Yoga Nidra & Meditation
Yoga Nidra translated literally means the "sleep of the yogi" but Yoga Nidra is also the name of the goddess of the sleep state as depicted in classic Indian art. Yoga Nidra as a practice is a deep state of relaxed consciousness that allows you to experience your self (and other things) from a different perspective. It can be deeply healing and is blissfully rest inducing.
Yoga Nidra can help with trauma release, sleep issues, anxiety and stress but many practice it simply to access deep states of rest and relaxation. The best way to understand the landscape of Yoga Nidra is to encounter it for yourself. You are guided into this experience by my words with the aid of comfortable pillows and blankets, soothing sounds and calming scents. I will watch over you whilst you relax into the session. I am passionate about Yoga Nidra and aim to practice it myself daily. It is truly a beautiful element of yoga to delve into.
Speaking of altered states of consciousness, I am also passionate about meditation and I love to help others make progress in this area. One of the things that I have come to know through experience is that meditation often requires individualised approaches, particularly for beginners. There are an arsenal of different techniques and practices available to get you started. Meditation reaps so much benefit once you begin to practice it.
It's normal to find the idea of starting meditation daunting, but with help and practice, we can find a way to make it something that you look forward to and enjoy.
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