Upcoming Courses

This guided yoga nidra practice invites you to consider the depths of your embodied subconscious

this practice invites deep dreaming and deep healing.

we will begin with 10 minutes of gentle movement, breathing and mindfulness

followed by a ~ 40 minute yoga nidra practice, incorporating techniques to ease the midbrain and release deep embodied tension, such as trauma, chronic pain and/or illness

the practice will end with a creative invitation to incorporate into your week, such as a writing prompt, creative practice, dream techniques or personal rituals

these sessions are informed by studies of yoga nidra, self-hypnosis, meditation, medicine, sleep science, and more

Hi, I’m Bára Hladik

I am an artist working with creativity, mindfulness and yoga nidra as a means to transform chronic pain, illness and trauma into creative expression.
Bára’s magical guidance has helped me make light of my unending body pain. Their meditations and moving soundscapes taught me to love the most armoured parts of myself and let go of everything. To feel the flame as it burns, to cherish the darkness, to honor every wrong turn as the chosen path of our warriorship—these teachings will forever remain with me thanks to her warm and beautiful heart.

Colene Curtis

Bara’s meditation sessions were the gentle landing space I needed at the end of a particularly stressful period in a challenging year. I felt so safe with their voice, visualization techniques, and sound choices to guide us. I was able to ground in my body, breath, and emotions in ways I wouldn’t have been able to access without their care. I hope many more people get the opportunity to be in Bara’s virtual presence. It’s an immersive and healing experience.

Kelly Cubbon

"A dream is a
mirror to the self"

My Story

I am an artist of Slavic, Jewish and Roma descent working with creativity, mindfulness and yoga nidra as a means to transform chronic pain, illness and trauma into creative expression.
My practice emerges from a decade of studying poetry, philosophy and social justice while also studying and healing my autoimmune diseases. Yoga nidra and meditation came to me as a way of surviving deep sickness and incited my study of Vedic, Buddhist and Taoist philosophy. I am now furthering my study in my training to become a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. These lessons have taught me the healing powers of the embodied subconscious and the transformative lessons of creativity. My sessions invite deep explorations of the self in order to transform on a cellular and subconscious level.

YOGA FOR EVERY BODY