Yoga Nidra

We were delighted to recently talk to Uma Dinsmore Tuli to discuss Yoga Nidra for community support, social justice and planetary healing on our podcast, From The Heart.

It’s a great listen and designed to inspire us all.

Uma was first introduced to yoga at the age of four by her mother and began meditating at nine on a pilgrimage with her maternal grandmother. Yoga and meditation have been part of her daily life ever since. As a naturally curious and enquiring yogini, she has engaged passionately and critically with a variety of quite different schools of yoga, most especially Satyananda Yoga and Iyengar Yoga. After completing the Yoga Biomedical Trust Diploma in Yoga Therapy in 1999,

Uma has continued to find the fully integrated approach of yoga therapy to be the most practical route to the healing power of yoga. She further trained in Structural Yoga Therapy and Ayervedic Yoga Therapy with Mukunda Stiles, and works as a Yoga Therapist with special expertise in women’s health.