iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation Class
Practice Meditation with Ease!

Healing Harmony's mission is to help people by inviting them to rediscover their wholeness and interconnectedness with life.


iRest® Yoga Nidra Meditation, Integrative Restoration, is a proven therapeutic relaxation technique that increases your ability to cope with the daily stress of life. It is a guided meditation that gives you tools to help you meet any circumstance in life with peace and balance.

Holding onto negative emotions and thoughts is the main cause of stress and suffering. iRest® supports you in finding the fundamental causes of your stress and teaching you tools to free this stress (physical, emotional, mental) so you can live a more balanced, happy healthy life!

Christie also teaches classes on the Mind/Body connection. These classes invite us to explore using the body's healing powers to transform our lives. She teaches using the body and breathe in harmony with the mind through simple techniques that can be used anywhere.

Christie Vallance is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and a certified iRest® Yoga Nidra Meditation Teacher. She has been trained by iRest founder, Dr. Richard Miller. She is also a student of Dr. Kim D'Eramo, author of the MindBody Tool Kit. Christie also studies with Erica Rock, author of The True You. Christie had early childhood trauma and developed Anxiety and Panic disorder. This led her on her path to healing and wholeness.  

Christie currently teaches Yoga and iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation classes at
Fusion Yoga Studio in Sacramento, California. These classes help students learn to welcome the continuous fluctuations in life. Christie integrates Yoga Nidra practices and philosophy into her yoga classes and workshops, using iRest Yoga Nidra with individuals in both private and group sessions. Christie also volunteers at the Sacramento VA where she works with combat veterans, active duty military and their spouses.

Christie's work has helped individuals successfully address a wide-range of issues, including anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), inter-personal conflict, sleep problems, grief, anger, chronic pain, and depression. The meditative steps to this practice are designed to release stress and tension, but it also leads students down a natural path to self discovery!

"People suffering from trauma or PTSD, have often lost their sense of connection with themselves and the world around them. During Yoga Nidra, we want to get them in touch, right away, with their deep desire for healing: for feeling reconnected to themselves." Richard Miller

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In every moment we begin again.
We accept and surrender.
As we deepen our understanding
and let our truth unfold, we pave the way
for healing and transformation.
Dr. Richard Miller

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