I have facilitated Yoga Nidra groups on and off for the last 12 years.
When I was teaching Stress Reduction courses at Bromley College of Further Education, Yoga Nidra proved to be the most popular technique available.
I also facilitate one-to-one sessions, which can be adapted to the specific needs of the individual.
Yoga Nidra, or “yogic sleep,” is a sleep-like state somewhat like the “twilight state” experienced between waking, dreaming, and sleeping. It is often employed to help reduce symptoms of stress such as insomnia as well as symptoms of chronic pain.
Yoga Nidra has its roots in ancient Tantric wisdom teachings as well as Hatha Yoga and forms a comprehensive approach to the experience of deep relaxation, intensive Self-inquiry, and profound meditation.
The practice of Yoga Nidra also allows us to carefully explore the nature of the conditioning of concepts and beliefs we’ve adopted to create our experience of the world around us.
During Yoga Nidra we investigate and have the opportunity to undo our most tightly-held core beliefs. Thus we can arrive at the experience deep inner peace, free from the filters of past conditioning.
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