Yoga Nidra meditation; the psychic sleep.
Yoga Nidra is a guided Meditation for ultimate relaxation and awareness to enter a deep state of consciousness.
Yoga Nidra is an ancient yogic practice, also known as psychic sleep. It creates a deep and profound state of relaxation and awareness simultaneously.
During the practice of Yoga Nidra the brain wave activity slows the alpha and theta waves inducing a deep state of relaxation, reducing anxiety, improving sleep, and promoting healing.
Yoga Nidra helps regenerate and repair the cells of your physical body. Yoga Nidra. Meditation for ultimate relaxation, awareness, and safely awaken your Kundalini.
Yoga Nidra meditation may be practiced by anyone, it does not require physical movements as asanas, or vinyasas. It can be done by people of all ages.
The practice of Yoga Nidra brings profound healing of body mind and spirit, it is a very ancient practice, it is time to introduce it to our everyday modern life and our meditation routine.
It is said that Yoga Nidra is as ancient as yoga itself, the perfect practice for our difficult modern times. During the Yoga Nidra practice, your breath creates vital force or Prana;
Prana moves through the body creating a powerful energy flow, to heal and relax you.
Yoga Nidra derives from two Sanskrit words: Yoga witch means union or one-pointed awareness. Nidra means sleep.
“Yoga Nidra is one of the aspects of the raja yoga of Patanjali called pratyahara, where the mind and mental awareness are dissociated from the sensory channels.” Swami Satyananda Saraswati
How to practice Yoga Nidra:
During Yoga Nidra guided meditation, you will lie down, your body is supported to increase relaxation as you follow the voice of the instructor. You may also practice yoga Nidra sitting on a comfortable chair.
Yoga Nidra derives from the tantras, it is a powerful relaxation, while you are aware of body and mind; you will use the breath; the prana, or vital force.
You will follow Sonia’s voice that will guide you for the duration of the meditation.