Take your time and space away from any distractions.
Lay down on your yoga mat, or rug (or both) It is said not to practice Yoga Nidra on anything ‘too soft’ so preferably not a mattress or your bed.
“As is the mind so is the body,
As is the body so is the mind.”
We come to our practice of “Yoga Nidra” in the śavāsana posture (lying down) There is no right or wrong way, especially when you are starting out. Make yourself comfortable, use a blanket, cushion, eye pillow, you may wish to pop a bolster under your knees. Do what feels right for you. “The room should be neither hot nor cold, and there should be no breezes or drafts directed toward the body. Sight stimuli are eliminated by simply closing the eyes.”
I would be delighted to stay in touch and share with you further at home practices in yoga, meditation and more.
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I would love your feedback on adding in a new class date and time..
Some of you have been asking for another morning, an early morning (before work) or evening..
I have created this survey to be able to take to some of the community centres with availability… Let me know your thoughts!!