Jul 13

welcome & namaste,

Today I have a quick Yoga Nidra recharge for you. Practicing Nidra regularly is so beneficial for your nervous system. You can think of it like rebooting your computer, or brushing your teeth every day. Consistency really makes a big impact in keeping the whole system healthy, clean and optimized! 

Let me know how you feel after this Yoga Nidra in the comments below! 

Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation that uses a systematic method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. This yogic sleep technique calms the nervous system and activate the parasympathetic (relaxation, rest & digest) response. In this yoga nidra guided meditation to relax you will be guided through a body scan to calm the nerves, a guided relaxation to reboot your whole nervous system.  

Let yourself relax and be guided into a deep state of effortless meditation. This meditation is designed to untangle and reduce stress and anxiety and calm the nerves over time. Consistency compounds! 


Did you know that I lead Online Yoga Nidra Teacher Trainings?  This work is the most powerful and transformative of everything that I put out there into the world. 


Ginny Carson

Past costa rica yoga retreat guest

"We attended a yoga retreat this past weekend with Ally. It was amazing! Our group had broad age range and skill level but everyone was fully engaged and enjoyed every minute of it. I can’t say enough about Ally. She is so positive, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Thanks Ally for a great retreat. Can’t wait to do it again!"


About the Author

Ally Boothroyd is a yoga educator and meditation teacher with a passion for yoga nidra and the healing power of conscious rest. She is the founder of Sarovara Yoga, a yoga space and women's retreat centre in Ontario, Canada. A sanctuary on the water where she fosters local community and supports health, personal growth, emotional resiliency, authenticity, awareness, and awakening. Ally also leads Retreats and Yoga Teacher Trainings in Nosara, Costa Rica

  • Gail Beare says:

    I practiced the 17 minute reboot at 8 this morning … Wonderful way to start the day. I felt energized to get started on my other morning practices and generally very positive about the coming day.

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