Vishva-ji describes how he developed his unique process for Akhanda Yoga Nidra and why Yoga Nidra is so beneficial.
Transport yourself to the banks of the Ganges River for this relaxing Yoga Nidra practice. Focusing on the inhale and exhale will help you to manifest peace and harmony. Your Sankalpa Shakti (internal intention) is introduced to help you transform your deepest wishes into existence. This practice is an invitation to relax all elements and layers of the body and mind. You will complete this practice feeling a deep sense of calm and contentment. For extra comfort, have a blanket and small pillow nearby.
This Yoga Nidra practice invites you to relax all elements and layers of the body and mind. It is especially beneficial if you experience stress or suffer from anxiety or insomnia. Create space within your body and mind and infuse those spaces with your Sankalpa Shakti (internal intention). This practice will help you transform your deepest wishes into reality. For extra comfort, have a blanket and small pillow or bolster nearby.
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of this Yoga Nidra practice, filmed amongst the former meditation huts of the Beatles Ashram. This practice invites you to relax your body and mind at their deepest levels. Ignite your Sankalpa Shakti (internal intention/internal power) to help you transform your deepest wishes into existence. Use this practice before bed to achieve a deep sense of calm and contentment. For extra comfort, have a blanket and small pillow nearby.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you into a Yoga Nidra class. This form of yoga not only provides deep relaxation and helps sleep patterns but can also improve concentration, digestive issues, release stress and enhance intuition. The Mantra used is Akhanda Akash Rupo Asmi meaning I am infinate space.
Enjoy this unique experience of 45-minutes of Akhanda Yoga followed by 45-minutes of Yoga Nidra, filmed live during the 2016 Akhanda Yoga Festival in Harrington, Quebec, Canada. At the outset, Vishva-ji shares insight and wisdom about our five elements and the importance of routine. Enjoy the balance of an opening and purifying Akhanda practice coupled with the grounding relaxation of Yoga Nidra.