A meditation and relaxation CD with guided instructions to three different practices to lead you to a calm and peaceful space, cultivating awareness and deep relaxation.
Ideal for those suffering from stress or anxiety and anyone who would like to experience more peace and tranquillity in their daily lives.
Yoga Nidra Relaxation: A deeply restful and restorative practice that can be defined as yogic sleep. It is practiced lying comfortably on the back or side so the body is completely relaxed.
Yoga Nidra aims to take you to a deep state of relaxation, hovering on the borderline of sleep and wakefulness. In this state, known as the hypnagogic state, energy is liberated and redirected towards healing and rejuvenation. Yoga Nidra helps us to relax and harmonise our body, mind and spirit.
There is a long Yoga Nidra (25 minutes) and a short Yoga Nidra track (15 minutes) on the CD.
Pranayama: A technique which uses breath control and awareness to calm the mind and energize the body. (10 minutes)
Heart Meditation: Regular meditation practice tunes us in to the peaceful space within us, a place where we can take rest and find a sense of contentment and true happiness. The meditation on this CD focuses on purifying and opening the heart to help
us to experience a sense of connectedness and openness to the world. (20 minutes)
Bird song and flute harmonies accompany the meditations.
Guided by qualified and experienced Satyananda Yoga teachersKatie Rose Meehan and Kimberley Roberts.
Comes with a cover booklet with simple instructions about how to set your self up for the practices and other details like how to position the hands in a mudra position for deeper relaxation.
Cost and Payment
Price for CD is $30 and includes postage to anywhere in Australia
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