This Yoga Nidra Practice was shared in the first week of January to gently feel into intentions for the new year. The recording begins just as those taking part have settled and allowed themselves to be in deep comfort. I invite you to join them and feel into what your heart may desire in 2019...This recording was made during my class at Finchley Yoga and other recordings can be found on my website www.finchleyyoga.com
This yoga nidra is taking from the first Thursday class of term at Finchley Yoga. When we sat in circle there was a strong Winter feeling to the room so rather than look at Intentions for the new year this yoga nidra practices focusses on renewal and feeling truly replenished. Take a listen if you would like to feel refreshed and rested. I teach Yoga Nidra in many of my weekly classes and have Yoga Nidra practices available to download from my website www.finchleyyoga.com
A 15 minute Yoga Nidra designed to create a feeling of safety and security. Particularly useful for people who wish to alleviate a feeling of fear or anxiety when home alone. Recorded at the Total Yoga Nidra teacher training in London 2017
This session is guided by me, Simone MacKay. I’d like to credit these teachings to the great Mystery that is Life. The teaching regarding LOVE comes from the Siksika/Sauk people and was passed to me through an elder and shared here with permission. I also use the words and structure according to iRest or ‘Integrative Restoration’ as taught by Richard Miller.
This live ~35 Nidra recording was inspired by the time in the yearly cycle just before the winter Solstice. It was delivered on a dark cold night in a chilly room to 10 enthusiastic nidranaughts including both returning experienced students and a lady who knew nothing about the class and showed up 2 minutes before this practice started. Settling > Rotation > Opposites > Archetypal Evocations > Breath Awareness > Open Awareness > Feeling State Evocations > Externalization.
This 30 minute live heart centered Nidra recording begins with a nice NLP influenced settling process and an adapted Richard Miller style body sensing practice. It then moves through Satyananda influenced multi-sensory spot evocations into awareness of breath. This practice includes spacious amounts of silence throughout The externalization process includes a strong rousing and experientially walks through the tantrik model of the “Nested Layers of Awareness” as explained in Tantra Illuminated by Christopher Wallis.