Relaxation

Learn To Deeply Relax & Heal

Yoga Nidra is an ancient sleep-based meditation technique that has the power to take you to the innermost, deepest levels of relaxation where your whole body and being is permeated by peace of mind and profound stillness.

What are the benefits?

Yoga Nidra is very effective for addressing common

stress-related health issues, and self-destructive behavior patterns.

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Relieve stress & burnout

We spend most of our day in a 'fight/flight' state, with our foot on the gas!  We often don't even know we're stressed until we are overwhelmed and have a number of symptoms. Yoga Nidra reverses this aroused state and reverses stress related illnesses at their root.

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Improve Sleep

Stress we experience in our waking day reduces alpha brainwave activity which makes it difficult to fall asleep. Yoga Nidra increases alpha brainwave activity which creates deep and restful sleep.

Studies show that those who practice meditation and Yoga Nidra experience more sleep cycles at night indicating more restorative sleep.

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Release Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety and Depression can feel like you perpetually trapped in a limited way of being. I know this only too well as I had chronic anxiety.

Yoga Nidra promotes the release of serotonin, which lifts mood.

The release of GABA, like a natural form of valium, calms the nervous system and quiets a distressed mind.

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Recover from PTSD & Trauma

Following a trauma, the nervous system receives a sustained shock and is super-sensitive to triggers. Yoga Nidra helps to bring the nervous system back into balance, allowing deep healing to occur.

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Reduce Inflammation

Long-term stress increases the inflammatory response in the body, which can create many issues such as pain, rheumatoid arthritis, alzheimers, allergies, inflammatory bowel diseases.
Yoga Nidra as meditation has shown that it reduces the activity of genes associated with inflammation.

Yoga Nidra also helps balance blood sugar and has been shown to be very helpful in the treatment of Type II Diabetes.

The Art of Transformational Sleep

Every night when we sleep, we must do one thing; let go of our thoughts. In Yoga Nidra we consciously move into the space between waking and sleeping. This 'space' helps us to rest more as we enter into a place of being that is beyond the mind; where we no longer identify with the activity of the mind.. The ancient yogis knew this unlocks the powers of the subconscious, together with the consciousness, where transformation can be accessed effortlessly in a place of non-doing. It is said by yogis that 45 minutes of Yoga Nidra is as restorative as three hours of sleep.

Break Habits That Are Holding  You Back
As your body relaxes, you become open to meeting emotional and mental patterns that are preventing you from moving forward. Yoga Nidra combines the profound benefits of meditation with the benefits of sleep.  A consistent practice often leads to transformation in their lives especially sleep, energy, and emotions.

Yoga Nidra Transformed My Life
I can honestly say that Yoga Nidra (along with yoga and homeopathy) helped to transform my life! My mission is to bring you this incredible healing art to help heal your life. I have trained with John Vosler in I AM Yoga Nidra.

Private Yoga Nidra Sessions
Each private session is tailored to your needs either in person or remotely. Each session is an hour long and where first part is a discovery chat on what is bringing you to the practice and creating your own powerful intention.

I also offer Yoga Nidra for groups and corporate clients for stress relief.


 

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My Clinic

I see a wide range of clients in my clinic. I specialise in stress and anxiety and women's health.

My clinics are based in Stonehouse and Stroud, Gloucestershire.

Working from Home

Work with me online

Due to the current situation, I work mostly remotely via Zoom.

All you will need:

  • A computer with a webcam or phone

  • A place where you can get some quiet