I am so grateful to be able to attend further yoga training. I will be studying at the Amrit Institute learning the Amrit method of yoga nidra.
The studio will be closed while I am away from March 12-23, 2015. Classes and appointments will resume on Mar.24/15. Blessings, Karen
Free yourself from limitations of the past, stress about the present and worries about the future. Picture a life of relaxed acceptance and fulfillment.
Yoga Nidra is one of the most effective and least explored techniques for unleashing the power of your deep unconscious. The literal translation of Nidra is sleep. However, Yoga Nidra is a dynamic state, not the unconscious sleep of nighttime. For while ordinary sleep can renew the body and refresh the mind, Yoga Nidra has the ability to alter your unconscious programming.
The Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra requires neither years of practice nor intellectual understanding to access its power. All that is required is a focus of attention and an abiding trust in the process of revelation through direct experience. It is a unique combination of alert awareness and deep relaxation.
On the most basic level, Yoga Nidra relaxes, rejuvenates and renews the physical body. It also empowers you to eliminate unconscious obstructions and energetic blocks that prevent you from living your life to the fullest. Through regular practice, Yoga Nidra enables you to effortlessly realize your intentions and achieve an integrated state in which your body moves towards self-healing.
Yoga Nidra works by immersing your brain in the healing rhythms of the alpha state. Here, you simultaneously access the power of the logical left brain and the intuitive, insightful right brain, and align you sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems to restore the body and mind to homeostasis. This is a state of oneness, where you tap into creative powers beyond the ego-mind and have access to healing on a physical, mental and emotional plane. Courtesy of Amrit Institute www://amrityoga.org/amrit-method-yoga-nidra.html