When learning new stress techniques, many people struggle to understand how to achieve their goals. And this can be especially challenging for those who want to help others reduce anxiety and better their lives. Thankfully Peggy Sealfon-Stonewater Studio is here to assist. Co-hosting a professional certification this fall with the Amrit Yoga Institute at the J.W. Marriott on Marco island, Florida Peggy Sealfon will help you understand the unique ancient wisdom teachings of Yoga Nidra and how it can change your life and impact others. Here, she explains this concept to get you started.
What Is the Yoga Nidra Stress Technique?
Yoga Nidra is a type of meditative sleep or relaxation technique. It brings you into deep levels of rest and helps restore and release the dormant healing powers in the body. With regular use, people can apply this technique to effectively treat anxiety, stress, physical problems, and even diseases. Because it is so accessible, this practice is something that anyone can do; even children and elderly individuals benefit from Yoga Nidra. Further, it helps participants explore their innermost thoughts and emotions, which reduces stress and allows them to learn about themselves along the way.
How Can You Learn About It?
If you’re interested in experiencing Yoga Nidra more directly or in getting certified, attend the Yoga Nidra immersion and professional certification. The first “immersion” portion will take place from October 25 to 28, while the certification is from November 29 to December 2. The immersion is designed to help you better understand Yoga Nidra; this way, participants not only reduce their own stress but learn how to assist others in need.
If you’re interested in learning more about this and other stress techniques, reach out to Peggy Sealfon-Stonewater Studio. Certified and trained in a variety of modalities, including modern psychology, nutrition, and neuroscience, Peggy has the skill to heighten your well-being. To learn more about the Yoga Nidra immersion, visit the website. You can also call (239) 821-2266 today for more information on enhancing your personal development.