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Pratyahara - a Sanskrit word meaning withdrawal of the senses.
A retreat INTO Self
Inside these 4 restorative yoga practices, you will be drawn into the inner senses through cueing, long holds and breath. Releasing the need for sight by providing practices that are nourishing for your body, mind and spirit, is the pathway toward awakening our innate wisdom. Your body has the opportunity to speak without comparison. It is given the space to be felt, heard and loved.
What is it?
I teach Yoga Nidra as a spiritual practice of awakening to our true self - the highest self and collective consciousness.
Becoming connected to our spiritual self, begins the awakening of the inner voice that lies within.
Curious about Yoga Nidra? Watch this video
Sankalpa - Heart Vow
A Sankalpa is the truth of your divine essence and entire being.
It is a commitment between yourself and the eternal truth of wholeness and a compass back to the unified experience of consciousness.
A SEED OF TRANSFORMATION
This succinct and powerful statement is dropped into the absorbent nature of the Alpha brain during the practice of Yoga Nidra. It's a tool to uproot limiting beliefs and restructure subconscious programming. I
t is said in the form of “I AM” and said with the conviction of knowing you are already there.
When we restructure the internal, the external follows.