Sarah is currently working with clients online.
Yoga relaxation (yoga nidra) *
Our lives are particularly challenging at the moment, so, to help you deal with the stresses of lockdown and the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, Sarah has been running complimentary online sessions to experience yoga relaxation (yoga nidra).
The current global crisis is affecting our wellbeing in so many ways. It’s often hard enough to switch off, relax and sleep, but we are facing added pressures and stresses at the moment. Now more than ever, it’s vital to do as much as you can to look after you, your health and wellbeing.
Your physical and mental health are inextricably linked. Yoga is a holistic practice supporting and improving your wellbeing on all levels of your being, physically, energetically, mentally, emotionally and even spiritually.
Yoga relaxation, also called yoga nidra (yogic sleep), helps you:
- to release the physical and muscular tensions you hold in your body.
- to relax emotional tensions, which are often unhelpful and deep rooted, to enable you to find a level of calm and equilibrium.
- to calm the constant and excessive mental activity, which creates stress, affecting your ability to think clearly and cope with daily life.
You can enjoy this relaxation in the privacy and comfort of your own home. Relaxation is best experienced lying down, perhaps supported by pillows, cushions and blankets to hold you safe and comfortable. Alternatively, you can relax in your favourite comfortable armchair.
If you are interested in yoga relaxation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take care and stay well.
Whatever yoga practice you undertake, please be aware the most important thing for you is to listen to your body and work within your physical and mental limits. If you have any health issues (and many of us do), this is particularly important. Be mindful of how you are feeling and only do what feels right for you.
Please note that your participation at this, any class, therapeutic session or event is entirely at your own risk. Please be mindful of any health issues or disabilities that you may have and ensure that you take these into consideration before you participate to ensure your safety and wellbeing.