Getting Started with Yoga Nidra

Getting Started with Yoga Nidra

Leah Baguet 09/09/2020 4
Getting Started with Yoga Nidra

The ancient practice of Yoga Nidra is literally translated as "yogic sleep".

It is guided meditation where you enter a state of deep, receptive relaxation of your body and mind. During this progressive guided meditation, you remain conscious and aware. Yoga Nidra consciously follows your brainwaves down towards sleep where thoughts naturally distance from your mind. Here you experience healing release and relaxation in a new way. This creates ease and restoration in the body while promoting insight and stillness in the mind.

What are the Benefits of Yoga Nidra?

Some health benefits of regular Yoga Nidra include:

  • improved cardiovascular health

  • glandular/hormonal balance and decreased hot flashes

  • improved memory recall and mental clarity

  • decreased inflammation and increased immune response

Yoga Nidra provides biochemical support for depression and anxiety. It also helps to counteract insomnia and the effects of stress that permeate our busy culture. It aids in recovery and eliminating addictive behaviors.

What Can I Expect During Yoga Nidra? 

This practice begins by setting your personal intention and incorporating it into your Yoga Nidra session. We start with gentle movement, then move into breath awareness to still the mind. This is followed by a complete body scan, to connect to sensations within, and fully enter into a blissfully relaxing time of visualization.

Yoga Nidra is a practice that can benefit everyone and is accessible in every body regardless of your previous yoga experience. You only need to lay comfortably in a quiet space and allow the healing to begin. The hardest part is not falling asleep. 

Leah is trained in the Integrated Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra.


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  • Amy Edwards

    Yoga Nidra is the ultimate relaxation technique for releasing stress.

  • Cassie LS

    The relaxation you receive from yoga is much needed for everyone to fight depression.

  • Valerie Kachura

    Heartfelt appreciation Leah

  • Donna Wilson

    Actually this meditation helped me a lot. You should give it a try !

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Leah Baguet

Holistic Wellness Expert

Leah is a Holistic Nutrition Coach and Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance. She is the owner of In Tune Holistic Living, LLC, a Processed-Free America Certified Facilitator, and Strategic Planning Facilitator. Her personal journey of discovery and self-healing through a variety of holistic modalities has fueled her passion to guide you to achieve a healthier, happier life. She maintains a regular yoga practice and whole-food lifestyle and has been a vegetarian for over 27 years. She is a teacher at heart and has established work yoga programs for technology companies and the City of Scottdale, Arizona, whose program is now funded by the City's health benefits program. She also teaches Science and Math at a local community college. One of her passions is traveling and experiencing different cultures. She has traveled to over 20 countries. Leah's purpose is to provide edible education and empower you to "Tune In to Your Healthiest Self". Leah's heartfelt goal is to spread knowledge about healthy, clean living. Her belief is that we are all unique and discovering the diet and exercise that best suits your specific needs will open you to your full healing potential and lead you to a healthier, happier, sustainable lifestyle.

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