Yoga Nidra Audio
Yoga Nidra Track 1 - Clarity & Focus (29:08)
Short deep relaxation to bring clarity & focus. Ideal whenever you need an energy boost.
Yoga Nidra Track 2 - Creativity & Harmony (35:30)
Leave work behind and unwind with this deep Yoga Nidra. Delve into the creative aspects of your personality and discover your true Self.
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What is Yoga Nidra?
Yoga Nidra is a simple, guided, deep relaxation done lying down. Often the favourite practice of yoga students, it is a powerful technique in which we learn to relax consciously. It has the power to develop memory, increase knowledge and creativity, cure diseases and transform the nature of the mind. It involves a systematic relaxation of all layers of being from physical to psychic. Yoga Nidra provides a blissful, soothing experience, in which the body sleeps, the mind rests and the consciousness remains awake and aware. So much so, that research has shown 1 hour of Yoga Nidra to be equivalent to 4 hours sleep!
When & how to practise Yoga Nidra
1. Yoga Nidra can be practised at any time as long as the stomach is empty. It is particularly useful when you have difficulty sleeping or are exhausted from a day at work. It should be practised after asana (postures) & pranayama (breath work), if you are exploring their benefits. If you meditate, you will find Yoga Nidra excellent preparation for achieving a meditative state.
2. Choose a quiet room and close the door. The room should be well ventilated, but not breezy, with soft lighting. Wear loose, comfortable clothing.
3. Make a resolve to stay awake and aware throughout the practice. A cool shower taken beforehand will help you to stay awake. Keep the hands and feet uncovered or raise one of your forearms, so that if you fall asleep your hand will drop and wake you up.
4. Lie down comfortably on the floor with a light covering and simply follow the instructions.
1. Yoga Nidra should not be practised when driving or whilst using machinery.
2. As Yoga Nidra is an introverting practice, those suffering from depression, or serious psychological conditions should seek advice from an experienced yoga teacher or medical practitioner before practising.