This 23min Yoga Nidra was recorded live at our Women's Yoga weekly class at The Life Centre, Islington, London on Samhain (Halloween) 31 October 2017. It is inspired by the energy of the Goddess Kali. The name Kali coming from the root sanskrit word Kal meaning time, this Nidra is about coming home to the present moment, the now. The rotation honours the deep feminine in every part of the body, and there is the welcoming of the void (a space which Kali's sky-clad dark form can be said to represent) and seeing what arises.
Designed to honour the new moon in Libra, the sign of relationship, balance and harmony, this yoga nidra invites you to enter the vijnanamaya kosha, the heart's wisdom, and remember what self-love feels like.
A 20min yoga nidra to welcome in the beautiful harvest moon this October. Invitations to let the body and mind rest, to connect to the manipura chakra, the navel, the fire centre, and to explore confidence and capacility along with welcoming cooling lunar energy. Enjoy!
Recorded live beneath a tree in a garden in Amherst, Massachusetts, specially for the Fertility, Pregnancy and Birth online summit with Cathy Ospina (https://thefertilitypregnancyandbirthsummit.com/) - this nidra is teeming with life: the sounds of the crickets and the birds are present throughout the practice, offering a vibrant natural audio landsacape in which Uma's voice keeps a steady presence.
Recorded mid-September 2017, as the swallows have just left, storms have produced heavy showers then rainbows, and the log burner has been lit for the first time. Expect a visit to the fruitful Devon hedgerows and a tuning to the new mood of autumn. Recorded at Viveka Gardens at a Friday Night Nidra session. 37 minutes including settling and externalisation. Om Shanti.
This yoga nidra explores using san kalpa to change the way you think and feel by connecting your awareness to the space of the heart. Designed especially for the new moon in Virgo on 20th Sept 2017, but can be used any time a change in thought or feeling is needed.