Sarvanga Flow offers certified trainings of Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga and Multidimensional Therapy.
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This Nidra Teacher Training is composed by 2 Modules.
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This blissfull weekend is Part 1 of Nidra Tecaher training.
It is a 2 days intensive workshop opened to everyone: Nidra lovers, teachers, psychologists, doctors, healers... In this section we will look into the different structures of Nidra, it's history, philosophy, and what happens to the brain- functions and consciousness when it’s in the deep Nidra state, and; we will discuss the difference between Nidra and Hypnosis plus various applications of themes – as methods to achieve different goals.
Finally, you will gain a greater understanding of these different branches of Nidra and their blissful effect on your body and mind as you participate in several intensive practice sessions, learning in conjunction how to build your own practice and integrate the Yoga Nidra experience into your everyday personal life.
Is important to understand that in this 2 days you will not have the tools to teach Nidra, that will come into Module 2.
In this module I just want you to get absorbed in the Nidra practice. We will perform between 8 to 12 Nidras, depending on the evolution and requirements that rise during the weekend.
Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness between waking and sleep. The Nidra practice can be used to simply help remove tensions and relax a busy mind, or it can be used to delve deeper and observe our greatest resistances, needs and purposes; a practice where we can access our subconscious or unconscious mind with open awareness and plant seeds that can have a positive bearing on our everyday personal lives. Due to this privileged access to the deep consciousness however, the Nidra practice should always be properly guided in a safe environment with the support of a knowledgeable practitioner.
What is Yoga Nidra?
Theme & Sankalpa
How does Nidra affect the Body and Mind?
Nidra & Body & Brain Functions
Nidra & Consciousness
Nidra ≠ Hypnosis
How to apply Nidra in Daily Life?
Nidra as a relaxation practice
Nidra as a meditative practice
How to integrate in daily life