Yoga Nidra Live with Karina Ayn Mirsky
Album for Digital Download
Yoga Nidra is a profound tantric practice to deprogram the accumulation of tension in the layers of body and mind.
The literal translation of Yoga Nidra is yogic sleep. It's a journey into the deepest levels of relaxation while still remaining fully aware. The result is healing restoration. By accessing delta brain waves, a 45 minute practice can equate to getting about 4 hours of conventional sleep.
Yoga Nidra has been proven to reduce stress, anxiety and depression, and is effective in treating PTSD. It can improve digestion, sleep, and recovery time. It has also been proven to help with overcoming addiction and long standing habits of reaction and behavior. It is complete body/mind/spirit support.
Below, is a note from Karina who has been teaching Yoga Nidra since 2001.
"My unique approach to Yoga Nidra draws inspiration from ParaYoga Nidra of Rod Stryker, iRest of Richard Miller, and from the work of Tom Holmes, Ken Cohen, Stephen Levine, and Jessica Durivage- Kerridge. These powerful live transmissions were recorded live in 2020, mostly at Blue Osa in Costa Rica. By request, they have been complied into an album for download. May they impart a sacred healing experience time and, time again. Thank you for supporting my heartfelt work."
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Total album length 2 hrs. 47 min.
Setting Up for Yoga Nidra Practice
Yoga Nidra is performed lying on the floor in shavasana or "corpse pose."
Lie 1-2 thick blankets on top of a yoga mat.
A small pillow or folded towel can be placed underneath your head.
Place a rolled blanket or stack of bed pillows under your knees.
You may get cold, so feel free to cover up with a light blanket.
Heavy eye pillows are not recommended for this practice. Block out light, with a small towel or light fabric over your eyes.
Practice in a space free from distractions. Be fully committed. Silence your phone. This is time to deeply rest.
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