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meditation and yoga nidra

While some use the terms interchangeably, Meditation and Yoga Nidra are not exactly the same thing. However, they do share the goal of a state of samadhi, bliss.  Both practices seek to train the mind’s attention and awareness to withdraw senses and focus on the internal.

Meditation Bliss

Science affirmed benefits of Meditation and Yoga Nidra include:

  • Reduces Stress, Anxiety and Pain
  • Promotes Emotional Health and Self-Awareness
  • Lengthens Attention Span
  • Reduce Age-Related Memory Loss
  • Generate Kindness
  • Fight Addictions
  • Improves Sleep
  • Decrease Blood Pressure

Sessions with Nicole

Nicole uses her awareness of the client and her intuition to guide the session, choosing various meditation techniques and Yoga Nidra. If appropriate, the Healy device may be used to assist in releasing blockages of the subtle body.  Essential oils, Tibetan Singing Bowls, or Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls may also be used.  After the session, clients report feeling calm, relaxed, reenergized, and maybe as if they just awoke from a nap. It is always advised that you take your time getting up and moving.  You’ll also want to practice some self-love after the session, including proper hydration, food, and rest to allow processing of any emotions that may have come up during the session.   

distance meditation and Yoga Nidra

Distance meditation and Yoga Nidra sessions work basically the same except that the client is not in the same location. Zoom or FaceTime is used to connect the client and Nicole, and in rare cases a telephone connection is acceptable.  All that is needed is a space to relax either laying down, or comfortably seated with no distractions. The temperature of the room should be comfortable, or have blankets available.  Some find the option preferable so that they won’t need to drive after the session.