiful experience.

We hope to see you there!

Restore in Sound

Santosha Yoga Therapy Workshop and Event Information

There is a 48 hour cancellation policy for this workshop ✨

✨ Sanitized props are provided ✨

✨ Cell phones must be turned to airplane mode or off as a courtesy to others ✨

✨ We also ask that for this experience, silence upon entering the studio space be respected ✨

✨ No experience is required, dress comfortably, and bring some cozy socks for the ultimate in comfort ✨

"Everything in existence vibrates to a certain resonant frequency. Every part of our bodies, every thought and emotion all have an inherent sound. The practice of Nada Yoga is to fine tune these frequencies so that we can embody health and wholeness on all levels" (Le Jivamukti de Paris).

Sound and vibration have a profound impact on our well being, on our relationships, on our creativity... It allows us to become more in tune with ourselves, and therefore the beings and world all around us.

My dear friend Missi Chenier, E-RYT 200, YACEP, CYT-RYT250, IAYT (in progress) of Santosha Yoga Therapy and I have had such an amazing time co-teaching this offering.

Blending Nāda Yoga, the yoga of sound (Jessica), with Restorative Yoga (Missi), this practice allows you be transformed by the meditative vibration of the music in combination with the deeply relaxing practice of Restorative Yoga.

Nāda Yoga, the Yoga of Sound, involves deep listening. It uses pure sounds as a means of meditation. In many ways it is a paradoxical practice - both passive and active - meditative listening and receiving of sound and also actively moving sound through our bodies. This pilgrimage through the body and mind will be guided via sound and vibration. You will be immersed in a soundscape. I will play many instruments, including:

- Tibetan & Crystal Singing bowls

- Chimes and Tingshas

- Harmonium

- The Chakra Overtone Drum - The COD is a healing-musical instrument implemented on the research of Dr. Barbara Brennan, an American physicist, and pioneer in the field of energy healing. The COD is tuned to seven specific sound frequencies that resonate very accurately in the human energy centres - our chakras.

Restore in Sound will return to Santosha Yoga Therapy in 2023!