Yoga Nidra with Jessica Durivage

Please pre-register to get the Zoom link! xoxox Yoga Nidra is a practice of deep relaxation. It is said that 40 minutes of yoga nidra can be equivalent to 3 hours of sleep. When we utilize practices like yoga nidra that can support us in deeply restoring and relaxing we have more energy to be awake and aware during our lives. Upon waking from Yoga Nidra, you will feel refreshed and deeply connected to your wellspring of life source within. The reasons in this moment are countless. Yoga Nidra is a priceless gift for your nervous system. As a society, many of us live on the edge of "fight or flight". The practice of yoga nidra helps to soothe the frayed edges of a culture and lifestyles that are constantly demanding more of us. Yoga Nidra invites us into a deep remembering of who you are. We are welcomed back home into our bodies and into our essence. After practicing yoga nidra, you emerge from this sacred rest ready to step back into your life from a place tethered to soul. If you have trouble sleeping, practicing yoga nidra before bed can support your body to prepare for rest. In a world that thrives on fear and a faster and faster pace, yoga nidra is a radical act of self-care and self-love. To prepare for yoga nidra: - Create a Yoga Nidra Nest - A place where you can lay down and be in maximum comfort. - Find a quiet spot in your home- free of clutter. Make sure the room is a comfortable temperature. - Turn off all of your devices, cel phone, computers etc. - Let others in your home know that you need to remain undisturbed for at least 40 minutes. - Use a Yoga mat or Thai yoga for your practice. If the floor is not comfortable you can lay on your bed. - Cover your yoga mat with one or two blankets to make sure it is a comfy place to lay down. - Always add one more blanket thank you think you need. The body will get very heavy once it is relaxed. - Lie down in savasana- legs hips distance. apart, feet open to the sides and palms facing up with arms about 60 degree's from the body. - Cover yourself with a light blanket or rest inside of a sleeping bag liner. - Cover your eyes with a very light scarf or light eye pillow. - Put on some cozy socks. No one likes to have cold feet! - Place a bolster or rolled blanket under your knees to support your low back - Use a cervical pillow or small rolled blanket to support your neck. - Allow yourself to feel like you are lying on a throne of relaxation and ready to receive the healing power of Nidra Shakti!
  • May 5, 2020
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