yoga nidra – slow & no


:: This practice is for you if you are feeling ::

-stuck or blocked
-like you can’t slow down
-angry, bitter or resentful
-like you cannot hear or tune into your inner no
-that you have a hard time saying no
-like others do not respect when you say no
-like you cannot trust yourself, those around you, or life itself

Use this practice to reprogram these deep unconscious stories, beliefs and programs to the remembrance that you are worthy of taking care of yourself, and that your no and your boundaries are valid. We do this at a subconscious level, in the body, in the nervous system, not a mental level, so this practice is incredibly effected at planting seeds of change that will start to permeate all levels of your life. Do this practice regularly, as much as you can carve out in your life. You will have such a greater capacity to be and love, and to move and co-create with life because of it.



:: About Yoga Nidra ::

Yoga Nidra is accessible to anyone. It is a guided meditation that is done laying on your back, supported and cozied up with pillows and blankets. Yoga Nidra means “sleep yoga”, however this is a practice of awakening. You will be guided through the 4 layers of your body (the koshas) – physical, subtle, mental/emotional, intuitive – and into a state of deep rest.  In this state of deep rest, with practice, your body will fall asleep while your mind remains alert. When the body is asleep, it allows us access to the subconscious mind, which is where all of our unconscious (meaning what we don’t know) stories, programs and beliefs are held. These are the programs that have been collected and stored from the moment of the spark of inception, those that drive how we view and experience the world and then therefore create our world. You may fall asleep during this practice and that is ok, the subconscious mind is still processing, however, continue this practice until you can stay awake and process it on the conscious level as well. Access to this yoga nidra practice comes with a short video with more information on yoga nidra and how to get yourself set up for the practice.


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