Yoga Nidra

With the help of a guide, the mind is encouraged to drift into the background, allowing the body to experience a deep state of rest. Experience this sleep-based, guided meditation experience.

Relaxation

The beauty of this practice is that one need not have experience with meditation whatsoever to drop into deeper states of consciousness. Here, in this space-between-spaces, a relaxed, yet alert state is achieved. Even if one feels that nothing is occurring, a sweet stirring has begun to take place, allowing a reunion between Self and Wholeness. Whether done in a class setting, at home, or even in the board room, one is bound to emerge feeling rested and empowered.

Relaxation
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The benefits of a regular yoga nidra practice abound, however, people commonly report the following: deeper, more restful sleep, increased mental clarity, increased physical stamina, feeling more confident and grounded, a notable decrease in stress and anxiety, and a decrease in muscular tension and/or pain.

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Eyes Closed

Yoga nidra is a sleep-based guided meditation technique originating more than two thousand years ago. With the help of a guide, one drops into deep brainwave states, allowing the wisdom of the body to take over and encourage deep restoration on many levels.