AN ONLINE WORKSHOP ON 15TH OF MAY 6.30PM TO 8.00PM (West Australian time)

Do you know you can lie still on your back and learn to release tension, pain, and tightness and also overcome your inability to fall asleep? This is what Yoga Nidra is all about. Nidra means sleep. All you need to do is be able to lie on your back for Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra is a methodology to achieve deep relaxation and is accessible to all irrespective of age and flexibility.

 I will share with you the techniques you can use in Yoga Nidra to release physical & mental tension or pain and gain control of our life. In this workshop, you will learn the various approaches to doing Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra techniques can be practiced by beginners with no prior knowledge of Yoga. Deep relaxation with Yoga Nidra after a long day’s work will calm the nerves and reduce the inbuilt tensions and stress.

I will explain each stage of Yoga Nidra practice and show you how you can achieve deep relaxation in just one session of Yoga Nidra.

Yoga Nidra is easy to learn even if you are a complete beginner. Irrespective of your age or level of flexibility, you can learn and practice Yoga Nidra.

While it is normally done lying on your back on the floor, you can do it on your bed or on your recliner or even a wheelchair.  It can be done in the mornings, after your regular Yoga Asanas sessions or on your bed before you fall asleep. Yoga Nidra can form a part of your regular Yoga Practices, especially if you are prone for stress, anxiety, mental trauma, chronic pain or issues such as acid reflux or chronic tightness.

Scientific research has validated several Benefits of Yoga Nidra relaxation.

  • Improves sleep.
  • Reduces or relieves anxiety.
  • Helps deal with stress and improves stress resilience.
  • Helps in healing from trauma.
  • Improves mental focus and ability to concentrate.
  • Help develop brain neuro plasticity and thus helps with ageing issues.


There are several ways in which Yoga Nidra can be done, depending on the time available and your inclination. Once you understand what Yoga Nidra is about, you is can do Yoga Nidra without contemplation or Yoga Nidra with contemplation and practice for 40 minutes or just 20 minutes.

If you are wondering “Where do I start?”, then try this online workshop where I will share with you the essentials of Yoga Nidra drawing from the ancient Yoga texts and help you start your journey towards deep relaxation. This workshop is online, and anyone can join if your time permits, Click here for more details and registration,