This twelve and a half minute yoga nidra practice by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli is in metrical verse, with a strong hypnotic rhythm. It is one of the yoga nidra practices included in the Treasury of Transcripts in the Nidra Shakti Encyclopaedia of Yoga Nidra. A very effective short practice to revive and restore rhythmicity and vitality. Recorded in County Clare, Ireland, during lockdown 2021.
This is a short, 19-minute Yoga Nidra, to encourage you to relax into this moment. Nothing else matters. Nothing to do and nowhere to go. Simply allowing yourself to move deeper into stillness.
The sequence is accessible to all, especially if new to Yoga Nidra, as there is no descriptive visualization on this particular track, just the comfort of following the body scan and awareness of your life force, or prana.
It’s also useful for when there isn't time for a longer Yoga Nidra meditation, and can be used as a refreshing power nap.
This nidra was recorded live at a New Year workshop with the intention of connecting to our heartfelt desire and intention, Sankalpa. Kate guides you on a nourishing journey back to your quality of being that is already whole and complete.
This 27 minute nidra was recorded during the third live session of my case study.
It was created for a group of women with burn out with the intention to go to a happy, magical garden of imagination and to fully let go of any negative thoughts, limiting beliefs, anxiety and feelings of stress. Also with the intention to recharge with life force energy (prana) lying in the warm summer sun.
This 23 minute yoga nidra was shared with a circle of women at the start of the summer holidays, with the intention to find a space for rest and rejuvenation. This is a simple, quiet nidra, taking a permissive and trauma-informed approached, and is accompanied by the gentle tones of the sansula.