To see things as they really are, an ancient meditation technique.
Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice, becoming very familiar with most, and considered as the new yoga! I have a passion for this practice , which has been inspired by my own meditation journey that started over ten years ago. I attended a 10-day silent meditation course where I was free from distractions so that my reality within was being observed. This technique helped me focus on the deep interconnection between mind and body, which can be experienced directly by disciplined attention to the physical sensations that form the life of the body, and that continuously interconnect and condition the life of the mind. I am a dedicated student to the Meditation community where I often attend a three day course and assist the teacher in serving other students.
Ommi Yoga guides you through a sleep based meditation practice, where you effortlessly access profound relaxation where many mind-body benefits such as health, sleep and mental balance are experienced.
It is a unique combination of alert awareness and deep relaxation where you are empowered to eliminate unconscious obstructions and energetic blocks that prevent you from living your life to the fullest. 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 your 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.
3 benefits of yoga nidra
- Reduce your stress
- Bring joy into your life
- Connect with yourself
Although you are lying down during the practice, by no means are you doing nothing. Ommi yoga will guide you through the practice, using techniques such as hypnotherapy, autosuggestion, and conscious relaxation to take you deep into the nidra.
After going into the deepest point of conscious relaxation, you are brought out of it and back into the present state. At this point you reconnect with yourself and the world around you, using your experience to guide your interactions as you live in the moment, moment to moment.