Certified Yoga Nidra Facilitator
The Amrit Integrative Method of Yoga Nidra goes below the surface tensions to release and transform stress at its deepest level. At the deepest level, through the power of intention, you can help maximize your healing potential by interrupting thoughts that may be impacting your health.
Holistic Nursing is the art and science of caring for the whole person. It is based on the belief that dynamic mind-body-spirit interactions are ongoing and impact a person's ability to grow and heal. We aim to promote health and wellness by facilitating our client's growth and healing.
Certified Mind / Body Educator
Yoga Nidra is one of the most effective and least explored techniques for unleashing the power of your unconscious mind. After numerous sessions of Yoga Nidra you can experience measurable changes in key areas of the brain that allow you to remain calm, centered, and steady.
- Whatever our life situation, Yoga Nidra offers truly transformative
benefits. In Yoga Nidra, you leave the waking state,
go through the dreaming state,
and into the deep sleep state,
yet remain fully awake. It combines the power of biofeedback, meditation, hypnosis and energetic healing. Yoga Nidra can easily be adopted in health clinics, community centers, homes, addictions recovery facilities, senior centers, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, corporations and churches.
Yoga Nidra is offered in many wellness programs such as stress management, weight loss, pain management, treatment of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorders, pre- and post-surgical fear management, and
The extensive healing and therapeutic impact of Yoga Nidra has been widely accepted by medical doctors, counselors, nurses, massage therapists and other healing professionals. This Integrative Relaxation Method requires neither years of practice, nor intellectual understanding to access its power. All that is required is a focus of attention and an abiding trust in the process of revelation through direct experience.
- Yoga Nidra is accessible to everyone, regardless of age or fitness level. Unlike conventional yoga classes, there are no asanas (postures), participants lay down in a comfortable position on their backs and are guided through the practice.
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