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Yoga Nidra. Grounding Earth

*Note: these classes have the same beginning to guide you consistently; the last few minutes of affirmation are always different

Earth: Grounding

Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, one that occurs just before falling asleep, typically induced by a guided meditation.

The focus of this class will be the element of earth and grounding yourselves.



Responses

  1. Hello. Can an instructor make his/ her own yoga nidra visualization technique or it has to be just what is mentioned in the video?

  2. Thank you for this wonderful session 🙂
    One question, how long is the ideal duration to do this Yoga Nidra ? Around 20 minutes ?

  3. Hey Rika!
    This is normal and happens to many. When your body is tired then it’s good that it takes its rest 🙂 And it also takes a little practice to exit the awake/alert state, and instead of falling into a sleep state, to go into meditation. Give yourself time and kindness!

  4. Amazing meditation.
    It’s amazing how truly you can feel the energy floating around the body. At one point I felt a block on pelvic area so i decided to extend the meditation by breathing much longer in the area. It is a great knowledge to release tensions we do not know otherwise. I will repeat this meditation few more mornings. Namaste

  5. Omg…such a weird experience, in a good way i mean. ive started very aware of everything, and heavy but after a while my body became so heavy and light same time, ive started to feel hot, my hands were sweating, my body felt like floating and flying …i felt high and i mean high, like i had fainted …never felt nothing like this before….very powerful practice

  6. Wow,so interesing feelings after practice,first of all it was cold,my hands and body freeze,but when awake I feel more energy inside.

  7. Dear Anastasia,

    I might not have a detailed reason for this one… Yes, Yoga Nidra is done lying down supine, for that is the most natural way if one is doing the relaxation. One can do it seated, with similar visualization techniques in the form of Meditation, however, that is not known as Yoga Nidra. One cant completely and consciously relaxes unless lying down.

  8. Thank you for this session. I felt some triggers of anxiety and tensions coming from my throat and solar plexus area and a sort of fear to fall asleep. I just accepted it and kept breathing naturally and felt very restored at the end!

  9. Hey Federica!
    Beautiful that you listen to your body, it is important to take it slower, in the beginning, ? Keep breathing and find your balance.

  10. I Loved this session. I fell asleep for a while tho. I have two questions: it’s better to exhale through the mouth for deeper relaxation/release? Or whatever feels good? The second question is, it’s recommended palms faced up?
    Thank you.

  11. Also, if we want to teach this technique to our students, which is the most indicated moment of the day? evening? after or before dinner? 🙂

  12. I loved this meditation so much! I was wondering if we can have access to the script for this yoga Nidra meditation?

  13. Wow I’ve never done yoga nidra practice, I almost sleep, incredible state i got into it, almost floating at some point. really restorer

  14. It was such a powerful practice, and I loved it so much! I felt like in a different dimension, literally floating somewhere “there”. Especially before the end, I felt flowing and expanding energy in my palms as they were hot at the same time. It was such a beautiful experience. Thank you! ???

  15. Best time for Yoga Nidra would be both morning or evening. Before meals would be best, because the mind will be more attentive to the practise and visualizations.

    Incase after meals, then for Yoga Nidra atleast a gap of 2-3 hours
    P.s. For asanas and Pranayama best is before meals/breakfast always but if in the evening then please have a gap of 3-4 hours post meals