Yoga Nidra, is said to be the art of conscious relaxation.
Susan (aka Vrinda Kumari), an experienced yoga teacher and practitioner is the best suited to gently take anyone interested in this unique concept – she is well versed in yoga integrated with Bhakti. “The entire practice takes place while the practitioner lays on the back. No experience required.”
Continue reading below for Susan’s thoughts on healing.
One thing I want to invite into my life more this year. Whether is to heal myself or the world.
I want to heal my body, from simply being human living in this material world. All the tension, stress, pollution, toxins that’s been accumulating in this temple of my soul, I want to release it. So the prana, life energy can flow freely within me.
I want to heal my mind. All the anger, sadness, anxiety, worries that I experience and carry in my mind, I want to let go of them, to allow my mind to return to the natural state of tranquility.
I want to heal other people, hold space for those in need, create a safe place for them to release, rest, and find balance within again. I want to hold them and let them know it is ok to take that time, to heal from whatever that is needed. It’s not selfish. It is much needed.
I want to heal the world, Mother Earth, beautiful animals and plants. I want to help the planet we live on to heal from all the ugliness created by us, humans.
I want to heal you. And I’m grateful to have the tools and opportunity to facilitate such. With this powerful practice of yoga Nidra, we get to heal all five layers of our bodies.
So if you allow me, come join me at any upcoming opportunity @bhakticenter for a 1.5hr of conscious healing. Let’s rest, rejuvenate and tap into the deep inner bliss together.
Available to sign up on @mindbody.
More Yoga Nidra pictures from recent sessions by Susan..
You can sense the calm and serene mood permeate the yoga studio at the Bhakti Center