Yoga Nidrã: medicine of rest – with Oli Silverwood – Cope

Although Yoga Nidrā literally means ‘yoga sleep’, paradoxically we find ourselves in an awakened state of consciousness; an expanded, connected state – just actively resting. Often referred to as the meditative heart of yoga, yoga nidrā is an adaptogenic practice, which basically means you get what you need from your time in ‘nidrāland’. So, if you need to sleep well, it can help with that; if you seek clarity and intuitive guidance, it can lead you to that; or maybe it is deep restorative nurture and solace that you need. Or restored vitality? Some people find yoga nidrā helps with creativity and inspiration or finding solutions to problems they’ve been working on. Others, like me, have found it amazing for pain management and freedom from stress. I wonder what it might be that you discover in your state of Yoga Nidrā?

Yoga Nidrā is for every body – suitable for all

1st Sunday of the month

Cost: £12. Concessions available.