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Deeply relaxing Yoga Nidra meditation designed for teens and adults to calm the mind quickly and effectively promoting clarity and resolution with a specific issue of your choosing. This 36 minute meditation:
- Activates a profound Relaxation Response
- Restores the balance of the parasympathetic/sympathetic nervous system helping to prevent any physical manifestations at the root.
- Promotes focus, clarity, and resolution.
- Assists in the release of limiting patterns and beliefs
- Increases lung capacity and oxygenation of cells and tissues.
☆ Additional Yoga Nidra Benefits Include: restful sleep; increased immunity, metabolism, focus, mood, and memory retention; decreased depression/anxiety, ADD, ADHD, PTSD, pain, muscle tension, and obesity.
About the Yoga Nidra Techniques:
Breath Holding Precaution: During this Nidra, participants are instructed to hold the breath for short periods of time. If you cannot have undue pressure in your head for any reason, it is important that you breathe normally and remain relaxed during this technique.
- The Integrative Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra is a "sleep-based" meditation. It can be done laying in your bed, on the floor, sitting up… pretty much anywhere as long as you are supremely comfortable.
- There is vey little (if any) movement during the meditation. We do this intentionally to calm the nervous system. If you need suggestions on how to make yourself more comfortable, please don’t hesitate to contact Shira: TheHighFlyingDisk@gmail.com.
- Try to eliminate as much external noise as possible. A fan or white noise machine is helpful to block out any unexpected external noises. If you are using your phone, put on earphones and put it on Mute.
- Cover yourself with a blanket or have one near by…your body temperature will drop during the meditation.
- Make sure the lighting in the room is suitable for you to relax. Maybe dim the light or use an eye mask.
Just try to relax and breathe. Your mind will wander, don’t get frustrated. Notice the chatter, but try to remain the observer and keep returning your attention to the breath. The more you practice this, the easier it will become for your mind to let go.