I was reading an issue of “In the moment” and I came across an article about- Yogic sleep!
I used to go to yoga and pilates classes many years ago whilst in university and I greatly enjoyed it, it helped me relax, helped with both my anxiety and depression and helped my balance, flexibility and aches and pains I get with my chronic fatigue but unfortunately due to money issues and time constraints I haven’t been for such a long time.
I would love to go again- but this form of yoga sounded AMAZING to me as soon as I read the article and it was really intriguing to read about a yoga session that you can sleep in as well 😍😍.
Anyone who knows me well, knows I struggle with my energy levels and any excuse to have a nap is right up my street. 😴😂🧘♀️
What is Yogic sleep?
Its traditional name — yoga nidra (pronounced yoh-gah nee-drah)— makes reference to Brahma, the Hindu creator god, who “sleeps” between successive world creations. His sleep is never unconscious.
Yoga Nidra is a practice that can take you to the next level; a relaxed body, fluid mind, and supercharged intuition.
This practice of yoga sounds AMAZING!
With my anxiety and depression, chronic fatigue and insomnia on top of that, getting enough sleep and not only enough sleep but the right type of sleep can be difficult, so this sounds like something that would be so beneficial for me and could also help a lot of people.
You can practice it at home or go to a session in a yoga studio.
I think if I went I would prefer to go to a yoga studio first, as the practitioner could explain it in more detail and guide you through the session perfectly to make sure you’re doing it right, then upon having enough sessions I would practice it at home.
I would LOVE to find somewhere to do this at.
I hope your intrigued reading this too.
Hope you enjoyed this short read.
Until next time.
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