YOGA NIDRA

YOGIC SLEEP

Yoga Nidra is a transformative wellness therapy that aims both to heal and restore the body and mind by attaining various levels of consciousness. It differs from traditional yoga practices but is similar to hypnosis and other mind-body healing techniques.  Nevertheless, this Yoga is equally important as it is undoubtedly used as an adjunct to Western forms of psychotherapy.

Yoga Nidra a woman relaxing in a session on the floor with an incense

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM A YOGA NIDRA SESSION?

This particular experience is performed lying down, and in addition, it does not require stretching or positions. For one thing, practising Yoga Nidra for 30 to 45 minutes is, in fact, equivalent to 4 hours of restful sleep.

For the reason above, it is a powerful session to connect both with your true nature and heighten awareness of your inner self. This practice provides even more benefits, such as cultivating mindfulness, improving mental clarity, and promoting overall wellness. 

Are you ready to experience the life-changing benefits of Yoga Nidra?

Immerse yourself in the numerous benefits of this type of Yoga. In essence, it is a gentle, simple and straightforward practice. On the one hand, it is about reducing stress and anxiety; on the other hand, it is about improving sleep quality and well-being. In brief: it is a journey towards a healthier and happier version of yourself.

Note: Individuals with severe depression, trauma, or mental health conditions should not practice Yoga Nidra without consulting their doctor.

What experience do I need?

There are no formal entry requirements; however, you are highly recommended to attend the 'Discover Yoga and Meditation' workshop to maximise the benefits of this session.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF YOGA NIDRA?

  1. Yoga Nidra enables access to delta brainwaves that are responsible for healing and restoring the body. In other words, its goal is to gain complete relaxation (1).
  2. This practice accesses the autonomic nervous system and activates the pineal gland, which controls our 24-hour internal clock (2).
  3. This form of meditation is associated with positive physiological changes, including improvements in several haematological variables, blood glucose levels, and hormonal status (3,4).
  4. Throughout history in spiritual and religious traditions, when the pineal gland is activated, it will lead you to a profound sense of spiritual connection, therefore experiencing an enhanced intuition and unlocking a deeper understanding of your life's purpose (5,6).
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