Yoga Nidra is a deep relaxation that was created by Swami Satyananda.
You lie on your back and slowly release the tension in your body. My calm voice accompanies you step by step into a state of deep relaxation, similar to just before falling asleep. In this state, you can give the subconscious a positively formulated sentence so that a desired change can take place from the inside out.
A classic yoga nidra lasts around 20 minutes and, for me, is one of the most valuable gifts yoga has to offer. It releases stress that has built up during the day and strengthens and nourishes the body and mind in such a wonderfully simple way. After a Yoga Nidra, you will feel deeply rested, energized and invigorated.
Yoga Nidra is also excellent for children. I have practiced Yoga Nidra with children in many schools. They loved it. They often came to school in the morning and asked me when we were going to practise Yoga Nidra together again. After each class, I could see that the children’s self-confidence was strengthened and that they were able to relax more. One of the ways I could tell was that they were able to choose an activity calmly and calmly after yoga nidra and were able to fully engage with it or concentrate much better than before.