During Yoga Nidra, we let our awareness wander through the whole body. While doing so, we move through different stages of consciousness just as in sleep: We shift between the waking state, dream state, and finally to deep, dreamless sleep. It creates deep relaxation for health, mental peace, and higher awareness and has been quoted
Yoga Nidra, or “yogic sleep,” is a powerful experience of progressively relaxing and restoring our whole bodymind, that then naturally opens us to accessing our intuition, unconditional joy, and deep peace. The Yoga Nidra process also makes it possible to clear out habits that no longer serve us and bring about positive and durable changes.
This is a brief summary, taken from my notes of my specialised 5 week neurobiology informed yin yoga therapy programme. There are a variety of practices and hands on approaches that will support the release of chronic stress and/or trauma, my programme aims to give an introduction to how we can use Yin Yoga, Yoga
Winter is the season of stillness and rest, we can use this time to withdraw and go within, to delve deep into own inner worlds, to name our dreams and give birth to our visions. In the stillness of introspection, we can reflect on the past year before beginning anew in the next. In taking stock of our lives, we can identify
Our nervous and energy systems are under a constant barrage of stress and triggers which drain us, lead to sub optimal health and rob us of vitality. It might be an accident, illness, past trauma, something that just feels stuck and you are ready to let go of, leave behind. Wherever your starting point, we enjoy