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A method to relaxation. During a yoga nidra session the individual is brought into a state of consciousness between awake and asleep. Psychologists refer to this as the ‘hypnagogic’ state. The process involves what yoga refers to as ‘pratyahara’ or the withdrawal of senses from the external environment to the internal body, the breath, the consciousness, and the unconsciousness. Blue lights are used during the session to calm the nervous system and support deep relaxation while you are prepped and taken through the session.

Benefits of Yoga Nidra

focused attention, reduced stress and anxiety, relief from addictive behaviors, improved memory, more energy, restful sleep, improvement in respiratory function, reduced muscular, emotional, and mental tensions.

* Studies have shown yoga nidra to be healing to many health issues including hypertension, high cholesterol, stress related diseases, asthma, psychological disorders, and much more.