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Prepare for Yoga Nidra....

In Yoga Nidra we are journeying away from the physical body through various brain waves to help put the physical body, the thinking mind & the emotional body to sleep.

Below are some examples of how you could position yourself.

Usually you would practice on the floor, however if getting down the floor isn't an option, please practice on your bed or sofa (a place where there are no / very little distractions!)

You want to be comfortable, but not so comfortable that you immediately fall asleep.

Although Yoga Nidra translates as Yogic Sleep, there is no actual sleeping involved.

We aim to remain awake and aware.

Don't worry if you do fall asleep though, allow yourself this much needed time to rest!

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Before settling down, you may wish to do a few gentle intuitive movements or stretches or perhaps a couple of rounds of slow paced Sun Salutations. This can help you connect to your body, remove lingering tension or nervous energy and help you with coming to find a comfortable stillness in Yoga Nidra.

If you would like a bit of guidance, you may find one of my YouTube videos useful.....

A 25 minute practice that targets some of your bodies natural and functional way of moving to keep you supple and strong. 

A 20 minute practice which is perfect for easing you into Yoga Nidra or gently reawaken you, to help you get on with your day.

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