After two days of intensive asana practice, we were all enjoying to start fully energized with a practice of Yoga Vinyasa. Namito showed us some techniques for strengthening the core and using the power to for jumping back and jumping through. We all started to feel how to lift the body and become light, becoming able to fly.
We love the wall :D
For the second part of the day, we were preparing something very special. Since only a few of the group has had an experience in Yoga Nidra before, Namito and I were chosen this ancient but little-known yogic technique to practice on the last day of the workshop. Yoga Nidra is a form of meditation and a mind-body therapy, a systematic form of guided relaxation that typically is done for 35 to 40 minutes at a time. Practitioners say that it often brings immediate physical benefits, such as reduced stress and better sleep and that it has the potential to heal psychological wounds. As a meditation practice, it can engender a profound sense of joy and well-being.
Thank you to all of you who came to participate in the workshop and for being a part of this wonderful weekend! Special thanks to Francesca and Kremzi, making yourself on the long way and helping me so much! For Scott, for making these nice pictures.
My gratitude towards Namito, who flew across the globe just to share his wisdom and love with all of us cannot be put in words!
Hari OM tat sat