Fri, 11 Mar|
Nada Yoga Nidra - Sound Meditation and Relaxation
A unique combination of Sound Journey and the Yoga of Sleep
Time & Location
11 Mar 2022, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Hastings, 208 Heretaunga Street East, Hastings 4122, New Zealand
About The Event
This offering aims to downregulate the nervous system and to promote ease, relaxation and health at the end of the working week. With the tendency of modern times to always be stressed and rushed, take time to slow down, unwind and take care of your health and wellbeing. Nada Yoga Nidra is a one-off Friday night session that includes a sound meditation and a skilfully guided relaxation.
Nada Yoga is the Yoga of Sound, a blissful dissolution into a meditative state, produced by a sound bath; and Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation which promotes awareness and better sleep. Find more details below.
When and Where? Friday, 11th March, 6.30pm at The Yoga Space Hastings
Pricing: $25 per person Spaces limited to 10 BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL! Please purchase your ticket below
~ Nada Yoga - Dissolution into Sound ~ “Nada Yoga is the oldest yoga in India or perhaps in the world. Since the dawn of humanity, humans have used sound and voice to communicate as well as to connect to their environment and inner beings." - Jivasu There’s a less well-known branch of yoga called Nada Yoga which translates as the yoga of sound. The aim of Nada Yoga is to bring about harmony and balance in your body if you feel tense, anxious or stressed. Sound has been used throughout history as a healing tool. From Shamanic drumming to yogic chanting, sound can help elevate your energy and shift your vibration and soothe your nervous system. Nada Yoga has two branches - producing sounds (like chanting, reciting mantra, humming, Om, etc.) or receiving sounds. In these classes we will predominantly focus on the second, allowing you to relax and dissolve the mind and all worries into pure vibration.
~ Yoga Nidra - The Bliss of Yogic Sleep ~ Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation”. It’s usually practiced lying down with a teacher guiding the session. The practice draws our attention inwards, and we learn to surf between the states of wakefulness and sleep, where our body finds its natural state of equilibrium (homeostasis) – the breath balances and becomes quiet, unconscious and conscious aspects of the mind reveal themselves, and we fall into an innate state of deep, blissful awareness. Yoga Nidra takes us effortlessly into a state of harmonious, restful being. From here, we can be healed, restored and awakened to our deepest, all-knowing, all-welcoming self. It’s a sublime practice, gaining popularity the world over, and ongoing research continues to prove its effectiveness.
Guided by Radha Iveta, E-CYT500
Nada Yoga Nidra