Yoga Nidra With Jo Moloney
*Not Currently Scheduled*
(I include shorter Yoga Nidra practices in some of my classes & can also bring to your group or corporate booking.)
What is Yoga Nidra?
Yoga Nidra is a specific meditation technique that allows you to relax, recharge,
rejuvenate and awaken your awareness to your higher consciousness. With practise, you’ll learn to rest deeply in a state of consciousness between wakefulness and sleep. Even experiencing shorter (or fleeting) moments in this state is beneficial.
Jo will guide you to a place within yourself where you can experience deep physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Yoga Nidra may be considered the perfect antidote for busyness, stress, anxiety and other less desirable effects of modern life.
You are always in control of your Yoga Nidra experience. Jo will guide you (with suggestions, rather than instructions) and although Savasana is considered the ideal position for practise, you are welcome and encouraged to adopt the right position for you. Whilst it is ideal to remain still and awake during Yoga Nidra,
it’s not always possible for every person, every time … don’t be concerned about that, you’ll still reap the rewards of your practice.
Jo studied Yoga Nidra as part of her Level 1 Yoga Teacher training and completed further study in 2017 with Swami Muktibodhananda as part of her Level 2, 150 hour Post Graduate YTT training with One Family Yoga & Fitness.
When, Where and What to Bring
*Not currently scheduled*
Mats and props supplied, bring your own yoga mat if you choose.
Wear comfortable clothing – yoga/exercise gear or simply shorts/trackpants and top.
Note: the room is air conditioned/heated and will be set to a comfortable temperature.
Who Will Benefit From Yoga Nidra Practice?
Anyone! The deeply relaxing experience that is Yoga Nidra can help you:
- feel rested, relaxed and rejuvenated;
- gain clarity of thought;
- feel more peaceful; and
- awaken creativity.
You’ll especially enjoy Yoga Nidra if:
- you have a ‘Monkey mind‘ (like Jo!) and find it hard to relax through other techniques;
- you find it hard to take time out for you; or
- your favourite pose is Savasana!
The practice will last around 45 minutes, and although that sounds like a long time to be lying still, it does not feel that way when you are practising Yoga Nidra. If you’re not comfortable lying in Savasana for an extended period, bolsters and blankets will be available to help support you and/or we can find an alternative position if that is best for you.
Enquiries: Contact Jo Moloney, Brew Yoga