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Breathe & Meditate




Yoga Nidra or Yogic Sleep, is an immensely powerful ancient Indian meditative practice. As a form of systematic guided meditation, the senses are withdrawn to allow scanning the body and tap into a state of relaxed consciousness. The mind then begins to settles in a place between wakefulness and sleep through the subtle layers of your physical and energetic bodies providing with a sense of wholeness. 

Yoga Nidra practice helps to reduce the stress and tensions we carry with us in our everyday lives.

Yoga Nidra is very powerful method of resolving suppressed emotions, feelings, memories etc. as it offers a space to explore what you need in the moment.

Many chronic conditions and diseases of modern times can be managed by Yoga Nidra- like hypertension, migraine, ulcers, digestive disorders and asthma.

Incorporating this into your daily schedule is also said to relieve pressure from the coronary system.

The practice helps shift the balance of autonomic nervous toward the parasympathetic nervous system. The parasympathetic nervous system is what governs our relaxation response, commonly referred to as “rest and digest” response.

Yoga Nidra practice starts with setting a Sankalpa (an intention or positive affirmation) that can facilitate life altering changes in one’s thought patterns, relationships and achievements. A Sankalpa helps create new pious impressions in the mind and can move us to a state of clarity, aligned with our true nature, and connected to the wisdom of the divine. 




  • IntroductionI

  • Relaxation

  • Awareness of Breath

  • Sankalpa

  •  Rotation of Consciousness

  • Opposite Sensations

  • Inner Space Visualization

  • Rapid Image Visualization

  • Repeat Sankalpa

  • Closing Rituals

Timing: Sunday, 10th April at 10:00 am (90minutes)


Joining Fee: ​Single Pass  150 aed.


Venue: Yoga House in The Greens.


*Please note that the workshop will go ahead with a minimum of 4 persons.

About the instructor: PURVA KAUSHAL

Purva Kaushal has studied art, science and philosophy of ancient yoga at the prestigious International Sivananda Vedanta Center in India and is really passionate about her roots in traditional teaching.

She is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals. She approaches yoga as a way to serve with a high level of initiative, reliability, empathy and determination.

Purva has expertise in diverse forms of yoga disciplines as a way to serve wider sections of society, from Prenatal & Post Natal Yoga, Yin Yoga, Kids yoga, Restorative yoga to Pranayama {breathing techniques} and Meditation. For her teaching with love and commitment is the utmost and to find meaningful purpose, inner satisfaction in offering communities around a chance to turn inwards for empowerment, solace and nourishment.


Purva’s nurturing and holistic yoga and meditation classes are meant for all levels from new to yoga or those practicing for a while with focus on foundation and fundamentals of yoga through body and mind awareness and conscious breathing techniques leading to exploration of principles of yoga.

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