Yoga Nidra is something that is helpful for sleeping well. It can and has been used for dreaming, lucid dreaming, and dream yoga. This intense one-day course will be focussing on the way that Yoga Nidra can help facilitate sleeping and dreaming well. The core of the day will be a balance of experiencing several Yoga Nidra practices designed to help with these two states of being.
During the day you will learn the following:
* How to do self-hypnosis in Nidra to facilitate both sleeping and dreaming well.
* What the mechanics are of sleep, sleep hygiene, doing things that help sleep, and avoiding things that hinder it.
* The importance of dream recall and ways of doing it.
During the day you will receive:
* At least five nidra practices that will be experienced during the day.
* An overview of dreaming, lucid dreaming, and dream yoga; their differences and the relationship they have with each other.
* You will receive the recordings of the practices to help you to develop your own sleep and dream practices.
During the workshop, there will be space for dialogue and you can ask questions throughout the day.
Session 1: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Session 2: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Session 3: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Times are GMT+1, which is Amsterdam time.
All live sessions are recorded and will be made available after each live session.
Nirlipta's particular interest lies in the therapeutic applications of yoga nidra, where he focusses on insomnia and sleep-related issues, lucid dreaming, dealing with stress, enhancing productivity for individuals and groups, and pain-related issues. Much of this has been informed by his own experience, using yoga nidra to manage a life lived with cardiomyopathy, autism, and insomnia. He offers mentoring and pastoral care to other yoga teachers and to students on all Total Yoga Nidra courses and events.
Before creating Yoga Nidra Network Nilripta worked as a registered clinical hypnotherapist. He trained at the London College of Clinical Hypnotherapy and has specialist training in perinatal hypnotherapy. He is a full member of the British Society for Clinical Hypnotherapy and also an associate member of the British Association of Clinical Psychotherapy. At the heart of his unique hypnotherapy practice was a specialized approach to perinatal hypnotherapy, including work with birth trauma resolution and the release of fears and anxieties around childbirth.
Nirlipta has been practicing yoga since 1988 and teaching since 1990. He has yoga teaching diplomas from three different yoga teacher training organisations: Bihar School of Yoga, British Wheel of Yoga and Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. He has also has undertaken further training in pregnancy yoga, yoga therapy and the health and safety aspects of yoga teaching. He has particular expertise in teaching yoga practices for positive mental health, stress relief and relaxation.
Nirlipta also holds an MA in Indian Religion and Philosophy from the School of Oriental and African Studies.
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