Yoga Nidra with Dharmanatha

Friday 6th Sep 2024 to Friday 27th Sep 2024 - 6.00pm to 7.00pm

What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga Nidra is a form of meditation, and a deep relaxation practice also known as yogic sleep or conscious sleep. During the practice, we move through the layers of our being, journey away from the tactile, and down to the subtle, and we can access a state of total relaxation.

The benefits of Yoga Nidra are said to include:

- Minimising and counteracting the effects of stress and anxiety.
- Teaching us to observe our thoughts to live in harmony with ourselves and others.
- Developing our capacity for empathy and compassion.
- Sharpening our memory and strengthening our imagination and creativity.
- Increasing our capacity for attentiveness and concentration.
- Aiding the management of sleep disorders.
- Contributing to a greater sense of well-being.
- Enriching our spiritual selves

Who is this for?

No previous yoga experience is necessary, each session will begin with some gentle grounding exercises involving minimal exertion, wear light comfortable clothing. All equipment is provided.

About the teacher

Dharmanatha is an experienced meditation and Buddhism teacher. As a yoga practitioner he has enjoyed the fruits of Yoga Nidra practice for a number of years, and has completed a certified Yoga Nidra teacher training course with Laurent Roure. He is delighted to be able to share this beautiful and profound practice with others.

You can either book for this block of four classes below or come on a drop-in basis at £12 per class.

Led By: 
Cambridge Buddhist Centre
How To Book: 
Advance payment required
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