Yoga Nidra is an ancient relaxation technique also known as NSDR (Non Sleep Deep Rest). It enables deep relaxation, restoration and regeneration while remaining awake and aware. A 30-minute Yoga Nidra practice is equivalent to a 2-hour sleep or nap.
What’s interesting about Yoga Nidra is both the feeling of being rested and the ability to go deep into the different layers of our subconscious to heal old traumas, wounds or understand repetitive behavioral patterns in our lives and soothe chronic pain. Access to our subconscious allows us to sow new seeds (intentions) that will germinate and bring us what we want.
I have taken several training courses:
– Massage therapy – 500 hours – Academy of Scientific Massage
– Herbalism – Flora Medicina
– Yoga 250 hours – Luna Yoga
– Yoga Nidra and restorative yoga – Living yoga, Sarovara Yoga, Ontario
It’s important to me:
– To be grounded, calm
– Inspiring human beings, making people happy
– Giving back what therapists have given me in the past
– Humility and justice
– Respect and forgiveness
My favorite book:
– Goupil ou face by Lou Lubie
My favorite artist:
– Barbara Pravi
My favorite yoga posture:
– Iguana or crocodile, it’s very restorative…
What challenges me most at the moment: Self-confidence. I’m too much of a perfectionist and I ask too much of myself… I’m working on a yoga principle: Ahimsa – Non-violence. Because you always have to honor yourself and be gentle with yourself… Confidence will come later…
This workshop is based on the root chakra (Muladhara), and we’ll build the foundations by exploring our Asraya (place of refuge) and connecting with Gaia, Mother Earth. We’ll emerge from this practice
inspired, grounded, regenerated and serene.
The workshop will be presented in 2 parts. The first part will offer a slow, enveloping yoga practice to bring us to the final Savasana, the preferred pose for Yoga Nidra practice.
Saturday, December 9, 2023 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Equilibre Studio Vert Prana
Prix : 55$ + tx