Yoga nidra is not only a great relaxation, it's also a very powerful but gentle resource for healing, insight and empowerment. It's a state between the conscious and unconscious, an extraordinary journey of remembering and rediscovering who we really are.
The gift of yoga practices should be available to everyone. If you are not able to afford the session, please contact me directly to book your space.
Please do let me know about any medical conditions affecting you such as diabetes, recent injuries, pregnancy... because while some of the practices might be beneficial, other practices should be modified or avoided for certain conditions. If you have any doubt about your medical condition or the suitability of yoga for you, please consult your doctor.
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Practice self-care! You are the vehicle of self-care for so many. Take care of yourself by maintaining your own yoga practice, including postures, prayanama, meditation and relaxation. Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, eat nutritious foods, stay hydrated, and manage your stress.
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The direct translation of the Sanskrit word, saucha, is purity, or cleanliness. The yogic path offers many weird and wonderful practices for the purification of the body, by cleansing from inside out, as well as eating and drinking food that are healthy and nutritious. Saucha is also about purity of energy, keeping our homes and environment clean and organised.
But the real gift of saucha is the purification of our minds. It is our grand teacher of self-love, for it asks us to place our judgements aside, and take a deeper look at everything we have labelled as ‘impure’ about ourselves. That deep sadness that follows us around? The impatient streak? Those ‘dirty’ little habits we have when we are alone?