Harvest: October Floating Yoga Nidra Meditation at Yoga Art Space, Albuquerque
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Harvest: October Floating Yoga Nidra Meditation

Friday Oct 25, 2019

8338 Comanche Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110






Whitney Whetten

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**Registration Required because there are a limited number of hammocks. Register at yogaartspace.com/calendar**

In floating Yoga Nidra we will be suspended in aerial hammocks as we enjoy an hour long yoga nidra meditation session. 

Awaken your consciousness to the theta state between dream and wakefulness. Experience deep relaxation. Yoga nidra is a meditation practice where we plant a sankalpa (a seed we wish to grow in our life) and delve into a deeply relaxing state in between wakefulness and sleep to help the subconscious heal aspects which may be holding it back. In this workshop, we will learn how to formulate our sankalpas, find ourselves comfortably in the hammocks, and then go into the yoga nidra practice for the rest of the time.

 This is a monthly workshop held at Yoga Art Space (8338 Comanche Rd NE) for only $15 (drop in) or use your 10 class pass, membership, or the new student special

What is being said about Yoga Nidra:

 “Yoga Nidra is deeply transformational. When the constrictions of breath and body and the stains of the mind dissolve, we can see clearly. When the source of suffering is revealed by our Soul and higher mind, we can plant the seeds of new ideas in the fertile field of consciousness. At the most elemental, Yoga Nidra relaxes and heals. At its most profound, you will be awakened to the fourth dimension, Turiya. Between those two, Yoga Nidra, when administered skillfully, serves as a tool to change unhelpful mental patterns and wrong self-perception and even heal the effects of trauma. Transformation is gradual but sometimes there are sudden leaps…I felt myself bursting out of the golden egg as a new person.” ––Inge