We feel passionately that yoga nidra is one of the most vital forms of twenty-first century medicine and spiritual practices.
A free, extensive yoga nidra library gives you access to yoga nidra in 23 languages, with the heartfelt desire to ensure everyone has access to the healing practice of yoga nidra.
At Yoga Nidra Network, we respect the South Asian roots of the practice and honour its connection to other indigenous healing practices.
Yoga Nidra is an effortless and nourishing yoga practice that involves no physical movement, simply resting and listening. It is an adaptive, meditative state of being that anyone can access to find healing, nourishment, and liberation.
Yoga Nidra supports relaxation, rest, sleep, mental clarity, creativity and helps people connect to their true nature.
Studies have shown Yoga Nidra alleviates chronic pain, insomnia and stress.
The practice is accessible to all ages, abilities and not limited to a particular body type or fitness level as no movement is required.
The word Yoga Nidra comes from the Sanskrit word meaning the sleep that is yoga or the yoga of sleep.
Yoga Nidra is needed now more than ever due to the ever increasing levels of exhaustion and anxiety.
Yoga Nidra is a great treasure, a potent meditative resource for healing, insight, and empowerment.
Listen to Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, co-founder of the Yoga Nidra Network speak about What is Total Yoga Nidra?
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