50 Hours Yog Nidra Course

Experience the blissful depths of relaxation with our 50-hour Yoga Nidra Course. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a curious novice, this course provides invaluable tools to unlock inner peace and holistic well-being. Through expert guidance and immersive practices, learn to navigate the realms of consciousness and harness the healing potential of your subconscious mind. Join our community of like-minded souls and embark on a path of self-exploration, empowerment, and awakening. Embark on a journey of transformation with us.

Difference between Nidra and Yoga Nidra

In other words, Yoga Nidra is to “sleep consciously”. Yoga Nidra instantly recharges and brings incredible quietness and clarity within you. Yoga Nidra in Sanskrit means Yogic sleep. The rest that you get through this power nap is much more powerful than sleep because the relaxation takes place consciously.

A yoga routine provides deep restoration to your body and the mind. And to make your practice more effective, it is ideal to end your yoga sequence with Yoga Nidra. In Yoga Nidra, we consciously take our attention to different parts of the body and relax them. This can be done by anyone and everyone.

Yoga Nidra helps conserve and consolidate our energy and relax the entire system, preparing it for pranayama and meditation. It is therefore important to keep aside sufficient time for Yoganidra after yoga posture.  Yoga Nidra is an essential end to any yoga pose sequence. While the yoga postures ‘warm up’ the body, Yoganidra cools it down.

Benefits of Yoganidra

  • Removes stress and anxiety
  • Rejuvenates the body
  • Relaxes the nervous system
  • Cools the body and restores its normal temperature
  • Facilitates a calm mind
  • Removes emotional patterns
  • Removes insomnia

When to do Yoganidra?

Yoganidra prepares our body and mind for pranayama and meditation, after practicing yoga poses. Thus Yoganidra is done after the postures and before pranayama and meditation in this sequence:

  1. Yoga Poses
  2. Yoganidra
  3. Pranayama and Meditation