Yoga Nidra, sometimes known as yogic sleep, is a practice where the body is guided into a sleep state while the mind is intentionally led through a meditative journey. A 17 minute practice for anyone, anytime you wish to soak into a deeper, more rejuvenating rest.
How often do you notice your focus drifting towards the noise of the day? When so much stimulus is pulling our attention in different directions, it is important to have a tool to help us refocus. To create a space of more clarity, so we can choose what is important in this moment. This is the anchor of your Sankalpa.
You’ll hear yoga teachers speak about this mysterious and exotic sounding fa-sha in Yin classes. What exactly is this oh-so-significant 'connective tissue'? How can it help us broaden the experience of yoga asana (postures) as well as our movement through daily life?
A steady yoga practice holds a myriad of benefits for body and mind. It can help set the tone early in your morning, reconnect you in the evening, and provide a watchful oasis from the noise any time of day.
But how do we cultivate this rhythm within each busy day?
Here are 3 tips to help guide you towards a more intention-led practice - one that stays.