WELCOME & NAMASTE,
This Yoga Nidra Grounding Relaxation Full Body Scan is like a massage for the central nervous system.
In this 30 Minute Yoga Nidra, I will guide you through a relaxation and visualization for the element of earth (prithvi), the muladhara (root/base chakra), and vata dosha elevation (wind/air element elevation).
A gentle forest visualization will calm, ground and balance vata, sooth anxiety, nourish the anna maya kosha (physical body) and invigorate muladhara chakra.
Yoga Nidra is a form of meditation that helps with insomnia, anxiety, stress, adrenal fatigue, ptsd and so much more. This scan takes you through the whole body, systematically relaxing every part of your being.
Yoga Nidra translates as psychic sleep and is a systematic method of inducing physical, mental and emotional relaxation, while maintaining awareness at deeper levels.
Close your eyes and allow yourself to be guided into deep relaxation. Allow the Nidra to bring amazing clarity of mind, calmness and stillness. It is one of the deepest forms of meditation leading to supreme quietness and insight.
The depth of Yoga Nidra is far beyond just relaxation. During the practice, you leave your waking state and the body goes into deep sleep state, yet yoga can remain awake and aware in the mind.
Scientific research has demonstrated that restorative power of just one hour of Yoga Nidra is equal to 4 hours or more of deep and healthy sleep. Tension and anxiety melt away with a profound experience of muscular, mental and emotional relaxation.
In Yoga Nidra we can embody a state of receptivity and creativity. Over time and practice, it becomes blissfully rejuvenating and restorative and taps into an inner calm and a state of ease and relaxation effortlessly.
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