This 28-minute yoga nidra is for helping people with any type of addiction. Changing behaviour is a long term endeavour. During my teaching job at a rehabilitation centre l met many people who needed different kinds of help. Yoga nidra is one of the tools which l used and I received lots of positive feedback about this. In this practice l hope you experience a hypnotic and deeply relaxed state. This can help change behaviour more easily. Sankalpa or intention is important for people with addictions.
This is a precious gift: a yoga nidra practice (around 40 minutes) recorded live at the Winter Bhakti Fest at Matara near Tetbury, Stroud on the morning of Sunday 11th February, 2013. The intention of the practice was to promote deep calm and peace in the midst of an all-night bhakti yoga event: it worked! We have had fabulous feedback from those who were there so we are delighted to be able to share it with you.