Practicing Yoga Nidra allows you to experience a deep rest, instilling a sense of internal peace and leaving you feeling incredibly relaxed, present and rejuvenated. During this period of deep rest Yoga Nidra activates unconscious areas and re-connects you to inner abilities and potential.
Is Yoga Nidra a new fad?
Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) has a 5,000 year history; since 1960 the practice has been increasingly recommended for modern lifestyles. This profound but simple practice serves as a complementary tool in addressing escalating community health issues.
Do I have to balance in a yoga posture?
You lay down in a Yoga Nidra session; you will not exert any physical effort or perform any movements so don’t worry. Yoga Nidra is not the physical practice of yoga.
What is a typical session?
You lie down in your most comfortable position, relax and listen as a certified facilitator verbally leads you through a forty five minute body scan and visualization. Awake and relaxed, you are guided by the gentle sound of the facilitator’s voice, exploring your own thoughts and any physical sensations you may experience. Participants find the time goes by quickly.
Do I bring special equipment or clothing?
Come as you are whether in comfortable clothing or business attire.
Bring a thick yoga mat, two blankets, small pillow, bolster or rolled towel for comfort and a bottle of water.
Is one session enough?
After one session participants feel increased creativity, calmness and insomnia relief. Repeat clients report greater benefits. Yoga Nidra has a cumulative effect
Why the 5 star rating?
Participants report a change in their perceptions of themselves and the world. During this gentle state of awareness healing is accessed and you create your best self. Stories, conflict and misperceptions no longer interest you or benefit you. As a result, moving through life in a balanced state becomes the norm.
Yoga Nidra is scientifically validated among many test subjects including veterans and other trauma survivors.
Difficulty going to sleep
Unable to stay asleep
Tired upon waking