A 30-minute permissive yoga Nidra to transform your tensions, to unwind and feel more energized. Allow your body to deeply rest, relax and let yourself be guided into a place where you may have been already and where you know you feel SO at ease and at peace that all tensions & worries melt away. It can be done at any time during the day or to bring you into a deep pleasant night sleep.
A wild yoga nidra recorded in a farmer's field in Yilan, Taiwan on Earth Day 2020 with the intention of fostering better ways for us to connect to ourselves, others and Mother Earth in this time of challenge and change.
This 25 minute wild yoga nidra was recorded in my garden, just as the birds started singing on a crisp and clear spring morning. You are invited to travel awareness on a journey around the body, placing a plant or seed at each marma point, then honoring the soil and nutritious compost of the past below and unique blossoming flowers above, an expression of ourselves now, before returning to rest in the ground of our being, held by Mother Earth.
This total yoga nidra uses Tara's scissors to cut you free of any unwanted addictions or attachments, guided by the wisdom of the heart. The recording was made in the urban wilderness of a London park, and it has the sound of the wind to support the energy of change and transformation.
This nidra is offered as a gift to everyone, very especially the members of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, in gratitude for the good work of raising awareness of Yoga (Nidra) Therapy as a powerful healing modality. It is the second track on Uma’s Wild Nidra album : to purchase the other for tracks please visit our shop.
This 40-minute nidra is nature-based, at the time of the fertile darkness of the new moon in grey, dormant January. There is the merest hint of new shoots, a knowledge that life is underground. After earthing and time in the warm, intimate cave of the heart, there is a Himalayan rotation, alternation of opposites, a visualisation taking cues from the fertile landscape, trees and creatures here at Viveka Gardens in Devon. Given as a Friday Night Nidra on 12.01.18.