For Deep Rest and Transformation
This 4 week course is available in the Anahata Studio and online, it will provide you with an opportunity to develop and explore a regular Yoga Nidra practice in a supportive and nurturing environment.
£80 for the course and unlimited access to the recordings.
We have 2 concession spaces available, please contact email@example.com to apply.
Yoga Nidra can be hugely beneficial for people who have experienced Stress/Anxiety/ PTSD or Depression. However, if you have conditions such as Psychosis, Schizophrenia or Personality Disorders please do contact firstname.lastname@example.org and Daniel will have a chat with you to ensure this is the right course for you.
What Happens During the Course?
Each session will offer some simple yet specific Asana (Postures), Breathing techniques (Pranayama) Mudras, Meditations and Mantras which will balance our nervous systems and prepare us for 4 very unique Yoga Nidra practices. The specific practices will be focused on different parts of the human experience.
- Our Physical Self (Week 1)
- Our Energetic Self (Week 2)
- Our Mental / Emotional Self (Week 3)
- Our Intuition / Our relationship to inner peace and happiness (Week 4)
Whether you are attending in the studio or online, live or some other convenient time the practice sessions will be recorded so you can listen as often as you wish. As part of the development, you will be asked to listen to the recording during the week and keep a simple journal of the practices and experiences you are having. There will be time to discuss experiences and ask questions within the considered group setting.
About Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra is a supportive meditation which translates to mean ‘yogic sleep’, it is the perfect antidote to the busy and stress-filled lives we lead. This practice has the ability to help manage pain, improve sleep, lower anxiety/stress levels and invite a powerful, welcome state of deep rest.The guided practice includes focused attention of the physical body, breath awareness, and connection with your thoughts, emotion and creative potential of your mind.
During the practice the thinking mind is kept occupied as the body is able to deeply and profoundly rest. The result is a calmed nervous system, a feeling of rejuvenation and profound stillness.
Yoga Nidra, practiced regularly, can be a perfect place to reflect and invite an opening for deep change.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
He sees Yoga Nidra as a profoundly supportive and transformative tool which has helped abundantly in his personal and professional life.
Please note that due to GDPR, if your MindBody account is set to opt out of Reminders and schedule changes, or you have not yet paid for the event, you will not receive confirmation of your booking.
You can view the cancellation policies on our website: anahatayogacentre.com/terms