26th May 2020
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Yoga Nidra, translated into English as Yogic Sleep is a wonderful way for people to relax and transform their minds at the deepest level.
Arising from the ancient practice of Nyasa, meaning ‘to place’,Yoga Nidra holds huge potential for physiological regulation and psychological integration – especially if it is created and delivered from a neurologically informed place.
For years Shaura has specialised in offering Yoga Nidra for mental health and has been teaching it as part of her more extensive training programmes. In response to the surge in mental health issues and addictive behaviours emerging due to the current international health crisis, she is offering a 4 hour professional training in her unique methodology, to help professionals effectively support their clients.
During this short course, Shaura will share a brief lecture on the psychobiological effects of Yoga Nidra, explain how this practice can be used to develop embodied awareness, and strengthen the vulnerable mind. This will be followed by guidance practice and a plenary discussion on that will include: how to teach Yoga Nidra online, how to tailor the practice to individual need, and how to apply aspect of Yoga Nidra to other relaxation based practices
About the Teacher;
Shaura Hall trained with the Minded Institute and is a Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, yoga teacher and therapeutic and group supervisor. She has written and delivers advanced yoga teacher training, therapeutic mediation, healing courses and is part of the Minded Institute Team. Her specialist interest is how yoga and embodied awareness promotes healing for those who are undergoing the process of addiction.
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