Healing Rest for All
Yoga Nidra is the antidote to the stress of life in today’s world. It is a zero effort practice of surrendering to all that is. Generally practiced lying down, yoga nidra takes you through a series of practices that bring you to a state of deep relaxation, allowing body and mind to restore. Yoga Nidra helps us to disengage from our thoughts and emotions and release patterns of anxiety and anger. It is a practice that is highly beneficial to improve sleep, release tension and reverse symptoms of trauma and exhaustion.
Yoga Nidra provides comfort and greater wellbeing for people going through health challenges and for women experiencing PMS. On a physical health level, practicing Yoga Nidra balances the body and supports the immune system. It’s a practice that helps you be more authentically present and to interact with more ease.
Heart opening meditations include a range of practices such as loving-kindness, self-compassion, sending heart energy and awakening joy. These meditations help us connect to our heart, the most powerful healing organ in the body. They focus on developing feelings of goodwill, kindness, and warmth towards others.
Regular practice has shown to reduce anger, depression, sadness, loneliness and anxiety and increase feelings of love, joy, connection, gratitude and hope. These practices help build resilience and empathy and improve relationships as you come back to living from a place of love.
Sound healing is a gentle and powerful way to reach places in the body that are otherwise impossible to get to. The vibration produced by singing bowls reaches deep levels of our mind as they interact with our brain and all the cells in our body. This creates a sense of awareness with deep relaxation.
When used therapeutically, sound healing has a large range of benefits such as releasing tension and reducing the hold of stress, pain, fatigue, fear and other difficult emotions. The vibration of singing bowls helps to bring us to a state that is optimal for self-awareness and healing.
We belong to nature yet most of us spend our days disconnected from the earth and plants. Being in nature helps to ground us, to connect to the bigger picture of life and to come back to our natural state of inner wellness.