Yoga Nidra is a simple meditation technique. It doesn't involve yoga poses but rather allows you to lie down or sit fully supported and simply listen to my voice as I guide you on a journey of relaxation.
This simple practice creates deep psychological and physical relaxation while mental functions remain functional and alert. It triggers the body's relaxation response so, as Yoga Nidra takes you out of fight-flight-freeze, it allows the body to function in a stress-free state, promoting deep relaxation and healing at deep levels.
All you need to do to experience this peace, relaxation, healing, and connection is rest and listen.
"Sandy's warmth, clarity, and presence were so helpful to me as she led me through Yoga Nidra practice. She embodied ease and non-judgment, which allowed me the freedom to feel a full range of emotions in the meditation. She was a supportive and caring guide." ~ Christine
"Thanks to her calm, steady voice and her soothing presence, Sandy provided a truly enjoyable guided meditation. I emerged both refreshed and relaxed with a deep sense of peace." ~ Anne
"This meditation is the thing that got me through this week. Just going back to that peaceful feeling got me through." ~ Sandy
"The rhythm and cadence was comforting" ~ Emma
"Ahhhh, peace." ~ Debbie
"That was amazing!" ~ Katherine
Yoga Nidra balances the nervous system and takes us out of fight or flight. It allows our bodies to function as they do during deep sleep cycles, repairing and restoring on many levels. The repair and restoration can impact and improve many issues we experience that impact our physical and mental health. Yoga Nidra may benefit:
Yoga Nidra is a simple, accessible program which can be done in a variety of settings. This, paired with participants' results, are fueling a growing trend. Yoga Nidra is being used in a wide variety of venues by many organizations such as: hospitals, hospices, businesses, military bases, veterans' clinics, chemical dependency centers, homeless shelters, Montessori schools, and Head Start programs.
Yoga Nidra is also being practiced in yoga studios; sometimes on its own and often at the end of a yoga session.
If you are interested in bringing Yoga Nidra to your business, practice, organization, or community, contact Sandy.