Yoga Nidra is a practice that works on profoundly healing all the layers of the body/mind/heart complex. It also creates an opening to pure consciousness as we learn how to enter into dream states with awareness. Clear Light Yoga Nidra was developed as a practice to intimately connect with the experience of the clear light of the void, which is also shared in Tibetan Dream Yogas.
This online program works with the power of healing intentions, mantra, visualization, dream yoga practices and contains Q & A sessions discussing the experiences encountered in the nidras after each session. A course manual and online study material will be available to study between sessions.
We will study the science behind Yoga Nidra, both neuroscience and yogic science, of how this practice affects our brains, bodies, and all the layers (koshas) of our being.
Along with the meditative experiences it supports us entering very quickly, Yoga Nidra helps in regulation of hormones, stabilization of glucose levels, and alleviation of post-traumatic stress, and it also balances our sleep. This course will provide a beautiful respite, healing and restorative experience, and an opportunity to shift via compassionate action.
Watch the Online Retreat Zoom Replays:
Friday, June 26th, 2020 – Evening Introduction
Saturday, June 27th, 2020 – Morning Session
Saturday, June 27th, 2020 – Afternoon Session
Saturday, June 27th, 2020 – Evening Session
Sunday, June 28h, 2020 – Morning Session
Sunday, June 28h, 2020 – Afternoon Session
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