This practice requires little on the participant’s part to achieve success... lying down comfortably, ideally with headphones, somewhere quiet and uninterrupted.
Event host Peter Coroneos is uniting his passions for cyber and deep yoga nidra (a deep guided somatic exercise that delivers phenomenal results) in a special offering. He promises to share a stress reduction protocol that will let you release and recharge.
So, who is the session for, what are the details, and what are the benefits? Please read on...
Participants will be introduced to and guided through a form of meditative yoga done lying down. No exercises or difficult poses involved. Just rest.
Peter explains that the word 'yoga' is used here in the traditional sense — a reconnection with a deep, inner part of yourself that is the true source of your happiness, contentment and peace, and that this guided session will enable you to release deep stress and reset your system in support of a calmer, more detached state.
He adds: "You will experience a state of profound rest. Some say it is deeper and more restorative than sleep. You may encounter the unique state of 'body asleep/mind awake' which is the hallmark of yoga nidra."
Yoga Nidra means 'deep yogic sleep'. It is the sleep of yogis — those who have mastered their minds and dwell in a continuous state of conscious, peaceful presence, permeated with joy. This practice will set you on that path.
Six free passes are available for this Sunday’s one hour live Zoom ‘immersion’ - use voucher code ‘0Stress’ for the first six to enrol.
One participant will receive a complimentary 20 minute one-on-one mindfulness coaching session with Peter at a time of their choosing.
Time: Sunday 24th, 11am-12pm AEDT on Zoom.
More information on these and future ‘meditation for professionals” programs can also be found at Serenityworks.
What to bring to the session:
Ideally but not essential, a set of wireless headphones or earbuds (so you can hear in stereo) and a place to rest, ideally lying down — or sitting in a comfortable chair. If you can join this Zoom session from a mobile device, that's ideal. Have a blanket to cover yourself with, a low cushion for under your head and a small cloth or eyemask to cover your eyes.