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Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra literally means “yogic sleep,” and it’s a technique in which one systematically pursues a high degree of relaxation.

What is yoga Nidra, how do you do yoga Nidra, where do you do yoga Nidra,

when do you do yoga Nidra?

To answer the above questions - It’s different than your normal sleep and savasana. It’s a mindful Nidra that changes the experience. Yoga Nidra is an ancient but little-known yogic practice that’s becoming increasingly popular as both a form of meditation and mind-body therapy. It is a systematic form of guided relaxation that typically is done for 35 to 40 minutes at a time.

Practitioners say that it often brings immediate physical benefits, such as reduced stress and better sleep, and that it has the potential to heal psychological wounds. It just leads you to a place where you experience a profound sense of joy and well-being.

Discover the Peaceful Practice of Yoga Nidra

It’s a deceptively simple practice. In Yoga Nidra, unlike traditional seated meditation, which is at times, challenging or intimidating for beginners, is very convenient to experience the oneness within. Yoga Nidra is most often taught lying down. Yet its various elements, taken together and practiced regularly, make up a sophisticated set of mind-body tools that let the practitioners sail through life’s harshest moments. It can also be the means of an accessible form of meditation for those seeking everyday well–being. Learning to observe and welcome all the sensations, emotions, and thoughts that arise in deep rest can lead a person to become less identified with the individual self.

Benefits of Yoga Nidra are neurological, skeletal-muscular relaxation, Spontaneous manifestation of our inner potential and our resources, cleansing of the subconscious and limiting memories, deep meditative states, expansion of altered states of mind, and integral harmonization.

Yoga Nidra, the difference it can make an impression it leaves on the subtle mind of practitioner can’t be expressed or explained. Please note it’s a restorative sequence, with better understanding have most meaningful and positive changes in you.

To experience the benefits of Yoga Nidra you need to travel with us into Yoga Nidra,

Who can join –

  1. Anyone and everyone, be student or housewives, be an office goer or businessperson

  2. Those who have too much mental or physical stress

  3. Those who emotionally need to unwind (passing through an emotionally distressed/uphill phase)

Pre-requisite to join

  • No experience or intellectual understanding is required, only the desire to relax and breathe.

  • Early dinner (stay empty stomach for previous 2 hours)

  • Be ready on time, with loose clothing, yoga mat, you may use towel, yoga pillow, normal pillow, eye pillow, eye mask, if required not essential

  • Please be in a room where you have zero disturbance

Cost and Booking

The cost is Rs.750 for a 60 minutes (virtual) session and Rs.450/- for 30 minutes. To book a one to one please email Hetal PLEASE PUT a 1:1 session and your name in the title of the email.

The options are available to book -

  1. YN for managing Anxiety and Feeling overwhelmed

  2. YN for insomnia/sleep problem

  3. YN for chronic pain

  4. YN for students

  5. YN for meaning and purpose in life

  6. YN for Mum to be / post-natal (during downtime being a mother)

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